Welcome to Lake Havasu City

The lake itself – which can be very pretty – is the other major draw. Formed in 1938 by the construction of Parker Dam, it's much beloved by water rats, especially students on spring break (roughly March to May) and summer-heat escapees from Phoenix and beyond.

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Highlights of the US

Road tripping is the iconic way to cross American destinations off your bucket list. But we know that long drives are a bit of a yawn so we've broken up the best East and West Coast destinations with a flight that connects the legs of this 24-day tour. Start with some stargazing (of the Hollywood variety, that is) in Los Angeles before exploring stunning natural landscapes (Yosemite and the Grand Canyon, anyone?). Then fly east to New Orleans and drive up along the coast with epic stops along the way. It's the ultimate, efficient tour for restless explorers.

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Los Angeles to Seattle Road Trip

With so many hot spots in America's Western states, it can be hard to decide where to hit. So we've done all the hard work for you with a 21-day road trip that crosses a host of destinations off your list, keeping time and your budget in mind. Start off on a glamorous note with the glitz of Los Angeles and Las Vegas before venturing to incredible national parks (Joshua Tree, Zion, Grand Canyon). The best of the west awaits.

$8149 18-to-Thirtysomethings

The Great American Road Trip–LA to New York

There's no better way to do the US justice than a great American road trip. This 53-day tour hits all the marks, going coast-to-coast from bustling cities to incredible natural wonders, and charming small towns in between. Hike along geysers, waterfalls, and wildlife in Yosemite National Park, get weird among Portland's artsy shops, indie breweries, and up-and-coming eateries, and join party revellers on New Orleans' famed Bourbon Street. Epic road trips are made of this.

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San Diego, Grand Canyon & Vegas

Kicks abound on Route 66 – come get yours. Nicknamed "the Main Street of America," there’s nothing Norman Rockwell-esque on the stretch of highway you’ll travel on this trip. Burgers, longboards, and big-city shenanigans are the order of the day every day as you take in the sights and sounds of LA, San Diego, the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and Vegas with an expert CEO leading the way. If you’ve always longed to see the real American Southwest but never had the time or the money, well, you’re fresh out of excuses.

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Best of the West

Skyscrapers, sequoias, and impossibly big skies await you in America’s West. This 15-day tour through the urban and natural wonders of California, Arizona, and Nevada is perfect for travellers who want to inject a little downtown energy into their out-of-town escapes. In the cities, you’ll traverse the concrete jungle by day with an expert CEO and overnight in centrally located hotels and hostels. Elsewhere, you’ll get the chance to marvel at the grandeur of the Grand Canyon and the giant sequoias of Yosemite before diving into a barbecue dinner and camping under the stars. This is no dream; it’s the West like you’ve never seen it before.

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America's Coasts Road Trip – Westbound

There might not be a more intimate way to travel the United States than a road trip and this 42 day-tour takes things to a whole new level. Try to keep your jaw from dropping as you take in the sunset at the edge of the Grand Canyon. Cruise along the picturesque coastline of Orange County. By hopping on a flight in between to bring you from one coast to another, you'll minimize those boring long drives and instead get more time to explore the cities and sites that matter most.