From sea to shining sea, the United States of America is a giant tapestry of beauty and wonder just waiting to be explored.

Here are our Top All-American Experiences. 

1. Prince William Sound, Alaska

A private glacier cruise along Prince William Sound takes you up Blackstone Bay to the sheer cliff walls, tumbling waterfalls, and tidewater glaciers of Alaska’s southern coast. Enjoy a snack of fresh Alaskan fish and have your camera ready as you cruise up to a thousand-strong bird rookery and step ashore onto the natural geology of this glacier-carved fjord.

2. Iditarod Trail

Alaska’s historic Iditarod Trail plays host to the annual Iditarod Great Sled Race—dubbed the “Last Great Race on Earth.” From the comfort of Winterlake Lodge, experience the trail by both land and air, taking your own dog sled out on the course and following the trail’s epic landscapes of high mountain vistas and deep ocean fjords in a private helicopter.


3. Sonoma Valley

Taste your way through Sonoma County’s wineries on a tour through a hand-picked selection of private vineyards and tasting rooms. Known as the birthplace of the California wine industry, the Sonoma Valley is home to some of the earliest vineyards and wineries in the country.

4. Coastal Highway 1

Set out on America’s dream drive along California’s Pacific Coast Highway. This cliff-hung roadway winds 1,000 miles along the state’s Pacific boundary and threads through breathtaking wild coastal beaches and hidden natural masterpieces. Along the way, visit John Steinbeck’s historic Cannery Row, stop for beachcombing at Pt. Reyes National Seashore, and walk through the Armstrong Redwoods, some of the tallest trees in the world.


5. Zion Mountain Ranch

Get back to nature at Zion Mountain Ranch, a country cabin resort at the entrance of Zion National Park. Watch the herds of buffalo roam through the open plains and mountain forests, dine on the bountiful joys of the Utah soil, and indulge in late-night s’mores around the campfire, gazing into the magical expanse of stars above.

6. Monument Valley

Explore Navajo Nation’s Monument Valley, a series of sandstone masterpieces towering at heights of up to 1,000 feet and one of the most photographed places on earth. Your Navajo guide will lead you to some of the valley’s sacred sites and cliff dwellings, many of which are only open to the native Navajos and their guests.


7. Snake River

Float down the Snake River near Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Whether a leisurely flat-water float or an action-packed whitewater adventure, a journey down the Snake River affords up-close encounters with the majestic Teton Mountain Range, the limestone cliffs of Snake River Canyon, and the horizon of Grey’s National Forest.


8. Mii Amo Spa 

Embark on a life-enhancing journey at Mii Amo Spa at Enchantment Resort. This 24,000-square-foot oasis is infused with the rich traditions of the Native American people and the striking energy of Sedona’s legendary Red Rocks, a setting of vermillion cliffs that consistently leaves its visitors wowed by its beauty.