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Arrive in New York

Welcome to the “Big Apple,” the “City That Never Sleeps”—New York is a city of superlatives: America’s biggest; its most exciting; its business and cultural capitals; the nation’s trendsetter. For more than a century, it has been one of the world’s major centers of commerce and finance. Upon arrival at the airport, you will be transferred to the hotel. After checking into your hotel.

day 1

New York City tour

After breakfast we proceed for a City tour of New York. The sight seen will include USA’s famous landmark “Statue of Liberty”. We will take a ferry ride to Liberty Island for a spectacular view of the New York City Skyline. Next we experience the view of a lifetime from the 86th floor of the Empire State Building, Later in the day we will see Rockefeller Center, Wall Street, Ground Zero and Central Park, Times Square, United Nations and Trump.

day 2

New York

After breakfast at hotel. United Nations New York is the headquarters of the United Nations; the UN welcomes visitors at the UN Visitor Center where you can find out about tours, exhibitions and things to do in the complex. On offer are guided tours, tours geared towards children, special briefings, shops and photographic multimedia 

Grand Central Terminal This iconic train station is one of two (the other being Penn Station which was later demolished) built during the early 1900s at the height of the railway systems expansion in the country.  It is the largest site of its kind in the world.

Bryant Park is located between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue between 40th and 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan. It is a privately managed public park spread across 39,000m² above the subterranean New York Public Library Archives. Empire State Building This building is perhaps New York’s greatest landmark, although it is no longer the world’s tallest building it is still visited by over 3 million people annually.

day 3

New York

After breakfast at Hotel. American Museum of Natural History The AMNH is located in the Upper West Side of Manhattan in Theodore Roosevelt Park. It is a huge museum complex comprising of 27 interconnected buildings with 45 exhibition spaces as well as a planetarium, IMAX theatre, research facilities and library all within 150,000m² of space.

Metropolitan Museum of Art The Metropolitan includes the main building on 5th Avenue and the Cloisters Museum and Gardens in Northern Manhattan (dealt with in a separate article). The museum dates back to 1866 and today is the largest art museum in the country holding over 2 million works of art displayed across 190,000m².

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir JKO, also known as Central Park Reservoir, is located in Central Park between 85th Street and 96th Street from east to west. This is a decommissioned reservoir which holds more than 1,000 million gallons of water, covers 106 acres and is 12 meters deep

day 4

New York – Washington

After breakfast at Hotel, Transfer to Washington, Check in to the hotel, you can visit below places by your own

Olympic National Park and the Hoh Rain Forest  

From ocean beaches to mountaintops, Olympic National Park overflows with incomparable scenery. The park covers most of the Olympic Peninsula, and roads only circle the park with a scenic drive on US 101, never cutting through the park’s mountainous heart. Dozens of beaches, over-sized trees in the Hoh Rain Forest, lakes, the Sol Duc Hot Springs, waterfalls, and wildflowers at Hurricane Ridge near Port Angeles all list among the many reasons to visit this natural glory.

Seattle Center Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Seattle Space Needle and Monorail have continued to lure tourists with attractions, a park setting, sports venues, and restaurants. Among the newer sightseeing options are the colorful glass artworks at Chihuly Garden and Glass and the hands-on musical exhibits at the Experience Music Project. An architecturally interesting public building, the Seattle Central Library, is also worth a visit for its angular steel-and-glass design.

Mount Rainier National Park  Mount Rainier (14,410 feet) is one of a geologically recent chain of volcanoes in the Cascade Mountains. Also known as Mount Tacoma, the volcanic massif is often shrouded in cloud for days on end. But on clear days, it’s a landmark visible from many miles away, including from Seattle and Olympia.

Located south of Seattle, Mount Rainier lies at the center of its namesake national park. The Road to Paradise is open, weather permitting, year-round, allowing visitors to reach high elevations for hiking in summer and snowshoeing in winter. A scenic drive winds through the dense forests, taking in waterfalls and views of the Cascade Mountains volcano. Other attractions are within easy distance of the park, including Northwest Trek wildlife park in Eatonville and the Mount Rainier Scenic Railroad in the little town of Elbe.

