Back-Roads Touring is taking its small group travel style into North America by unveiling its first ever itineraries in the United States, including one that covers the Deep South.

The brand unveiled seven of its first North America itineraries this week, which focus on lesser known sides of the region’s North East, Deep South and the East Coast.

Promising to give travellers the chance to “see a destination through the eyes of the people who know it best”, itineraries include visiting the historic Mt Washington Cog Railway, walking in the footsteps of soldiers who served in the American Civil War, stepping into a Louisiana plantation, and finishing each day at hand-picked accommodation loaded with local charm.

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There’s also a Jeep tour of he sacred Monument Valley with a Navajo guide, wine-pairing lunches in Napa Valley, oyster sucking in Rhode Island, and more.

Back-Roads Touring General Manager of Global Sales, David Gendle, said the move to the US follows feedback from past guests who were keen to explore the country in a small group.

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“Each experience has been carefully curated based on customer and agent feedback, our most popular experiences on other Back-Roads tours and the desire to explore North America at a deeper level, showcasing quintessential North American cuisines, cultures and architectural wonders.”

David Gendle, Back-Roads Touring General Manager

“Our experienced guides will help turn your trip to North America into something extraordinary and unexpected, leaving you with unforgettable memories to cherish forever.”

The tour operator’s new US itineraries follow on from last year’s expansion into Asia.

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