POPULAR USA TOUR DESTINATIONS
CLUB AND SCHOOL BASKETBALL DESTINATIONS
If you're a Duke or Tar Heels fan you'll love the basketball on show along Tobacco Road. Duke and UNC have basketball museums whilst you can also check out the NFL's Carolina Panthers.
This is America's basketball heartland - storied programs such as Ohio State and nearby Louisville, Indiana and Kentucky. This is college basketball heartland.
The northwest of the USA is lush and largely untouched in terms of its scenery. Snow falls are regular in these parts while the cities of Portland and Seattle are littered with attractions.
The end of the east and the start of the wild west, Texas is a mix of cultures. Whether you're headed to Dallas, San Antonio or Houston, there's plenty to see and do at each stop.
If you'd like to know some more about US hiistory, the nation's capital has plenty to offer. The National Mall hosts over 30 tourist attractions, many of which have free entry.
SCHOOL BASKETBALL AND SIGHTSEEING DESTINATIONS
Make a quick stop in Arizona to get a good mix of hoops and natural wonders. Take a day trip visiting the Grand Canyon and Antelope Canyon and compete in games in the Phoenix area
The southern most point of the USA, well known for its sandy beaches and unbelievable themeparks. A great destination for warm weather and thrill seekers.
A sports mad city, home to the Celtics, Patriots and Red Sox as well as top universities like Harvard. Boston offers a great combination of history, pro sports experiences and competition
Finish your tour with a relaxing few days soaking up the sun on Waikiki Beach. Whilst in Hawaii, don't miss Pearl Harbor and the Diamond Head.
Head to the Windy City to check out the skyscrapers of Michigan Avenue and hang out at Navy Pier. Chicago is a great city for sights, shopping and sports.
This is America's basketball heartland - storied programs such as Kentucky and Louisville. Schools live and breath hoops in this part of the country - America's hoops heartland.
The 4-mile stretch of road known as 'The Strip' is littered with themed casinos. Each casino has its own attractions, while Vegas also has great shopping and access to the Grand Canyon.
A few days in Los Angeles is a fantastic way to finish a tour. Visit one of the many themeparks, head to the outlet shopping malls and visit LA favorites like Hollywood Blvd and Venice Beach.
A city famous for its iconic skyline, bustling streets and sights such as Times Square, Grand Central Station and the Statue of Liberty.
Sun, sand and surf. San Diego is known
for its warm weather and picturesque
beaches, it has plenty to offer and is just a couple of hours from Los Angeles.
The City by the Bay has some must see attractions and is well known for its sourdough bread and clam chowder. Make sure you take a trip across the bridge while in San Fran.