While you might not be able to walk everywhere in Washington on foot, you probably won't need a car, especially in the center where most Washington DC tours take place. You can quickly get in and out of downtown Washington without a car, and you'll be able to walk once you make it there.
The Grand Canyon’s popular South Rim is almost entirely open to your canine companion. Dogs have to be on a leash that’s 6 feet or less no matter where they are in the park. Know that dogs can’t go on shuttles and can’t be left alone - even in your car.
You're going to want to take a self-guided Arches Park tour. For starters, you get to travel in your car. And when you're traveling in your car, you get to decide how long you stay at various stops. So if you're a big fan of Double Arch, for instance, you can stay for as long as you like.
Of the 800 Florida Keys, there are only about 10 or 11 big enough to take note of, and they're all reachable by car if you take the Overseas Highway. The route starts at Key Largo, the biggest of the Keys. At the end of the line is Key West, one of the most eclectic little cities in the US.
The Florida Keys are so gorgeous that it's hard to pick, but for our money, the most beautiful part has to be the beaches. There's a reason that Florida Keys tours always talk about the shoreline, and we promise you won't be disappointed by the stunning vistas and soft sands of the Keys.
Like any other trip, to get the most out of your tour of Chichen Itza, you should come prepared. First and foremost, always pack food and plenty of water. Chichen Itza can be swelteringly hot in the summer months, so combat dehydration with a few bottles of water.