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If you are planning to travel to the United States, here are some ideas to ignite your imagination and whet your appetite for an unforgettable holiday. We specialise and delight in constructing unique holiday itineraries that inspire and that are as individual as each of our clients.  Let our ideas kick start your imagination – tell us what matters to you and we can provide you with an itinerary that is perfectly crafted to meet your needs and aspirations.

Vibrant Cities 

New York, The Big Apple, a must see for everyone. Las Vegas - Whether you’re a high-stakes gambler, or just looking to take in a show, Las Vegas is a fabulous city. San Francisco, the Golden Gateway. New Orleans - From Bourbon Street to a Mississippi River Cruise. Los Angeles - Beverly Hills, the Hollywood Bowl and the Walk-of-Fame are just a few of the attractions of California’s most famous city. Washington – The capital of the United States and  home to the White House. Denver - Denver has lots to do, from skiing to the Botanic Gardens, to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre and the Coors Brewery Tour.

©   Tom Callister

© Tom Callister

Yellowstone National Park

Few symbols of wilderness are as powerful as the wolf -- and did you know there's no better place to see them in the wild than Yellowstone National Park?
Photograph the awe-inspiring scenery and wildlife of Grand Teton and Yellowstone. When President Theodore Roosevelt visited Yellowstone National Park in 1903, he proclaimed it “absolutely unique in the world.” Visit it for yourself to take in the breathtaking beauty. From wildlife to waterfalls, smelling sage and looking up at the stars, Yellowstone Country still works strong magic.

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New England in the Fall

From mid September to mid October this region turns into an Autumnal magic kingdom. Billions of leaves change from green to a kaleidoscope of colours. The air is crisp and cool, perfect for hiking, biking or a classic fly-drive break along back roads, where farm stands are piled high with crunchy apples and orange pumpkins. Come and explore the White Mountains of New Hampshire, the covered bridges of Vermont, drive along the Mohawk Trail in Western Massachusetts — America’s first officially-designated scenic road. Come to classy Rhode Island, visit Cape Cod, there really is so much to see.


Standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon’s 5,000-foot precipice, searching the depths below for a glimpse of the Colorado River’s silver ribbon, you’ll soon realize that no work of art can compare. Remarkably diverse but no less moving are the marvels of neighboring Bryce and Zion. Most visitors to the Grand Canyon concentrate on the South Rim, which is far more touristed and heavily paved than its counterpart. More remote and less accessible, the North Rim evokes an experience of the Grand Canyon as it was decades ago, when the predominant sound was wind in the pines, and you could wander trails on the rim in relative solitude.

California and Highway 1

One of the drive`s of a lifetime! An exhilarating driving experience, this twisting, cliff-hugging, 123-mile (198-kilometer) route along the central California coast takes about five hours to complete at a leisurely pace. The route starts in historic Monterey, visits the art colony of Carmel, and threads through Big Sur, where mountains plunge into the Pacific. Farther south, the landscape mellows to oak-studded hills as the road passes Hearst Castle on its way to Morro Bay. And California`s diverse and eclectic destinations vary from San Diego in the south to the beauty of the Napa valley, north of San Francisco.


For more ideas and travel inspirations for the USA, contact us. We love to inspire!