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After Breakfast at hotel, you can enjoy Baltimore tour.


day 6


After Breakfast at hotel, you can visit below places by your own

Tacoma Museums: Located between Seattle and Olympia, Tacoma is one of Washington’s larger cities. Once industrial in feel, the city has developed a variety of exceptional museums and cultural venues, especially those highlighting the beauty of art glass. The Museum of Glass features exquisite, translucent pieces, while the Bridge of Glass (a walkway decorated with glass sculptures) allows visitors to reach the nearby Washington State History Museum. For differing interests, there’s the shiny appeal of LeMay – America’s Car Museum, which exhibits heritage automobiles from its world-class collection.

Seattle Downtown It’s a large, densely packed city, but downtown Seattle reveals its more relaxed side at the waterfront. There, piers and parks rim the shoreline. Pike Place Market is the standard draw for tourists, but the historic buildings and venerable institutions add diversity. Visitors will likely wish to catch an underground tour near Pioneer Square, or a performance at Benaroya Hall. And back on the waterfront, a sea-level exploration takes you from the Olympic Sculpture Park in the north to the Seattle Aquarium and ferry terminal further south.

Washington State Capitol Building  At the south end of Puget Sound, Olympia is a fairly quiet state capital. A grand white dome features as the center of town, rising 287 feet above the tree-lined streets. It is the tallest masonry dome in North America, a fanciful hat to an ornate Washington State Capitol Building that was opened in 1928 having cost more than seven million dollars. Free, guided public tours give the highlights of the building, including the five-ton Tiffany chandelier and permanent sculptures.

day 7

Washington- Orlando

Today we depart to Orlando by flight. Orlando is the sixth largest city of Florida and is also known to be its largest inland city. The presence of Disney World theme park has made this city a well-known vacation spot. This city is said to welcome more than 52 million tourists every year. Upon arrival transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day free & leisure.

day 8

Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom - Orlando

Magic Your Way’ today at the most magical place on earth – Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom. A national shrine to which visitors flock by the millions. Encounter Mickey, Minnie and other Disney characters that come alive in this incredible fantasy world. Let your imagination take flight and your spirit soar! This eventful day ends with ‘Spectro Magic’, where your dreams come true as your favourite Disney characters go by in dazzling, illuminated costumes, followed by the night time spectacular fireworks, ‘Wishes’.

day 9


A full day of fun awaits you as you travel to the future and explore cultures from around the world, in one visit at Epcot. Incredible! In ‘Future World’ there is fantastic adventure and exploration with trips around the human body, journeys into space voyages under the sea and quantum leaps back in time. Take a walk around ‘World Showcase.’ Eat, drink and dance along with the experiences of eleven nations showcased. The centuries of communication as it has evolved is recorded in ‘Spaceship Earth’. End your day with the ‘Illuminations: Reflections of Earth, an extravaganza of lights, lasers, fireworks and music.

day 10

Orlando – Miami ( 240 miles APPROX )

Today after breakfast drive to Miami & transfer to hotel.

Rest of the day free & leisure.

day 11


After Breakfast at Hotel , Vizcaya Museum and Gardens The Vizcaya villa is the former home of agricultural industrialist James Deering; the estate was built in the early 20th century and includes extensive gardens designed in the Italian Renaissance style.

Key Biscayne Going out on the water and exploring one or two of the nearby islands around Miami is a part of any travel itinerary. Perhaps one of the most beautiful and convenient to reach is Key Biscayne.

day 12


After breakfast at Hotel. Jewish Museum of Florida ( 1 Hour ) FIU is housed in two historic buildings which were formerly synagogues constructed in the 1930s and are now on the register of National Historic Places. The main building dates back to 1936 and is in the art-deco style with a copper dome and beautiful stained glass windows.

The Art Deco Historic District. This district full of interesting buildings is also called the Miami Beach Architectural District and the Old Miami Beach Historic District. This was the first 20th century neighborhood to be placed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Lincoln Road Lincoln Road is part of the vibrant and trendy South Beach, it is a pedestrian mall lined with restaurants, cafes, unique boutiques, bars and galleries. The pedestrian-only promenade stretches for a mile (1.6 meters) and is always buzzing with locals and visitors shopping, dining and being entertained by street performers.

