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North America Tour Packages

North America is home to just three countries, Canada, Mexico and the USA; countries known to everyone, if nothing else, from the media and TV. Home to some of the biggest and most developed metropolises in the world, the continent definitely has a lot to offer in ways of culture, from the MET in NYC to the Smithsonian in DC or from Broadway to Hollywood. However that is not the only thing to enjoy in North America, the landscapes and eco diversity is equally interesting, from the near arctic north of Canada to the Grand Canyon to the sunny beaches of Miami and Mexico. For those interested in history, there are several colonial cities still standing and of course the Aztec and Mayan ruins in Mexico.
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The Yucatan Peninsula Archaeology Tour, Mexico
A 10-day voyage over Yucatan Penisula circuit, visiting spectacular Mayan sights, such as Chichen Itza, Uxmal and Calakmul.

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USD 2150 - 2750 / Per person
Archeology/History
Cultural Journey
Duration: 10 days
Season: January - December
Mexico

One Day Fishing Tour in Mexico 10% off.
Los Barriles, Mexico is famous for fishing, much as it is for surfing and kayaking. Come here for a day fishing in the Sea of Cortez and you'll have a good chance to go back with a really great catch.

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USD 65 - 125 / Per person
Fishing
Duration: 1 days
Season: January - December
Mexico

Snorkeling, Fishing and Viewing Marine Life in Mexico 10% off.
Spend an unforgettable vacation in Mexico. Snorkeling, fishing and watching some exciting marine life is what you will enjoy on this 1-day tour in Mexico.

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USD 50 / Per person
Snorkeling
Fishing
Duration: 1 days
Season: January - December
Mexico

Individual Spanish Lessons in Oaxaca, Mexico
Join us in Oaxaca for our individual tailor-made Spanish lessons, offered in cultural settings around the city such as libraries, parks and cafes and the residence where students are staying.

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USD 10 - 15 / Per hour
Language Schools
Spanish
Season: January - December
Mexico

Night of the Radishes: Christmas in Oaxaca, Mexico
On December 23, Oaxaca holds the largest (only)radish carving contest in the world

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USD 2075 - 2375 / Per person
Christmas/New Year Tours
Cultural Journey
Duration: 8 - 9 days
Season: January - December
Mexico

Festival Tour in Mexico: Day of the Dead
Experience Day of the Dead preparations and festivities in Michoacan, visit small communities on the shores of Lake Patzcuaro, visit marigold farmers, see family altars and gravesites.

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USD 2075 - 2375 / Per person
Cultural Journey
Festival Tours
Duration: 10 days
Season: October - November
Mexico

Cultural and Food Tour, Mexico
We will travel to the capital and University City of Xalapa, where we tour a coffee plantation, and have a cooking demonstration, as well as enjoy the music and night life!

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USD 2500 / Per person
Cultural Journey
Food & Wine
Duration: 9 days
Season: February
Mexico

Mexico Gastronomy Tour (10 Days)
An in depth look at the Mayan culture and gastronomy that covers the three southernmost states of Mexico: Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo.

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USD 2500 / Per person
Food & Wine
Cultural Journey
Duration: 11 days
Season: February - March
Mexico

Museums Tour in Mexico
If you're keen on Mexican history, then look no further. We will show you all about it, from pre-Hispanic to vice-royal periods and beyond, plus tell you about Mexico's place in the world's art.

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USD 150 / Per person
Museum Tours
Duration: 1 days
Season: January - December
Mexico

Mexico Cultural Tour: Discover The Textile Traditions
Visit remote weaving communities, learn about ancient weaving, spinning, dyeing traditions, travel with the purple Murex dyers of the Pacific Coast - all this during 10 days.

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USD 2400 - 2700 / Per person
Textile Arts
Cultural Journey
Duration: 10 - 12 days
Season: February
Mexico

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North America Travel Stories
Mexico's Copper Canyon: Adventure and Discovery
A lot has happened in Mexico's Copper Canyon area since it pyroclastic origin some twenty five million years ago. Great mountains rose in a fiery display of smoke and ash. Torrents of rain and wind, cut deep slashes in the raising igneous colossus that we now know as the Sierra Madre, to form immense canyons. Some eleven or twelve thousand years ago, the first humans arrived, migrating bands of... read more...

The Red Garden
There is a valley near the base of Pikes Peak known since the mid-19th century as the Garden of the Gods. It is a garden not of flowers, but of rock - of kissing camels and stone toadstools and mammoth sandstone walls tilted upward toward the Colorado sky. Travel-writer Ernest Ingersoll once called this garden "a gigantic peep-show in... read more...

Washington, D.C. National World War II Memorial
Finally, after a 59-year wait, the National World War II Memorial was formally dedicated in Washington, D.C. on May 29, 2004. Symbolic of the 20th century's defining event, it is positioned on the Mall's central axis in a strategic, and scenic, location between the Washington Monument (a symbol of the country's 18th-century founding) and the Lincoln Memorial (a symbol of the 19th-century... read more...

Galveston, Texas: Historic Houses
Located on the southeastern coast of Texas just under an hour's drive from Houston, Galveston Island's historic houses offer an absorbing window into the past. Learn the sad story of this town's devastating loss in 1900 with a viewing of "The Great Storm" (Pier 21... read more...

Killer Passage On a Mothership
Mothers kayaking with Killer Whales in the Straits of British Columbia Water dripped off my cheek--was it a tear, or the spray from the whale's blowhole? As we paddled next to the Orca whales, clicking and squeaking sounds surrounded us whenever the six ton mammals surfaced in the water nearby., The majestic male bull led in front with his immense dorsal fin towering five feet above the water.... read more...

Tacoma, Washington: Chihuly Glass
No longer hidden in the shadow of Seattle and Mt. Rainier, Tacoma is, like Cinderella with her missing slipper, bringing attention to itself with glass. A visit to the city is worthwhile if just to see its new Museum of Glass, opened in 2002. The museum's ultra modern architecture features a roof anchored on one side by a sea of... read more...

Gold...
In the ancient language of Sanskrit it was called Jval. Deep in the red clay mine pits of Peru they called it Oro. Mankind has always had a thing for shiny metals... The colors of polished gold, silver and copper are indeed quite beautiful. Imagine yourself gazing into the first hand held mirror of polished gold, thousands of years ago, and... read more...

New York: Cruise To Upstate New York For Mansion Tour
What's not to love about New York City? At least at first. But after you've been visiting this vibrant metropolis for a while and start finding yourself getting worn down by the constant movement, consider taking a break with a relaxing cruise upstate to visit the Hudson Valley-land of mansions. You don't even need a car for this... read more...