United States

From the white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico to the rocky outcrops of the Washington coast, the United States offers incredible natural and cultural diversity, and is a top worldwide destination thanks to its stunning National Parks. Immerse yourself in a bit of Americana – discover the USA.

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Trips by Territory

Puerto Rico. Solomon Islands. US Virgin Islands.


United States: The Bucket List

Old Rag

Savoring Fall on Skyline Drive

Mid-October is prime time for fall color in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, best soaked up along its hiking trails and on a leisurely drive along the 105-mile Skyline Drive between Front Royal and Waynesboro. Fall is the finale for the national park, as visitor facilities shut down for the ...
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Feats of treetop insanity.

Playing in the Tree Tops at TreeUmph! in Florida

That moment when you realize you will be hooking up your own harness hardware (sans supervision) to the 650-foot TreeUmphant! zip line that is the grand finale to the new aerial base camp experience outside of Bradenton, Florida. Or when you realize that despite all training, you are coming into ...
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Murdicks Fudge in their display case

Shopping for Mackinac Island Fudge

When you step off the ferryboat on Mackinac Island, a wave of aromas competes for your attention. First, the horses. Make no mistake about it, since Mackinac Island, Michigan, is the only place in America that banned automobiles from its community, the horse-drawn wagons are everywhere, and so are the ...
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Our chariot (Roberta Sotonoff)

Exploring Custer State Park, South Dakota

Custer State Park is big - 71,000 acres big. And, it's beautiful which is probably why it became a backdrop for films like "A Man Called Horse" and "Dances With Wolves." Winding roads pass lakes, lodges and lots of animals like bison and pronghorn antelope - which have horns like ...
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United States: Travel Facts

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