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Journey Latin America Launches New North America Brand

Journey Latin America Launches New North America Brand

Specialist tour operator Journey Latin America is delighted to announce the launch of Journeyscape, a new sister brand specialising in the USA and Canada. Sharing its head office in West London with Journey Latin America, Journeyscape’s team of Travel Experts have extensive first-hand knowledge of North America and an enthusiasm for sharing it.

They have designed over 60 inspiring and authentic journeys across North America offering visitors the opportunity to experience the rich cultures, diverse landscapes, and abundant wildlife of this vast continent.

Head of Product for Journeyscape and Journey Latin America, Stuart Whittington comments “With almost 45 years of experience, Journey Latin America has long-been the leading specialist Tour Operator in crafting high-quality tailor-made and small, escorted group tours in Central and South America. With the launch of Journeyscape, we’re bringing our expertise, philosophy and passion to the USA and Canada. We’re excited to be working with some incredible local partners on the ground to offer classic trips and off-the-beaten-track experiences that cover the length and breadth of North America, from enjoying the rhythms of the USA’s Deep South to wildlife spotting in the remote Inside Passage between Canada and Alaska.”

Top 6 Journeyscape Holidays

The Real Route 66 Extended, 22 days from £4,900 per person.


Route 66 is a legendary drive and nowadays, it is all about nostalgia and classic Americana. Our self-drive itinerary takes you along the original ‘Mother Road’ from Lake Michigan in Chicago to Santa Monica, California. It also includes Amarillo, Gallup, Flagstaff and Sedona guaranteeing stops at all the places and attractions that have made this journey famous for generations. Travelling at a slower pace over 22 days, this journey gets under the skin of this country and includes stays in classic motels such as the El Vado and Wigwam Motels. In 2026, Route 2026 will celebrate 100 years since it first opened.

Native America Country, 15 days from £3,640 per person.

Few opportunities exist to immerse oneself in Native American culture, which is why we’ve created this once-in-a-lifetime journey through the tribal lands of some of America’s largest and oldest tribes. Begin and end in Phoenix, Arizona and explore Scottsdale, Gallup, Monument Valley, Lake Powell and the Grand Canyon. Enjoy the company of native American guides throughout - hear their stories, learn about their ancestral past, witness their customs, discover their artisanship and experience firsthand the spectacular landscapes they call home on this incredible tour across America’s Southwest.

Cowboys and Cajuns, Mansions and Music, 16 days from £3,820 per person.

This self-drive holiday offers an impressive introduction to the history and culture of two of the South’s most iconic destinations New Orleans and Austin. Begin in Fort Worth’s historic Stockyards to witness the world’s last twice-daily longhorn cattle drive before visiting some of Louisiana’s largest former plantations and stay at the historic Houmas House. Continue the journey to experience the South’s incredible music scene, stopping in the birthplace of Jazz, New Orleans, and the ‘Live Music Capital of the World’, Austin, Texas. From visiting the Tabasco Factory to taking a cooking class in Cajun or Creole cuisine, this immersive holiday gives a taste of Louisiana’s heritage. The holiday finishes at the luxurious Wildcatter Ranch where one can experience rural Texan life firsthand.

Alaskan Expedition Cruise: Inside Passage, bears and Aleutian Islands, 19 days from £9,516 per person.

This 19-day itinerary goes beyond Alaska’s classic highlights sailing to the tip of the Bering Sea. With scientists on board, your journey is made extra special as you learn about their research. Exploring by expedition cruise allows access to more remote inlets, islands and coastal communities and while many of the larger cruise liners pass through the Inside Passage at night, our smaller vessel allows you to navigate some of the narrower inlets, making a daylight exploration a magnificent spectacle for watching whales and orcas. This cruise sails from Vancouver up through the fjord-lined Inside Passage, across the Gulf of Alaska and around the Aleutian Isles to Nome on the Bering Strait. Spot glaciers in Icy Bay and brown bears in Kodiak and Katmai. On the remote islands of St Paul and St Matthew, there are superb opportunities for bird watching with puffins, kittiwakes and cormorants among more than 300 species.

New Foundland Explorer, 12 days from £4,990 per person.

Explore wild, unique Newfoundland on this off-the-beaten-track self-drive holiday. Experience the breathtaking fjords and mountains in Gros Morne National Park also home to black bears and bald eagles and experience local indigenous traditions and cultures including fishing, hunting and foraging techniques. From May until June, spot huge icebergs floating past Twillingate, and oceans filled with whales and puffins off St John’s.

Rockies, Whales and Bears, 12 days from £3,840 per person,

This 12-day self-drive adventure in Alberta and British Columbia journeys from Calgary through stunning Rocky Mountain scenery to the wilds of Vancouver Island and is best taken from June to October to see whales, orcas and grizzly bears. Swapping a bear lodge for a comfortable camp in the wild, Kingfisher’s base camp is located close to orca travel routes and adjacent to humpback whale feeding areas, many of them often feeding within sight of camp.

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