United States Tours
Big and flashy, subtle and sophisticated, or trashy and disarmingly familiar, America has it all ... and that's just the geography. Few places on earth can claim the variety, scope and scale of the United States, and its melting pot of influences from around the world has made for a culture rife with - and proud of - its contradictions. As soon as you try to pigeonhole it, you are blindsided with the sublime, the ridiculous, or both simultaneously. The export of American pop culture has made its icons and landmarks familiar the world over, but behind the sights lays the real America, and there's no other place like it.
From hip hop to country fiddles, Yankee accents to a western drawl, businessmen in power suits and ranchers in cowboy hats—the US is one heck of a country. And if you’ve got the time, this—our ultimate American tour—is the best way to explore the iconic cities and the legendary national parks, national monuments and wide-open spaces. Centrally located hotels in the cities and campsites in the wilderness keep you in the heart of the action no matter where you are.
Highlights: Watch bats take flight from the Carlsbad Caverns, break a sweat in Death Valley and cool off on the Maid of the Mist, search for aliens in Roswell, dance like a cowboy in Jackson, meet the Navajo in Monument Valley, hike in national parks.
It is possible to capture the complex, diverse flavour of a country and its 300-million-strong people in a single trip? Short answer: Yup. This epic sojourn across America from sea to shining sea (and back again) is, quite possibly, the most ambitious road trip you’ll ever take. Wide-open spaces, iconic monuments, sprawling national parks, quirky local slang, regional delicacies and the incredible cities you’ve always wanted to visit. It’s all here. Welcome to the US of A, where the ‘A’ stands for ‘Amazing’.
Highlights: Looking for wildlife in Yellowstone and Yosemite and aliens in Roswell, learning about Navajo culture in the Southwest and the history of rock & roll in Memphis, following the trail of independence from Philadelphia to Washington DC, getting a taste of cowboy culture in Jackson.