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USA Tour Packages

Many of the tours packages you find here feature unique travel activities that you are not likely to find anywhere else. If a country is not listed below, it is because we have not found any travel package there that are really out of the ordinary - we will keep searching. Click on the country name to see the tour packages there.
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California Trekking and Wine Tour (10 Days)
Experience the 10-day tour over wine country of California hiking inn to inn. Walk from San Francisco to Sonoma, going over the Golden Gate Bridge, and through Sausalito, Muir Woods, and Point Reyes.

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USD 3300 - 3500 / Per person
Hiking & Trekking
Food & Wine
Duration: 10 days
Season: January - December
California

Explore San Francisco and Sausalito Village, California
This 5 day trekking vacation beautifully combines city elegance of San Francisco with fabulous hikes across the Golden Gate Bridge, Mount Tamalpais and historic village of Sausalito.

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USD 1225 - 1300 / Per person
Hiking & Trekking
Duration: 5 days
Season: January - December
California

California Trekking and Wine Tour (6 Days)
Enjoy this six day trek vacation experiencing the Wine Country of California on foot and enjoying the luxuries of delicious meals, fine wines, and first class lodging.

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USD 1975 - 2100 / Per person
Hiking & Trekking
Food & Wine
Duration: 6 days
Season: January - December
California

San Francisco Bay and Islands Trekking Tour, California
On this 7-day walking vacation you will experience the vibrant history of San Francisco and explore its beautiful bay and Alcatraz, as well as Angel Islands, without traffic, taxis or tour buses.

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USD 2350 - 2700 / Per person
Walking Tours
Hiking & Trekking
Duration: 7 days
Season: January - December
California

Sausalito to Point Reyes Runner's Trekking Tour, California
This 5 day runner's vacation traverses the beautiful trails of Marin County and Mt. Tamalpais, "Arguably the world's best trail running." Of course these trails are beautiful to hike as well!

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USD 1100 - 1200 / Per person
Hiking & Trekking
Duration: 5 days
Season: January - December
California

Sonoma Valley Runner's Trek, California
This 5-day runner's vacation is designed for the serious runner who also wants wine country luxury and pampering. Gorgeous Sonoma County is a perfect spot to experience excellent running trails.

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USD 1600 - 1850 / Per person
Hiking & Trekking
Food & Wine
Duration: 5 days
Season: January - December
California

Napa Valley Wine Tasting Trek, California (5 Days)
Enjoy this 5-day perfect food and wine vacation, hiking inn to inn over the beautiful Napa Valley, visiting world-class wineries and restaurants of California.

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USD 1850 - 2050 / Per person
Hiking & Trekking
Food & Wine
Duration: 5 days
Season: January - December
California

Alaska Hiking and Rafting Trip (10 Days)
A special adventure of multi-sport diversity - alpine hiking, glacier walking, whitewater rafting & sea kayaking. An unforgettably active tour with a guarantee of Alaskan experience like no other!

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USD 3225 / Per person
Hiking & Trekking
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
Duration: 10 days
Season: June - August
Alaska

Family Camping Vacation: Rafting on Salmon River, Idaho
If you are looking for a river rich in history with a variety of boating options, hiking, and relaxation, the Main Salmon River is a wonderful choice.

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USD 720 - 1620 / Per person
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
Camping
Duration: 2 - 9 days
Season: May - September
Idaho

A Raft Trip Down the Owyhee River, Idaho
The Owyhee desert is one of the most remote regions of the lower 48 states and carving its way through it runs one of the most remote rivers in our great land – the Owyhee River.

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USD 1049 - 1199 / Per person
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
Duration: 3 - 5 days
Season: March - June
Idaho

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Lord of the Flies
I had a haunting sensation I had met the lanky guy behind the cash register before. He looked like he had been hit by a car and dragged a hundred yards. He had scabs on his elbows. He had scabs on his knees. He had scabs on his fingertips. He had scabs on his knuckles. He had scabs on his face. His nose looked like it had been broken in a... read more...

California: Santa Clarita Cowboy Poetry & Music Festival
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Florida: Everglades National Park At The End Of The Road
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A Land of Extremes
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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...

Tacoma, Washington: Chihuly Glass
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