There’s no shortage of incredible hikes in North America, as any traveller can tell you; the sheer scale and variety of this landscape is as mesmerising as it is rewarding.
Raise a glass! Friday 3rd August is International Beer Day, and who are we to argue with such an important event?
The term 'iconic' is often used with abandon to describe national landmarks; frequently, it does not quite fit with the reality. When it comes to Route 66, however, there are few other words that do it justice.
In a country as large and disparate as the USA, there’s really only one glue that truly holds the nation together, and that’s sport. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Boston Red Sox baseball fan, or passionately support the Dodgers on the other side of the coast, it’s the overall love of the game – whatever that game might be – that makes America...well, America.
With the launch of our brand new cycling tours in California, exploring on two wheels has never been more exciting. Will Hide takes a trip through wine country and discusses why padded bicycle shorts are an absolute must...
From vibrant cities teeming with culture to awe-inspiring landscapes cloaked in near-silence, North America is awash with exciting stories waiting to be discovered.
We’ve rounded up some of our best hikes in the USA’s Southwestern National Parks, including five achievable day hikes, and one epic trail that offers the challenge of a lifetime…so prepare your walking boots, and get inspired!
There's something very special about winter in North America, and the season results in some incredibly beautiful images of cities and iconic landmarks transformed by the extreme weather. Here are ten of our favourite snow-dusted spots...
When it comes to our destinations, the biggest fans out there are the Grand American Adventures staff team. Seasoned travellers with a huge variety of interests, we've got our national park devotees and city slickers; East Coast explorers and West Coast wanderers; camping experts and hotel know-it-alls. So who better to let you in on some of THE best destinations to visit with us?
America: it’s a lot like the rest of the English-speaking world. Except when it’s not. The good thing, if you’re travelling there for the first time, is that you’ll probably have watched a fair amount of US TV. So you won’t giggle too much when you hear the words 'fanny pack' or if a man introduces himself to you and says “Hi, I’m Randy”. (OK, that last one isn’t true: you know you’re going to chortle. Just a bit. But try and be discreet.)