Seattle

Seattle is an exciting urban city surrounded by unmatched natural beauty.

Seattle has earned its nickname of the "Emerald City" by drawing visitors to its plentiful parks and evergreen forest surroundings, not to mention the location on the waters of Puget Sound in Washington.

Yellowstone National Park

Visit Yellowstone and experience the world's first national park.

Marvel at a volcano’s hidden power rising up in colorful hot springs, mudpots, and geysers. Explore mountains, forests, and lakes to watch wildlife and witness the drama of the natural world unfold.

On your Yellowstone vacation, see geysers, wild animals, and a grand canyon with giant waterfalls. Go rafting, horseback riding, and hiking.

Yellowstone National Park is home to more wild animals than almost anywhere else in the U.S. It is one of the few places in the lower U.S. where you can see grizzly bears. 

Montana

Montana is untamed, wild and natural. Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks are just the beginning; in between discover spectacular places, people and things to do.

Montana offers some of the greatest natural and cultural treasures on earth. From stunning scenery and dazzling waters to geologic wonders and cultural history, Montana State Parks offer something for everyone! The diverse recreation and education opportunities make this a special place to visit.

Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore National Memorial is a large-scale mountain sculpture by artist Gutzon Borglum. The figures of America's most prominent U.S. presidents - George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt - represent 150 years of American history.

The Memorial is located in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The name “Black Hills” comes from the Lakota words Paha Sapa, which mean “hills that are black”. Native Americans came to the Black Hills to seek visions and to purify themselves. Paha Sapa was considered a sanctuary and was a peaceful meeting ground for tribes at war. Exploration of the Black Hills by fur traders and trappers occurred in the 1840s. In 1874, General Custer led an Army exploration into the area and discovered gold. When word got out of the discovery of gold in the Black Hills, settlers soon followed.

Route 66

Driving America's most iconic highway is the trip of a lifetime. Route 66 is the embodiment of the American Dream

The romance of Route 66 continues to captivate people around the world. Running between Chicago and Los Angeles, “over two thousand miles all the way” in the words of the popular R&B anthem, this legendary old road passes through the heart of the United States on a diagonal trip that takes in some of the country’s most archetypal roadside scenes.

If you’re looking for great displays of neon signs, rusty middle-of-nowhere truck stops, or kitschy Americana, do as the song says and “get your kicks on Route 66.”

Crazyhorse Memorial

Located in the heart of the Black Hills of western South Dakota, Crazy Horse Memorial is the world's largest mountain carving in progress.

When completed, the depiction of the great Lakota warrior will be 641 feet long and 563 feet high. The purpose of the project is to protect and preserve the culture and living heritage of all North American Indians.

Chicago

It’s no surprise that Chicago is one of the most interesting tourist destinations in USA - with miles of beaches, world-class museums, and some of the friendliest city-dwellers out there.

There are plenty of things to do in Chicago, including tours, spectator sports, shopping and other attractions. The nightlife doesn't stop either with plenty of bars and nightclubs, live music and comedy clubs.

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls are one of the world’s most stunning Natural wonders.

The waterfalls are the main attraction and there's a range of ways to see them: from their foot on the legendary Maid of the Mist boat tours; from behind in caves accessible by elevator; from the sky hovering in helicopters; or gazing from observation towers.

But away from the falls, both the New York and Canadian sides offer various activities to keep visitors entertained. The area also hosts several family-friendly attractions, including Old Fort Niagara and the Niagara SkyWheel. If you don't have kids in tow, try your luck at the Niagara Fallsview Casino or sample some of the area's famous ice wine at the Inniskillin Winery.

New York

Welcome to New York City. The cultural and financial capital of the USA, if not the world, NYC is an adrenaline-charged, history-laden place that holds immense romantic appeal for visitors. Its past is visible in the tangled lanes of Wall Street and tenements of the Lower East Side; meanwhile, towering skyscrapers serve as monuments of the modern age.

New York has something for every style, taste and budget, with so many hidden gems around every corner. No matter how many times you’ve been to New York, the city can overwhelm you with its plethora of sights, museums, restaurants, activities, and more.

Washington D.C.

Monuments and memorials, eclectic neighborhoods, true local flavor - Washington, D.C. is a place unlike any other.

