Rocky Mountains region.
Rocky Mountains region. Supplied

USA for the independent traveller

ADVENTURE World has expanded its North American product portfolio to include the Rocky Mountains, Texas and USA National Parks in their newly launched Canada 2012 brochure.  

This year's brochure showcases a multitude of new and unique experiences designed to cater to the independent traveller.  

Adventure World general manager product and marketing, Neil Rodgers said Adventure World has undertaken considerable planning and research to offer products from three core regions of the USA.  

"We've seen a surge in requests for experiences in Texas largely due to the new daily Qantas flights from Sydney to Dallas.  

"The direct flights have stimulated huge growth for this region and we‟ve responded with exciting tours to explore and experience the destination," said Mr Rodgers.  

Adventure World anticipates the most popular experience in Texas will be the nine day Texas Triangle self-drive program, which includes the retail delights of Dallas, the historic Wild West of Fort Worth, and a two night stay at an authentic cattle ranch.  

"We're excited to offer a new and complete range of USA National Park lodging programs across the country from the Grand Canyon, Yosemite and Yellowstone National Park. While the lesser known Rocky Mountain Region - including Wyoming, South Dakota, Montana and Idaho- is perfectly suited for the independent traveller looking for a true wilderness experience.  

"Our optional extras such as water rafting on Idaho's untamed Salmon River, driving cattle on horseback or sleeping under the star-studded Montana skies perfectly suit the more adventurous traveller," Mr Rodgers said.  

For more information visit Adventure World.

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