USA Escorted Tours & Guided Holidays

Escorted Tours & Guided Holidays to USA

What are the highlights of the USA?

Land of the Free, Home of the Brave, Uncle Sam – the USA has more names than there are regions within its borders. From the verdant vineyards of Virginia to the luscious lakes of New England, this is a country of staggering natural beauty and a wealth of cultural complexities that fascinate everyone who travels here. The best way to get a handle on its heritage is to take an escorted tour of the USA, and you can be sure that Travelsphere is more than ready to help on that front. Whether you’re a music lover looking to make a pilgrimage to the gates of Graceland or a history buff wanting to spend some quality time at the Little Bighorn Battlefield site, we have tours appealing to all your interests and needs. Whatever you want from an escorted tour of the USA, trust Travelsphere to help make your American dream come true.

What is a guided holiday in America like?

If you’re ready for the trip of a lifetime, Travelsphere can certainly deliver with guided tours of America. Because we cover a multitude of states, everyone from wildlife enthusiasts to scenery seekers can enjoy themselves on our package holidays. Weather and climate are also part of our eclecticism: we can show you the snows of Alaska as easily as we can the warmer climes of California. Browse our hand-crafted USA tours for a better idea of how Travelsphere brings out the best of this beautiful land!

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Featured Escorted Tour Holidays to United States

  1. Best of the West

    Take in the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles and Las Vegas, and marvel at the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon and Yosemite National Park.
    • Return flights
    • 12 nights hotels of a great quality plus 1 night in flight
    • 7 meals: 6 breakfasts and 1 dinner
    14 days from
  2. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, USA

    Best of the West with San Francisco Add-on

    Enjoy travelling around the West of America - from the cities of LA, San Diego and Las Vegas to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon and Yosemite National Park. At the end of your tour, spend time in the beautiful city of San Francisco and discover more of the sights at your own pace.
    • Return flights
    • 14 nights hotels of a great quality plus 1 night in flight
    • 7 meals: 6 breakfasts and 1 dinner
    16 days from
  3. The Best of the Deep South - Nashville, Memphis & New Orleans

    Take a toe-tapping journey through America’s music history. From Nashville to New Orleans and Elvis to BB King, this exhilarating tour has it all.

    • Return flights
    • 10 nights in hotels of a great quality plus 1 night in flight and 8 meals
    12 days from
  4. The Best of the Deep South - Mardi Gras special departure

    From Nashville to New Orleans, from Johnny Cash to Elvis - take a toe-tapping journey through America's Deep South, culminating in the world-famous Mardi Gras

    • Return flights
    • 10 nights in hotels of a great quality plus 1 night in flight and 8 meals
    12 days from
  5. National Parks of United States of America

    Epic Wonders of the National Parks

    Marvel at the jaw-dropping scenery in nine of America’s national parks on this incredible adventure through seven different states.

    • Return flights
    • 15 nights in great quality hotels, 1 night in flight
    • 17 meals: 15 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner
    17 days from
  6. Epic Wonders of the National Parks with Las Vegas Add-on

    Be wowed by the scenery in nine of America's national parks on this incredible adventure, through seven different states before spending time in the neon-lit city of Las Vegas.
    • Return flights
    • 17 nights in great quality hotels plus 1 night in flight
    • 19 meals: 17 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner
    19 days from
  7. Highlights of New England

    Discover the splendours of New England, from historic Boston and charming Cape Cod to Martha’s Vineyard and beautiful Maine.

    • Return flights
    • 8 nights in great quality hotels plus 1 night in flight
    • 9 meals included
    10 days from
  8. New England, Canada & New York in The Fall

    Marvel at New England’s glorious fall foliage, explore iconic cities and see the spectacular Niagara Falls.

    • Return flights
    • 12 nights in great quality hotels plus 1 night in flight
    • 3 meals
    14 days from

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  1. Niagara Falls

    Top 6 Places to Visit

    The USA is scattered with natural and man-made wonders. Make sure these iconic sights are on your 'must-see' list!

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  2. New England Clam Chowder

    Clam chowder is a quintessential coastal comfort food - a creamy, hearty soup brimming with tender clams, potatoes and a medley of aromatic herbs, providing a delightful taste of the sea. We’ve put together a recipe for this great dish that we’re sure you’ll fall in love with.

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  3. Expert insights from Holiday Director Jackie

    Holiday Director Jacqueline O'Donoghue has led Travelsphere groups all around the world, but one of her favourite tours is The Best of the Deep South - Nashville, Memphis & New Orleans. We recently caught up with her to see why she loves this tour so much.

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  4. New York’s Hidden Gems

    Think you know NYC? Well, prepare to get excited! Sure, tourists flock to New York – and famous landmarks like the Empire State Building – in their masses; but check out these New York’s hidden gems and have a truly unique Big Apple experience.

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  5. Native Grill

    The DinéHózhó project ‘Native Grill’, is one of the projects we support in partnership with the Planeterra Foundation. Located just outside of Cameron, Arizona, DinéHózhó is a food truck run by a local Navajo family. It aims to provide economic opportunities to communities in Navajo Nation Indigenous-owned businesses connecting them to the tourist industry.

