Where to go in the USA
List of regions
Lining most of America’s Pacific west, California offers stunning coastal drives, vibrant cities and a veritable plethora of natural attractions all washed down with some real culinary delights.
Between historic Boston, and idyllic Cape Cod of Massachusetts, the bucolic lands of Vermont and culture-rich Rhode Island, there's so much to see in the north-east of America. Relaxation, road trips and warm hospitality are all prominent features – take advantage of all three with a luxury holiday.
America's great national parks are a genuine highlight for many visitors to the US. The Grand Canyon is one of the wonders of the natural world, while majestic Yellowstone is widely regarded as the oldest national park in the world.
When most people think of New York, it's the skyscrapers of Manhattan that immediately spring to mind, but the Empire State has so much more to offer than the exciting streets of its eponymous major city.
Made up of southern states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee, the Deep South is one of the most distinctive parts of the USA.
The American West has long seized the imagination of people around the world, thanks to region's association with the silver screen, from early days of Wild West cinema to the stars that today grace the red carpets of Hollywood premieres.
The ancient Rockies offer a breathtaking array of outdoor experiences, from the expansive Wyoming Plains and deep river canyons of Idaho to the towering mountains of Colorado and ...
Discover the best of Florida with a luxury, tailor-made holiday. From road trips to vacation homes, you could discover the beaches on the Gulf Coast, the lively arts scene or any one of the famous attraction parks.
The vast wilds of Alaska are a story of pristine waterways, calving glaciers, towering mountain peaks that stretch on for an eternity, and forests filled with massive grizzly bears feasting on salmon.
The Great Lakes is home to more than one in five Americans and can lay claim to being one of the most 'American' parts of the US. Located around one of the largest groups of freshwater lakes on earth ...
Pennsylvania is a mostly rural patchwork of dairy and produce farms, interspersed with forests, waterways and small towns - in all it's a region full of American history, beautiful scenery and varied recreation.
The Carolinas are an area of immense natural beauty, with a brilliant coastline filled with delightful beach resorts and an interior of rural farming lands and charming towns and cities, filled with history, culture and much more besides.
The Pacific Northwest states of Washington and Oregon are home to some of North America's most rugged and spectacular terrain, as well as two of the most forward-thinking cities, Portland and Seattle, both surrounded by soaring mountains ...
Immerse yourself in the authentic American experience by visiting the Capital Region. From the memorable monuments of Washington, DC to the beautiful beaches and majestic mountains of Maryland and Virginia, history and natural beauty abound.
By any stretch Texas is big. By far the largest of the 'lower states', it stretches 1000 miles across and even longer north to south. Its past as an independent nation has given Texans a sense of pride and freedom, evident by the state flag that still bears the Lone Star, emblem of the Republic.
Hawaii lies scattered across the Pacific like a series of emeralds. 2,000 miles from the USA, they take a bit of effort to access but the rewards are immense.