Everything is big in America — especially the welcome you'll get on arrival. The warmth and kindness extended to foreign visitors can be overwhelming but the beauty of a USA holiday is not just in the hospitality but in the sheer variety of options that exist for the curious traveller. No wonder only ten percent of Americans have a passport. Why bother to travel abroad when there is so much to see at home?
What to expect on your USA holiday
The cities are a great source of cultural interest with excellent museums and art galleries. Move beyond the cities and you find a vast country of mountains, deserts, canyons and grasslands sweeping towards a striking coastline. There are 59 national parks which offer the opportunity to fish, ride horses, go river rafting, track grizzly bears, drive motorbikes, play cowboys or lie on a beach.
Travelling around the USA is easy. The plethora of internal airlines make moving from place to place stress-free. There are hotels of every conceivable standard and style, delicious food and the English accent never fails to win friends.
The USA is frequently ignored as a holiday destination but it never fails to deliver enormous fun.
Some ideas for a holiday in the United States
- Hire an Airstream trailer and explore in style
- Take the family to a dude ranch - our chairman still maintains it is his children’s best holiday
- Drive Route 66
- Track grizzly bears in Alaska
- Track wolves and explore the spectacular geothermal's in Yellowstone National Park
- Play cowboy at a guest ranch and ride the magnificent scenery of Montana
- Hike the Grand Canyon and discover the striking rock formations of the south-west national parks in Utah and Arizona
- Raft the Colorado River renowned for its deep canyons and white-water rapids
- Drive the stunning coastal route from San Francisco to Los Angeles and enjoy the exquisite beaches of California
- Spend Mardi Gras in New Orleans
Our USA expertise
The only problem with taking a holiday in the USA is the vast range of choice, which is why using a tour operator such as ourselves makes sense. We have driven across America, taken families to ranches, hiked on glaciers in Alaska, wandered the streets of New York, rafted the Grand Canyon and gambled in Las Vegas. To get it right, you need our advice.
Did you know
- Alaska was purchased from Russia by the USA in 1867 for just $7.2 million - that's about two dollars per acre so lots for you to explore
- The USA has no official language
- GPS is in fact owned and controlled by the U.S. government and can be 'switched off' at any time
- The state of Kentucky has the longest cave system in the world.
Call our travel experts to start planning your USA holiday.