Six Great Summer Vacations for the Family

Tour operator Classic Journeys is promoting its summer tours throughout the U.S. and Canada this summer as cost-effective and nature-filled itineraries for families seeking adventure that’s closer to home.

From June through August, Classic Journeys is offering 11 North American tour departures that include such activities as hiking, whitewater rafting, sea kayaking and cookouts under the stars, guided by full-time local guides.

They are as follows:

Montana’s Glacier Park: Departs July 4-9 and July 24-29. It begins and ends in Whitefish, MT.

Bryce, Grand Canyon & Zion: Departs July 3-8 and July 31-Aug. 5. It begins and ends in St. George, UT .

Canadian Rockies: Departs July 3-8 and Aug. 7-12. It begins and ends in Banff, Alberta.

Canadian Rockies Deluxe Camping: Departs June 26-July 1 and July 31-Aug. 5. It begins and ends in Banff, Alberta.

Nova Scotia: Departs June 19-24 and July 31-Aug. 5. It begins and ends in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

San Juan Islands: Departs July 24-29. It begins in Friday Harbor, San Juan Island, WA, and ends in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Prices for family trips in North America begin at $2,695 per person, land only, with significant discounts for kids. When sharing a room with two full-paying guests, kids ages 11-16 receive a $500 discount; ages 7-10 receive a $750 discount; ages 3-6 a receive a $1,250 discount; and children ages 2 and younger receive a $1,750 discount. When sharing a room with one full-paying guest, kids receive a $250 discount across the board.

Classic Journeys also offers fully customizable family vacations.



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