Introducing North America

North America is a melting pot for new experiences, intrepid travel, great food exploration and cultural discoveries. Spanning all across America’s diverse states to Canada’s fantastic districts, there is so much wonder and impressive landscape to uncover. A trip to North America can be anything you want it to be; perfect for self-drives you can experience the great terrain at your own pace and in your own comfort, soaking up this great nation’s divine beauty the way you want it. Cities such as New York, Toronto, Vancouver and San Francisco have so much to offer by way of gastronomy, history, landmarks and landscapes. Each place you visit will be in stark contrast to the other, despite the fact that it may be neighbouring. Rail travel is also another great option crossing through the continent appreciating the vast desert plains and mountainous peaks that reveal themselves throughout this storied place. And if you’re travelling with family, it is an amazing place to choose, where getting from one place to another is easy and the language is no barrier.

Holiday Destinations in North America

Most Popular Regions in North America

Western Canada
From the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, Western Canada is a huge region with stunning landscape contrasts. It is a truly magnificent place to visit, offering a variety of attractions, including the snow-capped mountain towns of Banff and Jasper, the pristine Lake Louise and Whistler, which is known for its abundance of outdoor activities, and the stunning beaches and flourishing cities of Vancouver Island.
The largest state in the USA, Alaska, offers magnificent national parks, great wildlife, and charming old-world towns. Along Alaska's breath-taking coastline are numerous massive glaciers and popular tourist locations, including Glacier Bay National Park and the Hubbard Glacier, an ice wall more than 5 miles wide. Within the vast Denali National Park stands Mount McKinley, the highest mountain in North America.
The state of California offers visitors breath-taking national parks, panoramic views, and bustling cities. More than 1,100 miles of California's coastline are covered in beautiful beaches, from picture-perfect coves to stunning golden sand shorelines. For beautiful coastline views, travelling through charming towns, and the spectacular Big Sur region of California, take a drive down from San Francisco to Los Angeles.

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