At the heart of a village in Vermont, this authentic inn, surrounded by mountains and valleys, is the perfect romantic getaway. With 11 unique luxury suites and guests rooms, an attentive staff, and an exceptional farm-to-table dining experience, you are sure to spend a restful and rejuvenating weekend.
Explore the scenic landscapes of the Canyons for a trip riddled in emotion. You will be awed by the grandeur of these Canyons. From the immense Grand Canyon and the golden towers of Bryce Canyon, to Sedona’s famous red stones and the contrasting colors of Arches National Park. Antelope Canyon will amaze with its fantastic lighting, while Lake Powell and Death Valley are not to be missed. Travel to the American West to discover its unique spirit and its spectacular panoramas!
Things to See and Do in the Canyons
Explore the Wondrous Grand Canyon
Stretching almost 300 miles from end to end, the vast and stunningly beautiful Grand Canyon is one of the world’s seven natural wonders. With its awe-inspiring, steep, and rocky walls which descend a mile into the canyon’s floor, the Colorado River tracing through, this Arizona landmark is a sight not to be missed.
Spend the Day Exploring the Lake Powell Area
Lake Powell is an 186-mile long lake lying mostly in Utah and straddling the Utah/Arizona border. With its nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline, this the desert oasis has so much to offer. Spend the day exploring the gorgeous scenery and beaches or go fishing. Hikers can enjoy access to dozens of canyons from here.
Soak up the Serene Vibes of Sedona
With its glowing red rock formations, pine forests, and art scene, spending a few days in Sedona is a magical experience. Hike the notable red-rock buttes (Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, Bear Mountain and Courthouse Rock), browse art galleries, discover Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona has so much to offer.
Discover the Party City of Las Vegas
Discovering Las Vegas for the first time is like exploring a new planet. During the day, the city is asleep… But when the sun sets, Las Vegas wakes up: the casinos fill up and the games start!
Itineraries in the Canyons
Las Vegas is typically a good base to depart to the Canyons. VeronicTravel has a multitude of itineraries in the Canyons varying based on your interests and your available time. Our itineraries can include such activities as boat rental, rafting, helicopter rides, hiking, and biking.
Here are two very basic examples of itineraries in the American Canyons we can build for you:
Starting in Las Vegas:
Las Vegas | Zion & Bryce Canyon | Lake Powell | Antelope Canyon | Monument Valley | Grand Canyon | Death Valley | Mammoth Lakes | Yosemite | San Francisco
Starting in Phoenix:
Phoenix | Sedona | Flagstaff | Canyon de Chelly | Arches National Park | Salt Lake City
Known for its rich culture and its diverse landscape, if you are looking for a destination on the rise, travel to Colombia. Indeed, Colombia is the only Latin American country where you can enjoy the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans, the Carribean and the Andes, without forgetting the Amazon. For these reasons, Colombia benefits from a rich fauna and flora resulting in a delicious selection of fruit and tropical juices. Colombia is also the country of coffee, where you can learn everything in the coffee-making process.
With a warm and welcoming people, Colombians celebrate all sorts of holidays and festivals with their culture that intermingles Indigenous, African, and Latin roots. Between the salsa, the cumbia and wild nights out in the more cosmopolitan cities, Colombian are famous for loving to dance and celebrate.
Things to See & Do in Colombia
Discover Historic Bogota
Bogota is Colombia’s high altitude capital. Explore Bogota’s historic center Candelaria with its cobblestoned streets peppered with colorful colonial homes with wooden balconies and patios replete with flowers. Some of the landmarks here to visit are the Teatro Colón, the neoclassic performance hall, and the 17th-century Iglesia de San Francisco.
Spend a few days in Tayrona National Park
The magical Tayrona National Park, in northern Colombia, is a large protected area with a rich biodiversity between the Sierra Nevada mountains and the Carribean coast covered in a thick rainforest. Probably the closest you will come to visiting Paradise on Earth, this parc is also home to sumptuous white sandy beaches with crystal clear waters. At its heart, the Pueblito ruins are an archaeological site accessed via forest trails, with terraces and structures built by the Tayrona civilization.
Explore the Charming Port Town Cartagena
Cartagena, the Pearl of the Carribean, is a port town on the Carribean coast founded during the 16th century. With its cobbled streets, brightly colored colonial homes, Cartagena’s rich culture will surprise and enchant you.
Head to Colombia’s World Famous Coffee Region
Head to the Valle de Cocora by way of the town Salento to discover the coffee, banana, pineapple plantations. Here you will also find the Quindio wax palms, the world’s largest palm trees.
