Erlebnisreise New York, Florida & Kalifornien
- Sightseeing & Illuminations Tour in Washington DC
- Besuch im historischen Richmond
- Gastfreundschaft der Südstaaten
- Rundgang durch Savannah
- Besuch des Kennedy Space Center
- Relaxen am Strand von Daytona Beach
- Tauche ein in das Nachtleben von Miami
- Freizeit in Orlando
- Zuckerweisser Sandstrand Panama City Beach
- Nachtleben auf der legendären Bourbon Street in New Orleans
- Memphis & Besuch von Graceland (Haus von Elvis Presley)
- Besichtigungstour in Dallas
- Besuch der Cadillac Ranch
- Altstadt von Albuquerque
- Tafelberge & Navajo-Kultur im spektakulären Monument Valley
- Naturwunder Grand Canyon
- Glanz & Glamour in der Wüstenmetropole Las Vegas
- Termine & Preise
26 Tage USA
- Reise-Nr.: 174Y10059
- Teilnehmer (min./max.): 25-53
- Alter (von/bis): 18 - 35 Jahre
- Hinweis zur Mindestteilnehmerzahl
Diese fantastische Erlebnisreise führt euch von der Ostküste zur Westküste der USA. Auf dem Weg von New York nach Los Angeles seht ihr wie die Hauptstadt Washington D.C. am Abend in einem Lichtermeer erstrahlt und genießt den Anblick beleuchteter Bauwerke und Monumente. Die Gastfreundschaft der Südstaaten wird euch ebenso begeistern wie der Besuch des Kennedy Space Center, die spektakuläre Landschaft des Monument Valley, das Naturwunder Grand Canyon und die bizarre Cadillac Ranch. Entspannt am weißen Sandstrand Panama City Beach und taucht ein in das Nachtleben von Miami. Begebt euch auf Entdeckungsreise im pulsierenden Dallas und besichtigt Graceland, das Haus von Elvis Presley in Memphis. Schlendert durch die historische Altstadt von New Orleans und genießt das Nachtleben auf der berühmten Bourbon Street. Schlendert über den weltberühmten Strip von Las Vegas und besucht die zahlreichen Clubs und Kasinos der Stadt, bevor eure Reise in LA endet.
Tag 2-3: Washington D.C.
Tag 4: Washington D.C. - Raleigh
Tag 5: Raleigh - Savannah via Charleston
Tag 6: Savannah - St. Augustine
Tag 7: St. Augustine - Daytona Beach via Kennedy Space Center
Tag 8: Daytona Beach - Miami
Tag 9: Miami
Tag 10: Miami - Orlando
Tag 11: Orlando
Tag 12: Orlando - Panama City Beach
Tag 13: Panama City Beach - New Orleans
Tag 14: New Orleans
Tag 15: New Orleans - Memphis
Tag 16: Memphis
Tag 17: Memphis - Dallas
Tag 18: Dallas / Fort Worth
Tag 19: Dallas - Amarillo
Tag 20: Amarillo - Alburquerque
Tag 21: Albuquerque - Durango
Tag 22: Durango - Grand Canyon via Monument Valley
Tag 23: Grand Canyon Nationalpark
Tag 24: Grand Canyon - Las Vegas
Tag 25: Las Vegas
Tag 26: Las Vegas - Los Angeles
- USA Rundreise gemäß Programm
- Betreuung durch speziell geschulte Reiseleiter und Fahrer
- Transport im modernen klimatisierten Reisebus mit Anschlussmöglichkeiten zum Aufladen kleiner Geräte
- Übernachtungen und Verpflegung gemäß Programm
- Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen gemäß Reiseverlauf
Leistungen nicht enthalten
- Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
- Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
- Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
- Visum / USA ESTA-Einreisegenehmigung
- Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder
Unterbringung in Zweibettzimmern. Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit Mitreisenden des gleichen Geschlechts. Gegen Aufpreis ist auch die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar (Aufpreis bitte anfragen).
Stop in both Annapolis and Philadelphia on our way to the city where it all happens, Washington, D.C. See the city all dressed up in light during tonight's illumination tour that includes views of the White House and the Capitol Building.
