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  • The Texas Longhorn is descendent from the first cattle introduced to the New World


From sprawling megacities to cowboy hats, trucks, and tons of state pride, everything is bigger in Texas. Whether you seek the renowned music and arts scenes of Austin, Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio or the small-town charms of Fredericksburg and Marfa, there’s endless culture and adventure to be found in the “Lone Star State”. Gather around the spit for a real Texas BBQ, where juicy meats like beef brisket melt in your mouth after being cooked low and slow for hours on end. Kick up the heat with some Tex-Mex cuisine, a delicious mix of Mexican, Spanish, and American flavours that can be found all across the state.

The colossal size of Texas allows for a diverse mix of landscapes within state borders, which is best explored from Big Bend National Park. This all-encompassing terrain includes incredible stargazing opportunities across the entire Chisos mountain range, vast stretches of the Chihuahuan Desert, and curved shores of the Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River. The mesquite-covered valleys and red cliffs of Palo Duro Canyon provide inspiration for artistic souls and adventure lovers alike, with plenty of trails to explore by foot or bike.

If you’re looking to cool down from the Texas sun, Padre Island National Seashore allows you to jump into the sparkling Gulf of Mexico and camp on a sand dune, keeping an eye out for any shooting stars. Seek out the cascading falls of Colorado Bend State Park, an adventurous hike littered with sinkholes, hot springs, and caves.

Texas, United States

  • Heartland of America

    MODERATE | SELF-DRIVE: The drive from Texas to Colorado, through America’s heartland, is entertaining, exhilarating and packed with captivating discoveries. Bookended between Dallas and Denver, familiar sounding names such as Tulsa, Wichita and Dodge City are part of your trip as is the longest drivable stretch of Route 66, through Oklahoma. Wyatt Earp and Buffalo Bill Cody come to mind here and there, but the magnificent vistas provided by snow-capped mountains, brilliant blue skies and towering rock formations in Colorado might leave the deepest impression.
    Duration:
    15 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,277
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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  • Lone Star Trail

    FIRST CLASS | SELF-DRIVE: A fascinating journey around Texas and New Mexico, filled with history, great cities, and awesome landscapes. Let gleaming skyscrapers dazzle you in Dallas and Houston, experience New Mexico’s desert scapes and delight in the historical charm of San Antonio and Santa Fe. Realize the close proximity to Mexico when you visit El Paso, offering a taste of the best of two worlds.
    Duration:
    14 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,221
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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  • Route 66 & Texas Hill Country

    MODERATE | SELF DRIVE: A superb combination of unique cities in Texas and New Mexico with the existing parts of Route 66 is the focus of this trip. Bookended by the impressive skyscrapers of Dallas and the delightful cowboy roots of Fort Worth, Oklahoma City makes for an intriguing stop as do New Mexico’s Amarillo and Santa Fe, introducing a captivating desert vibe. Roswell beckons you to stop at its UFO Museum, and back in Texas you can look forward to a bewildering choice of live music venues in the great city of Austin.
    Duration:
    11 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,669
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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