Holocaust Memorial This site is officially named the Holocaust Memorial of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The idea for the memorial was devised by a group of Holocaust survivors in 1984.

day 13

Miami – Dallas

After breakfast at Hotel.Transfer to Dallas, Check in to the hotel, You can explore Dallas on your own

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden: Just minutes from downtown Dallas, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden sits on 66 acres along the southeast shore of White Rock Lake. The property’s fourteen world-famous displays showcase seasonal flowers, ornamental shrubs, trees, and plant collections. The gardens also host seasonal outdoor festivals, concerts, art shows, and educational programs, and guided tours of the property are available. Although conceived in the early 1930s, this splendid tourist attraction didn’t become a reality until 1984, when the park was laid out on the grounds of a mansion built in 1939. Adding to the fun are the exquisite sculptures and fountains in areas with names like Toad’s Corner, Texas Town, and Pecan Grove. Be sure to do a little exploring around White Rock Lake Park, too. Surrounded by 10 miles of hiking and biking trails, it’s known for its excellent bird and wildlife spotting, as well as fishing and sailing.

Perot Museum of Nature and Science: Housed in a massive architectural masterpiece designed by Thom Mayne, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science is a top Dallas attraction for families and curious tourists. The building itself was designed with sustainability as a foremost goal, including summer water conservation with the use of recaptured condensation from air conditioners and drip irrigation, the use of recycled and locally sourced building materials, and solar-powered water heaters. The museum is divided into thematic areas with interactive educational stations, games, and high-tech displays. These themes include engineering and innovation, energy, evolution, earth sciences, and more. It also features a 3D theater, the Moody Family Children’s Museum and playground, and a 54-foot escalator that overlooks the property from within a glass enclosure.

Dallas World Aquarium: Conveniently located within walking distance of the city’s historic downtown core, Dallas World Aquarium is a fun and educational excursion for young and old alike. Housed in some 87,000 gallons of saltwater are a vast array of sea life including bonnethead sharks, stingrays, jellyfish, sea turtles, giant groupers, and rare leafy seadragons, all living in natural reef settings. A fun highlight is the Orinoco Rainforest exhibit, complete with numerous free-flying birds, such as toucans, along with tree sloths and aquatic species such as Orinoco crocodiles and poison dart frogs. Hot Tip:Check the feeding schedule before arrival for a chance to see the animals at their most animated, as well as for details of upcoming talks and lectures.


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After Breakfast at hotel, You can explore Dallas on your own

Dallas Cattle Drive Sculptures at Pioneer Plaza: Pioneer Park, maintained by the adjacent Dallas Convention Center, is designed to resemble a section of the Shawnee Trail, a major Texas cattle drive route in the 19th century. This large green space in Dallas’s central business district has a stream that falls over limestone cliffs, but its most remarkable feature is the 49 larger-than-life bronze sculptures of Texas Longhorn cattle that are being herded through the park and across the creek by three mounted cowboys. Designed by artist Robert Summers, the park is landscaped to reproduce the scene of the iconic industry that defined early Texas.

Reunion Tower: While not the tallest building in Dallas, the Reunion Tower is undoubtedly the most distinguished and most recognizable. Completed in 1978 and appearing as a geodesic ball perched atop five cylindrical concrete poles, its 560-foot length is spectacularly lit up at night, emphasizing its unique outline. After renovations in 2011, the Reunion Tower now boasts a revolving restaurant with 360-degree views over Dallas, and the GeO-Deck observation level, home to an informative interactive display providing details about the building and notable landmarks.

The Nasher Sculpture Center: Opened in 2003, the Nasher Sculpture Center has a collection of modern and contemporary sculpture and contains exhibits exploring the history of the art of sculpture. Located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, large outdoor sculptures are on display throughout the tree-lined grounds. Highlights include pieces by Edgar Degas, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, and Andy Warhol. The museum and sculpture park also regularly host events, including lectures and concerts. Another gallery worth visiting is the nearby Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art, a museum dedicated to the arts and cultures of China, Japan, India, and Southeast Asia.

Wichita Falls and Kell House Another fun excursion is Wichita Falls. Although some two hours drive northwest of Dallas, it’s worth it for those who enjoy a little culture as the town boasts a symphony orchestra, a ballet company, many professional theatrical performances, numerous fine museums, art galleries, and festivals. For history buffs, historic Kell House Museum alone is worth the drive. Built in 1909 for Frank Kell and his family, the museum is a testament to the history of Wichita Falls and showcases original pieces from the Kell family as visitors step back in time through the beautiful red oak and beveled glass door into a receiving room decorated in Victorian style. If from Wichita Falls you continue your journey northwards, be sure to add Lake Meredith to your list of stops along the way. Here, you’ll find the Lake Meredith Aquatic and Wildlife Museum with its interesting displays relating to the Texas Panhandle and its flora and fauna.

day 15

Dallas- Las Vegas

After Breakfast at Hotel, transfer to airport to fly to Las Vegas. On Arrival to airport, get transfer to the hotel.  After check-in at hotel, The Day is free & leisure.

day 16

Las Vegas

After Breakfast at hotel. Proceed on an orientation tour. Enjoy the sights and sounds of Las Vegas with the towering Stratosphere Tower rising 1,149 feet into the air and the Downtown Glitter Gulch where Las Vegas began.

