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Alaska

Explore the unspoiled beauty of Denali National Park, kayak the tranquil Fjords and fish in crystal clear water. <More Info>

 

Berkshires

Located in Western Massachusetts, the Berkshires are a picturesque area with many pleasant surprises. Art galleries, music, theater, universities and exceptional dining entices the traveler.

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Boston

Take a step back in time on the Freedom Trail and explore the history of many of colonial New England’s buildings and sites like Bunker Hill, Boston Common, Quincy Market, the USS Constitution and more.

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USA Wine Tour wine glassesCalifornia Wine Tour & San Francisco

Tour San Francisco and the wine region in leisure and style. Enjoy the best California wines from Pinot Noir to Cabernet Sauvignon with exclusive tastings at the most notable vineyards. <More Info>

 

 

Charleston, South Carolina

The antebellum homes of Charleston, SC,  with the rich Civil War History make this an eventful day trip.
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Miami Beach shoreFlorida

Miles of white sand beach, warm water, fishing, yachts and sun. Family entertainment and resorts. Golfing, diving, sunsets  and walks on the beach await you. <More Info>

 

Georgia

Visit the state Capital of Atlanta for entertainment and business. The Golden Isles are a playground of beaches, golf and biking trails. Savannah is the old-south at it’s best. Known for its antebellum architecture, relaxing parks and horse-drawn carriages. Stroll the cobblestone historic district and visit the active river front. <More Info>

 

Hawaii Lanai Manele BayHawaii

Perhaps the most visited tropical destination in the world … and for good reason. Sandy beaches, palm trees, volcanoes, scuba diving, luxury resorts and villas. <More Info>

 

Hilton Head LighthouseHilton Head

Enjoy island life with golfing, biking, water sports and more. Visit the historic antebellum homes of Savannah, Charleston and Beaufort. <More Info>

 

 

Las Vegas, NevadaLas Vegas

Shows, casinos, spas, dining, shopping, golf … there is plenty to entertain you. A trip out of town will take you to the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon and more. <More Info>

 

 

New Orleans Jazz BandNew Orleans

The historic French Quarter has over 100 square blocks of art, dining, shopping, entertainment and architectural treasures. No city loves music more. The rhythms fill the streets, clubs, churches and concert halls. <More Info>

 

Newport, Rhode Island

Newport is one of the busiest yachting centers in the northeast. It is a popular transit port for cruise the area and off shore islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Newport is also known for the magnificent Guilded Age mansions.

 

New York City Statue of LibertyNew York City

One of the most visited and revered cities in the world. A major financial hub, center for performing arts, cultural icon and much more.
With so much to offer it is a challenge to see it all in one stop. <More Info>

 

GolfingPalm Springs

Greater Palm Springs is South California’s most seductive and spirited escape for visitors in search of relaxation, adventure, pampering and entertainment. Nine distinct cities make up the serene oasis including Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and Coachella. <More Info>

Biking San Juan IslandsSan Juan Islands

Take an invigorating ride along Puget Sound, smell the Evergreens and watch the whales swimming. <More Info>

 

 

 

Yacht WatersportsUS Virgin Islands

This collection of exotic islands has been the home of the world’s elite, pirates and intrepid travelers for centuries. <More Info>

 

 

Virginia

From the Shenandoah Valley to the shores of Virginia beach there is so much to this state.

Visit America’s Historic Triangle of Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. Drive Skyline Drive, tour wineries, hike and bikes the many trails. <More Info>

Washington Capital LEWashington DC

More than just The Capitol of the USA, this vibrant city offers history, architecture, museums, science, fine dining and more. <More Info>