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 Branson, Missouri

A popular destination for a five to eight day tour with top name shows plus great outlet mall shopping. Branson is also a very popular Christmas destination with special Christmas shows, lights and decorations. There are many popular shows include Shoji Tabuchi, Andy Williams, Wayne Newton, Jim Stafford, Bobby Vinton, Tony Orlando, Roy Clark, Dino’s Piano Extravaganza, Yakov Smirnoff, the Showboat Branson Belle, the promise, the Baldknobber’s and Presley’s. Two new variety shows, Country Tonite and Branson City Lights have received rave reviews. Other sights include the College of the Ozarks, the Ozarks Discovery IMAX Theater and the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead. Silver Dollar City is popular throughout the year with demonstrations of pioneer crafts such as log cabin building, pewter spinning, gunsmithing and glass blowing. Some groups include a day in Eureka Springs with the E.S. & N.A. Railway, a trolley tour of the city, the Queen Anne Mansion and the evening

 Mt. Rushmore, Yellowstone and Grand Tetons

This popular tour is usually about a nine day air tour flying into Jackson, Wyoming and out of Rapid City, South Dakota. In Jackson, enjoy an old fashioned barbecue with Western entertainment, a beautiful view from the lookout of the Jackson Hole Aerial Tramway. A highlight will be a float trip through the Grand Teton National park. In Yellowstone sit back on a narrated tour of this awesome National park and see wildlife such as birds, bears and deer. Other sights in the park include a relaxing lake cruise and the new IMAX Theater in West Yellowstone. In Cody, visit the Buffalo Bill Historical Museum. In Rapid City, see the breathtaking figures at Mt. Rushmore which will bring tears to your eyes. Plus, see Custer State Park and the Crazy Horse Memorial. This tour offers a lot of attractions that everyone wants to see at least once!

Victoria, Vancouver and Seattle

This popular five or six day tour usually flies round-trip Seattle, Washington. Enjoy two ferry cruises across the San Juan De Fuca Strait. It is possible to include an overnight stay in the San Juan Islands. The Black Ball Ferry travels between Port Angeles and Victoria. The British Columbia Ferry travels from Victoria to the Vancouver area. Sightseeing includes a city tour of Victoria, lunch at the world famous Olde England Inn and, of course, Butchart Gardens. You may also want to include high tea at the Empress Hotel. On a tour of Vancouver, see Gastown, Chinatown, the 1986 Expo grounds and Stanley Park. On our last night in Seattle, an option would be a dinner cruise on the Spirit of Washington. End the trip with a city tour of Seattle, a stop at the Lake Washington Locks and a delicious lunch at the Space Needle, which offers a panoramic view of the city.

San Juan Islands

This can be either a four or five day air tour with round-trip flights to Seattle. Spend two nights at the luxurious Rosario Resort on Orcas Island. The resort has bay view rooms in a beautiful setting with deer roaming around. Enjoy an awesome seafood buffet in the Mansion and hear beautiful pipe organ music which will bring chills to your spine. The highlight is the ferry rides, visiting Friday Harbor and the whale watch/wildlife cruise around the San Juan Islands! See Whidbey Island with an awesome view from towering Deception Pass Bridge. End the tour with lunch at the Space Needle and a beautiful view of the city.

Texas featuring San Antonio Riverwalk

This tour can be five to nine days long depending on how much Texas you wish to see. There are many hotels located on or near the Riverwalk which allows groups more freedom. On a tour of San Antonio see the Mission San Jose, the Lone Star Brewery and stop at the Alamo. In the IMAX Theater view a stirring reenactment of the battle of the Alamo dramatically portrayed on a six story high screen. A highlight will be touring the YO Ranch, one of the largest working ranches in Texas, with a tasty barbecue dinner and entertainment. River rafting can also be included. Most groups like to have one free day in San Antonio to either enjoy the riverwalk area or visit Fiesta Texas, described as the Opryland of Texas.

Niagara Falls, Toronto, Ottawa, Quebec & Montreal

This relaxing eight day tour features the capitals of Eastern Canada plus the breathtaking beauty of Niagara Falls. Enjoy two nights near majestic Niagara Falls and see Queen Victoria Park, Goat Island, the American Falls and Inspiration Point. Board the Maid of Mist for a thrill as the boat passes very near Niagara Falls. In the evening attend Oh Canada, Eh?! Which is a musical celebration of Canada. Overnight in Toronto and attend a spectacular theater performance. Stay a night or two in the Canadian capital city of Ottawa and see the Parliament Buildings, the Embassies, and picturesque Rideau Falls and view the Changing of the Guard at Parliament Hill. Stay two nights in Quebec City overlooking the St. Lawrence River. In Quebec, see Battlefield Park, Place Royale, Old Quebec and stroll along Dufferin Terrace. In Montreal, see Notre Dame Church, the French Quarter and more. Spend our last evening in Montreal and enjoy a special dinner at Tour de Ville, the only revolving restaurant offering a beautiful view of the city. This tour is surely a once in a lifetime trip!

