The National Park Service has identified spring as the best time to view the incredible waterfalls in Yosemite Valley amidst spring buds and California poppies! The waterfalls are typically teeming with runoff that occurs from snowmelt.
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Day 1: Flight to California Fly into San Francisco and head south to Salinas, CA for dinner and an overnight stay. D Day 2: Monterey Depart for the magnificent Monterey peninsula noted as the greatest meeting of land, sea and sky! Travel along the famous 17-mile drive, one of the most breathtaking coastlines in the… Read more »
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Manhattan is the oldest and the most densely populated of the five boroughs of New York City - The northernmost of the 5 boroughs got its name from the Bronck family who settled there in the early 17th century. Over time The Bronck’s (farm) turned into The Bronx. - Queens is the largest in area, but has the second largest in population.
Day 1: Fly into Boston Fly into Boston for dinner and a 2-night stay. D Day 2: Boston Join our local guide for a full day of exploring historic downtown Boston. So much history and culture in this city, including the Boston Commons, the Paul Revere House and the USS Constitution! B, D Day 3:… Read more »
Day 1: Fly into Rapid City, SD D Day 2: Rapid City, SD A local guide will take us to visit Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument and the Black Hills. Travel to Custer State Park featuring 71,000 acres of unspoiled land, pristine lakes and roaming buffalo. Enjoy a Buffalo Safari Jeep Tour into one of the… Read more »
Featuring Boulder, Rocky Mountain National Park and the Greeley Stampede!
Featuring an amazing 280-mile scenic loop in Washington, Idaho and British Columbia encircling the Selkrik Mountain Range. It’s America’s only picturesque Two-Nation Vacation on a multi-national scenic loop!
Join Sunrise Tours on a custom tour of beautiful Iceland, the most sparsely populated country in Europe and home to volcanic splendors and spectacular scenery. Despite its proximity to the Arctic Circle, Iceland benefits from the warming air of the Gulf Stream making summer a delightful time to visit.
The Rocky Mountains roll on for a thousand miles with snowcapped peaks, thick forests and clear glacial lakes. Banff was the first of the Canadian Rockies’ National Parks established in 1885. Join us as we explore this incredibly majestic region.