- Enjoy a panoramic view of New York City Skyline
- Travel through the Lincoln Tunnel into Manhattan
- See the Liberty Bell & Independence Hall
New York City Pass USD $72
'Sex and the City' Tour USD $45
'Gossip Girl' Tour USD $41
TV & Movie Tour USD $40
Day 2-3: Washington D.C.
With two full days to explore the capital, you can visit some fascinating museums and monuments, or hang out in the city’s vibrant neighborhoods for a different feel. We’ll visit Arlington National Cemetery, where JFK is buried and thousands of US soldiers lie. You’ll see the sobering sight of endless rows of white headstones and have the chance to watch the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. There’s a chance to cover a lot of ground and get familiar with DC by renting a bike. Get some pointers from your Tour Manager on where to go next. Get a dose of culture at the Smithsonian Museums. This is a one-stop culture spot, made up of 19 different museums. It has it all – from natural history to space, so the choice is yours, and best of all, it’s free! You can also visit the world-class Holocaust Museum and learn about one of history’s darkest moments as you honor the victims. For something fun and intriguing, head to the Spy Museum. Find out about infamous FBI cases and what it means to be a secret agent, while you listen to bugs and play around with gadgets and interactive displays. Later, hit Georgetown, D.C.’s oldest district and see how it has injected itself with new energy. 200 year-old buildings hold hip galleries and boutiques – it’s a great place to pick up something funky. It’s also a global kitchen - try something from the 50 different types of ethnic food on offer. With a university crowd, Georgetown is vibrant and young, so spend some time exploring the laid-back lounges and upscale bars. For something more upbeat, get down and funky in Adams-Morgan, another trendy district.
Visit the Newseum USD $21
Day 4: Washington D.C. to Raleigh
We leave hustle and bustle of Washington D.C. for a little Southern Hospitality. Take a break in historic Richmond, a city steeped in American history, before arriving in Raleigh.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
- Visit historic Richmond, VA
- Evening Illuminations Tour
- See the Lincoln, Jefferson, Vietnam, FDR & Korean Memorials
- See the White House, Capitol Building & Washington Monument
- See the Pentagon
Day 5: Raleigh to Savannah via Charleston
Charleston, the birthplace of the dance craze of the same name. Here, horse and carriages are the norm and the ‘low country’ favourite of shrimps and grits are menu regulars, which should be high priority on your agenda today. Learn some facts from our Local Guide, and visit a historical rice plantation. Later, more beautiful 17th Century buildings will excite the architecture enthusiasts as we stroll along stunning Church Street and the waterside promenade, visiting the 200 year old market.
- See the historic Southern town of Charleston
Day 6: Savannah to St. Augustine
Wander the historic squares of Savannah before heading into the cobblestoned ones of America's oldest city, St. Augustine.
- Guided walking tour of charming Savannah
- See Castillo de San Marcos National Monument America's 300 year old fortress
Day 7: St. Augustine to Daytona Beach via Kennedy Space Centre
Today drive south and touch base with outer-space as you explore the Kennedy Space Center before arriving at the surfing capital of the East Coast, Cocoa Beach.
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Parasailing USD $64
Kennedy Space Centre USD $52
Day 8: Daytona Beach to Miami
We'll cruise downtown, taking in the Miami Heat basketball arena and the outdoor shopping mecca, Bayside Marketplace, then why not go a little Miami Vice on a 'Thriller' speedboat tour of the Bay. Want to make it a night to really remember? Opt for our boat party and cruise around Miami harbour, spending your evening like a celeb
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Miami Party Cruise USD $60
Day 9: Miami
Tropical Miami oozes energy and a free day here means time to get into this happening hub. Head down to the boardwalk and people-watch. If you’re looking to relax, kick back among the toned, bronzed bodies on South Beach and take a swim in the warm waters of the southern Atlantic. Have a go on 2 wheels in a fun biking optional excursion with the group and get familiar with the waterfront neighborhoods. Your Local Guide will give you an insider’s view on this colorful town, and take you to many of Miami’s signature sites like Casa Casuarina (Versace mansion), the Bass Art Museum, the Holocaust Memorial before winding down with something cool to drink at Miami’s Marina. If you’ve got time to live a bit of the local Latin lifestyle, return to Little Havana and order some Cuban rice and beans, followed by some sweet Cuban coffee. Try your hand at dominoes on one of the outdoor tables on Calle 8 (Eighth Street) or pick up a Cuban cigar and some salsa music at one of the little shops. Before you hit the shops, get some pointers about where to head from your Tour Manager, who knows Miami’s ins and outs. For shopping in style, stroll through the outdoor shopping promenade of the Lincoln Road mall and for bargains, head to Espanola Way. Tonight, live a slice of the high life and party it up Miami style out on the water in our optional harbor party cruise.
