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2 countries \ 7 days \ from US$1075 per person
This is a great way to explore Canada on a 6 day action packed adventure. Head north to check out Niagara Falls in a truly stunning cruise experience. From there we move on to see all the sites of Toronto before taking in the French influences of Montreal and finishing stateside in Boston.
2 countries \ 13 days \ from US$2255 per person
Take in the fast paced life of New York and Boston, experience the charm, culture and sophistication of Quebec, Montreal and Toronto, get exhilarated by watching the Niagara Falls until you finally head back to the US where you'll see why 'Cleveland Rocks' is this cities unique motto and hold on to your hats as we enter the 'Windy City' of Chicago. While you're on this side of town, join us on the Eastern Discovery for a full ride along the east coast. Or if you want to see even more of the US, we'll see you on the Grand Southern.
1 country \ 14 days \ from US$2565 per person
True to its name, escape for 2 weeks to some of the USA’s hottest destinations & experience what this amazing country has to offer. Start in Chicago & roll through America’s Midwest on your way to Sioux Falls. Salute Presidents past at Mt Rushmore, buckle up for a rodeo in Cody, then get back to nature on a hike through a National Park. Take it up a notch at the end as you rub shoulders with Vegas' high rollers & spot an Elvis or two! This tour really is a unique mix of things to see & do in the good ol’ USofA.
1 country \ 14 days \ from US$3739 per person
The name says it all. With 4 hot USA cities wrapped into 1 tour, these are 2 weeks you don’t want to miss out on! Start in the 'City of Angels' & hit the streets to see the Walk of Fame and the stars' homes in Hollywood Hills. Fly north to San Fran, famous for its cable cars & the Golden Gate Bridge, before partying with the high rollers in Vegas. Then after all the West Coast action, more excitement awaits you under the bright lights & hustle & bustle of the Big Apple, where you'll finish your tour in style.
I am looking at getting a new suitcase for my tour as once I leave AUS I am moving over to the UK - So I was wondering, how strict are they with how big your bag is - I am currently looking at a bag that is 79 x 51 x 35 - if needed I am happy to pay extra on the internal flights if its to big, but just want to know if they are super strict if its under the weight restriction? Any help would be great??!!