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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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Aquarium of the Pacific

Aquarium of the Pacific

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One of Long Beach’s top attractions, the Aquarium of the Pacific is home to at least 11,000 aquatic animals across more than 50 exhibits that reflect the marine life of the Pacific Ocean. The nonprofit organization is the largest aquarium in Southern California and one of the most visited in the United States.More
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Tongass National Forest

Tongass National Forest

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Encompassing 17 million acres, the Tongass National Forest is the largest forest in the United States. Originally the Alexander Archipelago Forest Reserve, a project of Theodore Roosevelt started in 1902, the park was developed and renamed in 1908 to pay homage to the Tongass Clan of the Tlingit Indians. Visitors to Tongass National Forest have an enormous array of activities and experiences to choose from: bird-watching, trekking, fishing (there are five species of salmon here, among other fish), camping, visiting glaciers, lake canoeing, off-roading and just relishing pure fresh air and pristine natural beauty. In fact, there are 17,000 miles (27,359 kilometers) of lakes, creeks and rivers to enjoy within the forest. Wildlife is also prevalent, with chances to view otters, brown and black bears, wolves, eagles and Sitka black-tailed deer.Those who truly want to experience the best of the Tongass National Forest can kayak on Amalga Harbor to see the famous Mendenhall, Eagle and Herbert glaciers while also keeping an eye out for whales, birds, seals, porpoises and sea lions. There are also opportunities for hiking and lake canoeing in the forest, which can be done in a Native American-style canoe. Before visiting the Tongass National Forest, you may want to visit the Tongass Historical Museum in Ketchikan to learn about the area’s geography and Native Alaskan heritage.More
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Charles River

Charles River

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The Charles River meanders 80 miles (129 kilometers) through eastern Massachusetts, including Boston and Cambridge, before emptying into the Atlantic. The Charles, as it’s often called, plays a role in the daily lives of many Bostonians, especially walkers, joggers, cyclists, kayakers, and those who love to quietly relax by the water.More
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Yosemite Falls

Yosemite Falls

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The highest measured waterfall in North America and the sixth-highest in the world, Yosemite Falls is the superstar attraction in Yosemite National Park. With a cumulative drop of 2,425 feet (739 meters), Yosemite Falls comprises three falls and is especially stunning in late spring when the snow melts and water flow is at its peak.More
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Kenai Fjords National Park

Kenai Fjords National Park

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Encompassing 1,047 square miles (2,711 square kilometers), Alaska’s Kenai Fjords National Park is named after its numerous glacial-carved fjords—beautiful ice valleys that sit below sea level. The fjords run down the mountains into the iconic Harding Icefield, one of the largest ice fields in the United States with 40 tidewater glaciers flowing into it. The stunning landscape is also a wildlife-watcher’s dream, thanks to its abundant marine animals, birds, and other native wildlife.More
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Gettysburg National Military Park

Gettysburg National Military Park

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More than 50,000 soldiers died in the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863, the bloodiest battle ever fought on American soil. Today, the Gettysburg National Military Park is a National Park Service–run memorial to the lives lost during those three fateful days of the American Civil War. The Gettysburg battlefield draws Civil War buffs and those who come to pay their respects and learn about this landmark event in American history.More
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Oak Creek Canyon

Oak Creek Canyon

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The road that winds 16 miles (26 kilometers) through leafy Oak Creek Canyon is the most scenic route between Sedona and Flagstaff or the Grand Canyon. With dramatic red rock formations to either side, the gorge is an outdoor playground for camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking, and swimming.More
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Fort Lauderdale Beachfront

Fort Lauderdale Beachfront

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Thanks to more than 23 miles (37 kilometers) of pristine sand, visitors to the Fort Lauderdale beachfront are spoiled for choice when it comes to water sports and sunbathing spots. Spend the day swimming, windsurfing, deep-sea fishing, or more—or stay on land playing volleyball, jogging, or just kicking back in a lounge chair.More
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Cave of the Winds

Cave of the Winds

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At the Cave of the Winds observation decks, thrill-seeking visitors can get within 20 feet (6 meters) of the thundering Niagara Falls for an experience that feels like the inside of a tropical storm with torrents of water cascading down and winds up to 68 mph (109 kph). Safe to say, you’ll probably get wet.More
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Fortress of the Bear

Fortress of the Bear

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Black and brown bears are the main attraction at this wildlife rescue site. Here, animals that are unable to return to the wild have free access to playgrounds and open space to roam. It’s one of the best places in Alaska to safely see a black bear or grizzly from a short distance away.More

