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The amazing West! It’s a big region with lots to offer your groups. From Alaska to California and the Islands of Hawaii. From history to the city life it’s all in the West.

In this region your groups can witness the steps of Lewis and Clark along the great Columbia Gorge that splits Washington and Oregon. Follow the California Gold Rush and pan for gold! The taming of the great frontier in Alaska and immerse yourself in Native American history and culture in Alaska, Washington and Oregon where the tribes are an intricate part of the culture and economy.

The American Southwest contains more than its fair share of natural wonders: Grand Canyon, Arches National Park, and Carlsbad Caverns National Park are three of the most famous natural attractions that draw people from all over the world. The region is home to a wonderful and vibrant mix of Anglo, Latino, and Native American traditions making it one of the more diverse, interesting, and picturesque corners of America with regards to history, landscape and culture.

Surrounded by the beauty of the Great Lakes, Brilliant Edvenures can help your group explore thousands of acres of freshwater coastline and outdoor splendor. Michigan alone has over 3,200 miles of coastline! You’ll find world-class museums, amazing architecture, and beautiful scenery from rolling rural vistas to urban surprises. From the Magnificent Mile and Route 66 to wine trails and scenic byways, the Great Lakes region has something for everyone! Groups will enjoy cheese making in Wisconsin and a skyline tour of Chicago and a wide variety of experiences for the whole family.

New England is the birthplace of America and seeped in rich history. It also boasts stunning fall foliage, beautiful coastlines, scenic villages and amazing attractions. Discover white sand beaches and lighthouses, outdoor adventures and panoramic mountain views. Foodies have a wide variety of tastings in the region. Enjoy culinary delights with live Maine lobster and fresh seafood chowder. Visit the cranberry fields to learn about harvesting or visit a maple syrup farm.

Group travelers could explore for a lifetime in the diverse Mid-Atlantic region. From the major cities like New York City and Philadelphia to the nation’s capital of Washington DC to Amish country in Pennsylvania, Brilliant Edventures can get you there. If your group seeks excitement, venture to Atlantic City with its brilliant nightlife and casinos. Enjoy a Broadway show in New York City and explore the many world class museums. Don’t forget to stop in a New York deli for a traditional pastrami on rye.

For those travelers that love the mountains, the Wild West and history Brilliant Edventures says explore the Rocky Mountain Region! Enjoy Bald eagles soaring in the rugged peaks and sunsets that paint the sky like a canvas. With parks like Glacier National Park to Yellowstone to Garden of the Gods, this region has everything a National Park enthusiast can want. For those that crave that Wild West theme you can visit the Battlefield of Little Big Horn and Fort Laramie National Historic Park or the various Lewis and Clark sites that dot the region. Visit Temple Square in Salt Lake City and learn how the Mormons settled the area.

The expansive region of the southeastern United States covers just about every travel experience any group could ever want. From Cajun country to Florida beaches, up the southeast coastline and thru the Shenandoah Valley groups can travel the interior southeast region for blues, battlefields and bourbon.

Plains region states are as diversified as they are beautiful. From rolling plains to the Badlands and waterfalls to buffalo, Brilliant Edventures will help immerse your group in the culture, farming, history and favorite attractions. Travel the Great River Road through Iowa and stop at all 15 interpretive centers. Study Native American history. Sight-see in the region that is the home of Custer’s Last Stand. Brilliant Edventures will get you to the great frontier where Wild West legends Lewis and Clark made their mark.