For the ultimate bird’s eye view of your destination there’s no more thrilling way to get your bearings than zooming over the landscape in a helicopter. Whether hovering over a kaleidoscope of corals at the Great Barrier Reef or soaring around the Statue of Liberty in New York, here are 10 of the best places in the world to see from above.
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When you see something interesting happen once, you think, well that’s interesting. Twice, its a coincidence. More than that, well, that’s a trend. Recently we’ve begun to notice a delightful trend on Viator – a fair number of people are proposing to their partners while on a Viator excursion.
You’ll find all kinds of activities listed below, including historic exploration in Cancun and Washington DC, enjoying the great outdoors in British Columbia and Miami, and acting like a kid again in Orlando and San Diego. Join us for this tour of the Top 25 Things to Do in North America!
Hearst Castle has topped my bucket list for years, and Viator.com’s Santa Barbara, Solvang and Hearst Castle Day Trip from Los Angeles surpassed all expectations.
The sunny SoCal climate, eclectic sites and tour stops, and tour guide, Richard, who can entertain non-stop about every topic from early Spanish missions to William Randolph Hearst’s young Hollywood mistress, while driving a large van (or minibus) up the Pacific Coast Highway makes this 12-hour tour a must-do for visitors to the City of Angels.
Mexican food is a cultural icon in Los Angeles. Just as it’s important to see the Hollywood sign or take your picture on the Walk of Fame, you should have a real authentic Los Angeles Mexican food experience by tasting the best Mexican food this city has to offer.
Embark on a foodie tour that will take you through Los Angeles’ food history at one of these 7 must-eat Mexican spots, and awaken taste buds you never knew existed.
After having fun on the Strip and flying around the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas, Jules and Brock drove over to Los Angeles. Now in southern California, the team will spend their last few days in the continental US enjoying the sunshine, theme parks, and famous attractions of the Golden State.
This is the newest slogan Disney is using to promote their flagship theme park in Anaheim, California. So I figured I’d go down there and see what all the talk was about.
Food trucks; what a novel concept. The fact that you can order food from the same vehicle that transports it. And not just any type of food, but gourmet items that can serve as your lunch or dinner. What at one time was nothing more than hot dog stands and ice cream trucks has evolved to become its own culture in many cities. Many food trucks have a cult following, with guests who will stand in long lines to have their favorite food truck entree, like beer battered fish tacos, falafel, sweet potato tater tots, and crème brûlée. Food trucks represent a new, unique way to eat while traveling and brings new meaning to eating on the go. Today I showcase the best food truck cities in America.
So you’ve packed your bags, taken the time off of work, made some playlists, and finally decided on the dates for your vacation. You can already feel the wind on your face, but then it hits you: where, exactly, are you going to go? You’ve decided on California, but that’s a big state. You put down your road atlas and your pen, turn to your companions and ask the greatest of all road-trip questions: So… *ahem* where to, guys?
Universal Studios Hollywood is the world’s only working movie studio and theme park, and offers an entertaining mix of thrill rides based on the biggest blockbusters, live-action shows, and a Studio Tour giving guests a one-of-a-kind, behind-the-scenes look at the world of movie-making magic. There’s no bad time to visit the Entertainment Capital of L.A. â„ but we’ve got five reasons to go now.