Take off on a Big Adventure; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE; Tour North America and Experience Life in Widescreen

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Take off on a Big Adventure; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE; Tour North America and Experience Life in Widescreen


ADVENTURE is knocking - beckoning world travellers west to North America, nature's greatest temple.

And even the most hardcore American urbanites can't help but stop and gawp when confronted with the natural beauty of their homeland.

From red-rock deserts and lush tropical rainforests to the iconic crags of the Grand Canyon, this stunning part of the world is teeming with sights that will take your breath away.

North America's energetic cities need no introduction and are the icing on a culture-laden cake, offering an incredible smorgasbord of heritage and memorable experiences.

Stand amid the blinking lights of Times Square, sway along to the blues in New Orleans, follow the Mayflower pilgrims to Massachusetts, or yell 'yahoo!' at the Calgary Stampede.

Endlessly fascinating and utterly addictive, to explore North America is to experience life in widescreen.

One of the easiest ways to turn a North American travel dream from 'wish I could' to 'glad I did', is to book on to an affordable escorted tour departing in 2020.

The best tour designers curate plenty of 'wow' moments into each itinerary, giving guests privileged access to special anniversaries, events and bucket-list experiences.

For example, you could join a tour headed to the Jasper Dark Sky Festival - a chance to power down, look up and listen to talented experts who will explain the wonders of the highly visible heavens.

Jasper National Park, a Dark Sky Preserve, is an ideal spot for stargazing - and this international event always sells out quickly.

Or how about celebrating the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's arrival in the pilgrims' North American base at Plymouth, Massachusetts, before touring New England? Step aboard the Mayflower II, a full-scale reproduction of the tall ship, and explore the 17th-century English village where there are live demonstrations of blacksmithing, farming and cooking.

More than 30 million people can trace their ancestry to the 130 pilgrims who landed there in 1620. Another fabulous option for 2020 is the extraordinary Calgary Stampede. Known as the greatest outdoor show on earth, this celebration of the Old West brings to life the days of cowboys, Indians, broncobusters and frontier life with entertainment and exhibits, great food, world-famous chuckwagon horse races and rodeo. …

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