Welcome to the land of the free and the home of the brave, the neon light nation where the food, fun and adventure are all served extra-large. North America has drawn big dreaming travellers for hundreds of years. It’s that classic mix of world-class national parks, iconic Hollywood highlights and the call of the open road.

For a limited time, we’re offering 2-for-1 on select North America trips. You book one spot, and we’ll throw in one for free. All you have to do is book before 20 August. Solo travellers will get up to 40% OFF, depending on the departure they choose. Check the full terms and conditions for more details. 

 

Trips at 2-for-1 

Use promo 20135 to redeem our BOGO promotion on the departures below. Want to take one of these adventures solo? No problem. Take 40% OFF our USA and Canada Express trip using promo code 20159 and 30% OFF our Best of America Reverse using promo code 20158.

USA & Canada Express

 

Best of America 

 

Trips at 40% off

No promo code required on these departures. Click on the trip to see the reduced price.

New York to New Orleans

 

San Francisco to Seattle

 

Hawaiian Highlights

 

Wild Alaska

 

Destination guide

Monument Valley

Grand Canyon

San Francisco

Bryce Canyon

New York City

Alaska

New Orleans

Hawaii

Lake Powell

Looking for a day tour?

Urban Adventures offers over 40 different tours in North America that will let you get off the beaten path within any of the major cities. With tours as short as a few hours or even a full day and regular departures there is nothing holding you back from having the Best.Day.Ever.

A little North American inspiration 

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