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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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North America Travel Stories
Travel log for the Living History Camp
Plains Indian life was carried out at 4 levels: the family, the community, the tribe and the society. Everyone agreed that for the general good of the community it is better to give than to receive. Day 1 Arrival in the Laramie airport, or you can be picked up at DIA-Denver airport on a special request. Staying one day in Laramie... read more...

Hawaii: Molokai Mule Ride: View The Natural Beauty Of Hawaii Without Getting Off Your Ass
Eldon "Buzzy" Sproat, the owner of the Molokai Mule Ride, was easy to find with the help of his partner, Roy Horner. Roy described Buzzy, who was standing beside his mule, as "the one with the hat that is not the mule's butt." Sproat bought the operation in 1995, and if ever someone had a business in his genes, it's Buzz. He is a third-generation mule skinner -- his grandfather was a Missouri... read more...

The Vikings came to North America!
The Year 2000 marks the 1000th anniversary of the Viking exploration of North America. At the very northern tip of Newfoundland is a site that preserves this outstanding cultural and historical event - L'Anse aux Meadows. L'Anse aux Meadows is the only authenticated Viking site in North America. It was established 1000 years ago... 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...

Southest Alaska Humpback Adventure
"Can you see it?!" A sea-green surface nearly as smooth as glass stretches off in all directions. Towering spruce trees growing thickly to the water's edge reflect deep green against the jumbled, rocky, shore. A gentle breeze blows chill across your face as you stand frozen with anticipation, your eyes steadily panning the surface... read more...

Discovering a Winter Wonderland in the Canadian Rockies
Crisp, clean air; powdery snow blanketing evergreens, valleys and mountains; crystal clear nights with stars seemingly close enough to touch. These sights await backcountry skiers and dog sledders on the Mountain Shadow Trail. Although best known for it's world-class downhill ski resorts in Bankff, Lake Louise and Jasper, the... 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...

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...