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Escorted Tours of USA

Known as the land of opportunity, you will definitely have a chance to see a lot of different climates from the snow-capped Rocky Mountains and rugged coastline of Cape Cod to arid deserts of Nevada. America is a country of awe-inspiring natural beauty.

The sheer size of the USA, means there are vast cultural differences to explore from the bright lights of the cities to the slower-paced countryside still holding true to the wild west. With so much to see, do and experience it’s no wonder that the vast majority of Americans don’t hold a passport and holiday in the USA.

So whether it’s the east coast, west coast or the deep south we recommend joining a USA escorted tour for the best way to see this amazing country.

Best Places to Stay

Las Vegas
Las Vegas

Las Vegas aka Sin City, if you ever wondered where Americans go to party it is here. Also dubbed the entertainment capital of the world, Vegas truly has it all casinos, shopping and a whole host of must see entertainment from all the world’s most famous artists.

Away from the bright lights of Vegas are some of the United States' most spectacular landscapes and environments, including the natural wonder of the Grand Canyon.

Knowing where to stay in Vegas can be mind boggling, the world famous Strip remains the best place to stay with numerous hotels to choose from.

For the best themed hotel look at New York-New York with its skyline featuring twelve separate skyscrapers and Statue of Liberty. The 350-ft black glass of the Luxor pyramid and Sphinx are not only very impressive but it also offers some of the best views of Vegas. Or if you are looking for some Italian extravagance then look at The Venetain, Caesars Palace and of course the iconic Bellagio.


For country music fans and aspiring songwriters a trip to Nashville, Tennessee is a pilgrimage. Nashville has been attracting musicians since the 1920’s and the music scene is as vibrant as ever with countless honky-tonks in lower Broadway drawing in the crowds. Recently acclaimed chefs are setting up shop in Nashville and are looking to take the cuisine beyond meat and three veg, but don’t worry the local’s favourite biscuits and hot chicken are doing just fine.

Downtown Nashville is a great place for you to set up base, as it’s an easy walk into the Music City and the honky-tonks belting out western music. Downtown has become Nashville’s economic and tourism hub which is lined with upmarket hotels and some of the best restaurants the city has to offer. It also offers some of the views of the Cumberland River.

New Orleans
New Orleans

The “Big Easy,” New Orleans is renowned for its music, food and carnival atmosphere. The highlight of the year for New Orleans which embodies its festive spirit is Mardi Gras, held on Shrove Tuesday. It is a celebration before lent where the streets are filled with parades, and masked balls are held. If you have an appetite for spicy food, then you’ll love their Creole cuisine which is a blend of West African, French, Spanish, Amerindian, Haitian food.

New Orleans French Quarter is the most renowned neighbourhood where most of the action takes part. It is where you can find the famous Bourbon Street jazz clubs, Jackson Square street dancers and lots of Creole eateries. However it does get very busy, so if you are looking for somewhere quieter try the bohemian Bywater neighbourhood where local boutiques, street murals and St. Roch Market, a renowned Victorian food hall, add flair to locals' already cool vibe

Things to do

Grand Canyon

No matter how much you read about the Grand Canyon or how many photographs you've seen, nothing really prepares you for the sight of it.

One of the world's seven natural wonders, it's so startlingly familiar and iconic you can't take your eyes off it. The canyon's immensity, the sheer intensity of light and shadow at sunrise or sunset, even its very age, scream for superlatives.

Grand Canyon

Elvis Presley’s Memphis

Walk in the footsteps of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll at Elvis Presley’s home Graceland in Memphis.

Graceland was opened to the public in 1982 and since then has doubled in size and pays a true homage to Elvis’ legacy. You can feel Elvis’ spirit in each room, from the cozy Living Room to the colorful Jungle Room. Pictures don’t do it justice. You have to be here to feel it – to believe it – to experience it – for yourself.


Mount Rushmore National Park

Located in the Black Hills region of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore National Park is very patriotic site for Americans and is seen as a right of passage.

Completed in 1941, Mount Rushmore features the 60-foot high faces of four United States presidents intricately carved into granite mountainside.

Mount Rushmore

Hollywood Boulevard

Hollywood Boulevard is a Los Angeles cultural icon, with museums, landmarks and other Hollywood attractions that celebrate L.A.’s rich film and entertainment heritage.

There are so many things to do in Hollywood, California! You can see the footprints of the stars at the TCL Chinese Theatre, gaze down at the stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, do some serious shopping at Hollywood & Highland, or visit the famous Hollywood Wax Museum.

Hollywood Boulevard

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • If you are planning to visit the Niagara Falls here are a few tips to help you get the most out your time there:

    • See the falls from both sides, this will mean that you will have to cross the American/Canadian border so bring your passport.
    • Go on a boat ride. The Maid of the Mist is iconic, but you could also do the Hornblower Niagara Cruise. It doesn’t matter which, but you need to go on a Niagara Falls boat tour.
    • Go behind the falls on either the Cave of Winds or Journey Behind the Falls. The Journey Behind the Falls allows you to get close to the Horseshoe Falls, which are the largest. The Cave of the Winds allows you to touch the Bridal Veil Falls on the Hurricane Deck. On the Hurricane Deck, you experience tropical storm force conditions.
    • Prepare to get wet, most of the attractions will supply you with a poncho but don’t let that fool you as you are still going to get wet. We recommend that you take spare clothes to get changed into.
    • If you want to avoid the crowds, then consider visiting in the winter months when visitor numbers reduce, and the falls turn into a winter wonderland.
  • These are mostly common sense tips, but they will help you enjoy your time more in Washington D.C.

    • Don’t stand on the left. Nothing annoys the locals more than having to navigate their way through meandering tourists. So when on sidewalks and the escalators remember; stand right, walk left.
    • Don’t be afraid to take the Metro. It is a great way to get around the city and is pretty easy to understand the routes. However, just be careful to pay attention to the last train times and avoid rush hour times when it is extremely busy.
    • Don’t miss the DC monuments at night. Seeing the DC monuments lit up at night is a highlight of any trip to DC. Even though you’ll be tired after a long day of touring DC, make sure you get to see the monuments lit up at least once during your visit.
    • Don’t forget about the 2nd set of doors at the national museum. Most visitors will look to enter the museum from the National Mall, but there is a lesser-known entrance to the rear which has shorter lines.
    • Don’t forget to make dinner reservations. It pays to do a bit research on where you want to eat in DC, as there are lots of great options but they tend to get booked up quickly.