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Welcome to USA

From the towering tip of the Empire State Building in New York City to the dips and dunes of California's Death Valley, the USA is a land of extremes. Don't miss the country's splendid cities and monuments—San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, Miami's sun-washed streets, New Orleans' Creole accents—or the expansive national parks that welcome visitors all across the country. Guided private and small-group tours will help you take in everything you most want to explore, from sea to shining sea. Head west from the Great Smoky Mountains to see the dramatic landscapes of Denali National Park; watch native grizzlies and eagles in Yellowstone; and climb to the stars up a mountain in Yosemite. Delight in a helicopter ride over the incomparable Grand Canyon. Head down the East Coast from Maine to Florida, with stops to tour Niagara Falls, visit the quaint colonial towns of New England, and check out the booming city of Nashville. Take a West Coast trip to soak up the laid-back vibes of San Francisco on a boat, walking, or bike tour; or explore funky desert communities and art in the Southwest. Finally, head out to Hawaii and Alaska for unbeatable hiking, biking, and great outdoor adventure tours, like an early-morning hike to a volcano or a cruise through Prince William Sound, and get your fill of these areas' stunning beauty.

Top 10 attractions in USA

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Amish Farm and House

Amish Farm and House

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Anyone curious about the history, heritage, and daily life of America’s Amish will be fascinated by the community at the Amish Farm and House in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This 200-year-old house—one of the nation’s oldest Amish attractions—hosts house and farm tours, cultural demonstrations, and interactive classes.More
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Liberty State Park

Liberty State Park

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Liberty State Park, a revitalized urban area in Jersey City, is a departure spot for ferries to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Once an industrial area, the land has always been crucial for arrivals to the Big Apple: The 1,000-acre park has views of the New York City skyline, the Hudson River, and the Statue of Liberty.More
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

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For those who like to rock, Cleveland’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame salutes you. A pilgrimage destination for music fans of all ages, the museum recognizes artists and musicians who have shaped music history since Cleveland DJ Alan Freed first coined the term “rock ‘n’ roll” in the early 1950s.More
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Animas River

Animas River

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Get your helmets and life vests ready—this family-friendly rafting river serves up class I, II and III rapids as it winds through Colorado shrub land and downtown Durango. Calmer than its wild upper reaches in the San Juan mountains surrounding Silverton 48 miles north, Durango’s stretch boasts calm bends as well as several named rapids including “Smelter,” “Pinball,” and “Santa Rita Hole,” as it passes the fairgrounds and the buildings of downtown. Though it still can be a wild ride, most guided tours will take kids as young as five years old. Rafting adventures run from May to September.In the height of summer when the river is warmest and lowest, tubing is also a popular past time. The city runs shuttles from the parking and take-out at 9th Street at Schneider Park to the put-in near the Recreation Center where there’s free air fills for tubes. South of town a four-mile stretch of river has achieved notoriety as an excellent fly-fishing spot for rainbow and brown trout.If you’re in Durango in the off-season, you can still enjoy the river and its downtown views via the Durango River Trail. The walking path has pedestrian bridges and sculpture installations and follows the course of the river through the city.More
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Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge

Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge

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If you've ever dreamt of swimming with manatees in their natural habitat, Florida’s Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge is where to go. Established in 1983, the 177-acre (71-hectare) refuge is home to America’s largest concentration of the 1,000-pound gentle giants. West Indian Manatees flock to the more than 70 turquoise-colored springs in Crystal River for warmth during winter. With hundreds of manatees in a small area, sightings are frequent.More
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Custer State Park

Custer State Park

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With its rolling hills, roaming wildlife, and natural beauty, Custer State Park is one of the most scenic areas of South Dakota. Its clear streams, tall granite mountains, and open plains present much to see. Herds of bison, elk, antelope, bighorn sheep, and even wild turkey are frequently seen from one of the park’s walking trails or scenic drives.The Needles Highway, Wildlife Loop Road, and Iron Mountain Road are some of the most beautiful drives in the park. Five beautiful lakes and various streams provide opportunities to go fishing, kayaking, and swimming as well.After gold was discovered in the Black Hills by Lieutenant Colonel George Custer, the area quickly developed. Today it is known more for its wide open spaces and events such as the annual buffalo roundup. There is more than 71,000 acres of wild land to explore, with tunnels, forest, bridges, and viewpoints to stop at throughout.More
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Carytown

