North America Trip

Top hotels in North America

Hotel Pennsylvania
Hotel Pennsylvania
2.5 out of 5
401 7th Ave, New York, NY
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2.6/5 (7,041 reviews)
Great location - Great price

"We stayed two nights and did sooooo much. Subway right across the street and great central location where we could walk to so many place."…"

Reviewed on 27 May 2020

Hotel Pennsylvania
Millennium Times Square New York
Millennium Times Square New York
4 out of 5
145 W 44th St, New York, NY
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The price is Rs5,525 per night from 16 Mar to 17 Mar
3.7/5Good! (4,244 reviews)

"My family and I enjoyed staying here, we loved having a view of time square from our room!. This hotel is very clean and follows covid guidelines."…"

Reviewed on 9 Mar 2021

Millennium Times Square New York
Row NYC
Row NYC
4 out of 5
700 8th Avenue, New York, NY
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3.5/5Good! (4,083 reviews)

"Great"…"

Reviewed on 8 Apr 2020

Row NYC
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North America Holiday Packages

Enjoy your holiday in major world cities, quaint small towns or vast areas of beautiful landscapes protected as national parks.  The neighboring North American countries of Canada and the United States feature fascinating metropolises, welcoming small towns, forested wilderness and large lakes. Relax on delightful beaches along the Atlantic or Pacific ocean or Gulf of Mexico, ski on eastern or western mountains or venture into the far north’s frozen tundra. 

New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington D.C. are large U.S. cities providing a sampling of American arts and culture, with tall skyscrapers, impressive museums and art galleries, numerous entertainment centers, varied ethnic restaurants and professional football, basketball and baseball teams.

Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa and Québec offer similar Canadian attractions and incorporate a French influence in language and customs, along with large Chinatowns. See ice hockey at its finest in the big city arenas and frozen outdoor ponds of Canada. Learn about the First Nations people who inhabited the northern parts of the continent long before Europeans arrived.

Drive across the continent and stop in small towns. In both countries you’ll find residents proud of their local points of interest, from the Giant Moose in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan to Canada’s Narcisse Snake Dens and New Mexico ’s Pie Town, a whole town devoted to luscious desserts. The tourist stops are merely advertisements for the true attractions of the towns, the friendly residents. Wander down any North American small town main street and you’re likely to make a new friend.

Away from urban areas, the continent’s natural wonders include preserved forests and parklands with mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, volcanoes, caves, ravines, lakes and seacoast. Visit impressive and iconic U.S. national parks including northwestern Yellowstone with geysers and wildlife, the deeply etched southwestern Grand Canyon, the mangroves and crocodiles of the southeastern Everglades and Acadia ’s northeastern windswept Atlantic island. 

Canada has Banff ’s western mountains and glacial Lake Louise, Prairies in the centre part of the country and frozen tundra in Ivavik. Spend months or years touring the more than 40 Canadian national parks and nearly 60 U.S. national parks.

The two countries share the vast Great Lakes, popular for boating. Ski the Appalachian and Laurentian mountains in the east or the Rockies in the west.

Plan your North American visit to celebrate with local residents for Canada Day and U.S. Independence Day in early July, or Thanksgiving harvest celebrations in October and November.