Group Excursions to North America and Beyond

Published On April 14, 2018 | By Staff Writer | Travel Planning
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From coast to coast, North America is jam-packed with vibrant cities, natural wonders and iconic landmarks just waiting to be explored. Not only is the continent home to vast cultural and racial diversity, but the landscape is also hugely varied, and there is a rich geological history attached to both the Canadian and American regions.

With climates ranging from subtropical to arctic, if you’re planning a group vacation to North America, you might be wondering which location is best suited to your plans. With this in mind, here are four of the best North American destinations for groups excursions and what to expect when you travel.


Florida is home to some stunning villas and resorts for large groups, and accommodation is not as pricey as you might think. Depending on where in Florida you stay, you’ll be spoilt for choice with restaurants, bars, and nightclubs to visit, particularly in Miami and Orlando where there are thriving social scenes. By day, you can go snorkeling at Crystal River, book a thrilling Escape Room Jacksonville or simply enjoy the golden beaches. If you’re looking for a relaxing holiday by the sea with plenty of fun thrown in, you can’t go wrong with the Golden State.


A group vacation to the islands of Hawaii will create memories to cherish for years to come. By day, you can stroll along the sands of Waikiki Beach, take a guided tour around the bays of Oahu, trek to The Big Island’s most incredible volcanoes or explore the many other magical spots in the Aloha state. By night, you will find lively bars and nightclubs in downtown Honolulu, Chinatown, and Waikiki. The caffeine offering in Hawaii is second to none, so a fresh cup of Kona coffee should take the edge off your headache the next morning!


Often touted as the most beautiful state in America, California is the perfect place for a group vacation. Not only are the serene ocean views and mountainous landscapes stunning to behold, but there is also a huge range of activities for all age groups. For snorkeling and seafood, visit San Diego, whereas Temecula’s Wilson Creek vineyard is perfect for an afternoon’s wine tasting. California is also home to some of the world’s best amusement parks – from Universal Studios and Disney World to Six Flags Magic Mountain – so why not embrace your inner child and let loose?


With its forests, lakes and unspoiled wilderness, there is plenty for groups to do while on vacation in Canada. The country might be famous for being more outdoors-focused, but cities like Toronto and Vancouver offer incredible music festivals, atmospheric nightlife and beer culture that’s perfect for a fun-filled vacation. If you’re planning a visit to Canada, bear in mind that the climate is hugely varied. Coastal areas have fewer weather extremes than in-land towns and cities, but it can still get icy during the winter. July and August are the best months to visit, as it is usually warm in Canada during the summer.



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