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From the magic in Orlando, to the beauty of Canada, head here for experiences you will never forget!

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  • Head to Arctic Canada and take a walk on the wild side deep in the heart of polar bear country! Meet polar bears face-to-face and view beluga whales whilst staying in remote lodges on Canada’s Hudson Bay Coast.

  • Take an American road trip! Hit the iconic Route 66 and finish up in Santa Monica, or take a trip from San Francisco to Las Vegas – driving down the Big Sur and visiting the idyllic Carmel, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles along the way.

  • Hire a bike at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco and cycle over the iconic Golden Gate Bridge into the harbour-side village of Sausalito. Here you can have lunch, try the delicious ice cream, and then hop on the ferry to bring you back to the city!

The best time to visit these places will all depend on what you want to do when you are there and if you are working to a budget! Canada’s weather varies greatly between each season and is great all year-round depending on what you want to do – for example winter for skiing or summer to see grizzly bears outside of hibernation. Las Vegas weather is most moderate between March to May and September to November, and the best time to go to New York is April to June and September to early November, when the weather is pleasant and the crowds are smaller!


The great outdoors of Canada cannot be missed, brimming with spectacular scenery and a wildlife watching paradise. Endless epic sights from the Niagra Falls and the Rocky Mountains, breath-taking coastlines from Newfoundland in the east to Vancouver Island in the West, and magical cities like Quebec and Montreal. You can go skiing in Banff, see grizzly bears in the wild or canoe around the Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park.



Las Vegas is a must-see destination and unlike no other place on the planet! Prepare for a sensory overload with bright lights, super-casinos, glitzy shows and waltzing fountains, all in the middle of the desert landscape. The 24-hour strip is home to luxury hotels, gourmet restaurants and vibrant nightlife, so whether you are here to play poker, party from dusk-till-dawn or get married in a little wedding chapel, Sin City will not disappoint.

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Head to the glitz and glamour of LA, or the City of Angels, for boutique shopping, iconic beaches and A-list people watching. Soak up the Californian sunshine and visit the Hollywood Hills and Venice Beach, or release you inner-child at Disneyland Resort or Universal Studios. Relax and enjoy the glittering cityscapes after hitting the shops and strolling down the famous Rodeo Drive in Beverley Hills.

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Fly to the Big Apple and experience the city that never sleeps! Watch a show on world-famous Broadway, take a stroll through Central Park, ice skate at the Rockefeller Centre, hop on a ferry to the Statue of Liberty, or take in the views at the top of the Empire State Building – the list is endless. A city with four distinct seasons, there’s never a bad time to visit. Don’t miss neighbourhoods such as SoHo and Greenwich Village for cocktail bars and laid-back boutiques.



Head to Orlando for a magical fun-filled family holiday in the theme park capital of the world! Meet all of your favourite characters in Disney’s Magic Kingdom, ride the aqua coasters in Volcano Bay, or head to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. With supersized shopping malls, great golf courses, awe-inspiring shows and fairy tale fantasies, holidays to Orlando create lifelong memories.



This offbeat city is home to beautiful open spaces, idyllic harbour-side towns and fascinating neighbourhoods, all with their own distinct character. Hire a bike and cross the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, head to buzzing Fisherman’s Wharf to try the fresh clam chowder or take a boat to Alcatraz Island. San Francisco is also a great base for exploring California’s stunning wine country, the famous Napa Valley.

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