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North America is a continent entirely within the Northern Hemisphere and almost all within the Western Hemisphere. Named after the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci, North America covers about 16.5 % of earth’s land and 4.8% of the earth’s surface. The first human populations reached the continent during the last glacial period approximately 40,000 to 17,000 years ago. The Paleo Indian period lasted for about 10,000 years, that marked the beginning of the Meso Indian period. The Pre Columbian era ended in 1492 and the transatlantic migrations began with the arrival of the European settlers during the Age of Discovery and the Early Modern Period. European influences are the strongest in the northern parts of the continent while indigenous and African influences are relatively stronger in the South. Because of the colonialism, most North Americans speak English, Spanish or French and societies and states commonly reflect Western traditions. North America consists of three large nations and one large island territory that covers most of its area. They are Canada, the United States of America (USA), Mexico and Greenland. Although Central American and the Caribbean regions are technically part of the North American continent they are commonly listed separately both for cultural and geographical reasons.
Canada - Canada certainly has a vast expanse of breathtaking unspoiled wilderness, but it also features some of the world’s most modern cosmopolitan cities. From the majestic Pacific coast to the laid back beauty of the Atlantic coast, more than 5,000 km, Canada has something for everyone.
Caribbean - White sandy beaches, crystal clear water, and laid back island culture make the Caribbean one of the world’s top vacation spots.
Central America - The seven small nations of this isthmus connecting North and South America blend elements of both the continents. You will find bustling cities, long coastlines, ancient jungle ruins, and Spanish tinged mestizo and Afro India cultures.
Greenland - A self governing country, but officially still part of Denmark, Greenland is a vast island of stark landscapes and midnight sun.
Mexico - Mexico is a great tourist attraction for sun seekers and historians alike, the former flock to Mexico’s tropical beaches, while the latter find the artifacts of the ancient Aztec and Mayan civilisation fascinating.
United States of America - One of the largest, most ethnically diverse and multicultural nations on Earth includes some of the world’s most famous cities, natural parks of unparalleled beauty, and virtually everything in between.
The vast natural forest of Yellowstone National Park, the first national park in the world, covers 9000 km square that contains half of all the world’s known geothermal features, with more than 10,000 examples. It has also has the world’s largest concentration of geysers (more than 300 geysers or two thirds of all those in the planet).
The United States of America is blessed with a wealth of National Parks, there are 60 protected areas, known as National parks, some of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites like the Yellowstone National Park, Grand Canyon, Smoky Mountains and many more.
On this tour you will travel at your own pace, without having to rush through the activities of the day. Your tour starts in New York city, where you will see the many important landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, Rockfeller centre, spend some time in Times Square, Manhattan and Theatre District.
Panama City, the capital of Panama, in Central America, between Columbia and Costa Rica, is a modern city framed by the Pacific Ocean and man made Panama Canal. Founded in August 15, 1519 by Spanish Conquistador Pedro Arias Davila, the city was the starting point for expeditions that conquered the Inca Empire in Peru.
Canada is a North American country stretching from the U.S. in the south to the Arctic Circle in the North. Major cities include massive Toronto, west coast film centre Vancouver, French speaking Montreal and UNESCO Heritage site of Quebec and Ottawa, the capital city.