Western & Eastern Canada Vacation Packages

Canada is the world’s second biggest country covering some 9.9 million square kilometers (6.15 million square miles). There is no shortage of places to explore, things to do or adventures to discover in Canada and for traveling tourists, there is no shortage of available Canada vacation packages. Canada has three 10 distinct provinces and 3 […]

All Inclusive USA Sightseeing Tours

Sightseeing in the United Stages attracts tourists from around the globe who come to enjoy bus sightseeing tours of our parks, our historic landmarks and our incredibly beautiful landscapes. The United States is such a diverse country with everything from the deserts of Arizona and the beaches of California to the super volcano of Yellowstone […]

Yellowstone Park Vacations – Top Activities and Attractions

Yellowstone National Park, the world’s very first national park, is a place away from the clutter, noise and pollution of the cities; a place to discover nature. Yellowstone Park vacations provide tourists with opportunities to view wildlife where they belong, in the wild. In fact, you will find more mammals in Yellowstone National Park than […]

Yellowstone National Park Tours by Caravan

(Editor’s Note – This original blog post from December 2010 has been updated to better reflect current details about Caravan’s Yellowstone and Mount Rushmore tour.) America’s First National Park Caravan is one of America’s top tour companies for fully guided Yellowstone Park tours. Established on March 1, 1872, Yellowstone was the first appointed national park […]

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Teton National Park was named after the highest peak in the park’s Tetons mountain range. Grand Tetons Park in Wyoming is situated some 440 kilometers to the northeast of Salt Lake City, Utah. The Grand Tetons National Park was established in 1929 and contains a little over 125,000 hectares of prime ecological land. Its terrain […]

Little Bighorn Battlefield

The Battle of Little Bighorn, which took place in eastern Montana on the 25th and 26th of June 1876, was part of what has been called the Great Sioux War that occurred between 1876 and 1877. The famous Little Bighorn battlefield is more commonly known today as “Custer’s Last Stand” and the site was commemorated […]

History of Crazy Horse Monument in South Dakota

More than six decades after Polish sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski began carving Chief Crazy Horse Memorial in 1948, the monument is still under construction. Crazy Horse monument depicts chief Crazy Horse mounted on his horse with his left arm outstretched, pointing at the sacred Black Hills of South Dakota. The face of chief Crazy Horse was […]

Sonoma Wine Country California

Chances are if you are going to Sonoma Country in central California you have wine on your mind. After all, this area is home to more than 250 wineries and some of North America’s finest vineyards that produce some of the world’s best wines (not to mention some of the world’s most popular wines). Nestled […]

Top Attractions in Los Angeles California

Instead of asking about things to do in Los Angeles, it may be better to ask what’s not to do. Visitors from around the world come to the “City of Angels” for many, many different reasons. While many vacationers to the Los Angeles county area come to visit Disneyland or to experience the magic of […]

Top Attractions in Monterey California Coast

For some, the name Monterey means John Steinbeck and Cannery Row. Monterey California is also synonymous with music so you might want to plan your trip around the Monterey Jazz Festival in September. 2010 will be the 53rd year for the world famous Monterey Jazz Festival. In truth, many California tours include Monterey as part […]