From golf to skiing from shopping to nightlife, the USA offers something for everyone
The USA offers some of the most diverse holiday options the world over. There are the epic road trips to be enjoyed by car or motor bike, beautiful beaches, inspiring and vibrant cities, colourful carnivals and festivals and much much more.
From the bright lights of Vegas to the ski slopes of Vermont to an Alaskan Cruise or a hot air balloon trip across the desert their is a perfect trip just waiting to be discovered......
Flying time: 8 - 11 hours
Time difference: GMT -5 hours to -8 hours
We can provide general information about any health formalities required for your trip but you should check with your own doctor for your specific circumstances. Up-to-date travel advice can be obtained from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website.
The weather and climate varies widely across the USA and Canada, especially when you take into account Alaska and Hawaii. Generally speaking, summers are humid and hot in the southern states, while in the southwest it is very dry and very hot. In northern parts of Canada the winters can be severe with temperatures falling to an average of -20 degrees Celsius.
Known for its colonial past, New England is situated in the north-eastern region of the USA. A very popular time to visit is in the autumn when the famous New England Fall begins, offering spectacular scenery with unbelievable changes in foliage colour.
Situated on the Mississippi River in Louisiana, New Orleans is a vibrant city renowned for its 24 hour nightlife, fantastic music and delicious cuisine. One of the best times to visit is during the world famous Mardi Gras with its colourful and spectacular carnival featuring stunning costumes and street parties.
The only American state which consists of a group of islands. They are situated in the Pacific Ocean and consist of six main islands, namely Oahu, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, the Big Island and Maui. The easiest way to reach them is by air from Los Angeles.