Tour Alcatraz and cycle across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
Go whale watching in Monterey, looking out for orcas and humpback whales.
Drive along the Pacific Coast Highway with its dramatic views of the rugged coastline and the ocean.
Enjoy the sparkle of Hollywood and Beverly Hills in Los Angeles.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in the US, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Visit four national parks, including the more remote North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Marvel at the distinct rock formations in Monument Valley and the ancient Pueblo dwellings of Mesa Verde National Park.
View giant cacti in Saguaro National Park.
Hike the scenic trails in Zion National Park.
Experience the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas.
Discover the revolutionary history of Boston on a guided tour of the Freedom Trail.
Explore the rugged coastline of Maine, dotted with lighthouses and quaint seaside towns.
Wander through the picturesque villages and rolling hills of Vermont.
Take in panoramic views from atop Mount Washington in New Hampshire's magnificent White Mountains.
Go whale watching off the waters of Cape Cod.
Explore the glamour of Hollywood and chic Beverly Hills in Los Angeles.
Follow walking trails and see incredible geological formations in California and Arizona’s national parks.
Drive the iconic Pacific Coast Highway for dramatic views over the ocean and rugged coastline.
Soak up the electric atmosphere of Las Vegas.
Explore the Alaskan city of Anchorage, trying out ice skating and fat-biking.
Embark on an exhilarating winter activity, choosing between dog-sledding and snowmobiling.
Admire the dramatic Alaskan winter scenery on a rail journey from Anchorage to Fairbanks.
Sleep in a dome in the Alaskan wilderness, keeping watch for the northern lights.
Explore the foothills of the Rocky Mountains outside of Denver.
Visit the authentic mountain town of Breckenridge.
Enjoy a white-water rafting adventure on the Roaring Fork River outside of Aspen.
See wildlife such as moose and elk in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Explore beautiful, cosmopolitan San Francisco.
Go wine tasting in the Sonoma Valley.
Go hiking at Mount Shasta.
Discover the beauty and tranquility of Crater Lake National Park.
See the enormous redwood trees in Redwood National Park.
Discover the lavish lifestyles of the rich and famous in Hollywood and Beverly Hills.
Explore the beaches and pretty towns along the Pacific coastline.
Watch for wildlife and get close to nature in Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks.
See the salt flats of Badwater in the desolate Death Valley National Park.
Enjoy wine tasting in the glorious vineyards of the Napa Valley.
California and Hawaii
Explore Maui's white-sand beaches.
Experience the heat of Kilauea Volcano.
Snorkel with sea turtles, whales and dolphins.
Between January and March you can also take a boat trip on the Pacific Ocean to see majestic humpback whales at sunrise.
Stay at luxurious hotels throughout, each with their own focus on food or wine
Wander the urban wine trails of Carmel and Santa Barbara
Meet local winemakers with an experienced guide on a private tour of Sonoma
Visit the Santa Ynez wine region on a privately guided bike tour
Enjoy wildlife watching in Grand Teton National Park at sunrise with a naturalist guide.
Visit the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar in Jackson.
Experience Yellowstone National Park as a winter wonderland and without the crowds.
Try your hand at cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in Yellowstone National Park.
Take a moon-lit sleigh ride to a remote cabin for dinner and live music at Lone Mountain Ranch.
Embark on exciting winter activities, including dog-sledding, snowmobiling and snowshoeing.
Relax in the outdoor hot tub, admiring the view of the snowy Alaska Range.
Eat superb food created by the lodge's chef owner.
Enjoy yoga and stretching classes, and indulge in a range of spa treatments.
Explore the Alaskan city of Anchorage, trying out ice skating and fat-wheel cycling.
Travel to your wilderness lodge by ski-plane, landing on a frozen lake right in front of the property.
Visit Denali National Park with its abundant wildlife and Mount Denali, the highest mountain in North America.
See grizzly bears on a light aircraft trip to Katmai National Park.
Cruise among the fjords and tidewater glaciers of Kenai Fjords National Park.
Stay in the cosmopolitan city of Salt Lake City, discovering the Great Salt Lake itself and visiting the enormous Mormon temple.
Explore the geothermal wonderland and wildlife of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Explore South Dakota's amazing Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse national monuments.
Visit the magnificent red rock mountains of Zion National Park.
Marvel at the grandeur of Wrangell-St Elias National Park while visiting Kennicott and McCarthy.
View the fjords and tidewater glaciers and wildlife of Kenai Fjords National Park by boat.
Look for whales, porpoises, and sea otters while admiring the glaciers of Prince William Sound.
Spend five nights at a luxury ranch in a pristine valley in Montana.
Try out a variety of activities at the ranch, including horseback riding, fly-fishing for cutthroat trout, and mountain biking.
Unwind by relaxing in a cliff-side resort overlooking Laguna Beach.
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Route 66 vacations
Known as the ‘Mother Road’, Route 66 helped open up America and shape its identity. Whether you choose to drive the whole route or just part of it, your road trip will showcase the country’s culture, history and landscapes.View this travel guide
Where to go in the US
The US is so huge that it can be hard to narrow down your options when you’re planning a trip. We’ve drawn up a guide to helping you decide which regions to visit, depending on your individual interests.View this travel guide
5 of the best family activities in the US
Eating lunch with an astronaut in Houston, snorkeling with Florida’s manatees, or a helicopter flight over the Grand Canyon’s yawning chasm: our US specialists pick five standout family activities you can include in your trip.View this travel guide
Driving vacations in the United States
Pick the right self-drive vacation in the US for you with our travel guide that looks at some the best drives across America. You’ll find ideas for where to stop along your journey to enjoy this vast country’s national parks, cities, wildlife and history.View this travel guide
Fall in the US beyond New England
While New England is known for its showstopping fall foliage, there are plenty of other places in the US that can rival the region’s autumnal beauty. Our specialists share worthy alternatives where you can make the most of the changing leaves.View this travel guide
Self-driving through Arizona & Utah in America’s Southwest
Our specialists will have traveled the routes we offer so you can rest assured that you'll get the most from your self-drive vacation in the US. They'll also plan the best places to stay, things to see and do, and even what car is most suited to your needs. In short, they make sure everything runs smoothly.View this travel guide
Family vacations in the US
Ranch stays, glamping in national parks, Hawaiian feasts and Yellowstone’s steaming geysers: the US is packed with enough experiences to fill several family photo albums. US specialist Shannon shares her pick of things to see and do on your next family trip.View this travel guide
Where to go in the US by season
Whatever the time of year, there’s always somewhere in the US ripe for exploring. To help you decide where to go in spring, summer, autumn or winter, our specialists have chosen their top experiences and places to visit in the US by season.View this travel guide
Self-drive vacations in Florida
Florida is blessed with both an Atlantic and a Gulf of Mexico coast, and there are a number of self-driving routes throughout the state that combine coastal highlights with some of the region’s most recognizable attractions inland. USA specialist, David, drove across the Florida Keys on his recent trip.View this travel guide
Self-driving in the Rockies
Experience mountains, Native American culture and wildlife with our self-drive guide through the Rockies. Written by US specialist Emma, she's plotted a route that will take you through Grand Teton, Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks.View this travel guide