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USA Vacations

Here are some of the most out-of-the-ordinary USA tours and vacations. Many of these tours feature unique travel activities that you are not likely to find anywhere else. We seek to compile the best of unordinary USA travel packages available. Since in some countries we have not found travel packages really unordinary, these countries were not listed below. Click on the country name to see the tour packages there.
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USA Travel Stories
A Wild Time At Safari West In California’s Wine Country I am falling asleep to the exotic calls of wild animals from the comfort of an authentic safari bush tent. But I am not in Africa. I am about 65 miles north of San Francisco at Safari West in Santa Rosa. Yes. Santa Rosa--the only place in North America where you will find such accommodations. And there are plenty of... Read more >>>
Crab Lake Area Revisited John & I had been waiting for our fall trip for what seemed like forever. Even the thought of the one mile portage in didn't dampen any anticipation. Finally the 8th of September was here! It was a mostly sunny day with a bit of a breeze. Lorin met us at the Burntside boat landing with the towboat. After packing all the gear, fishing... Read more >>>
Florida: Key West/hemingway Home & Museum Ernest Hemingway seems to haunt every part of laid-back Key West. Here, at the literal end of the road, everyone has a story about him. Even the descendents of his own polydactyl cat. Of course, they only meow, but there are 50 to 60 of them living at his former home, which is now a museum and the most popular tourist attraction in town. People come from all over the world to see these heirs,... Read more >>>
For Bear's Eyes, Not Yours Pepper spray in small, fire extinguisher type cannisters is widely touted as non-lethal protection against the slight chance of a bear attack. It has been useful in curbing interest from curious bears, and driven off a few during a mauling. However, there have been no reports of it actually stopping a serious charge. One very large threat, is not from bears but from the spray cannister. Should it... Read more >>>
Seattle, Washington: Carless In Seattle, But Not Sleepless Or Clueless It is possible to spend a night and day in Seattle without a car. You won't even need the services of a cab or bus, though taking the monorail will expand your sightseeing horizons and give you the opportunity to ride the ducks. Comfy Hotel Begin by checking in to the well-located Inn at the Market. It is just across the street... Read more >>>
Mothers And Daughters In The Same Boat In January of this year my mother perused Explorations in Travel's brochure of vacations for women over 40 and told me that she'd like to go on the multi-generational windjammer weekend. I'm not a sailor and I get seasick. I asked my sister if she'd like to go with our mom instead; no, she gets seasick. How about my niece a junior in... Read more >>>
Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Dog-sledding Through Wonderland As our sled races through a white-blanketed expanse, pulled by an eager team of dogs straining to go faster than my husband-musher is permitting, soft snow swishes with abandon into the air. A bit lands refreshingly on the small portion of my face that is still exposed. It doesn't get much better than this. I have a priceless view... Read more >>>
Dancing with Caribou under the Midnight Sun A Women's Journey on Alaska's Kongakut River with Equinox Wilderness Expeditions We've been flying over a seemingly endless range of mountains for more than one-and-half hours -- dark, brooding gray and black ridges, and golden peaks streaked with orange, while dark green swards of green spread across the valleys and sinuously twisting ribbons of water shimmer in the sunlight. In and out of... Read more >>>


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