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A tour of the United States can mean many things. Each region has its own culture and history. From Paul Revere’s ride through the New England countryside to San Francisco’s Golden Gate the promise of America rings true. Few other places offer so much. You may find yourself listening to jazz in New Orleans or meeting the cowboys of Jackson Hole. It could be the wilds of Yosemite or the back roads of Boston; either way few countries can offer so much.
The truth is we would run out of space (and adjectives) if we tried to fit in all the things that make Canada such a remarkable country. From the shores of the Canadian Maritimes to the European style of Quebec City and Montreal to epic Banff National Park and on to the forests of Vancouver, there is always more Canada to explore. Come along and explore the vibrant culinary scene, breathtaking landscapes and more.
Breathtaking panoramas and layers of vibrant color tell the story of earth’s geological past. You will come to know why it draws nearly 5 million visitors each year who come to see this natural wonder of the world. The canyon’s massive span and dramatic hues dazzle the senses and inspire the spirit. This western wonder is so vast, it rises nearly a mile from the floor with the barely recognizable Colorado River flowing below.
New York City:
From Little Italy to Greenwich Village, New York City is a destination even the most seasoned traveler can enjoy. It’s home to beautiful Central Park and glittering Times Square and famous for its renowned Broadway shows. The island of Manhattan is flanked by the Hudson River where you find the iconic Statue of Liberty and historic Ellis Island. The poignant 9/11 Museum sits quietly but prominently in Lower Manhattan. “Start spreading the news!” This is “the Big Apple.”
The highlight of the spectacular Canadian Rockies is a drive along the incredible Icefields Parkway. Paralleling the Great Divide, this special roadway is home to some of the most dramatic vistas in all of North America. Snowcapped mountains engulf the landscape, casting shadows on the adjacent glacial streams. Take time to stop at the Columbia Icefield – a dramatic 200 square mile stretch of land filled with glaciers. Here you may ride across a 1,000 foot thick glacier or walk on the Glacier Skywalk.
New Orleans French Quarter
Nestled along the legendary Mississippi River, this historic cultural hub of the city has an old-world feel that attracts writers, musicians and artists. Its streets are lined with art galleries, antique stores, jazz clubs, nightclubs and restaurants. Its eclectic architectural style is a blend of Spanish, French, Creole and American influences. Cobblestone streets are lined with brick buildings that feature charming walled courtyards, ornate cast iron balconies, and copious stoops and porches, all creating the perfect atmosphere for people watching.
Denali National Park:
This vast land has a fascinating ecosystem and is more than a park — it is a wildlife reserve. And perhaps its biggest claim to fame is being the home to North America’s highest peak, Denali, ascending more than 20,000 feet. This massive park is now more than 6 million acres, an area that can be compared to the size of Massachusetts. The park is home to nearly forty different varieties of mammals, but the most popular residents are moose, caribou, and wolves, and of course brown and grizzly bears. Denali is Alaska’s heartland and brings you up close to its majestic beauty and natural wonders.
Lush forests, soaring cliffs and limitless scenic vistas fill your journey through one of the world’s most spectacular coastal regions. You will find wonders like nowhere else including the dramatic tides of the Bay of Fundy and the stunning beauty of Cape Breton Highlands National Park. From the spirit of the outdoors to the old world Gaelic and French influences, you will be enthralled from start to finish.
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The United States of America is truly the land of the beautiful from sea to shining sea. With easy access to thousands of miles of beautiful coastline and beaches, mountain ranges on both sides, even residents of its 50 states can’t take it all in in a lifetime. It is the most culturally diverse place on earth and birthplace of modern jazz, rock and blues. So whether you are young or old, a sports enthusiast, foodie, musician, historian or nature lover, the United States of America is right here waiting for you.
There’s always more to see in Canada. Beyond the stunning landscapes and luxury resorts of the Canadian Rockies, Canada offers the wide open urban spaces of Vancouver and the international vibe of Montreal and Quebec City. Travel the spectacular lighthouse route in Nova Scotia. Embark on a timeless rail journey past coastal forests, roaring rivers, and the snowcapped peaks. Walk the pristine beaches of Prince Edward Island. See the Hopewell Rocks of New Brunswick. Hidden cultural and natural wonders abound. Your own experience will take you many different places as you discover your own corner of this incredible country.
From talking with artists and performers to learning about family traditions and exploring the city of Havana, as you explore, perspectives change. Come to know the dynamic Cuban people as few Americans have. This is an incredible opportunity to share your own way of life with the people you meet. That is what travel is all about. Experience this unique destination just 90 miles off the U.S. coast - but a world away.