Some of the very best travel values of the year can be found right in your own “back yard” – the Americas. So, if you’re in need of a relaxing tropical escape, want the travel experience of a lifetime exploring one of the world’s most iconic archeological sites, or just prefer to get out immerse yourself in Mother Nature’s grandeur, there so much to explore throughout North, Central, and South America.
Keep in mind that the Americas span such a large area of the globe – all the way from the Arctic to the icy fringes of Antarctica – so you really should have a game plan when it comes to choosing where to go.
First, decide what type of travel experience you would like to have. Is there a particular city or country that interests you? Does getting back to nature suite you? If so, why not check out nature’s crown jewels at a National Park such as Banff in Canada or Yellowstone in the U.S. If chasing an endless summer is more your style, there are plenty of fantastic beachside getaways in both Mexico and in Costa Rica waiting to welcome you. And for the ultimate mountain adventure in South America, Peru’s towering Machu Picchu receives our vote for the most outstanding archeological site on the continent.
You could spend a lifetime exploring the America’s and never see the same place twice. That’s all the more reason why you should contact your local travel professional. They’ll not only handle all the tedious, time-consuming details of planning your trip, but will also help you get the most value for your vacation dollars.
Safe & Happy Travels!
This esteemed client, who had insisted for months that his passport was valid, was trying to board a flight, with his family of six (6), from Wisconsin to JFK and their connection to Venice, Italy, to start a long planned 12-night Mediterranean cruise. I wanted to shout back, "what do you want me to do about that" but of course I didn't; I advised him to use his driver's license and board his flight to NY. Once in NY he could get to the passport office on Hudson Street, in Lower Manhattan and hope that they would renew his passport in a few hours.