U.S. Tours & Travel Packages 2024, 2025

Our U.S. & Canada tours offer a unique blend of breathtaking scenery of our national parks and nation’s landmarks, a celebration of mankind’s ingenuity and the American spirit, and a vast assortment of regional cultures & cuisines. We invite you to join us as our special guest on one of our US & Canada tours.

Below is a list of tour packages departing in 2024.

Scheduled 2024 & 2025 U.S. & Canada Tours

Tour Name Month(s)
Length Info
Alaska Tours May-September 6-8 Days View Tour
Alaska Cruises May-September 8-11 Days View Tour
Tournament of Roses Parade December 5 Days View Tour
Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta October 6 Days View Tour
Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta
(With Balloon Glow)
October 6 Days View Tour
Charleston, Savannah
& Jekyll Island
March-October 7 Days View Tour
Canada & New England Cruise September 10 Days View Tour
Highlights of the Canadian Rockies July 9 Days View Tour
Mount Rainier and Olympic
National Parks
June-September 9 Days View Tour
National Parks of
the Southwest
June-September 9 Days View Tour
New England Rails and Sails September-October 9 Days View Tour
Nova Scotia and Canadian Maritimes July-September 9 Days View Tour
Colorado’s Historic Trains June-September 9 Days View Tour
Autumn in New England and Cape Cod September-October 9 Days View Tour
Yellowstone, Grand Tetons,
and Mount Rushmore
July-September 10 Days View Tour

U.S. Tours: Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best month for a U.S. tour?

There’s no “best” time of year to visit the U.S. because there are so many factors to consider. Different parts of the country have vastly different climates, and you may not want to visit a scorching hot region during the heat of the summer. Because the weather is warmer during the summer, that’s the most popular season for tourism in the U.S.. If you want to avoid large crowds and don’t mind cooler weather, spring and fall are also great times to visit. We offer U.S. tours throughout the year, so you can find a tour that fits your schedule and offers the right itinerary.

How many days do you need for a U.S. tour?

Our USA tour packages vary a lot in terms of length, so the length of your tour depends on which package you choose. Our shortest U.S. tours last for about a week, with our longest tours lasting nearly two weeks. Because the United States is such a large country, each of our tours covers a specific region of the country. If you want to see everything the U.S. has to offer, you may want to consider booking a few of our tours. You can check out specific tour packages to learn more about our U.S. & Europe tours.

What is the dress code in the U.S.?

Visiting the U.S. is great because the country is pretty laid-back as a whole. There’s no strict dress code in the U.S., so you can wear whatever you feel most comfortable in. Because the climate varies so much depending on where you’re at in the country, you should research the areas you’re visiting before packing for your trip. You may want to bring a parka and boots if you’re visiting Alaska, Minnesota or Michigan, but you may not need to pack warm if you’re visiting Texas or Arizona.

Is there a lot of walking involved on a U.S. Tour?

All of our tours — from Iceland tours to United States of America tour packages — involve some amount of walking, but the amount depends on the tour you book. Some of our tours involve more walking than others, so check out each itinerary and contact us if you have any questions or concerns about walking during your tour. We always recommend packing a comfortable pair of shoes that provide support and cushioning for your feet.

What passport & visa information do I need for your U.S. tours?

If you are a U.S. citizen, you do not need a passport for our U.S. tours unlike if you were traveling on one of our Germany tours. For anyone with non U.S. citizenship, you’ll need a valid passport as well as a visitor visa (B-2) before you go. It can take several months for your passport application to be approved — even if you pay for expedited processing — so make sure you’ve secured your passport and determine the visitor visa guidelines before booking one of our vacation tour packages in the USA.

What common languages will be spoken during the U.S. tours?

Unlike many other countries, the U.S. is very different culturally depending on where you’re at in the country. The Southern United States is right near the border of Mexico, which means there’s a higher Spanish-speaking population in these areas. The east coast of the country is closer to Europe, so there are more European immigrants there. On the West Coast, you’ll find more people of Asian descent than in other parts of the country. English is commonly spoken throughout the U.S..

What currency can I use on a U.S. tour?

The U.S. uses the U.S. Dollar as its currency, which can also be found in many other countries throughout the world. You can convert your currency to USD before taking off, or you can use a foreign currency exchange in the U.S. to convert to USD. Whether you’re visiting the U.S. or taking one of our Turkey tours, it’s always nice to have some spending money.

Do I need to bring a converter for the U.S. tour?

There are two types of outlets used in the U.S. — type A and B. If you’re from another country that uses these outlets, you’re good to go. Otherwise, consider investing in an all-in-one converter that lets you use your devices whether you’re in America or on one of our Israel tours.

What is the time zone for your U.S. tours?

There are several time zones in the U.S., so it depends on which of our United States tour packages you choose. There are four time zones in the contiguous United States — Pacific, Mountain, Central and Eastern. There are also different time zones in Alaska, Hawaii and other surrounding areas.

What climate should I expect during my U.S. tour?

The climate in the U.S. varies a lot depending on where and when you travel. The South is extremely warm and sunny during the summer, while the North is often cold and snowy during the winter. Climates also vary a lot depending on the season — even in particularly warm or cold regions.