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The Central California Coast

There is no doubt that the state of California is packed with stunning beaches, and the Central Coast is no exception, but what people often don’t realise is how much more there is to this enticing region than its golden sands. We recently sent our North America specialist Lucie out to visit the counties of more »

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Rocky Mountaineer

All aboard the Rocky Mountaineer

On a recent trip to the wildly spectacular regions of the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, our all-round North America guru Kirsten embarked on a scenic train journey on board the Rocky Mountaineer, hailed around the world for its world-class service and breath-taking scenery. Dating back to the 1800s, transcontinental train travel in Canada continues more »

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Fort Worth Stockyards

A weekend in the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards

North America specialist Lucie recently visited Texas and was bowled over by this charming US state. Here, she tells us all about her weekend playing cowgirl at the Fort Worth Stockyards… Fort Worth is a fascinating city of contrasts. It is widely known as the city of cowboys and culture, and rightly so. It has more »

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The Imagine Travel Bucket List

A bucket list can be described as the number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to accomplish during their lifetime. Here at Imagine Travel our list is ever growing, but after careful consideration we have selected (in no particular order) our Top 14 things to see before you die… 1. Galapagos Islands Famous more »

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Mist over Denali National Park

Tracking bears in Denali National Park

Having fulfilled a lifelong dream, Kate tells us why spotting a grizzly bear up close was the ultimate highlight of her recent trip to Alaska… With visitor numbers capped to keep the park as natural a habitat as possible for the animals who call this home, I feel lucky to have been one of the more »

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Lost and Found in North America

North America has a seemingly never-ending bucket list of iconic sights and destinations that are justifiably popular. But getting off the beaten track and exploring what Americans often call the boondocks really repays the effort of getting there and, more often than not, generates the kind of serendipitous encounter that transforms a holiday from being more »

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