G Adventures has added 13 new tours to its range in the US, which reopens its borders to international tourists next month.
The extra holidays double the size of the operator’s United States of Adventure collection, which was initially launched in February 2021 for domestic travellers.
The group trips include indigenous-led experiences such as in Monument Valley where guides will share their background and connection to the land.
Clients can also access highlights such as Antelope Canyon, for which tickets have been difficult to secure because of the boom in domestic tourism.
Samantha Couture, US product director at G Adventures, said: “The new collection meets the demand from travellers globally who are looking to get out in nature and be more remote.
“The trips have been a hit domestically, and we’ve worked hard to make the experiences enriching and fulfilling for a global audience.
“We’re excited to include a variety of different and difficult-to-book experiences in the itineraries, such as a Navajo-guided tour of Antelope Canyon and an indigenous-led Jeep tour through Monument Valley.”
The new tours depart from spring 2022 and are in Classic and 18-to-Thirtysomethings styles. Classic trips feature some time in cities and hotel accommodation while 18-to-Thirtysomethings tours offer accommodation in camp sites and motels.
One of the new tours is the Best of Utah and Arizona National Parks seven-day Classic trip. It starts and ends in Las Vegas and visits Bryce and Grand canyons, plus Monument Valley (pictured). It costs from £1,699, not including flights.