Buccaneer’s Creek all-inclusive resort personifies the Creole spirit and offers an impressive number of ways to enjoy a taste of paradise in the French West Indies. Whether you’re soaking in the sun on the amazing beaches of Martinique, scuba diving off the sublime coastline of Baie du Marin, pampering yourself with an ultra-relaxing spa treatment, or taking a leisurely stroll in the tranquil gardens of our tropical resort, Buccaneer’s Creek has something for everyone.
5 Reasons to Chose this Resort:
- Falling for the charms of one of the most beautiful beaches on Martinique, facing the Rocher du Diamant
- Waterskiing or wakeboarding from a fabulous pontoon
- Strolling through the tropical gardens or among the coconut palms
- Marvelling at the fish as you Scuba dive or exploring the thrilling world of kitesurfing
- Combining beauty with pleasure, at the new Club Med Spa* by PAYOT
Why book with VeronicTravel?
VeronicTravel has a privileged relationship with Club Med, meaning that any special needs you may have during your vacation will be tended to, at no extra cost.
Travel South, Southwest and North by Train on a rail tour covering all Ireland’s highlights – offering two nights in Killarney, two nights in Galway and two nights in Dublin. This tour covers a large part of the Wild Atlantic Way and Causeway coast. Head South to visit Cork, Blarney Castle & the Ring of Kerry, West to the Cliffs of Moher, Connemara, the Aran Islands in Galway Bay and North to the Giants Causeway.
Discover Argentina, the second largest country of South America! From the impressive Iguazu falls to the imposing Andes mountains, and the world-famous wine region to the cultural and vibrant cities, Argentina’s diversity will fascinate.
Argentina is a fascinating land of contrasts and of unspoiled nature along its 3.694km (2.295mi.) from north to south and 1.423km (885mi.) from east to west. You can find impressive waterfalls, appealing landscapes, delicious wines, peaceful lakes, breath-taking glaciers, the world´s southernmost city also known as “the end of the world” as well as abundant wildlife.
Buenos Aires, the capital city, is itself worth spending some time to discover its elegant Parisian vibe and so many diverse neighborhoods.
The capital of Argentina and the center of the political, economic, and intellectual life of the country, Buenos Aires has a strong European influence reflected in its refined cuisine, its luxury boutiques and in the elegance of its inhabitants. Despite modern constructions and dynamic activity, it has managed to preserve old traditions and charming corners.
The cosmopolitan atmosphere and the individual personality of each of its neighborhoods fascinate its visitors. Almost 13 million people live there and can enjoy the plentiful nightlife. During the day, a wide variety of attractions are offered: museums, art galleries, antique stores, large green areas and parks, renowned sporting events and golf courses. This is the birth place of tango music, which is included in the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Nature blessed the Argentine, Brazilian and Paraguayan border with a show of her splendid talent. Iguazú Falls leave every visitor speechless. You can literally stand only a few meters away from this impressive mass of water; a total of 275 falls dropping over 70m (230ft.). Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat) is the most impressive waterfall, where the falling water gives the illusion of magical rainbows. The National Park is full of exotic subtropical vegetation surrounding the falls: several plant species with giant trees, ferns, lianas and orchids, 400 species of colorful birds (toucans, parrots, woodpeckers, humming birds and butterflies, with fascinating vivid colors and designs), and other fauna such as jaguar, tiger-cat, foxes, tapir, monkeys.
Iguazu National Park was designated World Heritage Site by UNESCO, while the close Jesuit Missions have been declared Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO. This magical part of the world was recently voted as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.
Itinerary in Patagonia
Patagonia, the southernmost region of South America is a mesmerizing part of the world. With its glaciers and lakes, arid steppes, grasslands and deserts, this is a voyage that will forever be engraved in your memories.
This week-long tour of Patagonia takes you to the following places:
- Ushuaia — a full day cruise to Penguin Island
- A tour of the Ushuaia National Park and the Train to the End of the World
- El Calafate — full day of minitrekking, or full day Big Ice, or Perito Moreno
- A full day boat trip to view the glaciers
Torres del Paine National Park
Located on the Chile side of the Patagonia region and known for its soaring mountains, bright blue icebergs that sever from glaciers and golden grasslands, or pampas, sheltering rare wildlife, the Torres del Paine National park is an absolute must on your visit to Argentina.
Discover the exciting nature at Perito Moreno Glacier and inside the National Park Torres del Paine, as well as an unforgettable cruise from Punta Arenas to Ushuaia.