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Whether you want to visit the glitzy Manhattan skyscrapers that thread New York’s skyline or Washington’s monument-studded National Mall, holidays in the USA are always a thrill. In San Francisco, take the rattly cable car to Fisherman’s Wharf to dine on fresh seafood with sourdough bread, or get into the hot Latino rhythm at Miami’s coral coast.
Take a holiday in Canada and explore the sprawling Rocky Mountains or savour the Atlantic Ocean's salty breezes. The bustling multiculturalism of Vancouver and Toronto will make your holidays in Canada an exciting escape. Go fishing at one of thousands of freshwater lakes, or surf the waves at Pacific Ocean beaches in British Columbia.
Hawaii is blessed with beautiful beaches, natural beauty and a diverse culture. Its warm year round climate make holidays in Hawaii the perfect sunshine getaway. This idyllic destination consists of six volcanic islands, each with its own personality. From the natural wonders of Kauai to the metropolitan feel of Oahu and the luxurious resorts of Maui.
With awe-inspiring landscapes, exciting cities, and wide, open roads made for driving, the world’s third-largest continent delivers adventures of all kinds at every turn. Travel writer Chris Leadbeater picks three epic itineraries that you’ll want to add to your bucket list.
Set against the Pacific Ocean, California stretches along most of the west coast of the USA, packing in everything from foggy hillside cities to sun-kissed beaches – meaning that there’s something for every type of traveller. Here are five ways to experience the Golden State at its best.
Canada is an immense country. Covering six time zones, it would take 75 hours of driving – plus almost nine hours on two different ferries – to drive the 7,500km from the western-most provincial capital along the Pacific coast (Victoria, British Columbia) to the easternmost (St. John’s, Newfoundland). But which region wins the ‘best of‘ contest? Canadian writer Johanna Read shares the cultural, foodie and wild highlights of both.