We love America and want to share it with you. Whether you are an old Yankee or from someplace else nice in the world our goal is to show you the best of the U.S. and Canada. Here are a few of our favorite places.
If you're visiting Wyoming you must take a few extra days and visit Colorado. One of the best trips you'll ever experience is your Colorado vacation. Colorado is state that makes an impression on you and can be a life changing experience.
The American South seems like a different planet from the American West, but for anyone that wants to get a true understanding of the U.S. they must visit both places. The South is defined best in the state of Georgia. Georgia travel is hotter than ever, but still not so crowded that you can't enjoy the laid back pace of the region. From friendly people to charming towns Georgia and the South has something for everyone.
California is the place dreams are made. From the movies to the mountains California inspires. If you've never been to Yosemite or to San Francisco you're missing something. The tourism in California has never been better and the travel industry is ready for you. From simple trips to elaborate ones California will fulfill you.
Another magical place is Oregon. This state is the outdoor person's ideal travel destination. With breathtaking coastlines to green mountains Oregon tourism is a great adventure. Make sure to visit the eco friendly city of Portland or tour the wine country. You can even enjoy the desert after you've had enough of the foggy cliffs and mountain hiking.
Arizona is a beautiful and amazing state that changes constantly as you travel her roads. From the majestic Grand Canyon to the hip town of Scottsdale, to deserts and forest there is something for every outdoor lover and seeker of adventure.
Hiking in North America
If you love hiking, or are planning your first trekking adventure you'll benefit from our hiking blog. Our sister hiking website is updated almost daily and contains the best tips on getting the most from your outdoor experience. Check it out and feel free to link to it from your travel blog.
Photo Credits: Panorama of Wyoming by Ronnie Howard; Oregon Coast by Brian Michelsen