USA: Experience it all

Iconic sights to hidden gems

Tailor-made USA holidays

At Wexas, we pride ourselves on our first-class service and intimate knowledge of our featured destinations. If you're looking to plan a holiday to the USA, our specialists are here help, whether that's putting together the ultimate American road trip, a city-hopping rail holiday or anything in between.

Scroll down tol find our range of USA holidays that delve a little deeper, pairing iconic sights with the road less travelled to bring you the very best of the country's vibrant cities, golden coastlines, majestic wildlife and spectacular national parks. Remember, all of our featured itineraries can be tailored to your individual requirements by our team of USA experts. Have a browse, then get in touch. We're here to help you plan your ultimate stateside adventure.

Highlights of the American West Road trip

Highlights of the American West

Price from £2,620 pp
Driving between San Francisco and Las Vegas, this curated road trip takes in the beauty of Yosemite National Park, austere Death Valley and the ever-spectacular Grand Canyon.
Highlights of the American West Road trip

All-American Music Tour

Price from £2,435 pp
When it comes to American music, all roads lead to the Deep South. This fly-drive celebrates the very best of the region's musical heritage, from soulful blues and brassy jazz to riverboat calliopes and gospel choirs.
Washington & Capital Region Self-Drive Road trip

Washington & Capital Region Self-Drive

Price from £3,115 pp
Starting among the monuments of America's political heartland, this road trip will see you out to the nearby states of Maryland and Virginia, home to beautiful coastlines, endless forests and picturesque national parks.
Highlights of the American West Road trip

Pacific Northwest Self-Drive

Price from £2,860 pp
See America’s rural Northwest on this all-encompassing self-drive. From Seattle, you'll hit the region's most scenic roads, tracing a route between staggering volcanoes, rugged coastlines and bohemian cities.
Highlights of the American West Road trip

Best of the Carolinas & Georgia

Price from £4,085 pp
From atmospheric mountains to pristine beaches, discover a region off the beaten track where incredible natural beauty and vibrant cities set the scene for an unforgettable road trip.
Highlights of the American West Road trip

The Texas Lone Star Road Trip

Price from £2,890 pp
Discover why everything is bigger in Texas, from its world-renowned cities to its iconic landscapes and iconic cowboy ranches, all of which feature on this curated self-drive.

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Get even more inspiration from our articles, ranging from regional guides to first-hand trip reports, where you'll discover insider tips and first-hand suggestion on travel to the USA from our team of destination specialists.

Utah’s natural wonders Destination feature

Utah’s natural wonders


This is the definitive handbook to Utah's natural beauty, featuring both its big-name icons and little-known jewels.
Utah’s natural wonders Blog

Oregon for foodies


Tucked away in America's northwest, Oregon has long been known for its pioneering charm and wild natural world. Discover just how this most lovable of states has given itself over to more genteel attractions, from wine tastings to farmers' market delights.
The heart and history of Alabama Blog

The heart and history of Alabama


Alabama showcases both sides of its mid-20th-century history in equal measure – discover its musical and civil rights history in some of its major cities.
Utah’s natural wonders Blog

Top 10 things to do in the Capital Region


From the memorable monuments of Washington, DC to the beautiful beaches and majestic mountains of Maryland and Virginia, we pick out the ten best experiences in the USA's Capital Region.
Utah’s natural wonders Trip report

Trip report: Northern California


Reporting for Wexas, Claire Benktander drove from San Francisco to the wine regions of Napa and Sonoma. Read her review for an insight into this spectacular road trip.
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Discover Charming Charleston


There is something special, something alluring about Charleston, South Carolina. Perhaps it’s the 18th-century grandeur, the garden-lined charm of its antebellum houses or its spectacular surrounds of white-sand beaches and pristine barrier islands.
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Arizona: beyond the Grand Canyon

Wexas specialist Keely Roberts looks beyond Arizona’s headline-grabbing poster child to discover a rich tapestry of natural beauty, tribal nations and thriving culture. It’s all found among a wild geography of red-rock buttes and cacti-dotted deserts. Indeed, a drive through Arizona is a conversation with Americana itself, and we’ve picked out a few talking points below.

Phoenix

Although the stars above Arizona’s wild remotes might give it a run for its money, the city of Phoenix offers the state’s indisputably brightest lights. As America’s fifth-largest city, it’s a thriving metropolis in the desert, bristling with cultural intrigue. Alongside a full complement of theatres, symphony halls and opera houses, you’ll be treated to some of the finest Southwestern and Mexican food around. Think mouth-watering tamales and tacos. It also invites in the state’s heritage and great outdoors, with the superb Desert Botanical Garden and the excellent Heard Museum, self-described as the world’s preeminent presentation of American Indian art.

Sedona

With its great red sandstone formations piercing the big Arizona sky in a series of cathedral-like spires, it’s no surprise that Sedona has long attracted a near-religious level of reverence. And that’s not just among new-age spiritualists, with Jeep tours, hikes and hot-air balloon rides offering outdoors lovers truly moving views of its otherworldly landscape. Return to the art galleries and gourmet restaurants of its welcoming town, watched over by those omnipresent red cliffs.

Canyon de Chelly National Monument

For five millennia, people have called the rugged gorges of Canyon de Chelly home. And, you’ll quickly see why, with its beautifully barren ochre crags offset with surprising hidden-valley verdure that’s still farmed by the Navajo people to this day. The landmark, 800-foot-tall Spider Rock spire and its rippling canyon surrounds are an obvious highlight, as are the thousand-year-old White House Ruins – ancient dwellings built by Ancestral Puebloans in around 1060 ad – but look a little closer and you’ll discover unique prehistoric rock art, too.

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Quite literally, this is the Old West of the silver screen, with Monument Valley’s towering buttes having starred in everything from The Lone Star Ranger and Billy the Kid to a litany of John Wayne classics. In among these sandstone towers, you’ll also discover Navajo beliefs that exist to this today, with members of the Navajo Nation – America’s largest tribe – offering insightful guided tours. There’s even evidence of the ancient Puebloan people that called this place home centuries ago.

Lake Powell

A labyrinthine series of flooded canyons, Lake Powell’s crisp blue dramatically contrasts with the region’s red rock to create a stunningly Martian landscape. Then, after exploring its rabbit warren of waterways on boating, Jet-Skiing and hiking adventures, there’s plenty more in its surroundings. Glen Canyon Dam is an engineering marvel. Walking through Antelope Canyon’s rippled slot maze is like stepping onto another planet. And, Horseshoe Bend is a natural treasure, where the mighty Colorado River coils back on itself, beset by great, 1,000-foot cliffs.

Scottsdale

Something of an oasis town in the desert, Scottsdale is the perfect end to an Arizona adventure. Here, world-class resorts and spas are on hand to soothe after a few days on the road, while golf courses and a walkable old town of boutiques, restaurants and galleries offer a different kind of therapy. However, if you haven’t quite had your fill of exploration, there’s winding hiking and biking trails along the red-rock buttes of Papago Park

Grand Canyon

As Arizona’s star turn, this UNESCO-listed site and natural wonder of the world needs little introduction. But, it’s worth mentioning that there’s plenty of different ways to appreciate it, depending on your tastes. Drives along its southern rim offer magnificently varied overviews and, perhaps crucially, iconic sunsets. Hikes along the rim – or even strenuous ones to the canyon floor – bring you right among its layered rocks, while helicopter flights offer a full, aerial appreciation of the canyon’s sheer magnitude.

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