Where to go in America?
Visit 'Sweet Home Alabama' nestled in the centre of the Deep South within easy reach of Atlanta, Memphis, and New Orleans. Home to legendary singer Hank Williams and W.C. Handy, 'Father of the Blues', Alabama is steeped in music history. North Alabama is also renowned for its amazing scenery of lakes, mountains, canyons and caves and the US Space and Rocket
Center in Huntsville.
Located near the centre of the state, Birmingham is Alabama’s largest city where nightlife is distinguished with southern jazz music and fabulous dining. In Montgomery, visit the starting point of both Americas Civil War and Americas Civil Rights Movement. Mobile in South Alabama is home to Americas first Mardi gras. Across the bay, in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, 32 miles of sugary white sands await you. Enjoy excellent golf on Alabama s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, a collection of 468 holes of championship golf on 11 sites, which were ranked number one, 2, and 38 of the top 50 public golf courses in the US by Golf World readers in 2008. Alabama also offers many more outdoor adventures including gardens, hiking, biking, horse riding, fishing, and bird watching
Colorado invites you to come and be captivated by its western history, world-renowned ski resorts, modern art, famous breweries, wonderful wineries, and the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains; just imagine your perfect holiday hot spot and make it a reality in Colorado. Ten hours flying time from the UK, Colorado is a year-round destination. During the spring, summer and autumn months visitors can experience the vibrant capital city of Denver and explore the four national parks and a World Heritage Site. Take in the scenery on 25 scenic and historic byways, enjoy wine tasting in over 80 vineyards, relax on one of eight historic train rides, or tackle a myriad of excellent outdoor activities. Then in the winter months head to one of the 26 excellent ski resorts where skiing and boarding the world famous Rockies while admiring panoramic vistas of jagged mountain peaks is the norm. Add crisp, blue-sky days and incredibly varied terrain, and it is easy to understand why Colorado attracts more skier and snowboarder visits than any other state in the US. From sky-scraping, snow-capped mountains, to rolling prairies, rushing rivers to desert lands, in Colorado visitors can be sure to experience it all.
Hawaii gives you your money's worth and so much more – whether you are visiting the Islands of Aloha to honeymoon, or to cycle down a volcano, to relax on one of Hawaii's perfect palm-fringed beaches or to watch the humpback whales and dolphins, and surf the giant waves, or to simply shop! Each island offers incredible diversity and beautiful scenery, ranging from active volcanoes set amidst black lava plains, to lush rainforests and waterfalls, as well as uncrowned, pristine beaches. Cowboy 'Panola' ranches are there too, as well as the enormous surfing waves of Oahu's North Shore, which have made Hawaii so famous. If you want to head off the beaten track, Hawaii's rugged inland terrain makes the perfect place for avid trekkers, or those who want to walk on the wild side of the islands.
With its year-round temperate climate and warm seas, Hawaii is perfect for all water sports activities, including scuba diving and snorkeling. Any time is the perfect time to visit the Hawaiian Islands. The cultural mix of island people is reflected in the music, elaborate dances, fantastic food, and above all the warm spirit of 'Aloha' that sets Hawaii apart from other holiday destinations. Live Aloha, now more than ever and you will not be disappointed!
Kansas has always been a crossroads for explorers, a distinctive place where land and cultures meet. Many important trails during America's historic westward expansion passed through Kansas a stopping place in these epic journeys.
Today, travelers encounter authentic frontier and western cowboy activities, nostalgic towns, unique ecosystems, and interesting cultures that surround the nation's finest farm and ranch land. Eleven scenic byways and historic trails zigzag you to stunning places. The Flint Hills National Scenic Byway will place you in the largest remaining native stand of tall grass prairie in America...while the internationally significant Wetlands and Wildlife National Scenic Byway is the place to experience
Masses of sand hill cranes and pelicans, bald and golden eagles, shorebirds, ducks, geese, and whooping cranes. Perfect to relax, unwind, and rejuvenate.
A Kansas trip successfully blends historic with current, the Kansas Cosmo sphere and Space Center in Hutchinson is rapidly becoming the most comprehensive space museum in existence, whereas the Sternberg Museum of Natural History in Hays recreates the days of Kansas 88 million years ago.