Riviera Travel launches Americas 2023 tour collection

by Charlotte Flach

Riviera Travel has opened up its full Americas 2023 tour programme for booking.

Eleven itineraries with a total of 85 departures are on offer, covering the USA, Canada and Latin America.

The itineraries run from January to November and include:

• A 14-day Deep South USA plus Texas tour, including three nights in New Orleans and a walk through the French Quarter; a trip to Graceland; a stay in Nashville including a visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame; and a guided tour of Houston’s NASA Johnson Space Centre. A choice of 11 departures are available from £2,749pp.

Three Deep South tours exclusively for solo travellers are also on offer from £3,999pp.

• A 15-day California and the Golden West tour, including a stay in Las Vegas; a visit to Los Angeles; a scenic drive through the Mojave Desert and the Sierra Nevada mountains; and the opportunity to experience the lush forest scenery of Yosemite Valley. Eleven departures from £2,499pp.

• A 13-day Costa Rica tour, including a journey to see Tortuguero National Park’s unique ecosystem; the chance to explore the still-active Arenal Volcano; a coffee estate tour; an outing to the extraordinary Monteverde Cloud Forest from above on hanging bridges; and the option to try a ‘zip-line’ rainforest tour. Ten departures from £2,799pp.

Other destinations to feature are Maritime Canada, Ecuador and the Galapagos, and South America including Peru with an Amazon extension.

Prices include return flights and transfers; all accommodation; tours and visits; select meals; and an expert tour manager throughout.

Will Sarson, Head of Strategy and Innovation at Riviera Travel, said: “The Americas offer a unique array of stand-out features, and we’ll guide guests through some of the region’s most memorable adventures, architecture, landscapes, landmarks and natural wonders.

“From the coasts and cliffs of California, to the rugged rain forest regions of Costa Rica, to the majestic wonders of Peru and Machu Picchu, we have a wealth of available options."


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