Howlanders arrives in the United States!

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We are happy to announce that from today …

You can now travel and visit the United States with us!

Since 2017 we have focused on organizing your trips and excursions around Latin America. In 2020 and with the Covid-19, we understood that there was only one life, and we want to spend it traveling (as soon as possible). That is why we also started to travel around Spain, our home.

Now, we continue growing, and we want to travel with you on your adventures in the United States as well. Always respecting our essence, with activities and adventures in the middle of nature.

So if you were thinking of crossing off of your bucket list the Southwestern United States, with Howlanders it is already possible! Departing from Las Vegas and San Francisco, you will discover the most emblematic places of this area, such as the Wild West, Arches National Park, or Monument Valley.

And don’t worry if you are interested in other areas too, we will be expandingwe will be expanding our catalog overtime to ensure that your experience in the United States is an unforgettable one.

In the meantime, you can’t miss these incredible places in the Southwest of the United States that we have prepared for you:

Grand Canyon

views from Grand Canyon

You can make a tour to the Grand Canyon, one of the most emblematic places of the United States and a World Heritage Site since 1979.

Nearby you can also visit the Hoover Dam and the beginning of the famous Route 66.

Wild West Arizona Ghost Towns

Ghost Town Arizona Wild West

Although if you are not satisfied with just visiting the beginning of Route 66, you can choose to take a tour of the ghost towns on Route 66.

The ancient mine towns of Chloride, Oatman, and El Dorado Canyon hide mysterious and original places to take pictures. And who knows, you might even see a poltergeist!

Death Valley National Park

Views of the Death Valley

Another option is to visit Death Valley National Park, a place that hides treasures such as Dante’s view and Zabriskie Point, both with impressive views. You can’t miss the Badwater Basin either, which is the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere at 85 meters below sea level.

Area 51

area 51 usa

An excursion not to be missed is a visit to Area 51.The world’s most secret military facility is located in one of the world’s most desolate and uninhabited deserts.

There you can see the top-secret Janet Airlines from Las Vegas Airport, travel the extraterrestrial Highway and cross the mysterious Dry lake. Will any UFOs come down to see you during the visit?

Yellowstone National Park

Camping in National Yellowstone park

If you are interested in nature and want to see the most world-famous National Parks in the United States you can make an excursion of several days to Yellowstone National Park

During your route, you can also pass by Grand Teton and Bryce Canyon and visit Salt lake city, Valley of Fire or Provo Lake. Don’t miss the view from the famous Rocky Mountains either.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park

Another option is to visit Zion National Park, which covers 590km2 and has a great diversity of flora and fauna.

There you will cross the Zion-Mount Carmel tunnel, which is 2 km long and was considered the longest in the United States at the time of its construction (1930).

Yosemite National Park

National Yosemite Park

Also named a World Heritage Site in 1984, Yosemite National Park is another U.S. landmark you can’t miss!

Plus, if you like climbing you can do it at El Capitan, a 914-meter monolith, and if not, just walk underneath the giant redwoods, you’ll find it incredible!

Now you know what we are preparing in the United States. At Howlanders, we couldn’t be happier to opening catalogs all over the map. Who knows, maybe in a while, we might travel around the world together.

Which of our trips to the USA would you like to start with? Which destinations would you like us to add to our catalog? Suggestions are welcome! See you on the road.


Celia loves animals and traveling, and if she can combine both and escape anywhere with her dog, her happiness is assured.

She loves nature in general, and the mountains in particular, so it is normal to find her on her days off with her trekking poles on her back. In Howlanders blog he gives us tips and recommendations that he has learned in each of his trips.

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