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From East to West, there are so much to discover. New York, los Angeles, Grand Canyon, Miami are only some of those iconic destinations. We are here and ready to help you create the perfect experience for your guests.

East Coast


From the landing at Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts, by European settlers in the 17th century, to the battles for independence in the Revolutionary War to the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, the United States of America began in the cities and towns of the East Coast. Boston and Philadelphia, in particular. While this part of the country has much of the nation's early history, it also strikingly modern and features the country's biggest and most bustling cities; New York City and Washington, DC.

In comparison to the popular destinations in the western USA, the destinations of the East are relatively near one another, making it possible to visit them in one trip. But note that each area, particularly New York City and New England, are ideal as stand-alone itineraries. 

West Coast

Best Times: April - October.

From celebrity-filled Los Angeles and neon-lit Las Vegas to the abundant natural wonders of the Grand Canyon and many state and national parks, the western United States has something for every type of traveler. If you traveled all the way to your next West Coast vacation, you’d guarantee yourself an incredibly good time. Ever since Balboa first gazed at the Pacific Ocean, people have been making their way out this rich and varied land. From the California Gold Rushers to the workers who put the last spike on the transcontinental railroad, they’ve understood the unique qualities that only this area has to offer. West Coast trips can include every climate and type of town, from the rain-soaked hipster lifestyle in Portland to the best weather in the world in San Diego, with plenty of variety in between.


Best Times: January - May and September - December.

The South is both a geographical location and a way of life. A distinct culture of music, cuisine, and easy-going people define the South, but the region has been booming in recent years thanks to cities like Atlanta, Charlotte, Austin, and Tampa. From mountains to beaches, bayous to bustling cities, the Southern USA offers distinctive southern vacation ideas and itinerary suggestions to destinations rich in history, cuisine, culture, and music. So join us for a journey of great southern travel and discovery from swamps to spas, alligators to antebellum mansions. Southern vacations have something for everyone; enjoy the thrill of family theme parks and the culture of our historic villages, go wild at our endless music festivals, and feel the thunder of NASCAR racing.

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