- Wander through vibrant Art Deco period architecture & party like a rockstar in a city famous for it's nightlife
Bike tour of South Beach USD $34
Day 10: Miami to Orlando
Venture north, with a drive through the country’s largest subtropical wilderness- the Everglades. Then, it’s on to the entertainment hub of Orlando.
See downtown Miami
Day 11: Orlando
Free time means a day out in one of the many fun parks located here with some friends. There are loads of options; Disney World with its 4 parks, Universal Studios, SeaWorld and several water parks. The parks also serve up theme-bars and clubs, so if you’re keen, keep it moving tonight at one of them.
One way transfers to the amusement parks
Universal Studios USD $128
Day 12: Orlando to Panama City Beach
With time to relax on the coach, enjoy a siesta or get some tips for the up-coming destinations from your Trip Manager. Later, we're off to soak up some sun with an overnight stop at "The World's Most Beautiful Beaches" - Panama City Beach.
Day 13: Panama City Beach to New Orleans
A meeting point of European style and Caribbean flavors, swinging New Orleans is busy with soul, flamboyance, festivities and a whole lot of jazz! Get your first taste of the city’s romance as the group looks into New Orleans’ spiritual heart: the historic French Quarter. See New Orleans’ main drag, the city’s original coffee shop Café du Monde, the French Market and thriving Jackson Square, with its pretty wrought iron balconies. Later, join an optional excursion on a traditional Mississippi riverboat and head out along the famous river. With a live Dixie jazz band and loads of Creole cooking, you’ll soon get into life in the “Big Easy”. Then turn the energy levels up with a visit to Bourbon street. Humming night and day, it is all about music and bars. So make sure you live the New Orleans’ motto “Laissez les bon temps rouler” - let the good times roll!
See the French Quarter, Jackson Square & the French Market
Day 14: New Orleans
A free day means time to absorb the atmosphere and lose yourself in the energy and diversity of New Orleans. Hop on a historic street car and head to the southern end of the Garden District, where you can soak up the rundown elegance and old-world charm of the quarter’s Victorian mansions. Experience more of the stunning French Quarter, made up of hidden courtyards, soul-kitchens and jazz clubs. Hang out in Jackson square and watch musicians, fortune tellers and artists. For a taste of tradition, sit down in historic Café du Monde and order the only two things on the menu: café au lait (milk coffee) and beignets (French donut). To learn more about local flavours, sign up for the New Orlean’s Cooking School optional and have a go at making classics like gumbo (a type of stew), shrimp Creole and bread pudding. Other ideas for your free time include rummaging through the farmers and flea markets on the square, visiting the Voodoo Museum for a look into more spellbinding traditions or reliving Mardi Gras at the Mardi Gras Museum. Make sure you try some oysters or jambalaya (rice dish with meats) before you head out tonight then check out a different part of the French Quarter with a visit to Frenchman’s Street. The buzzing nightlife is as vibrant on the streets as it is in the bars and clubs. So make sure you live the New Orleans’ motto “Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler” - let the good times roll!
Mardi Gras World Mask making
School of Cooking USD $27
Airboat Swamp Tour USD $55
Day 15: New Orleans to Memphis
Home of the Blues and the King. Say goodbye to the home of jazz and Dixieland as we head for the Mecca of Rhythm and Blues? Memphis, Tennessee. Join us for a night out on the street that made it famous, Beale Street.
