Why travel to North and South America?

Picture yourself exploring New York; not just the major sights and attractions; you’re going deep inside the city, discovering the places only locals know about, experiencing unique traditions and tasting the flavours (anyone for Ben & Jerry’s?). Now you’re in Canada’s Banff, soaking up the sensational scenery, mingling with the locals and dining on delicious Canadian cuisine. Pop over to South America’s Peru and see yourself lunching with a Peruvian family, immersed in the city’s atmosphere and delving into its colonial past.

If you’ve ever dreamed of not only seeing North and South America, but truly experiencing it, a Trafalgar guided holiday is for you.

The USA – States of Diversity

The United States of America is home to 50 unique and diverse states – each with something completely different to offer. From legendary New York – the city that never sleeps – and the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas, to the mesmerizing landscape of the Canyonlands and National Parks – you’re sure to fall in love with at least one of them!

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American Pop Culture

People love celebrities, movies, TV and music – and where better to immerse yourself in it all than America! There’s no denying American pop culture is hugely influential the world over; and it’s no wonder people flock to soak up the bright lights, energy and exhilarating momentum of Hollywood and Vegas, the entertainment capitals of the world. Experience for yourself where all the magic happens…and keep an eye out for those celebs!

Beautiful Canada

From the snow-capped peaks of Whistler and Alberta’s picturesque Lake Louise, to the Rocky Mountains and enchanting Maritimes, the expanse of Canada’s natural beauty is unrivalled worldwide. Though it offers plenty more than its impressive great outdoors, the spectacular natural wonders and array of outdoor activities are some of the best reasons have a holiday in Canada.

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Food, Glorious Food!

From beloved soul food to organic delights, if you like to eat, you’ll love the unbelievably diverse food served up in North and South America. Delectable local specialties abound wherever you travel; try the clam chowder in San Francisco, be tempted by street food in New York and don’t miss the tamales in Peru – just to name a few!

Life in Full Colour

The incredible vibrancy of life in South America is infectious – the people, their clothes, the food and the sights are bursting with colour. Be it the natural beauty of waterfalls and jungles, the traditional woven fabrics in market stalls or the fiery red of a flamenco dress – there’s never a dull moment in this most colourful continent.

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Iconic Sights and Attractions

North and South America are dotted with famous sights and attractions to tick off your Bucket List, many of which are World Heritage Sites. From Times Square to Niagara Falls to Machu Picchu, the list of amazing things to see and do on your holiday in North and South America is incredible. There are more opportunities to experience history, art and culture than you can probably fit in – but you’ll have fun trying!

In USA and Canada, stroll the Hollywood Walk of Fame then head out on the exciting new Best of the West tour through California, Nevada and Arizona. Or, get your fill of beaches, shopping, and theme parks on the new Family Experiences, Florida Fun ‘n’ Sun guided trip!

Our new South America tours have something for everyone; uncover ancient archaeological sites and grand treasures on In the Footsteps of the Incas, see the inspiring cultures of Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru on the Icons of South America tour, visit the “Avenue of the Volcanoes” and Cotopaxi National Park on the Colourful Trails of Ecuador and marvel at volcanoes, stunning views, and tiny towns on Peru’s Andean Explorer.

Visit Trafalgar.com to browse our exciting range of North and South America itineraries.

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