With its neoclassical government buildings and broad avenues, Washington, D.C., looks its part as America's capital. Majestic monuments and memorials pay tribute to notable leaders and great achievements, and merit a visit. But D.C. also lives firmly in the present, and not just politically; new restaurants and bars continually emerge, upping the hipness factor in neighborhoods from Capitol Hill to U Street. 

The internationally renowned collections of the Smithsonian - 140 million objects, specimens, and artworks displayed in the world's largest museum complex - make Washington one of the great museum cities. 

 

 

San Francisco

Never the same. Always San Francisco.

A crimson bridge, cable cars, a sparkling bay, and streets lined with elegant Victorian homes - San Francisco is undeniably one of the world’s great cities.

Located along the Northern California at the state’s distinctive bend in the coast, the region has an alluring magic that stretches beyond the bay to diverse cities with nightlife and trend-setting cuisine.

Yosemite National Park

First protected in 1864, Yosemite National Park is best known for its waterfalls, but within its nearly 1,200 square miles, you can find deep valleys, grand meadows, ancient giant sequoias, a vast wilderness area, and much more.

Yosemite is about a four-hour drive from San Francisco and is one of the most beloved places on the planet, with its epic rock formations like Half Dome and El Capitan, plush meadows, rushing waterfalls, and boundless ways to enjoy nature.

Las Vegas

As often as you have seen it on TV or in a movie, nothing can prepare you for your first sight of Las Vegas. The skyline is hyper-reality, a mélange of the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel Tower, and a pyramid. But in the spaces between the visual madness, there's a bit of something for everyone, whether you want a wild party, a relaxing getaway, or something in between.

Las Vegas is designed to keep you entertained, satisfied, satiated, and distracted from the real world outside its glittering borders.

The chances of getting bored in Las Vegas are slim at best. Start on the Strip where you could spend days goggling at the visual overload of the whole thing: Wonder at the appropriated skylines of New York-New York, Paris Las Vegas, and The Venetian; get your camera ready for the delightful dancing waters of the Fountains at Bellagio and the lava-spewing drama of the Mirage Volcano; or pull out your wallet and try your luck in one of the dozens of opulent casinos.

Monument Valley

Monument Valley, an iconic symbol of the American West, is the sacred heart of the Navajo Nation and the ideal setting for your next adventure in the warm, high desert climate of southeastern Utah.

In some ways, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is the definitive West. Ancestral spirits infuse the rugged, disruptive landscapes that feel foreign, yet distinctly familiar thanks to Hollywood's long love affair with this land. Enjoy hiking, jeep tours, horseback riding and stargazing in Monument Valley, some on your own, some escorted and narrated by Navajo guides.

Los Angeles

The city of Los Angeles, in Southern California, has long been known internationally in the film and entertainment industry, particularly for Hollywood, a place that has drawn aspiring actors and actresses from across the country for almost a century. Today, LA is a culturally diverse city, with a growing culinary scene, incredible shopping, outstanding museums, and a reputation for being the creative center of America.

Its museums and burgeoning gallery scene have an experimental edge that is often missing in other cultural capitals. It boasts many of the country’s most exciting chefs and has a lively fashion and design community that creates innovative architecture, clothing and graphics.

Grand Canyon National Park

Vast, magnificent and inarguably beautiful, the Grand Canyon is easily Arizona’s most distinguishable landmark - and a natural wonder that you simply have to see to believe. Stretching 277 miles from end to end, steep, rocky walls descend more than a mile to the canyon’s floor, where the wild Colorado River traces a swift course southwest.

Whether you stop at the canyon for an hour or stay for a week, you’ll have plenty of ways to enjoy some adventure, recreation or just great views.

You can reach Grand Canyon National Park from main entrances on the South Rim – including the South Rim’s eastern entrance – and the North Rim. The Canyon's western edge is also accessible via roads on the Hualapai Indian Reservation.

Texas

Texas is vast, diverse and welcoming: from big-city lights to small-town simplicity, white-sand beaches to high-country hikes. Texas is so big and diverse that it’s practically its own country. 

The Texas landscape ranges from desert badlands and swimmable coastlines to lush mountains and sprawling prairies. This state encompasses such a wide swath of human experience that exploring all of its nooks and crannies would take months - maybe years.

History buffs can travel far and wide across the Lone Star State to learn about its rich cultural legacy. San Antonio is home to the Alamo, a centuries-old Spanish mission and the site of a long, bloody battle in the early 1800s. Frontier Texas!, a bold museum in Abilene, introduces visitors to the “Wild, Wild West”. Of course, Texas is also host to its share of arts and cultural sophistication, from the glossy urban landscapes in Dallas and Houston to the freewheeling funk of Austin.

