Caravan Tours Blog – USA, Canada, Central America

Welcome to our Caravan Tours blog. You’ll find helpful and insightful articles with a wealth of information on what to see and things to do when vacationing with Caravan Tours. Discover interesting facts about our USA tours including the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Zion Park tour, our Mt Rushmore and Yellowstone Park tour, and our New England Fall Foliage tour. There are also great articles about Canada’s Nova Scotia and the Canadian Rockies, plus Panama, Costa Rica, and Guatemala in Central America!

Top Attractions in Monterey California Coast

There are plenty of things to do in Monterey California, but for most, the name is synonymous with John Steinbeck and Cannery Row. Monterey, which is located on the California Coast, is also known for its music so you might want to plan your trip around the Monterey Jazz Festival in September. First started in […]

Top Attractions in Los Angeles California

Travel with Caravan Tours and explore many of the top Los Angeles California attractions. 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 […]

Sonoma Wine Country California

Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and a beautiful Sierra Nevada mountain backdrop, Sonoma Wine Country in Sonoma County California offers the visitor a wide variety of landscapes. This area produces an excellent variety of grapes, which have been grown here for centuries. Chances are if you are going to Sonoma County in central California you […]

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

The famous Little Bighorn battlefield is more commonly known today as “Custer’s Last Stand” and the site was commemorated in 1879 as and national cemetery. 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 […]

Grand Teton National Park

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

Visit Miraflores Visitor Center & Museum

The Miraflores Locks Visitor Center and Museum brings life and history into the construction and operation of the Panama Canal. The primary focus of this modern Panama City attraction is the Miraflores Locks Museum, a four-floor interactive museum dedicated to the history and construction of the Panama Miraflores Locks. Museum guests are offered views of […]

Amador Causeway Panama

The 2 mile (3.5km) Amador Causeway Panama (Calzada de Amador) is a must see tourist attraction located at the southern entrance of the Panama Canal near Panama City that links the four small Causeway Islands. Built by the United States Government in 1913, Amador Causeway Panama is unique in that it is the road that […]

Caravan All Inclusive Panama Vacations

All inclusive Panama vacations bring tourists to what many people call Central America’s “Hidden Treasure.” Panama is the small country near the equator that connects Central America to South America. Though relatively small in size, it is brimming with culture shaped by European and Spanish traditions and a friendly population generally made up of Spanish speaking […]

Colon Panama Vacations

Travel Panama with Caravan Tours and enjoy Colon Panama vacations, this country’s second largest city. Colon is an extremely valuable port and commercial center for world trade. With a relatively small population of just over 76,600, Colon is located near the Atlantic entrance to the Panama Canal on the North Central part of the country. […]

El Valle Panama Vacation

The town of El Valle Panama is an outstanding invitation in and of itself, beckoning tourists from around the world to come vacation in the quiet little village located in the world’s largest inhabited volcano crater. Indians from surrounding Panama Mountains first inhabited El Valle over 11,000 years ago. What used to be a volcanic […]