United States

Visit the natural beauty of the National Parks and Cities.

The East Coast

Chart the birth of a Nation in Boston as you visit the celebrated Freedom trail. There is a vast amount of National treasures from Florida up to Maine.  Explore the sultry delights of Miami’s Art Deco district and visit the museums in New York.

The West Coast

Visit Los Angeles and gaze at the infamous Hollywood sign high up in the Hollywood Hills. Visit San Francisco for the shimmering Golden Gate Bridge and a poignant tour around the island of Alcatraz.  View the golden coastline of fine sandy beaches and fabulous sunshine.

Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard

Visit quiet villages, the National seashore, heritage museums, gardens, the iconic 19th Century Nauset lighthouse, sandy Beaches and vineyards.

Las Vegas

An Oasis in the middle of the Desert, it has Grand hotels and plenty of shops. Visit the amazing Hoover Dam, a massive hydroelectric power station.  Enjoy Ariel views over the Hoover dam and fly around Red Rock Canyon and land on the river edge for lunch. Badwater basin with its salt flat is the lowest point in North America.

Los Angeles

Visit the Beverley Hills mansions and learn about famous movies stars. Look at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in front of the three Grauman’s Chinese Theatre with its Celebrity handprints, footprints and autographs. Board the historic ship Queen Mary on Long beach.

Palm Springs

Surrounded by the Coachella Valley this desert resort City has hot springs, golf courses and spas.


The old Sacramento district is a reminder of the Gold rush era with wooden sidewalks and wagon rides. There is the California State Railroad museum detailing the history of the transcontinental railway.

San Diego

Visit the Gaslamp Quarter and Old Town San Diego of this Spanish influenced city, where in 1769 Father Junipero Serra established the first of twenty one missions that became the foundations of California. At Navy pier there is the maritime museum, home to the USS Midway, the Star of India iron hull sailing ship and the Soviet submarine B-39.

San Francisco

Alternatively known as the City by the Bay, discover and walk under the Golden Gate Bridge. View Alcatraz Island, visit Fishermans Wharf and the Palace of fine arts.

Santa Barbara

Enjoy olive tasting on a local vineyard and a visit to historic sites. The old mission town is famous for its Spanish look, tour round the Reagan Ranch Centre.


The skyline is dominated by the iconic Space Needle.


In the mountains of South California you will see the Tehachapi loop, a long spiral section of railway track through the Tehachapi pass. The loop gains elevation by keeping the gradient to around 2% through the pass. The single track line runs from San Francisco to Los Angeles and is still in use today, 122 years after completion.


Visit the major cities of Austin, Dallas and Houston and the laid back smaller towns and country lifestyle. The natural landscapes range from flourished with wild flowers to baron and dusty, the beaches are simply sublime. As the home of country music it is the ideal destination for country music fans. Sports fans will love American football and Ice hockey, rodeos and the United States F1 Grand Prix.