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Top activities in USA

Chicago Architecture River Cruise
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Chief's Luau Admission

Chief's Luau Admission

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Las Vegas Helicopter Night Flight with Optional VIP Transportation
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Kualoa Ranch - ATV Raptor Tour

Kualoa Ranch - ATV Raptor Tour

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Big Island in a Day: Volcanoes, Waterfalls, Sightseeing, History
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Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour from Las Vegas with Champagne & Light Picnic
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Molokini Crater and Turtle Town Snorkeling Tour from Ma'alaea Harbor
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Lower Antelope Canyon Ticket
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Salute to Pearl Harbor
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Recent reviews from experiences in USA

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Best Tour Ever
Ellen-C, Jul 2021
Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam Small Group Day Tour
This small tour group experience was the BEST way to see the sights!
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Best part of my trip!
Krissia_G, Jul 2021
Polynesian ATV Tour
Everything was perfect about this experience, from the tour guides to the interactive activities they provided it was just great.
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Most Inclusive Tour
Stephanie_F, Jul 2021
Niagara Falls All American Illumination Tour
We loved the Cave of the Winds and Maid of the Mist and the Illumination of the Falls.
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Best way to show new people around
Terri_C, Jul 2021
Nashville Hop On Hop Off Trolley Tour
I haven’t been on the trolley for 3 year so it was interesting to see the different route.
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Great sunset dinner cruise.
Sandra_H, Jul 2021
Historical Dinner Cruise to Kealakekua Bay
Great sunset and we also got to see dolphins.
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Would do it again
Wesley_B, Jul 2021
Paddlewheeler Creole Queen Historic Mississippi River Cruise
You literally must choose to see the park, or eat?
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Fun way to see Sonoma and day drink!
Adriane_S, Jul 2021
Sonoma Valley Wine Trolley Including Lunch
This tour was a great way to see Sonoma and visit some gorgeous wineries.
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Best part of our New York trip!!!
lizzylongo, Jul 2021
New York Helicopter Tour: Ultimate Manhattan Sightseeing
Great way to see the city and get an idea of how amazing New York is!!
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Best time
Amber_B, Jul 2021
Naples Sightseeing Boat Tour
It was so neat to see and learn about the amazing homes around the bay!
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Best way to see the island
Dee, Jul 2021
Breathtaking 8-Hour Circle Island Tour Home of FREE Dole Pineapple!
We got to see things that the big buses would miss.
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Great tour
Amy_V, Jul 2021
Newport Trolley Tour with Breakers - Viking Tours
This is definitely a good way to see the sites of Newport hassle free!
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San Diego
Christina_W, Jul 2021
San Diego Harbor Cruise
Got to see the U.
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Fun in the Rockies!
William_W, Jul 2021
Half Day Rocky Mountain Escape
We saw incredible views, a neat unique former gold mining town (Idaho Springs), beautiful mountain lake, and of course the glorious Rockies!!
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Top 5 must do
Chelsea_W, Jul 2021
Big Island, Kona Manta Ray Night Snorkel- Small Group
Buddha made sure we saw as many stingrays as possible and did not rest until we all got to see the beautiful creatures eat their dinner.
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Friday tour
Cleann_C, Jul 2021
Best of Austin Small-Group Guided Tour
He opened my eyes to many places I’d like to visit as a new resident of Austin.
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A fun time for everyone
Richard_O, Jul 2021
Boston Duck Boat Sightseeing City Tour with Cruise Along Charles River
Very interesting to see the history around us
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Fun tour!
Leslee_G, Jul 2021
Boston Ghosts & Gravestones Night-Time Trolley Tour
Nice to see graveyards I’ve never heard of.
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Wonderful day in the Rocky Mountains
Joyce_L, Jul 2021
Discover Rocky Mountain National Park from Denver or Boulder
Jenna, our tour guide, was very knowledgeable about the park and made sure we stopped to see the best views.
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Great tour, we recommend it!
Richard_K, Jul 2021
Paddlewheeler Creole Queen Historic Mississippi River Cruise
The museum on the river bank which we got off to visit, had a nice exhibit and documentary movie.
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Seattle/Falls tour
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Half-Day Guided Tour of Seattle City and Snoqualmie Falls
Not only did we get to hear about Seattle and see the falls, but our guide was super helpful and informative.

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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