Looking for a long trip in North & Central America?

North America pretty much invented long travel. What else is On The Road but a manual for all things carefree and adventurous? If you want to do North America right (Kerouac style), start at the top and work your way down. We’ll begin in Anchorage, camping out in the Alaskan wilderness, then hit the open road and drive south through BC, Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon and the bright lights of Vegas, all the way to the taco stands and bustling markets of Mexico City. It’s one of the most outrageous road trips in the world (52 days and a lazy 5,000 miles) but that’s what long trips are all about: living outrageously. 

One month in North & Central America 

USD $4,014
CAD $4,392
AUD $5,225
EUR €3,625
GBP £2,680
NZD $5,620
ZAR R48,205
CHF FR3,695
Discover the highlights of Central America from the black-sand beaches of El Salvador to the Maya sites of Guatemala...

Our longest trips in North & Central America 

Jump onboard this exciting Central American trip that takes you from the vibrancy of Mexico City through the hearts...
USD $4,005
CAD $4,378
AUD $5,210
EUR €3,610
GBP £2,675
NZD $5,605
ZAR R48,060
CHF FR3,695
Have the ultimate Central American adventure on this classic tour from Mexico to Panama. Enjoy beaches, volcanoes,...
USD $4,230
CAD $4,635
AUD $5,510
EUR €3,815
GBP £2,800
NZD $5,930
ZAR R50,800
CHF FR3,905
Escape on a Central American odyssey through Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa...
USD $5,346
CAD $5,850
AUD $6,955
EUR €4,935
GBP £3,535
NZD $7,480
ZAR R64,145
CHF FR4,935
This captivating adventure through Central America travels through Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador,...
USD $6,610
CAD $8,656
AUD $9,128
EUR €5,931
GBP £4,562
NZD $9,210
ZAR R104,866
CHF FR6,591
Travel along the spine of North America and the centre of Mexico on a tour that takes you from the mountainous climes...
USD $16,280
CAD $21,310
AUD $22,500
EUR €14,610
GBP £11,235
NZD $24,190
ZAR R258,200
CHF FR16,270
Travel the length of the Americas from North through Central and to the very tip of the South. From Anchorage to...


Yellowstone National Park, USA

Yellowstone gives you some serious bang for your buck. It’s got half the world’s geysers, the greatest concentration of wildlife in the lower 48 (think Grizzlies, bison and wolves) and more photogenic rivers and waterfalls than a wide-angled photo lens could capture in a lifetime. It’s also the world’s first national park (Est. 1872 and proud of it) and there’s no better way to explore than to set up camp, strap on some comfy shoes and hit the trails.

Jasper National Park, Canada

Not to be outdone by its neighbor Banff National Park, Jasper stands alone as one of the world’s most pristine and spectacular examples of what Mother Nature can do when she puts her mind to it. Sky blue glacial lakes, conifer forests filled with wolves, black bears, elk and lynx – you haven’t seen nature at its best until you’ve come here.

Chichen Itza, Mexico

The most famous of the Maya sites on the Yucatan Peninsula, Chichen Itza does get busy. But it’s a huge site, and there’s lots to explore. The best way to beat the crowds and learn the most is to go with a trained local guide. Get there early to avoid the day’s worst heat, and you can spend most of the day wandering around, discovering the secrets of the Mayan astronomical calendar and admiring the ancient stonework. If you can, try and make it on the vernal and autumnal equinox, when the sun produces the illusion of a giant serpent ascending El Castillo’s staircase.

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