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8 countries \ 23 days \ from US$3935 per person
From the Vodka bars of Russia to the surreal landscapes of the Norwegian Fjords, venture into some seriously impressive & historical places while on tour. Sit lakeside in Lillehammer, tour the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, visit Brest Fortress in Belarus & tour the Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw (& that’s just the start!). There’s so much happening here & with 8 fascinating countries to visit in 22 days, get ready for sights & experiences like no other!
2 countries \ 22 days \ from US$4365 per person
From big city buzz to the great outdoors, it’s all here. Start off by exploring Boston & New York in the US before diving into Canada. Cross the border into quaint Quebec then spend a few nights in Montreal & Toronto. After the city action, fly west for a dose of coastal charm & natural wonders, including the Rockies & Vancouver's cool vibe. And then on top of all of that, hit up the world famous Calgary Stampede! Men & women race in tall boots & hats, ride bulls at the rodeo & have an all around outrageous time.
2 countries \ 26 days \ from US$4115 per person
With 20 states & 2 Canadian provinces, get ready to go local. Start in the Big Apple before it’s all about Canada, America’s Great Lakes & Chicago en route to the American West. Chill at 4 National Parks before LAS Vegas.
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12 countries \ 25 days \ from US$3625 per person
The Winter Wanderer is like a leisurely stroll through Europe's top destinations. Some of the highlights of the tour include: driving along the French Riviera, exploring the Eternal City of Rome (it's never too cold for Gelato!) and sampling traditional Spanish tapas in Barcelona not to mention retracing the history of WW2 and the Cold War in Berlin and Prague. Winter in Europe is not only magical, it's less crowded and has its very own charms that go unnoticed in the heat of summer. The epitome of a winter wonderland.