North America Travel News

The mating season of the Monarchs

January 31, 2014

As winter thaws, millions of black and orange wings will flood the blue skies above the Mexican central highlands. February and March is the mating season of the famed Monarch butterflies, Mexico's greatest living monument, and whose iconic migration may not be long for this world.The myth of the Monarchs The migration of the butterflies is seemingly the stuff of legend, as the insects travel anywhere between 1,200 and 2,800 miles every year from the U.S. and Canada to central Mexico, accor Read More »

Tour of Canada brings you to world's most reputable country

July 5, 2013

A country builds its reputation a number of different ways. Many factors come into play, from the nation's government and economy to its environment and general atmosphere. Earlier this month, the Reputation Institute, a consulting firm based in New York and Copenhagen, released its picks for the countries with the best reputation. Though many European countries made the list, Canada beat them all. The Great White North came in at No. 1, and any time spend on a tour of Canada will Read More »

Take in the Beauty of Hawaii at Waimea Canyon

February 4, 2013

Though there is something to be said about the world-class surfing and lively culture of the Aloha State, the real draw for most individuals heading on Hawaii tours is the local scenery. From verdant mountains that tower above vibrant cities to the sunning jungles that pepper the valley, there is plenty to see and do in Hawaii. When heading to the island of Kaua'i, nature lovers will want to explore the scenic Waimea Canyon, a 14-mile canyon affectionately referred to as "the Grand Canyon of the Read More »

Slits of color slip through Antelope Canyon

March 1, 2012

While the vistas of the main clefts of the Grand Canyon should be on travelers' agendas for Arizona tours, the elegant dance of colors and light at Antelope Canyon provide a surreal experience through one of the United States' most enchanting landscapes. Sitting just beyond the small city of Page, Arizona, the Antelope Canyons are found in the heart of the Navajo's traditional homelands. The Navajo name for this unique formation is, "Tse' bighanilini," which means the Read More »

Southwestern romance in Sedona

January 9, 2012

Several Arizona tours will pass through the delightful town of Sedona, whose breathtaking red rock formations have made it one of the top wedding destinations in the world. Adventurous travelers can create their own romantic getaway with a longer stop in this lazy southwestern town. Sedona’s outdoor activities provide access to some of the best sites of the region. Guests can hike the red rock hills exploring hidden canyons, take a tranquil biking trip along the Red Rock Scenic Byway or r Read More »

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