USA & Canada Road Trips
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"The Explorer Kit" is an important component of your Road Trip Package and contains detailed route descriptions for chosen itinerary, with recommendations on where to stop and what to see. Driving directions to all the Hotels, maps and detailed information that drivers need to know, and if you have any questions a Toll Free Help Line.
The Specialized knowledge of our Tour Planners ensure your Road Trip Holiday will be expertly balanced between driving time and opportunities for sightseeing.
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(SUP) Furnace Creek Resort, Death Valley, CA
All our featured hotels have air-conditioned bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and televisions. On most itineraries you have the choice of Standard Hotels (3 Star) or Superior (4 Star), and on some itineraries, from Budget (2 Star) to De-Luxe (5 Star).
Kids Travel Free
On most of our American and Canadian Road Trip vacations, children under 12 stay free with 2 Adults sharing the same bedroom.
Winter Sun Vacations operate from November thru March 2011 and offers the opportunity to enjoy the sun & fun both on and off the beach.
Between California, the Southwest, Florida and the Deep South, you have the choice driving 32 different itineraries.
An eclectic selection of 4-day 3-night holidays which may be enjoyed on their own, combined with a stay in a nearby city, or added to another itinerary.
Stay in Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel. Fly in a hot air balloon. Go Whitewater rafting or have a long weekend on Cape Cod.
Play and Stay at some of America's finest Golf Resorts. In Florida, play the PGA in Palm Beach, or the Blue Monster at Doral. You can even stay at the Ritz Carlton in both Orlando and Naples. In New England, one of the featured golf courses include the Golf Club at Equinox Vermont, named one of the top 75 courses in the U.S. by Golf Digest.
United States Road Trips
Consisting of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, New England is one of the earliest European settlements in the New World. Bordered by Canada to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, New England's long rolling hills, mountainous terrain, and jagged coastline present a myriad of scenic vistas rich in early colonial history for you to explore.
Nicknamed "the Sunshine State", Florida is situated between the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean with both tropical and sub-tropical climates perfect for year round vacations. With over 1,197 miles of coast, Florida is known for its pristine white sand beaches; but it is also home to theme parks, PGA golf courses, and the Florida Everglades.
Experience the nightlife of Miami beach, or visit the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral. Bring the kids to Walt Disney World, or spend the days on one of Florida's 663 miles of beach.
In the 19th century, the discovery of gold brought millions to California which is today the most populous state in the union. The third largest state in the country, California has some of the most diverse geography. You can vacation on a sunny beach and within an hour's drive visit a snow covered mountain, a forest or a desert.
The Southwest is ethnically varied, with significant European American and Hispanic American populations in addition to more regional African American, Asian American, and Native American populations.
The Mid-Atlantic States are a region of the United States generally located between New England and the South. Its exact definition differs upon source, but often includes the states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., and sometimes Virginia and West Virginia.
The Mid-Atlantic region contains many of the original Thirteen Colonies, and as such is rich in early American History. You can visit historic coastal cities, the rolling countryside, or the nation's capitol, Washington D.C.
The Southern United States constitutes a large distinctive region in the southeastern and south-central United States. The region's unique cultural and historic heritage includes Native Americans; early European settlements of English, Scots-Irish, Scottish, French, and German heritage; importation of hundreds of thousands of enslaved Africans; and legacy of the Confederacy after the American Civil War. The South has developed its own customs, literature, music, and cuisines that have profoundly shaped traditional American culture.
The Mountain West consists of four states: Colorado, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. The defining feature of this region are the Rockie Mountains which run north to south and form most of the continental divide. Ranching is a major industry in the eastern Mountain States, and spectacular scenery can be found in the in the region's many state and national parks.
The Midwest, also known as America's "Heartland" consists of twelve states in the central United States. They are Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. The largest city is Chicago, followed by Detroit and Indianapolis.
The northeast border of the Midwest is separated from Canada by the Great Lakes, and much of region is comprised of vast open prairie and farmland. Agriculture is one of the primary industries in the Midwest, though it is also known for automobile production and Chicago is one of the world's major financial centers.
The Pacific Northwest is a diverse geographic region, bound by the Pacific Ocean to the west and dominated by several mountain ranges. The area includes the U.S. states of Washington and Oregon, and the Canadian province of British Columbia.
The largest metropolitan areas are Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; and Vancouver, BC. The region has four U.S. National Parks, several of America's tallest mountains, and outstanding natural features including the Oregon coast, Columbia River Gorge, Mt. St. Helens, and Hell's Canyon.
At 3.79 million square miles and over 308 million people, the United States is the third largest by land area and population. Due to mass immigration, it is one of the world's most ethnically diverse and multicultural nations.
Traveling cross country is the best way to experience the vast American landscape while visiting some of the world's most famous cities and experiencing the diversity of people and regional history that comprise the United States.
An eclectic selection of 4-day 3-night Holidays which may be enjoyed on their own, combined with a stay in a nearby city, or added to another driving itinerary.
They include a stay in Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel in Memphis with a visit to Graceland and a tour of Sun Studio, the birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll. 4 Days in the Napa Valley in the heart of the Wine Country, Flying in a hot air balloon over the Arizona Desert, horseback riding and Whitewater Rafting on the Colorado River, Riding a bike along 17 Mile Drive in Big Sur California. or a Long Weekend on Martha's Vineyard.
Winter Sun Vacations operate from November thru March 2011 and offers the opportunity to enjoy the sun & fun both on and off the beach. What could be better than driving a convertible along the PCH. (Pacific Coast Highway) the top down, and the "Mamas and the Papas" on the radio singing "California Dreamin" or, how about driving across "7 Mile Bridge" on the Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys with the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other.
Between California, the Southwest, Florida and the Deep South you have a choice of driving 32 different Road Trip itineraries.
Canadian Road Trips
Canada is the world's second largest country by area and its common border with the United States is the world's longest. Canada's aboriginal people inhabited the country long before French and British fur traders arrived, and their influence is appearent throughout much of the country's culture. Today, the First Nations people are the fastest growing population in Canada.
Canada possesses both world class metropolitan areas and millions of acres of stunning, untouched natural beauty including the awesome Niagara Falls which it shares with the border of New York state.