Entries tagged: American holiday

Top 8 All-American Travel Experiences

Top 8 All-American Travel Experiences

From sea to shining sea, the United States of America is a giant tapestry of beauty and wonder waiting to be explored. We have assembled our Top 8 All-American Travel Experiences because this is “America the Beautiful,” Ker & Downey style. Sonoma Valley, California Taste your way through Sonoma County for a tour through a handpicked selection of private vineyards and tasting rooms. The Sonoma Valley is home to some of the earliest vineyards in country making for a luxurious All-American travel experience. Iditarod Trail, Alaska Alaska’s historic Iditarod Trail plays host to the annual Iditarod Great Sled Race — […]

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Luxury North America Adventure | Majestic Masterpieces

Luxury North America Adventure | Majestic Masterpieces

Ker & Downey’s newest Majestic Masterpieces itinerary is a luxury North America adventure through the national parks of the United States.   Luxury North America Adventure from Ker & Downey Suggested journey at a glance: 9 days/8 nights in Yosemite (Northern California), Grand Canyon (Arizona), Grand Teton (Wyoming) and Yellowstone (Wyoming). Our designers are at their best when crafting a journey unique to you. Contact us to get started planning and read on to see one example of what’s possible on a handcrafted trip. Yosemite National Park  Your nine-day adventure begins in Northern California amid the Giant Sequoias of Mariposa Grove. […]

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Great American Road Trip

Great American Road Trip

A great American road trip is a classic vacation experience. Ker & Downey shows you some of our favorite stops on a cross-country journey in America that will take you from sea to shining sea. Washington, DC The capital of the country has more to see beyond the White House. The melting pot of cultures here makes Washington, DC a global place with a fusion of activities. But it is its historical charm that really stands out. Wander along the tree-lined avenues of row houses and see the colonial architecture dating back to 1751 in nearby Georgetown. The cobblestone streets and the old homes, each […]

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