USA – Alaska, Wyoming, Colorado
“Why not a staycation, or a road trip to somewhere close by? Sometimes the last thing you want to do is get on a plane. People sometimes forget that within miles of where they live, there are wonderful things to do. If you are lucky enough to live in a major city and are like a lot of people, you may not take advantage of all your city has to offer.
Book a nice hotel, for midweek in your city, when rates have dropped. Order room service, head to the spa. Hop on a train, head to upstate NY. Have a car? Drive a few hours north, south. I would bet you can get pretty creative, especially with the help of a travel agent whose filled with ideas and suggestions. No matter where you live, there are great places to see all around us.
Colorado, for example, is great for adventure seekers. Whether it is winter or summer, it doesn’t matter. Not only is it beautiful during both seasons, but there are also a million activities. From skiing and snow tubing to horseback riding, white water rafting and hiking.” – Courtney McGroarty (Protravel, New York, NY)
“Wyoming’s natural, untouched landscape coupled with the multitude of activities for all ages makes this a great family-friendly destination. Horseback riding, fishing, hiking, scavenger hunts and more. While in the rugged landscape, you can still experience luxury accommodations, gastronomy, and relaxing spa experiences.” – Alyssa Scott (Protravel, Encino, CA)
“Families can unpack once on a family-friendly Alaska cruise and in one-week experience everything from whale watching, hiking on a glacier, panning for gold and taking a dog sled ride in the wilderness.” – June Kleier (Protravel, Scottsdale, AZ)