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USA – Things to do

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USA Attractions

Discover hidden secrets, get off the beaten track and above all else, create incredible memories. We love the expansive diversity that is on offer in the USA. For music lovers; immerse yourself with rock 'n' roll, country, jazz and smoky blues in the Deep South. Be witness to some of the most iconic landmarks of New York, Washington DC and even Seattle. Paddle board in Hawaii, Lake Tahoe, Florida or California. Fly a helicopter over the Grand Canyon, jump on the wine train in Napa Valley, learn to line dance, whale watch… the list is endless. Don't let this worry you though as you just need to tell our experts what you want to see and do and we will make it happen.

Road trips

See the USA on two or four wheels – take the iconic Route 66 or cruise the rugged Pacific Coast from Los Angeles to Seattle. With EagleRider, you can hire a motorbike from one of 75 locations countrywide. Either create your own itinerary or join an escorted tour for guidance along the way. Drive on mountain roads and through national parks, Canyonlands and coastlines on the Wild West route, covering Las Vegas and Hollywood.

Cowboys and Ranches

Embrace your inner cowboy on ranch holidays the USA for an authentic Wild West experience. Holiday among the cactus covered peaks of Utah and Arizona and ride horseback through the dusty desert. In the Rockies, weave through deep forests, fascinating rock formations and gushing rivers, getting a feel for life as an all-American cowherder. At Carmel Valley Ranch in California, you can get lost in the vineyard and visit a farmstead.

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Eat, eat, eat

It wouldn’t be a USA holiday without feasting on culinary delights. Whether it’s clam chowder in Boston, a classic hamburger with fries, a Texas BBQ, or a tasty slice of Chicago style deep dish pizza, you’ll be spoilt for choice every mealtime. Snack on bagels in Manhattan or, for a sweeter treat, order a stack of fluffy pancakes. Don’t forget the quintessentially American apple pie, with buttery pastry – or will you choose key lime or pecan?