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A bespoke journey with friends

How long do I need to visit America?

At a relaxed pace, travel America through the eyes of the locals. No rush, just easy journeys from place to place. To make the most of your time in America, we can share our first-hand local knowledge and arrange an itinerary that ensures you experience your dream American holiday.

How much time do you have?

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Discover the local gems of America in three to five weeks. In this amount of time, you can see and experience a good amount of the country, at a relaxed pace. If you decide to start your journey in the north or in the south, it can make quite a difference, and that’s why we have provided you with some sample itineraries to help get you inspired for your dream holiday to America.

Would you like more information about the options for your desired travel period? Our travel specialists can tell you all about the options and are more than happy to map out a route with you.

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"Four weeks is ideal to see America, so you can take your time driving the scenic routes with plenty of stops along the way."

Lisette, Travel specialist

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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 America 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.