Captivating Cultures &
ROUTE 66 HIGHWAY
Answer the call of the open road on U.S. ROUTE 66 — America’s Main Street, stretching from Chicago to Los Angeles across miles paved with Americana, history, and folklore. Cut your own path through the heartland, with each slice of American life tasting sweeter than the last.
The Mother of All Road Trips
Get the true Seattle experience with a visit to Pike Place in the Public Market Center. There’s no shortage of fantastic food and fresh fare, from fish-n-chips to famous coffees to regional specialties like clam chowder and baked goods. Delish!
Explore the spirit of the Southwest in Utah’s Monument Valley on a 4-wheel-drive adventure with a Navajo guide. Get close to millions of years of nature’s carved sandstone cliffs, arches, and monumental valleys.
In Nashville, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and RCA Studio B where country and the King of Rock-n-Roll, Elvis Presley and the legendary Dolly Parton recorded timeless hits. Take your reserved seat and tap your feet at the world-famous Grand Ole Opry!
Get Country in Music City
Visit the Kentucky Horse Park where tradition and excellence grows on the bluegrass hills of Lexington. Here, the run for the roses began for champions Man o’ War and Secretariat.
Horse Around in Kentucky
Satisfy your hankering for Louisiana French and Cajun cuisine with beignets, hurricanes, and shrimp and grits in New Orleans. As Hank Williams crooned — jambalaya, crawfish pie, and fillet gumbo make for big fun on the bayou!
Big Fun in
The Big Easy
Step into the middle of American history in Washington DC. See the White House and Capitol Hill, and visit awe-inspiring sites of the nation's capital like the Lincoln and National WWII memorials and the Washington Monument.
Tis the season to fall in love with autumn again on a fall foliage tour through Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Warm your heart with the yellow and red extravaganza of amazing autumn auburns and gold. We can already smell the hot apple cider!
Something fishy is going on in Maine… where lobstermen and fishing captains carry on the timeless traditions of generations on the Eastern Seaboard. Crack open lobster, steam mussels and clams, and nibble on corn on the cob at a Maine lobster bake in Bar Harbor.
Get misty eyed on a cruise beside the spectacular and thunderous Niagara Falls. Set your heart a flutter with a visit to the nearby Butterfly Conservatory, Great Gorge Adventure, Botanical Gardens, Niagara Parks Greenhouse, or a ride on an aerial cable car.
Take The Plunge
Pull up a chair and get sweet on maple syrup at a sugar-cabin dinner in Québec. Learn about the history of making maple syrup and enjoy a menu that features some maple-inspired cuisine.
A Sticky Situation
Look skyward for eagles flying overhead on a ferry from Vancouver to exquisite Vancouver Island. Stroll the stunning paths of Butchart Gardens and linger on the beautiful British boulevards of Victoria.
JASPER NATIONAL PARK
Board the Ice Explorer to explore the Columbia Icefield on glacial terrain measuring 750 feet thick. Top off your day with an afternoon float trip on the Athabasca River.
With a saddle for a pillow and a campfire for a stove, the tradition of good old-fashioned frontier food is found in Calgary, Alberta. Barbecue beef and chicken are the meat behind the story—with all the fixins to taste like home on the range.
Explore the iconic ports of Anchorage and Valdez—so vital to the survival of Alaskan civilization and trade. Cruise on the Gulf of Alaska for spectacular marine wildlife sightings!
The hearty people of Alaska share their hearty culinary traditions—from Chinook salmon to King crab legs, to berry cobbler and Akutaq ice cream. In the tradition of Native Alaskans, you’ll also find rich game meats, including reindeer sausage!
Cruise across magnificent Prince William Sound on the Gulf of Alaska. Explore the 3-mile face of the mighty Meares Glacier to watch for otters, seals, whales, and spectacular ice shows.
Grass skirts, swaying music, sizzling seafood, and sweet concoctions are in store in the classic celebration of the Luau.
The Island of Kona is meant to be explored—whether below the sea with a coral reef snorkel cruise or along the coastline with a helicopter ride above an active volcano.