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Visit Beale Street, home of Blues music
Day 16: Memphis
Jump start the day with a tour of Graceland and pay homage to the King of Rock’n’Roll. Your Tour Manager will tell you Elvis’ story before you tour his 70’s style mansion and get up close to his lifestyle, gold records and jumpsuits. After Graceland, you’ve got free time to explore Memphis. Stop by at Memphis’ signature site, Sun Studios, where Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash all recorded. If you want to find out more about Memphis musical heritage, have a look around and even make your own record! If you’re hungry while your here, make sure you try out some Memphis BBQ, as this place is known for it. Later, head to Memphis’ core and former hub of African American culture, Beale Street. Birthplace of the blues, stomping ground of famous singers like B.B. King and Tina Turner, this historic street is a major landmark and a great place to listen to live music, kick back with a beer and party.
Pay tribute to the 'King of Rock & Roll' at Elvis' home Graceland
Rock & Soul Museum USD $10
Visit the legendary Sun Studios USD$ 11
Day 17: Memphis to Dallas
Make like a band and get the show back on the road. We arrive in Fort Worth, western style with modern vibes, ready to take on anything and everything Texan.
Cross the Mississippi River
Day 18: Dallas / Fort Worth
Dallas is well known for its oil tycoons, ranchers, millionaire tech innovators, and of course, the Dallas Cowboys football team, better known as "America's Team." Feeling like an investigation? We include a visit to the 6th floor museum where you can learn more about the assassination of President John F Kennedy and try your hand at figuring out 'whodunnit.' Back in Forth Worth, enjoy lunch and sightseeing around Sundance Square, try a craft beer on the Ale Trail or pick up some genuine leather boots and hats at the world famous Justin's Boots. You will be looking good tonight as we head to the Fort Worth Stockyards, home of the cowboy hall of fame and the world's largest honkey tonk, Billy Bob'
- Visit the infamous John F. Kennedy Sixth Floor Museum
- Visit Fort Worth Stockyards
- Mingle with cows and cowboys in this rodeo town
- Enjoy the nightlife
Cowboy Stadium Tour (including transportation) USD $35
Day 19: Dallas to Amarillo
We journey across the Texas plains and head into the cowboy town of Amarillo for a night of real Texan culture.
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Day 20: Amarillo to Albuquerque
Explore the exotic mix of Native American and Hispanic cultures in artistic Santa Fe before we arrive in Albuquerque.
Meals: Dinner and Breakfast
- Experience Native American culture
- Visit the historic art town
- Visit the unusual outdoor tribute to the American automobile at 'Cadillac Ranch'
- Experience Big Texan culture & food.
Hot Air Balloon USD$168
Day 21: Albuquerque to Durango
Wind through the scenic New Mexican desert, to Colorado’s adventure capital and old-mining town, Durango, with its rugged nature and masses of trees. Get into the region’s outdoor lifestyle in an adrenaline-pumping river-rafting optional or choose to discover the back country by horse back on a trail ride to a cave.
Group Photo USD $16
Rafting (seasonal) USD $28
Snowmobiling - Single or Double Rider (seasonal) USD $97 (Single); $137 (Double)
Horse Back Trail Ride (Seasonal) USD $75
Day 22: Durango to Grand Canyon via Monument Valley
It’s into the Wild West today as we travel past cacti, rocky plateaus and the iconic desert backdrop of Monument Valley. Packed with stone spires and mesas (flattop mountains), the valley is also home to Navajo culture. Learn about the American Indian and Navajo way of life as the group visits the Navajo Tribal Park with a Local Guide. Your jaw will drop as we travel through a narrow gorge to the Painted Desert, where colorful rock formations dot the desert. Get your camera ready for a rock shaped exactly like a Mexican sombrero (hat). We continue on to the mind-blowing landscape of the Grand Canyon, one of the world’s most recognizable natural wonders and pride of Arizona.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
See the Painted Desert
Visit Monument Valley
Day 23: Grand Canyon National Park
A day here means time to take in the immensity and spine-tingling beauty of the scene-stealing Canyon – it has got a rep for a reason! This morning get up close to this UNESCO World Heritage site on an optional helicopter ride and get another angle on the Canyon as you fly over it. Hike along the South Rim for mind-blowing vistas of the dramatic scenery. See some of the oldest exposed rocks on earth, take in the deep abyss and soak up the wildness of the area. There are trails for all levels of hiking, so take it up a notch or cruise along at your own pace. Wrap up the day with a canyon sunset and take in the stunning changes of light while the sun goes down.
