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Informative articles on our escorted tours in Latin America, USA and Canada

Bridge of Americas Panama Canal

The Bridge of Americas Panama Canal (or Puente de las Américas in Spanish) was built along the Pan-American Highway in 1962. This four lane Panama land bridge offered a more efficient way for vehicle traffic to travel between land masses on the North and South of the Panama Canal. The United States initiated and funded this first Panama […]

Panama Canal Tour Information

This post includes additional Panama Canal tour information to help you plan your next Central America vacation. Panama is a tourist friendly Latin American country that keeps a rather low profile despite its natural beauty. The country is referred to as a traveler’s paradise, although most people only recognize this destination for the Panama Canal. […]

Zion National Park Attractions

Visit some of the top Zion National Park attractions with Caravan Tours. Zion was Utah’s first national park and another in a series of US National Parks established in the same region as the Grand Canyon and Bryce Canyon National Park, where the wonders of geologic rock formations never ceases to amaze visiting tourists. Zion National Park […]

Top 4 Sedona Arizona Landmarks

Explore the many unique Sedona Arizona landmarks that attract visitors looking for a unique, relaxed, and yet very interesting USA town. Although not as touristy as many other places in Arizona, Sedona still has its fair share of attractions that bring in visitors each year. The area is famous for its red rock formations, one […]

Facts About Grand Canyon National Park

The 1.2 million acre Grand Canyon National Park is one of America’s earliest national parks and was established in February of 1919. There are very few places on earth that are as profound or can evoke such feelings of awe and wonderment like the Grand Canyon in Arizona does. Whether you are first time visitor or […]

Monument Valley Navajo Jeep Tours

Enjoy Monument Valley jeep tours with Caravan Tours! The pristine Monument Valley is located in the heart of Navajo Nation near Lake Powell along the Utah-Arizona border. This restricted Utah backcountry is highly protected in order to preserve its many natural buttes, arches, and mesas. In fact, the area is only accessible to authorized Navajo […]

Lake Powell Grand Canyon Tours

Enjoy a Lake Powell cruise as part of Caravan Tours’ all-inclusive Grand Canyon tour. Lake Powell, in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, stretches for over 185 miles in an area once known as Lee’s Ferry, situated north of the Grand Canyon in Arizona and west of Bryce National Park in Utah. This man-made reservoir on […]

Camelback Mountain Near Phoenix AZ

Camelback Mountain Arizona is the famous landmark icon near Phoenix and the surrounding areas of Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. This prominent monument in the center of Phoenix Valley is part of the Camelback Mountain Echo Canyon Recreation Area. For many local Arizona residents, this area is a point of pride symbolizing a resting camel keeping […]

Grand Canyon Bus Tours

Each year millions of tourists choose to visit the Grand Canyon on their own however, Grand Canyon bus tours are your best bet if you want a Grand Canyon tour that is fully guided. At almost 280 miles long, over a mile deep, and ranging between 4 to 18 miles wide, there is so much to […]

Mt Rushmore Presidents – FAQs and Facts

Where is Mount Rushmore? Mount Rushmore presidents were carved out of a granite rock face in the Black Hills of South Dakota, USA. Who Built Mount Rushmore? Gutzon Borglum, a master sculpture, conceived and carved Mount Rushmore Memorial. He was assisted by over 400 other rock carvers and explosive experts. When Was Mount Rushmore Built? […]