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USA Family - Western Discovery Overview
Hike into the Grand Canyon and be amazed by the scale and spectacular scenery of some of America’s best known national parks. Sleep under canvas for an authentic feel of the Wild West.
- 2014-01-01 - 2015-12-31
Take the family on a scenic American adventure off the beaten track
Take the children on an unforgettable tour of some of America’s most extraordinary natural sights. Starting in San Francisco, the family will explore the legendary Wild West country and be stunned by the staggering beauty of its national parks. Camp in the wilderness and spend evenings gathered around a fire. Watch young eyes light up at the vastness of sites such as the Grand Canyon, Yosemite and Monument Valley and find out more about the Navajo people who call this area home. Share fun new experiences with the family that will be remembered forever.
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San Francisco is a chilled-out city with a vibrant, multicultural heart. You can catch a tram to visit the waterfront, feast like a king in Chinatown or peruse zany artwork in SoMa.
If heaven descended to Earth, it would probably look like Yosemite. One of America's most popular national parks, its waterfalls, dramatic cliffs and wilderness areas are breathtaking.
The largest desert in the US, stretching across Nevada and Utah, Great Basin features some of the most remote and idyllic locations in the Southwest.
Zion National Park showcases soaring canyons, impressive hiking trails and beautiful waterways, all colored by the mesmerising pink-, red- and white-hued rocks that the park is famous for.
A natural amphitheater formed by centuries of erosion, Bryce Canyon National Park is filled with hoodoos - dramatic rock spires that glow red, orange and white in the glaring sun.
Controversially created in the 1960s, Lake Powell is now a popular holiday destination, consisting of 96 water-filled canyons, 3,150 km of shoreline and endless red-hued canyon walls.
Red-hued sandstone buttes rise strikingly from the earth in Monument Valley, the setting of many a western and home to the Navajo Nation Reservation.
Words don't do justice to the Grand Canyon, a stunning 1.5 km deep gorge formed by over six million years of erosion from the Colorado River.
To witness the roll of the dice, the brightness of the lights and the general ostentatiousness of Las Vegas is a quintessential American experience.
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