Carytown

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Spend an afternoon shopping and people watching around the hip and vibrant Carytown neighborhood in west Richmond. The nine-block shopping area sits just south of the Museum District, only a couple blocks from the Museum of Fine Arts. Carytown boasts more the 250 shops, with everything from big name clothing stores to local boutiques and craft shops. You’ll find dozens of restaurants, cafés and bakeries, so there are plenty of choices when it’s time for a lunch break. Carytown is also home to the Byrd Theatre, a national historic landmark that is still in daily operation. Stop in to catch second-run movies for only $2.More
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Old Town Albuquerque

Old Town Albuquerque

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This historic section of Albuquerque sits at the heart of town, its Pueblo-style patios beckoning to be explored. What was once a simple grassy plaza has expanded into more than 150 unique shops, restaurants, and galleries. Many feature authentic crafts produced by local Native American tribes.With original adobe buildings and Spanish colonial architecture, the area is undeniably beautiful and rich in Southwestern culture. Grounded in history (it was first settled by Spanish settlers in 1706,) there are also five museums in this part of town which tell the city’s story. The main plaza is centered around the San Felipe de Neri, an old church that has remained since 1793. You can plan your day around specific sights, or explore the brick paths and alleys that lead through the historic area. When in need of a break, you’ll find open-air patios and gardens dotted with intricate iron benches that are perfect for relaxing in the shade.More
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Carlsbad Village

Carlsbad Village

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Carlsbad Village is the downtown area at the heart—and waterfront—of Carlsbad, a fun-loving Southern California beach town. Visitors to Carlsbad spend most of their time in the village, as it’s where most of the shops, restaurants, and hotels are found, including the famous Carlsbad Inn: a Bavarian looking hotel on the corner of Carlsbad Village Drive and Ocean Street. A visit the Carlsbad Mineral Water Spa is a great way to relax with a massage or spa treatment using the local alkaline artisan mineral water. To mingle and pick up fresh local fruits, stop in at the Carlsbad Farmer’s Market, which happens every Wednesday. And of course the beaches and boardwalk that run along Carlsbad Village are the main draw. Tamarack Beach is a great, centrally located stretch that’s ideal for bike riding, surfing or sunbathing.More
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The Ringling

The Ringling

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The once winter estate of wealthy circus magnate John Ringling and his wife Mable is today a museum complex showcasing Ringling’s vast private art collection alongside the state of Florida’s art collection. There’s also a circus museum, the Ringling Bayfront Gardens, the historic Asolo Theater and Ca'd'Zan, the Ringling’s opulent Prohibition-era mansion, built in the in the Venetian Gothic style, complete with ceiling frescos and abundant marble.More

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Top activities in USA

Chicago Architecture River Cruise

Chicago Architecture River Cruise

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Chief's Luau Admission

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Las Vegas Helicopter Night Flight with Optional VIP Transportation
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Niagara Falls American-Side Tour with Maid of the Mist Boat Ride
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Oahu Atlantis Submarine Adventure

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Recent reviews from experiences in USA