Enjoy an Illumination tour and a wonderful show in Las Vegas – the Fremont Street Light Show. A night of entertainment in Las Vegas is a lifetime experience

day 17

Las Vegas – Grand Canyon West Rim with Skywalk

After breakfast, take the Grand Canyon Tour Bus. Visit one of the “seven wonders of the world”, the Grand Canyon’s West Rim! Travel over the newly built Hoover Dam Bridge and enjoy a 15 min photo stop. You will experience breathtaking views of the Canyon’s West Rim at Eagle and Guano Point where you will see evidence of more than ten million years of erosion and have plenty of photo taking opportunities. Experience an attraction like no other, the newly-constructed Skywalk Bridge. This breathtaking wonder is an adventure in itself that will take you 70 feet from Eagle Point rim on an open-air glass walkway, more than 4000 feet above the canyon floor.

day 18

Las Vegas – Los Angeles

This morning, transfer to Los Angeles. On arrival, Day free for leisure

day 19

Los Angeles

A day of fun, adventure and excitement is in store with your visit to Universal Studios. Go behind the scenes, beyond the screen and jump right into the action of your favorite movies. Become the star of some of the greatest movies and television shows ever made

day 20

Los Angeles

Breakfast at Hotel, embark on a guided orientation tour driving past Beverly Hills, the famous Sunset Boulevard, Mann’s Chinese Theatre, Rodeo Drive and the well known ‘HOLLYWOOD’ sign. Also visit Santa Monica Beach and Third Street Promenade.

day 21

Los Angeles – San Francisco

Today we depart from Las Vegas to San Francisco.

On arrival, check-in to your hotel.

The evening is at leisure to pursue individual activities.

day 22

San Francisco

After breakfast at hotel. Visit two of Northern California’s most beautiful spots – the famous Muir Woods and the coastal town of Sausalito.

The tour departs from Fisherman’s Wharf, aboard a luxury minibus. Relax in comfortable seats and enjoy the scenic views while your tour guide shares fun and informative facts about San Francisco with you. Along the way you will see the Palace of Fine Arts and the Presidio before crossing the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. At North Vista Point you will stop for great photo opportunities with breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay in the morning lights (weather permitting).

The tour continues along the Pacific Coast Highway providing breath-taking views of the coastal mountains near Mount Tamalpais, the highest point in the Northern California Coast Ranges, before heading further to Muir Woods National Monument.

Muir Woods is home to coast redwoods, which are some of the world’s tallest trees. With maps in hand, take a short walk or a full day trek through these spectacular woods and appreciate the immense natural beauty. Set aside in 1908 as a federally protected area, Muir Woods is the only surviving stand of old growth forest in the bay area today. There are a number of paved walking trails where visitors can get a close look at the magnificent giants. Other unpaved walking trails lead up the hills to explore the area further. (Admission to Muir Woods not included).

After one hour in Muir Woods your tour takes you to charming Sausalito a picturesque town in Marin County, home to some of the country’s wealthiest citizens. Sausalito is a gorgeous destination that offers unique boutique shopping, art galleries, fabulous mansions, amazing food and breath-taking views of the bay. You will have approx. 45 minutes in Sausalito before returning to Fisherman’s Wharf.

If you wish to stay in Sausalito longer, you can enjoy a ferry ride back to San Francisco with beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the San Francisco skyline and Alcatraz (ferry ticket available at additional cost).

day 23

San Francisco

After Breakfast at hotel.

Enjoy a full day of touring the majestic Sonoma & Napa Valleys, famous for their wine and beautiful scenery.

Travel aboard our luxury motor coach as we make stops ranging from boutique vineyards to large mass production wineries. Your lunch stop with be at either the V-Marketplace in Yountville or Historic Sonoma Square.

Tour from San Francisco to Sonoma & Napa Valley wineries with wine tasting at three wineries

day 24

Departure from San Francisco

After breakfast, spend some time at leisure. Take some time out for additional   shopping, or, proceed to the airport to board the flight for your next destination.

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