Ever since my first trip with Trek America, I've been dying to go on another. In truth, I'm not the most discerning traveler. I'll go anywhere given half the chance. But there are a few treks that are at the top of my wishlist.


Go hard or go home, am I right? Hitting up 48 states in one trip sounds like a dream to me. Lasting 80 days, it's not the slow travel I usually opt for but if it gives me a good overview of the country so I can plan where to spend my time in the future, then I'm game.

I've been desperate to go to Hawaii for a while now. There's a ton of things on this trip that really hook me, like volcanoes and turtles. This trek would be perfect to add on to the Great 48 trek previously mentioned, as at 8 days it would bring your total days in the US up to 88. There's 90 days on a tourist visa. I don't know about you, but I'd intend to squeeze everything I could out of them.

This trek is 49 days long. If you haven't worked it out by now, I love lengthy trips. With the option to add a 3-day Amazon jungle excursion, a 4-day Inca Trail trek and a 2-day train journey to Macchu Picchu, this trek ticks off a few bucket list items too. 

Seven countries, ancient ruins, volcanoes, jungles, coral reefs... This trip has everything one could want. In 46 days of travel across Central America, there's plenty to see and do. The diversity of this region ensures something for everything. You'll never get bored! 


Alaska is one of those states I'd love to visit but probably wouldn't get around to without a guided tour. There's lots of hiking and wildlife involved in this trek, so I'd better get my fitness level up before considering it, but if I could only do one more trip with Trek America, I'd probably chose this one.

Highlights listed on the website include a visit to Dinosaur Provincial Park and Museum and that's the kinda thing that gets me instantly. Along side admission to national parks and some days in the cities to break from all the nature, this would definitely be a trek to remember. 

My first experience with Trek America was a lot of fun and I'd definitely be up for a repeat of it. All of these treks offer a ton of things that I'd love to see and do. It might be a lot of money, but at the end of it, it's worth it for the hassle free fun (since you're not doing the planning) and the friends you make while traveling. 

Have you traveled with Trek America? Which of these treks takes your fancy? Let me know in the comments below and don't forget to subscribe to be notified of future posts!