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United States of America & Canada

Whether you want to discover New York's Empire State Building, tour the awe-inspiring Niagara Falls, be astounded by the views of the Grand Canyon, be enthralled by the bright lights of Los Angeles, or get spoilt at the Las Vegas. Get peppered with the flavours of Latin American food, music and spirit of Miami. Take a nostalgia trip for the young-at-heart to Orlando or cruise to the Bahamas. A fantastic road and highway network will allow you to enjoy all the famous sites, and give you the freedom to uncover some undiscovered treasures of the second-largest country on earth, Canada. With festival packed cities like Toronto and Montreal to the prospect of hiking, skiing or snowboarding over the cloud poking mountains of Banff and Jasper National parks; Canada is impossible to dislike!

New York

New York can be anything you want it to be. It's why countless people have pinned their dreams on the place, thrown caution to the wind and shown up on its doorstep. If you like a day filled with culture, start with a look at some Tseng Kwong Chi photographs celebrating East Village creativity in the eighties at the Paul Kasmin gallery, before ducking through Central Park to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the current Japanese art exhibition.

Niagara Falls

The Falls, which straddle the U.S.-Canadian border, have been a tourist mecca since the mid-19th century. With statistics from the Niagara Falls Tourism Bureau and Niagara Falls Brige Commission, visitors are approximated at 12 million a year.

Grand Canyon

For many, the Grand Canyon epitomizes the ultimate American travel destination. Cleaving a mile deep into the earth and averaging 10 miles across, it compels even the most jaded traveler to pause and draw breath. Snaking along its floor are 277 miles of the Colorado River, which has carved the canyon over the past six million years and exposed rocks up to two billion years old – half the age of the Earth.

Los Angeles

Welcome to sunny Los Angeles, a shiny city of reinvention where small talk always starts with a question: 'Where are you from?' This query reveals what's driving the city's energetic buzz – a perpetual in-flow of dreamers, go-getters and hustlers primed with unabashed optimism.

Las Vegas

Las Vegas is the most popular tourist destination in the state of Nevada, the seat of Clark County, and an internationally renowned major resort city for gambling, shopping, and entertainment.


Little known fact: on the Eighth Day, God shook all the eccentrics of America into the nation's Southeast corner pocket. And They Became South Florida. And It Was Weird. In Miami, the Everglades and the Keys, things are a little Alice in Sweaty Wonderland. It's the weather, y'know; all the humidity and hurricanes drive everyone a little crazy. And the alligators.