The Colosseum, Big Ben and the Sydney Opera House may be on the world’s favourite list of beautiful landmarks, but their USA counterparts – both natural and man-made – elevate the concept to a whole new level. The Statue of Liberty, a colossal neoclassical sculpture instantly recognised as the place many Irish immigrants passed on their way to Ellis Island. Philadelphia's ever-popular Liberty Bell is the iconic symbol of American independence. Tour the White House in Washington DC, or see the Lincoln Memorial, commemorating the president who abolished slavery. Mount Rushmore in South Dakota is another awesome memorial where the iconic faces of Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt and Jefferson are carved into the rock face. Few though can match the scale and grandeur of the Grand Canyon – a geological wonder more than a million years in the making. In fact all the National Parks have jaw dropping views and endless opportunities for activity and adventure. Millions of protected acres where bears, bison and elk roam in the wild. Explore the widest canyons, the highest peaks, unspoiled lush green forest and stark deserts. Discover volcanoes, geysers, rock formations in every colour and texture. Head north to Canada and Alaska, and you’ll be rewarded with majestic panoramas that will leave you in awe of nature’s raw power. Everything from the impossibly emerald coloured lakes of the Canadian Rockies to the rugged mountains of Yosemite National Park and the calving glaciers of Alaskian National Park. Whether your interest is in wildlife, architecture, historic monuments or cutting edge museums, we can help you experience America’s natural and man-made wonders in a way that makes you feel part of it.