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A land of diversity and extremes

Regions of the United States

Be astounded by the diversity of the United States. A country has an astounding range of landscapes, vegetation, and wildlife. Experience a bespoke journey and discover an array of contrasts. Along the way, visit different regions, each one different with its personality and quirk. Go city hopping, pop into charming small towns, take a nature trip, explore wine regions, or get acquainted with the Native American culture.

Witness the steamy geysers in Yellowstone National Park
Spot black bears on a wildlife tour in Grand Teton National Park


The Northeast region of the United States, commonly referred to as the East Coast, is a diverse and historically rich area that encompasses nine states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.

This enchanting region, known for its picturesque landscapes, vibrant cities, and a blend of colonial history and modern culture, holds a special place in the heart of America. From the rugged coastlines of Maine to the bustling streets of New York City, the Northeast offers a captivating mix of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and economic significance.

Historical lighthouse in Portland
Portland Head Lighthouse and the Spring Point Light in the Portland Harbour
Boating in Connecticut River
Sail a small boat in the Connecticut River


This part of the country has all four seasons. Summers are hot and humid, while winters are cold and snowy.

Main Cities

Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.

The Southwest

The Southwest region of the United States is a vast and culturally rich area, known for its unique blend of history, geography, and vibrant traditions. This region encompasses four diverse states: Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Nestled in the heart of the American Southwest, these states are part of a unique tapestry of landscapes, from the arid deserts of Arizona to the rolling plains of Oklahoma and the rugged beauty of New Mexico and Texas. A region rich in Native American heritage, Spanish colonial influences, and the enduring cowboy culture have left a permanent mark on the region's identity.

Rugged Arizona backdrop
Explore the vast wilderness of Arizona
Aerial view of Austin
Dine at downtown Austin


Most of this region is an arid desert, so it is usually hot and dry. However, in higher altitudes, you can see snow in the mountains.

Main Cities

Phoenix, Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, and Austin.

Mountain West

The Mountain West is a beautifully diverse region that encompasses the Rocky Mountains. It is also referred to as the Mountain States, the original "Wild West" and cowboy country, and consists of Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, Montana, Idaho, Colorado and Arizona.

Major national parks in the region include Rocky Mountain, Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Glacier National Parks. When you travel through the Mountain West you'll experience vast open spaces, wilderness areas and small towns and cities. The Mountain West is the only area in the United States with no coast, but the high mountains and large plains make it an extraordinary place to visit. Discover the rich cultural heritage and real cowboys and ranch life.

Stunning red rock formations that are famous in Zion National Park.
Embark on a breathtaking journey in the Mountain West
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Buffalo on the road to Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Experience the unique wildlife of the Mountain West in Yellowstone


Visiting Alaska is an awe-inspiring adventure filled with natural wonders and unique experiences. The region boasts breathtaking landscapes, from towering glaciers and majestic mountains to pristine lakes and abundant wildlife. Highlights include witnessing the spectacular Northern Lights dancing across the night sky, exploring the rugged beauty of Denali National Park, and cruising through the magnificent Inside Passage, where whales and sea lions thrive.

Immerse yourself in Alaska's rich indigenous culture, learn about its gold rush history, and enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, and dog sledding. Alaska offers an unforgettable journey into the untouched wilderness, making it a dream destination for nature enthusiasts and thrill-seekers.

A brown bear in action grabbing salmon out of the water
Alaska is home to an abundance of wildlife
Admire the iconic Northern Lights in Fairbanks
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The cities of the United States are a good start and endpoint for a journey through the country. The great thing is that American cities are usually very spacious, making them feel much less crowded. Each city also has its own unique atmosphere. So even for those who don't usually consider themselves a city dweller, an American city can still surprise. Also, American cities boast countless museums and a great diversity of restaurants that serve dishes from all over the world.

Top cities around the USA

San Francisco

San Francisco, United States

Located in California's Bay Area, this city is known for its historic trolleys, diverse cuisine, art scene, and many iconic landmarks.

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Los Angeles

Los Angeles, United States

Los Angeles, commonly known as LA, is a sprawling metropolis situated on the stunning southern coast of California.

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Portland, United States

Enjoy a unique blend of natural beauty, friendly locals, and a thriving cultural scene.

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Denver, United States

Explore Denver's picturesque landscapes

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Moab, United States

Welcome to Moab, Utah: the hub for outdoor adventure like hiking, biking and whitewater rafting.

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Sedona, United States

Sedona, Arizona, is known for its red sandstone rock formations, endless outdoor recreation, and thriving art community.

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One step closer to your dream trip

More is possible than you may think

You probably already have ideas for your holiday to the United States and Canada. Nature tours through the Rocky Mountains, spotting orcas near the San Juan Islands, or exploring the streets of San Francisco on the iconic cable car?

For the best local tips and advice, visit one of our online presentations. Meet our travel specialists and have all of your questions answered.