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North America

Where to start? There are so many iconic places to visit in North America and numerous ways to travel in order to combine those must see sights.

A self-drive or motorcycle self-guided road trip is possibly the best way to travel in North America. Prefer someone else to do the driving? There are escorted touring holidays to suit all ages. Pick up the phone and I will find one for you.

Here is just a taster of where you can go in two weeks.

New York and Washington DC

New York and Washington DC are two of the world’s most famous cities. Both sit on the east coast so book a twin centre stay visiting the iconic monuments and world-class museums. 

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Las Vegas and The Grand Canyon

Las Vegas sits in the middle of the Nevada desert and is perfectly placed to visit some of North America’s most famous national parks. The Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park and Monument Valley are all easily accessible and will give you a taster of the deserts of the Wild West combined with the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas.

Route 66

has been immortalised in music, literature and on screen. Journey through history following a route that represented freedom and adventure. The original Mother Road ran from Chicago to Los Angeles, but the final section from Flagstaff to Los Angeles will give you a taster of a road that epitomized the American Dream.

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LA TO SAN FRANCISCO

Follow the sweeping curves of Highway 1 as it hugs the rugged Pacific Coast for around 400 miles. With a big blue Californian sky and a turquoise ocean as far as the eye can see this is the ultimate North American coastal road trip.

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FLORIDA

The theme parks and beaches of Florida are a firm favourite with UK visitors. Combine a week visiting Orlando’s Walt Disney and Universal Resorts with an exploration of The Everglades National Park, the largest subtropical wilderness in the USA, followed by time out relaxing on Florida's sun-drenched beaches.

A MusicAL Trail of the south: NEW ORLEANS TO NASHVILLE

Music lovers will be in their element in the Deep South on a journey through America's cultural and musical heritage. Starting in the late night jazz clubs of New Orleans follow the story of the Delta Bluesmen along the Mississippi Delta. In Memphis visit Sun Records and Graceland, and then head to Nashville the home of country music and known to all as ‘Music City’.

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NEW ENGLAND

New England in the fall has to be one of the world’s finest natural displays. Enjoy the extravaganza of colour lining the roads of the White Mountains and the Green Mountains of New Hampshire and Vermont. Absorb the splendour of Niagara Falls and the dramatic coastline around Cape Cod, and explore the historic city of Boston. HAYS Website 01-Niagara-Falls

ALASKA and Canada

Head north to Alaska and Canada for wilderness, wildlife and wide-open spaces. Huge mountain ranges and snow-capped peaks are often visible from the road. Travel through the Canadian Rockies, or to the famous Yukon and Klondike rivers, scene of the last great gold rush. Tour wild and remote Nova Scotia, taking a whale watching cruise from the Bay of Fundy.

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I can tailor and book a North American adventure to suit your timescale and budget.

Make an enquiry and I will contact you to discuss the details.

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