The USA Tour will perhaps be the most memorable because of the breathtaking view of lights and hues that you will witness against the dark skies. Go on a Northern Lights Hunting trip at Fairbanks to catch a glimpse of the vibrant Aurora Borealis at the night sky. But begin the day with relaxing at the Chena Hot Springs, followed by a trip to Aurora Ice Museum. Visit the Morri-Thompson Cultural Center to take part in a variety of exciting events and pet the friendly reindeer at Running Reindeer Ranch.
Banff National Park is a scenic delight that combines a mountain town and village demarked with exquisite drives, rich wildlife, and glacial lakes. It is Canada’s first national park and the flagship of the nation’s park system.
Moraine Lake – a lake fed by glaciers at the Banff National Park is 14 kilometers from the village of Lake Louise, in Alberta, Canada. It is situated at an elevation of nearly 1,884 meters, in the Valley of the Ten Peaks. The surface area is 50 hectares.
Check out the hundreds of colorful hot springs and geysers at Yellowstone National Park on the USA Tour and watch out for the grizzly bears, gray wolves, bison, and more. Feast your eyes on the Artist’s Point of the Grand Canyon and go rafting at the Yellowstone Lake. Yellowstone National Park spans across 3,500-sq.-miles of wilderness. Right atop a volcanic hotspot, Yellowstone National Park is a recreational area. While the sanctuary majorly lies in Wyoming, it is spread across Idaho and Montana as well.
Savor the ultimate Hawaiian experience at Haleakala Crater, and get an in-depth insight into the devastating WWII at Pearl Harbor. Go on an adventurous hike at the Grand Canyon trails and feast your eyes on the picturesque waterfalls at NaPali Coast. Check out Mauna Loa, the largest volcano in the world, at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and snorkeling at Kaanapali Beach. Explore the lush green Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden and black sand beaches of Waianapanapa State Park.
Whenever someone plans a solo tour it is for sure to have some time alone and explore the places at a specific pace. With due respect to everyone’s concern, we prefer our groups to keep smaller.
Traveling alone can be as exciting as self-motivating in your free-will; you take a break when you want, change your route on your own, eat when hungry, sleep when tired or just keep going without spilling milk.