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Very good
SusanE_R, Jul 2021
Snoqualmie Falls and Seattle Winery Tour
Thought that we were going to do a little more hiking around the falls, but only stopped there for 20 minutes for a photo op.
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Beautiful beautiful
Victor_G, Jul 2021
San Diego Whale Watching Cruise
We were able to see a huge group of dolphins swimming around us.
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Great
Cory, Jul 2021
Niagara Falls American Side Highlights Tour
Gives us some tips on the essentials of visiting Niagara Falls.
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Two for the price of one!
Jasmine_W, Jul 2021
New Orleans City Tour with Swamp Tour Options
Both activities filled up our day.
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Exciting, very memorable and beautiful.
Jack_H, Jul 2021
Niagara Falls American-Side Tour with Maid of the Mist Boat Ride
Best way to see Niagara Falls.
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Swim in waterfalls!!
Jenn_B, Jul 2021
Maui Tour : Road to Hana Tour from Lahaina
Swimming in waterfall pools and a black sand beach with a lava tube were the highlights.
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Fun
Kaitlyn_D, Jul 2021
Guided Kayak Adventure on the Wailua River
My husband and I had a lot of fun kayaking, hiking, and swimming in the waterfall.
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Speaker
Lacey_D, Jul 2021
Miami Millionaire’s Row Cruise
A English speaker just so we can understand him a little better… job well done on the other end it was just hard to understand some things that was said
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Amazing Day of Intimate Tastings
Leah_C, Jul 2021
6-Hour Private Wine Tour up to 6 Guests Napa Valley or Sonoma
All 3 wineries Damon chose for us to visit were great - and we loved the intimate experiences of private tastings at small off the beaten path wineries.
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We couldn’t have ask for more, simply the best!
Tonya_J, Jul 2021
Hitzville the Show at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino
If you want to see an outstanding show This Is It!
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Thanks for a great experience on the River!
Alex_O, Jul 2021
Wailoa River to King Kamehameha Statue SUP Adventure
She told us all about the local attractions and history of the area.
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Fun way Everyone to Enjoy Mission Wineries
Deborah_H, Jul 2021
5 Hour Traverse City Wine Tour: 4 Wineries on Old Mission Peninsula
It is a great, safe way to visit more than 1 winery & nobody has to be a designated driver.
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The word excellent I had high expectations end it was preceded by the views in the people
Mark_Abbuhl, Jul 2021
Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour & Hoover Dam Photo Stop with optional Skywalk
The Grand Canyon a course the bus driver and our guide excellent people persons did a great job of moving us so we have time to do the walk in time to see the canyon asked some people would not like they’re abrasiveness but that’s life and they did a great job Mark thank you guys
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Excellent experience!
24sweaver24, Jul 2021
Mauna Kea Stargazing Experience + Photos
James was an excellent guide and he took us to the most amazing spot to see the stars.
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A must do!
ROBERT_R, Jul 2021
Blue Ridge Parkway Waterfalls Hiking Tour with Transportation from Asheville
Everything was memorable; the beautiful scenic drive, the exillerating hike and breathtaking waterfalls; but finding berries and all sorts of mushrooms was quite unforgettable and such an added treat!
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Great Volcanic Tour
Wendy_H, Jul 2021
Helicopter Lava and Rainforests Adventure from Hilo
We had copious clouds, and were not able to venture to the water falls, which was disappointing, as I had always dreamed of seeing those.
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Fun and informative
Kristina_M, Jul 2021
Chicago in a Day: Food, History and Architecture Combo Tour
Plus, we were able to see parts of Chicago we would not have gone to otherwise.
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Awesome go do it!
Kimberly_R, Jul 2021
Turtle Town Snorkel with Photo and Video
With his leaderships we were able to see many turtles (6 or more plus) On top of that he took the best photos and shared them instantly with group at end of tour.
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Loved our tour with Nate
Lara_A, Jul 2021
Kayak Tour of Santa Barbara with Experienced Guide
Thank you for taking us to see the sea lions, giving us info about the boats and birds, and doing the special extras that we requested like looking for starfish at the pier (even if we didn’t find any).
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Glad I Chose the Speedboat Instead!
Ana_Sanchez, Jul 2021
Speedboat Sightseeing Tour of Miami
The speedboat was exciting, they had a great selection of music, got to see the mansions of various celebrities and had an amazing view of downtown.

All about USA

When to visit

Spanning deserts, high peaks, and tropical islands, the US draws visitors in every season. July 4th celebrations kick off with parades, fireworks, and barbecues country-wide, while hot summer weather brings crowds to music festivals and state fairs from Ohio to Arizona. Starting in September, fall means bright-colored leaves in many forests, as well as milder weather that’s ideal for exploring before the snow falls.

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