Chase Your Dreams Close to Home

By Globus  ·  April 2022

It’s – finally – time to chase your dreams and add awesome to your calendar … Time to turn dreams into plans and travel into reality!

Between North America’s breathtaking national parks, cool emerging cities, and tiny historic towns, there’s a surplus of sights you haven’t seen in your own backyard. With bucket-list vacations from Canada to Cali and Yakima to the Yukon, we invite you to fetch a pail of wonder as you discover the undiscovered right outside your door. From the redwood forests to the Gulf Stream waters, this land was made for you to see.

The Home Advantage

Across 50 states, 10 provinces & 3 territories, there are countless wonders to see right here in the United States and Canada – with familiarity, ease, and possibly even shorter flying times.

With more than 90 years of experience showing travellers the world, there are countless reasons to travel in North America with Globus.

Easy as apple pie.
Searching for hotels and mapping out logistics is no picnic. Our perfectly planned tours, including hand-selected hotels, streamlined itineraries, and expert Tour Directors erase vacation hassles while promising discovery and wonder for all.

Steering clear of drama.
Not only does touring in North America eliminate long flights, it completely eliminates driving (and backseat drivers)! Aboard our luxury motorcoaches, you can sit back and enjoy the dramatic scenery, stress-free ride, and free Wi-Fi. 

It’s about time.
Those long lines you’ve heard about at the most popular attractions? Don’t worry. You won’t be standing in them. We arrange VIP access at the legendary sights so you can mosey in, marvel, and move on to the next “must” on your bucket list.

As we speak.
Only escorted tours include a Tour Director – an expert who lives, breathes, and speaks the language of your destination. From French Canada to the colloquial-rich areas of the U.S., your Tour Director will open doors while breaking down any language barriers.

Must see sights.
From a Kentucky Hot Brown lunch to an overnight stay in Sedona’s Sky Rock Inn, our tours include exclusive must see sites. These curated experiences introduce you to what’s special about a region as well as its unique specialties.

Here is a sample of Globus’ Undiscovered tour offerings in North America:


O French Canada!

Who says you have to cross the Atlantic to dive into European culture? Cobblestone avenues, centuries-old architecture, and hidden coastal villages are much closer than you think. Follow your nose to the café-lined promenades of Québec City, your ears to the music-filled streets of Montréal, and your eyes to the sweeping views of the Gaspé Peninsula on this eleven-day tour of French Canada. Along the way, you’ll say bonjour to tiny fishing villages, singing beluga whales, and the grandest of views as you discover this cherished nautical nook of the world.

Must See Sights

Flavour Trail
Visit a family owned traditional Fromagerie, or cheese factory making, followed by a tasting.

Taste the Gardens
Lunch at the historic Estevan Lodge, once the summer home to Elsie Reford, a pioneer of Canadian horticulture. Enjoy the seasonal menu with 140 edible plants picked daily from the gardens.

Whale of a time
Embark on a whale watching cruise in the heart of the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park, known for having the greatest variety of whale species on earth.


A deeper experience.
You’ll want to warm up your vocal cords before testing the acoustics at the undiscovered canyons of Arizona as well as the country’s most famous chasm. Beauty, awe, and wonder echo from Phoenix to Vegas as you explore ancient cliff dwellings, towering spires, the deepest of canyons, and the deepest of mysteries. Exactly how did the Sinagua people reach their cliffside, five-story, high rise at Montezuma Castle?

Must See Sights

All aboard!
Take a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad. Since 1912, this heritage railroad has been running through the breathtaking high desert landscape.

Have fun storming the castle
Visit Montezuma Castle National Monument’s well-preserved dwellings. Built and used by the Sinagua people and other indigenous peoples between approximately 1100 and 1425 AD.

Spinning your wheels
Along with a Navajo Guide, join a 4-wheel-drive backcountry vehicle adventure in Canyon de Chelly National Monument and take delight in the area’s canyon surrounded by towering sandstone cliffs.


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