Get ready for an amazing adventure. On our journey, we discover trendy cities, track down majestic whales; explore National Parks; walk trails through rainforests; hike and kayak on the sea in search of sea lions. Not many cities can claim fusing big-city living with the great outdoors, but with its skyscrapers, beaches, forest and snow-capped mountains, Vancouver has managed to produce that perfect setting. Victoria, on the other hand proudly displays its British charm visible in the historic architecture, colorful gardens and tea rooms. And finally, Sooke with some of South Vancouver Island's best wilderness areas provides the perfect setting for hiking, kayaking, surfing and discovering amazing wildlife. Welcome to the Pacific Coast!
- Vancouver Island parks and beaches
- Butchart Gardens
- Granville Island
- Squamish Sea-to-Sky gondola ride
California Wine Country is the most renowned wine region in North America. World-class wineries, amazing culinary experiences and scenic landscapes await in this must-visit region. See San Francisco’s most famous sights, such as the Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf before exploring the estates and vineyards of the Napa and Sonoma Valleys. Experience the rich wine culture from well-known labels to intimate boutique wineries. You are in for an incredible treat!
Experience America’s musical heritage and southern hospitality on an extended weekend trip to Nashville. The city that music calls ‘home’ invites you to explore some of the most important recording studios and historic landmarks, such as the Grand Ole Opry, where for over 30 years legendary shows were performed, and the Country Music Hall of Fame, where you can immerse yourself in the history and sounds of country music and an unrivaled display of costumes, instruments and memorabilia.
See some of America’s most striking mountain scenery and the rich archaeological regions of Mesa Verde. A thrilling ride on the Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge train takes us through the breathtaking Colorado Rockies with peaks over 14,000 feet high. Explore ancient Indian cultures, discover hidden gold mines, see wild horses, raft the Colorado River, hike on amazing trails and bike along the San Miguel River trail. Unleash your inner adventurer.