Win a four day ‘American Dream’ tour of the UK for you and your mates

Looking for that perfect send off for you and your mates?

You’ve had a famous three years at uni. The next step is obvious – hit the road, like Kerouac, Bryson and Borat before you, and chase the American Dream.

But as all great adventurers know, the American Dream is a state of mind. Adventures don’t have to happen on the other side of the world – you can have one anywhere.

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Who knows the words to Kumbaya?

And TrekAmerica will reward you for doing it.

We’re offering a four day road trip around the UK to show how you can experience the American Dream in little ol’ England.

The trip will take in some of the classic all-American activities without leaving the UK, so you don’t even have to change the time on your phone.

You will spend two nights camping American-style. Enjoy the thrills of abseiling, caving and horse riding without worrying about expensive American health insurance.

Then huddle round the campfire to roast marshmallows and sing songs before retiring to your purpose-built cabin.

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No need to hitch a ride, you have the TrekAmerica tour van

If that hasn’t got you singing the Star Spangled Banner, then you’ll soon have the bug when TrekAmerica whisk you off for a night out, Vegas-style.

The Sin City experience includes a VIP trip to a casino, complete with free drinks and a three course meal.

You don’t even need to be 21. And the whole trip will be in the famous TrekAmerican van, driven by a dedicated tour leader. If you want to win it, you just need to prove you know how to have an adventure anywhere.


Is that a bald eagle?

All they want is an Instagram photo or video showing your idea of a mini adventure.

Make it funny, inspiring and creative and use the hashtag #TrekMiniAdventure. Click here to enter.

If you’re a true adventurer, you’ll know how to enjoy yourself wherever you are.

We’ll pick the top five for you to vote on from May 19.

Click here to enter for the trip of a lifetime. And remember, in the words of Kerouac: “Live, travel, adventure, bless, and don’t be sorry.”