You need to know three things before going to Acadia: when to go, what to see, and which Acadia tours to take. The “when to go” is easy! Since the park is closed for the winter and early spring, you can only visit from May to November. Spring and summer are beautiful at Acadia, but […]
You can bring your pet on a Yellowstone National Park tour… but with plenty of restrictions. You need to make sure your pet is within a vehicle or tent, or on a leash shorter than 6 feet at all times. And pets are not allowed at all on boardwalks or hiking trails, even with a leash.
Yellowstone is arranged like a big circle, with five different entrances to the loop: West Entrance from Yellowstone Airport, South Entrance from Jackson, North Entrance from Roosevelt Arch, Northeast Entrance from Cooke City, East Entrance from Cody.
While you’ll see plenty of jaw-dropping houses on a Newport mansion tour, one estate stands out from all the rest: The Breakers. Built-in 1895 as a summer house for wealthy socialite Cornelius Vanderbilt II, favorite grandson of the original Cornelius Vanderbilt, The Breakers is considered by many to be the finest example of Gilded Age […]
While it’s possible to walk around specific areas or neighborhoods, the only way to get a tour of the whole city is to take a driving tour of San Francisco. At over 200 square miles and with a more significant metropolitan population of almost 5 million people, San Francisco is one of California’s most significant […]
The Newport Cliff Walk is a famous public walking trail along the eastern coast of Rhode Island. Here, you can soak up the natural beauty of Rhode Island’s rugged coastline and the stunning architectural display of Newport’s iconic gilded-age mansions. The trail is 3.5 miles long and has moderate terrain, with a couple of patches […]
Put simply, the Coba Mayan ruins are old. This ancient Mayan metropolis is over 2,000 years old! This ruined city was once the center of an intricate stone causeway system and it contains many records of daily and ceremonial life for the Mayans. Scattered around several lakes in the Mayan lowlands, Coba consists of a […]
Hawaii’s Big Island is full of beautiful waterfalls. Some of the best places to see them are on the northern and eastern sides of the island. If it’s your first time visiting or if you love the idea of learning more about this incredible island as you travel, explore with Action Tour Guide’s self-guided tour. […]
The Ek Balam ruins have fascinated travelers and historians alike for many decades. This once-thriving Mayan city features an unusually shaped pyramid, an acropolis, and many more ancient structures that offer many historical insights into Mayan culture. Best yet, you can still climb to the top of the highest ruins. It is 106 steps to […]