The United States offers a wealth of travel opportunities. There are the big cities of New York and Boston, the gateway to New England. There are also Florida beaches and the Theme Park inspired Orlando, the West Coast with its magnificent scenery and fun cities, and everything in between.
Mere words cannot describe the greenery, magnificence, overall beauty and the sounds of Alaska. It has to be experienced. See whales and seals, brown bears and bald eagles, walk on glaciers and hike around snowcapped mountain ranges. Visit the National Parks, cruise through Glacier Bay, take a domed car rail ride and learn why they call Alaska the “Land of the Midnight Sun.”
We will be happy to help you choose the best way to see Alaska. There are cruises, escorted tours and self-driving tours. Call us today at 336-854-9292 to take a step back in time and learn the history of our 49th state.
San Francisco is perennially included on frequent travelers’ lists of favorite places to visit. It only takes one visit to see why. See the Golden Gate Bridge, or better yet, walk across it. Take the tour to Alcatraz and decide for yourself if anyone ever really escaped. Walk through the ethnic neighborhoods and along the Embarcadero, take a cable car ride and then watch the cars zigzag down Lombard Street. Great dining choices abound, and after dinner there is always the evening stroll along Fisherman's Wharf. The seals at Pier 39 are quite entertaining.
San Francisco makes a great starting point for onward travel to the wine country or visits to Monterey and Carmel. Let us help you plan a memorable California vacation today.
Discover the unique landscapes of Arizona and Utah as you travel through three National Parks—The Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park.
Start your adventure in Phoenix and head north to the Grand Canyon, stopping in Sedona (seeing the massive red rock formations that make the area infamous) along the way. The Grand Canyon is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and it is breathtakingly beautiful. Your camera cannot fully capture the “grandness” of what you will see. On to Lake Powell, where the sparkling blue of the water contrasts with the towering red rock canyon walls. Drive through Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park and see the sandstone spires and towers that rise hundreds of feet above the valley floor. Continue on to Bryce Canyon and view the magnificent contrasts of bright red, yellow, and pink pillars called “hoodoos.” Next, see nearby Zion National Park, a spectacle of massive stone formations whose colors change with the light of the day and season. Travel on to Las Vegas for your flight back home. If you are in a charitable mood, you may want to spend a few extra nights and make a contribution to your favorite casino.
New England has been a great travel destination for years, and is well known for its incredible fall colors and the promise of fresh maple syrup. It can also make for a great summer getaway.
Begin your trip in Boston, spending time getting to know the historical sites along the Freedom trail, before heading north to Maine. Stop in the charming seaside villages of Ogunquit and Kennebunkport as you travel to Portland. Journey through Maine's lake region to New Hampshire, stopping in North Conway, New England's outdoor adventure capital in the heart of the White Mountains. You can hike or take a thrilling gondola ride to the 4397 foot summit. On to Vermont to experience the natural beauty of a very rural state. Do not pass up the photo opportunities at one of the state’s many covered bridges. Head back to Boston or New York City with memories of a very beautiful trip in an area rich in American history.