With international travel remaining on hiatus, premium travel and tour operator Overseas Leisure Group has launched an alternative luxury travel option for the adventurous to explore America while taking responsible health and safety measures to ensure a minimum risk within the remote wilderness: RV excursions.
“Discover America” has been developed in response to the European travel ban and a surge in demand for domestic travel by offering a series of luxury RV excursions that are customized for affluent travelers. Designed to reconnect travels with the natural wonder of the U.S. via a state-of-the-art recreation vehicle, each package is tailored to suit the client’s profile and their required level of on-the-road service or self-sufficiency, while providing authentic experiences along the way. A “Discover America” luxury RV excursion, Overseas Leisure Group says, offers travelers “all the conveniences and comforts of a hotel,” while keeping to secluded areas of the country and being as safe as possible.
A wide array of luxury RVs are available, ranging from compact luxury Mercedes vans for two or three people, up to a 45-foot, converted coach for six people that is fully serviced and includes rooms with a queen- or king-sized bed, full-sized bathrooms, kitchen, laundry facilities, spacious dining area and satellite TVs with 4G Internet. In addition to providing an experienced driver if required, Overseas Leisure Group’s Chase Road Concierge offers an all-inclusive service that provides tech assistance, cleaning, groceries, meals, maintenance, as well as a chauffeur for transportation when the RV is parked. Clients may also choose an alternate mode of transport, including an SUV, convertible car or even a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
“Discover America” offers scenic road trips that are tailored and pre-determined by the required period of travel that can often be up to two weeks for a single trip. From touring the Great Lakes or experiencing Wyoming’s National Parks, such as Grand Teton or Yellowstone, to visiting a ranch in Montana, any type of RV retreat can be planned for any region in the country. Trips can also include staycations at hotels, villas, ranches and resorts along the way that accommodate RVs on-site and encompass activities from cattle drives and archery, to a river rafting camp trip with an Olympic gold medalist.
The following are some examples of the excursions available from “Discover America” by Overseas Leisure Group.
“The Invisible House” at Joshua Tree, California
Located in the middle of the desert on the border of the Joshua Tree National Park (two hours from Los Angeles) and built by “American Psycho” film producer, Chris Hanley, this 90-acre private retreat consists of three fully furnished bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and a 100-foot indoor pool adjacent to the living room. The master suite has a freestanding tub and sliding glass doors open at either end of the property for unobstructed views of the desert.
“From Wyoming To Montana”
This 10-day road trip across the northwest United States allows trekkers to experience two of the most popular National Parks in the country and stay for multiple nights at locations nearby. A drive from Jackson Hole Airport brings visitors to Wyoming’s Jackson Hole Valley Mountain Resort and the longest vertical rise of any mountain area in the U.S, known for its wildlife and National Elk Refuge. Guests are booked for two nights at the Amangani Suites resort overlooking the Teton Mountains, before continuing on to Yellowstone to experience its hot springs and geysers. An overnight stay at the nearby Headwaters RV Campground is arranged before continuing on towards Montana and a two-night stay en-route in a Deluxe Tent at Under Canvas, a glamping destination located on the edge of Yellowstone and the gateway to Montana’s hydrothermal and geological sites. After hiking the trails of Montana’s Glacier National Park, a four-night stay is booked in a Big Timber suite at The Resort at Paws Up.
“A California Conquest” From Los Angeles To San Francisco
This eight-day excursion takes travelers on a voyage through California’s wilderness. A three-hour drive from Los Angeles is Sequoia National Park, home to its giant sequoia trees and General Sherman tree, the largest tree on earth. Guests are booked for two nights at the Sequoia Campground and Lodge, located within the adjoining Kings Canyon National Park, before continuing on to Yosemite National Park. This is followed by a three-night stay at the Yosemite RV Resort, in the foothills of the Yosemite Valley, before heading to Carmel-by-the-Sea, a beach city on California’s Monterey Peninsula, where a two-night stay is arranged at Carmel by the River RV Park.
“On The Road Again” From Salt Lake City to Las Vegas
Originating from Salt Lake City Airport, the journey begins with a short drive to The Lodge at Blue Sky, followed by Paddle Board Yoga in a 10,000-year-old hot spring, a stay at Sorrel River Ranch, a river rafting camp trip guided by an Olympic kayaker, an off-road jeep trail and iPhone photography tour in Utah’s Arches National Park, a stay at The View Hotel in Arizona, a tour by an authentic Medicine Man in Monument Valley, a stay at Amangiri in Utah, a cruise along Colorado’s Lake Powell with a U.S Coast Guard, a private photo tour through Arizona’s Antelope Canyon, a stay at Utah’s Bryce Canyon, an evening of stargazing with a professional Astronomer, a glamping experience at Under Canvas Zion, and a hiking trail through the rock formations of Utah’s Zion National Park.
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