Trafalgar – Extended Fly For $999 USA & Canada

Offer Extended Until 28 March!

After almost 70 years in the business, Trafalgar have developed powerful relationships with everyone from hoteliers to local providers; all to offer you everything you’d expect and more. You’ll meet local people, hear their stories, and enjoy their food, wine and culture in a way that brings every destination to life.

Karen is one such example. Get local as she takes you through a sensory journey into the Californian countryside and explains the secrets of olive oil. Passionate about her product, Karen imparts her knowledge on uncovering the perfect drop on this tasting and tour of her grove, followed up by a delicious lunch with to-die-for views:

Scroll down for a handful of featured tours that we believe deserve extra special attention, then contact us for a full brochure or to enquire about Trafalgar.

Where To Go?

Northern California
Jump aboard the ultimate northern Californian road trip, winding your way through the fresh cityscapes of San Francisco and Monterey, and along the sun-kissed seaside cliffs of Big Sur, tasting the golden age of rail travel through Napa Valley wine country and dining on the quiet waters of Lake Tahoe.

From $3695 plus fly for $999 (Valid 12 May – 16 June 2018)

The Trailblazer
Colour outside the lines on this brush with the brilliant hues of some of America’s most spectacular natural wonders, from the golden pink and yellow sunrise over the Grand Canyon to the red and lavender shades of the Painted Desert and Sedona’s red rock cliffs and buttes.

From $3195 plus fly for $999 (Valid 15 April – 23 May 2018)

Enchanting Canadian Maritimes
Drop anchor and embark on an exploration of Canada’s breathtakingly beautiful Maritimes. Enjoy the taste of the salty Atlantic, fresh lobster on the water and the very best Canadian brews as you explore wind-swept sea cliffs, beautiful centuries-old towns and the hearty way of life of the rugged Nova Scotians.

From $3725 plus fly for $999 (Valid 4 August – 25 August 2018)