Located along Mississippi's gulf coast, the co-joined cities of Gulfport and Biloxi offer 26 miles of beaches, more than 20 golf courses, and is the 3rd largest casino gaming destination in the United States.
Savannah has a rich history, beautiful tree-filled squares, and architecturally significant mansions, making it the largest National Historic Landmark District in the United States. The golf resort area of Hilton Head is only 45 miles away.
Set at the foot of the Sierra Madre Mountains, Mazatlan is a beautiful city rich in history and culture. It also has all the discos, restaurants, shopping, tours and beaches any vacationer could ask for.
Attracted by year-round sunshine, thousands pour into Miami to capture a little sun and relaxation. Miami's list of attractions is long and varied; shows, shopping, recreation, museums, and beaches (of course!).
Orlando is one of the world’s top vacation destinations. Here in perpetually sunny Orlando, visitors will find the likes of Disneyworld, the Magical Kingdom, water parks, MGM Studios and the Epcot Center.
With the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz as its icons, San Francisco is packed with attractions including Fisherman’s Wharf, shopping along Haight-Ashbury, and a historic cable car system that still manages to navigate the city’s steep streets.
San Juan offers the Old Town which is biggest collection of historic buildings in the Caribbean, the Bacardi Distillery, the magnificent Museo de Arte complex, pristine golf courses and white sandy beaches.
Seattle is a perfect destination for families. It has many attractions including museums and science centers to keep the kids happy. All year there are events and festivals to keep its guests entertained.
St. Maarten, an island shared by the Dutch and French, is the epitome of Caribbean travel. Snorkeling, surfing and swimming are popular water activities while the island’s two nationalities make for interesting land-bound explorations.