Visit Virginia and enter a different world. The geographical diversity makes the area truly special with some of the finest mountainous scenery in the world screaming at you to get out and explore! There are amazing hikes and cycle routes throughout the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Skyline Drive is not to be missed. The panoramic views are breathtaking as you curve through the mountains overlooking the Shenandoah Valley with the Appalachians in the distance. In the Autumn see the spectacular colour of the Fall Foliage. Wildlife is abundant with bald eagles, white-tailed deer and you may even see a cute black bear cub munching away happily at the road side. Take a Shenandoah Park Ranger Tour to really get to know your surroundings. Visit the amazing Luray Caverns - the largest caverns on the east coast.
No trip to Virginia is complete without spending some time in the Williamsburg area known as the historic triangle. America’s first permanent English site is preserved at Historic Jamestowne a livinghistory museum providing a glimpse of life in 1607, Colonial Williamsburg where you will experience the sights, sounds and scents of the restored 18th century colonial city where every day townsfolk dress the part and act out their roles as the Butcher, Baker and the Candlestick Maker! and Yorktown where you will discover the lives of people who witnessed the Revolution there. Walk the ground where America's independence was won in 1781 at Yorktown Battlefield.
- Drive the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway
- Walk part of the Appalachian Trail
- Take a Shenandoah Valley
- Park ranger tour
- See ‘Natural Bridge’
- Visit Luray Caverns
- Experience the sights and sounds of Colonial Williamsburg
- Visit Jamestowne, the first English Settlement
- Discover Yorktown Battlefield
- Go outlet shopping