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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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One World Observatory

One World Observatory

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Admire New York City from on high at the One World Observatory, the 100th-floor viewing deck which you’ll reach in just 47 seconds view high-speed elevator. On the ride up, impressive time-lapse technology showcases the city’s transformation from the 1500s to the present in immersive floor-to-ceiling screens. At the top, enjoy panoramic views of the city’s waterways, iconic skyline, and renowned landmarks.More
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Chicago Riverwalk

Chicago Riverwalk

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Connecting Lake Michigan to downtown, the Chicago Riverwalk is an open-air pedestrian-friendly walkway that runs along the Chicago River. Composed of six main sections, the Riverwalk is a main hub for entertainment. Head to the Marina Plaza section for restaurants, outdoor seating, and boat access. Take a stroll through a series of piers and floating wetland gardens at the Riverbank, or head to the Water Plaza where the kids can splash in water fountains.More
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Honolulu

Honolulu

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Honolulu is so much more than just the sunny resort area of Waikiki, where white sands stretch all the way to iconic Diamond Head. The capital city is Hawaii’s commercial and urban heart, with first-class museums, shopping, dining, clubs, and bars. And every year millions of visitors from around the globe find aloha in Honolulu, where surfboards, sunsets, swimming, and taking it slow are simply a way of life.More
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Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge

Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge

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If you've ever dreamt of swimming with manatees in their natural habitat, Florida’s Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge is where to go. Established in 1983, the 177-acre (71-hectare) refuge is home to America’s largest concentration of the 1,000-pound gentle giants. West Indian Manatees flock to the more than 70 turquoise-colored springs in Crystal River for warmth during winter. With hundreds of manatees in a small area, sightings are frequent.More
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Old Ursuline Convent

Old Ursuline Convent

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Came to New Orleans to get a taste of antiquity? Then look no further than the Old Ursuline Convent—the oldest building in the Mississippi River Valley. But that’s not all – built in 1752, the convent is also a treasure trove of religious antiquity which features, among other religious treasures, the famous Archdiocese archives.Not just a documentary museum, this ancient antebellum mansion located in New Orleans Garden District also houses some of the best examples of opulent southern décor. Enter via the Chartres Street entrance and be met with the most beautiful manicured garden in New Orleans, while within the mansion, the first thing you’ll notice is a handcrafted cypress staircase followed by some of the most fascinating oil paintings featuring religious motifs. Other rooms tell the various histories of the Old Ursuline Convent—the building was once an orphanage, a makeshift hospital, and even a temporary residence for traveling bishops.Come visit this amazing example of French colonial architecture (the oldest surviving example in the United States) and see why locals have, for years, called the Old Ursuline Convent the “treasure of the archdiocese.”More
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Salem Witch Trials Memorial

Salem Witch Trials Memorial

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The Salem Witch Trials Memorial preserves a moment in history, when 17th-century residents of colonial Massachusetts tried and executed women and men accused of witchcraft. The site, a small grassy area surrounded by stone walls and locust trees, is just one of the many witchcraft hysteria attractions in the historical town of Salem.More
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Downtown Nashville

Downtown Nashville

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Music City’s lively downtown doesn’t disappoint. Nashville’s entertainment hub is home to a who’s who of restaurants, hotels, and cultural hot spots, including the Frist Art Museum, Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium, and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. After dark, live music takes over the bars of Honky Tonk Highway.More
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Coastal Discovery Museum

Coastal Discovery Museum

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Explore the cultural heritage and natural history of the Lowcountry ecosystem and Hilton Head Island at the Coastal Discovery Museum. Located on the historic Honey Horn Plantation, the museum features indoor and outdoor exhibits, as well as guided walks and tours, offering a fun and educational day for visitors of all ages.More
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Boston Public Library

Boston Public Library

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Founded in 1848, the Boston Public Library contains over 23 million items, making it the second largest public library in the U.S., after the Library of Congress. Of those millions, about 1.7 million are rare books and works, including medieval manuscripts and incunabula (a book or pamphlet printed prior to 1501 in Europe). Among the rare books are also the personal library of John Adams, early editions of works by William Shakespeare, drawings from Thomas Rowlandson and musical archives from the Handel and Haydn Society.The McKim Building, with its vast research collection, and the Johnson Building, where you can find the circulating collection, are two of the most important parts of the library. The McKim Building is even a National Historic Landmark. And while the library system technically includes a whopping 24 branches, the original Copley Square location offers plenty to see, including Bates Hall, the Chavannes Gallery, the Abbey Room and the Sargent Gallery.More
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Sand Key Park

Sand Key Park

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Beach-loving families (and anyone else looking for accessible white sands with great wildlife-watching opportunities) can find it at Clearwater’s Sand Key Park. Situated on the northern end of the barrier island Sand Key, this small park boasts ample amenities, including a playground, bathrooms, and lifeguards during the summer season. On the Gulf of Mexico side, visitors can find a wide, welcoming white sand beach where sea turtles sometimes lay their eggs. The park also includes a salt marsh where birdwatchers can spot herons, roseate spoonbills and great horned owls, among many other bird species. Beach loungers and water sports fans can find equipment rentals on-site—everything from cabanas and beach umbrellas to kayaks and bicycles.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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Paradise Cove Luau

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Kualoa Ranch - ATV Raptor Tour

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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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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
TLG, Jul 2021
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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