- Hike along the Canyon's South Rim
- Capture incredible photos with a visit to a panoramic viewpoint
Grand Canyon Biking (seasonal) USD $49
Helicopter Flight - Imperial USD $289
Helicopter Flight - North Canyon USD $199
Day 24: Grand Canyon to Las Vegas
Leaving behind the Grand Canyon, we stop off at Seligman, an historic Route 66 town. Get a feel for the old style as you check out 1940’s shop fronts and motels. Maybe pick up a souvenir for back home. Then following a section of the legendary Route 66, we head north. With down time on the coach, plug in your MP3, catch on some sleep or chat with your friends. Get ready to arrive in larger-than-life Las Vegas – a man-made entertainment oasis smack in the middle of the desert. Often dubbed Sin City, it’s all about glitz, neon lights, and excess. See the bright lights of this city and its world-famous casinos in a first taste of Vegas kitsch as the group heads down the main drag, the “Strip”, and your Tour Manager fills you in on the story behind Vegas. Then cruise downtown to Freemont Street and experience a slice of the spectacular at a light and laser show in a massive pedestrian mall.
Group Photo USD $15
Day 25: Las Vegas
With a free day, you’ve got time to get a real feel for this outrageous town, so keep an eye out for Elvis impersonators and fast-paced chapel weddings! Explore more of the Strip and check out over-the-top versions of international icons, like the Eiffel Tower, Venetian canals and gondolas, a Roman temple or the pyramid, whose nightlight can be seen from the moon. Try your luck at one of the casinos, sit yourself down at a blackjack table and watch the high-rollers or go for a ride at one of the casino’s theme-parks. If you work up an appetite, tuck into an all you can eat buffet, and lunch American style. For something different, discover Las Vegas’ trademark art at the Neon Museum and for a look into this town’s atomic heyday in the 50s, visit the Atomic Testing Museum. If you just want to relax, position yourself poolside back at the hotel and soak up the Las Vegas sun. Tonight, get some pointers on Las Vegas’ hot spots from your Tour Manager and make the most of this towns’ 24/7 action with some of your new friends.
- Experience some of the world's largest hotels & casinos
- Non-stop nightlife
- Go wild in Vegas with a Party Bus
Cirque du’ Soleil show USD $85
High Roller Day Pass (11:30 - 18:00) USD $22
High Roller Anytime USD $32
Day 26: Las Vegas to Los Angeles
Goodbye! It's not over quite yet! On our way back to Los Angeles you can shop 'til you drop at the outlet stores. Start planning your next Contiki tour, your day at Disney, or a reunion with your new friends before the tour's end late this afternoon.
Cross the Mojave Desert
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Contiki bietet ideale Touren für alle von 18-35 Jahren. Urlaub wie wir ihn mögen: "Abenteuer, Spaß & Flexibilität" sind das Motto. Weil wir eine internationale Gruppe Gleichgesinnter sind, teilen wir eine Sprache: Englisch. Daher ist es notwendig, sich wenigstens einigermaßen in Englisch zu verständigen. Wir reisen in modernen Reisebussen und wohnen in ausgesuchten Hotels und landestypischen Unterkünften. Contiki Holidays bietet unzählige Freizeitbeschäftigungen und ein volles Gruppenprogramm. Weil wir aber wissen, dass jeder auch seine eigene Freiheit braucht, bleibt viel Zeit für eigene Erkundungen, um die Dinge aus eigenem Blickwinkel zu entdecken.
HINWEIS ZUR ANREISE
Da die Abfahrt am ersten Tourtag bereits um 07:00 Uhr morgens erfolgt, ist es notwendig, dass Ihr bereits am Vortag anreist. Wir empfehlen ausserdem eine zusätzliche Übernachtung nach Tourende. Die preiswerten Contiki-Gateway Hotels reservieren wir Euch gerne und Ihr bucht das Zimme am besten gleichzeitig mit der Tour.