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  6. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

    The Best of West Coast USA

    It’s home to one of the most iconic bridges in the world, one of the most scenic drives in the world and some of the largest trees in the world, the West Coast of America is packed full of natural and man-made wonders.

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  1. Canada

    Viewed worldwide as a kind of modern utopia, Canada boasts an eclectic range of landscapes and scenery that’re sure to leave you spellbound; at the same time, its cities are well equipped for modern travellers looking for the comforts of home whilst overseas.

  2. Australia

    A vast country of diverse landscapes, sublime landmarks and exceptional natural wonders, Australia promises all who visit an amazing time. Wild and beautiful, this is a land whose colour palette of red outback sands and vibrant reefs frames sophisticated cities with friendly locals who are only too happy to welcome interested visitors from abroad.

    United States
  3. Indigenous Maori people of New Zealand

    New Zealand

    A richly varied country featuring everything from Maori traditions to breathtaking fjord lands, New Zealand is a truly magical place. Chosen by film director Peter Jackson as the real-world setting of Middle-earth in his adaptations of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, it’s plain to see that New Zealand enchants all who walk on its soil.

    New Zealand

Frequently asked Questions about guided holidays in USA

What are the best tours to the United States?

With such an array of experiences within this vast land - the guided holiday you choose depends on what experiences you are looking for.

For music lovers, exploring the heritage of Blues and Jazz on our The Deep South tour is a must. Alternatively, if its understanding more of the history of this great nation - America's Historic East is just the ticket. Or perhaps you have the world famous National Parks on your list of must see's - in which case our Epic Wonders of the National Parks tour taking you to no less than 8 of the greatest parks will be the tour for you. Or perhaps you want to ee the sights of New York or the surrounding areas of San Francisco and the Pacific Coast or even Discover New England - with a country as big as the USA - there's sure to be something for everyone.

What should I pack for a guided holiday in the United States?
Americans tend to dress casually, particularly in the warmer months.  We recommend checking the weather forecast a few days before you travel.
We recommend comfortable, lightweight clothing.  You may also find a cardigan or pullover useful for air-conditioned buildings and transportation. Comfortable shoes are a must as there can be a lot of walking involved on some excursions.
What's the food like in the US?

The United Sates is a melting pot of different cuisines from around the world, from the Creole dishes of New Orleans to the Italian influenced food of New Jersey. Every imaginable dish can be found coast to coast and the wide range of options partnered with larger portions makes eating out easy and delicious. These are some of the most iconic foods we recommend you try on your visit:

  • Bagels – One of New York’s most popular foods, if you’re looking for a quick bite then a bagel shop is your best bet. The iconic pairing of cream cheese and smoked salmon is as quintessential as you can get.
  • Fried chicken – Found all over the States, you’ll never be too far away from a plate of crispy chicken wings. But the south is credited as the birthplace of fried chicken, so make sure to try Nashville’s famous hot chicken with its cayenne pepper sauce.
  • Clam chowder – Clam chowder is a hearty coastal comfort food. Originating in New England you’ll also find this creamy soup all over San Francisco.
  • Gumbo – For a true taste of Louisiana you need to try Gumbo. This popular thick soup has both Creole and Cajun variations, but will contain either meat or seafood or both and will always include stock, celery, onions, peppers and roux.
  • Mac n cheese – A beloved dish by all Americans, its origins can be traced back to Italy, but it feels as though it is a typical American recipe and a must try on your visit.
  • Barbecue – Barbecue is a part of American culture, especially in the southern states. Barbecue joints can be found across the country with beef brisket, pork ribs and pulled pork all on offer. However the sauce or seasoning varies significantly on the region.
  • Cheesecake – Cheesecake is a popular dessert both in the States and here in the UK, but nobody does it better than New York – the extra cream cheese gives it a rich creamy texture. Head to Junior’s in New York for the best cheesecake around but don’t worry if you’re not in the Big Apple, The Cheesecake Factory offers an amazing selection of cheesecakes.

When it comes to drinks American beer is light, cheap and always served chilled. Bud Light is probably the most popular beer in the States and will be served pretty much everywhere, from restaurants, city bars, pubs and local dive bars. American wine, usually from California, has certainly ‘come of age’ in recent years and now presents a very respectable alternative to the more expensive European imports.

How long is the flight to the United States?

Flights from London take about 8 hours to the East Coast of America and just over 11 hours to reach Los Angeles on the West Coast

What time zone is the United States in?
As North America is such a vast country (3,000 miles from coast to coast), the country spans 6 time zones.  It shares the main four time zones with Canada. Eastern Time , Central Time, Mountain Time and Pacific Time (Hawaii Time and Alaska Time are separate Time zones).
Please see below cities we fly into and their Time Zones
  • Boston, New York and Atlanta (Eastern Standard Time) - 5 hours behind GMT.
  • Chicago, Dallas and New Orleans (Central Standard Time) - 6 hours behind GMT.
  • Phoenix and Rapid City (Mountain Standard Time) - 7 hours behind GMT.
  • Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas (Pacific Standard Time) - 8 hours behind GMT.