New Orleans

New Orleans is one of the America's most fascinating cities and it's home to a truly unique melting pot of cultures.

No matter the time of year, New Orleans welcomes its visitors in a grand way to experience Caribbean, American, French and African cultures colliding in a brilliant explosion of flavors, emotions and sounds. Music is everywhere here, people live to eat and every day is a party here in the birthplace of Jazz, which is also home to Creole cuisine, century-old Spanish oaks and clacking streetcars. With a combination of city life and rural plantations, swamp tours, festivals, historical significance and revelry during Mardi Gras, New Orleans has the recipe to captivate everyone.

Orlando

Orlando inspires incredible stories like nowhere else. Experience the excitement of the legendary theme parks including Walt Disney Worl Resort, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld and Legoland. Discover Orlando’s one-of-a-kind shopping, award-winning dining and invigorating outdoors.

Orlando is a magical place - there’s an incredible mix of fun things to do in this great city that make it an ideal vacationing spot for not only families but young singles, baby boomers, foodies, outdoor adventurous types, luxury shoppers and international visitors.

Orlando is a place known for hospitality, and that extends to its many hotels, spas and services that suit every budget and taste.

Miami

Miami, famous backdrop to the classic TV show "Miami Vice," is a Latin and Caribbean melting pot. This international metropolis dazzles with its art, design and architecture, as well as its dynamic nightlife and cosmopolitan shopping. And don't forget, of course, the famous turquoise waters.

The Miami area offers multiple enticements for everyone: the trendy nightlife of South Beach, bejeweled by the eye candy of the Art Deco district. The bustle of Calle Ocho and the highly caffeinated energy of Little Havana. The plush hotels of Miami Beach and the historic hideaways of Coral Gables. Seemingly endless shopping opportunities in modern, sprawling malls and the quiet, personal attention offered by the family-owned shops of Coconut Grove and many other corners of the region. The lures of deep-sea fishing and golf and tennis. Miami's major league football, basketball, hockey and baseball. Boat shows and auto racing. Art festivals and outdoor food and wine extravaganzas. An international airport and the world’s busiest cruise port. The Miami area offers all of this - and so much more.

Hawaii

Hawaii is a place that embraces you as you enjoy the state’s tropical climate, beautiful beaches and blend of cultures: Asian, Hawaiian, European, North American and Polynesian. It’s a meeting place for beauty, culture and discovery that is as intriguing as it is distinctive. You’ll know you’ve arrived when you hear yourself saying “aloha,” “mahalo” (thank you) and “ma kai” (toward the ocean) without a second thought.

Hawaii’s spectacular beaches and lush valleys offer a variety of experiences for lovers of the outdoors, including surfing, hiking, skydiving, helicopter tours and whale-watching.

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USA

Welcome to the USA ! The United States is a welcoming destination of limitless experiences and adventures. USA means 50 different places, traditions and states of mind – from New York to San Fransico, from Florida to beauitful Hawaii islands. Whatever you want to see, do, or eat, you're likely to find it within the vast and diverse confines of the United States of America.

CANADA

Canada is the second largest country in the world and offers a range of experiences for visitors that are as wide as the land itself. From its large cosmopolitan cities to its frozen northern tundra; its snowy mountain peaks to its rugged coastlines; and its rich farmlands to its pioneering outposts, Canada offers something to suit the taste of every traveller.

Your Holidays
"Made in USA"

USA

Welcome to the USA ! The United States is a welcoming destination of limitless experiences and adventures. USA means 50 different places, traditions and states of mind – from New York to San Fransico, from Florida to beauitful Hawaii islands. Whatever you want to see, do, or eat, you're likely to find it within the vast and diverse confines of the United States of America.

CANADA

Canada is the second largest country in the world and offers a range of experiences for visitors that are as wide as the land itself. From its large cosmopolitan cities to its frozen northern tundra; its snowy mountain peaks to its rugged coastlines; and its rich farmlands to its pioneering outposts, Canada offers something to suit the taste of every traveller.

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Spectacular scenery, incredible sights and vibrant cities are just some of the many things you’ll discover on a Tours-USA.com journey. From the awesome Canadian Rockies and the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas to the sounds of New Orleans and the magnificent Monument Valley, we’re waiting to take you on a journey of a lifetime.

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