Trains of the Colorado Rockies

This tour can be seven to twelve days in length. A highlight is the Rocky Mountain National park where you sit back and enjoy an awesome scenic drive on spectacular Trail Ridge road, the highest continuous highway in North America. Train rides include the famous Pikes Peak Cog Railway, the Royal Gorge Incline Railway, the popular all day Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Train and the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad. In Taos, enjoy a relaxing float trip on the Rio Grande and see the historic Taos Pueblo. In Colorado Springs, visit the U.S. Air Force Academy, the Garden of the Gods and enjoy a barbecue dinner at the Flying W Ranch with Western entertainment. In Denver, tour Coors Brewery, the Molly Brown House and the U.S. Mint. A Utah portion can be included in a 12 day tour featuring Arches and Canyonlands National Park with an all-day spectacular jeep and jet boat excursion. Dead Horse Point is also beautiful at sunset. The tour could end in Salt Lake City and also the Hebercreeper train can be included in Provo. If you are a train lover, this is a trip you will not want to miss.

Holland Tulip Festival Plus Mackinac Island and Greenfield Village

This spring tour can be nine to ten days. Each May the quaint little town of Holland hosts the popular Tulip time Festival featuring millions of multicolored tulips! See the Klompen Dancers perform on freshly-scrubbed streets and travel along Tulip Lane, decorated with eight miles of Flaming red, brilliant yellow, snow white, sunset orange and beautiful rainbow colored tulips. Stay in Grand Rapids for two or three nights. In Holland see Windmill Island, the Dutch Village, Veldheer’s Tulip Gardens and Holland’s Original Wooden Shoe Factory. Travel to Mackinac Island for a two night stay in a beautiful historic hotel. Since the island does not allow any motorized vehicles, board a carriage for a tour to see Fort Mackinac, Arch Rock, Skull Cave and Beaumont Memorial. Spend a night in Frankenmuth at the Bavarian Inn, a quaint little Bavarian village with a Glockenspiel Tower that has a 35-bell carillion playing three beautiful melodies. End the tour with two nights in Dearborn and enjoy a full day at the Henry Ford Museum a Greenfield Village.

Washington D.C. & Williamsburg

This is a great spring tour for seven or eight days. Enjoy four nights in Washington D.C., one night in Charlottesville, Virginia and two nights in Williamsburg, Virginia. On a city tour of Washington D.C. see the White House, the National Archives and Ford Theater where Lincoln was assassinated. Visit the Capitol, Lincoln and Jefferson memorials and the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial. At Arlington Cemetery, watch the changing of the guards ceremony. Visit Mount Vernon, the estate and burial place of our first president, George Washington; and the famous Smithsonian Institutions with the IMAX Theater. Travel through the Shenandoah National Park en route to Charlottesville and visit Thomas Jefferson’s home, Monticello. On a tour of Richmond see the capitol, Gamble Hill, St. John’s Church and the White House of the Confederacy. Stay two nights in Colonial Williamsburg. In the evening enjoy dinner at a local colonial tavern and attend a performance at the Old Dominion Opry. Enjoy one full day in Colonial Williamsburg with a deluxe pass to see the attractions including the Capitol building, Raleigh Tavern, the Governor’s Palace and George Wythe House. Observe the grinding of corn at the old mill or watch a basketweaver or bootmaker at work. Visit Jamestown or Yorktown before returning to Washington D.C. for a special farewell evening including dinner and entertainment. Another popular option is to do a shorter tour visiting only Washington, D.C. which gives you group the advantage of not having to pack and unpack making for a very relaxing experience.

Florida Circle

This is an eight to ten day tour circling the best of Florida, the Sunshine State. You can spend from two to four nights in the Orlando-Walt Disney World area, and then continue to Fort Lauderdale for an overnight. Enjoy two nights in the Florida Keys plus overnights in Naples and Clearwater before returning to Orlando. Sights include Port Canaveral with a tour of the Kennedy Space Center and the movie at the IMAX Theater; a cruise on the Jungle Queen along the Intercoastal Waterway; a tour of old and new Key West on the Conch Tour Train; a visit to the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum; and a cruise on a glass bottom boat to see multicolored sea life and fascinating coral reefs. Travel through the Everglades National park and board an air boat for a tour of the largest remaining subtropical wilderness in the nation. Overnight in Naples, travel through Fort Myers to visit Thomas Edison’s Winter Home, and then overnight in Clearwater. A treat is a special farewell dinner in Ybor City at the Columbia Restaurant.

Pacific Northwest

This beautiful area has much to offer for five to ten days. Tours can include Portland with the Columbia River Gorge, Mt. Hood Railroad, Mt. St. Helens, Olympia Brewing Company and the city of Seattle. The Olympic National Park features Hurricane Ridge road which offers an unbelievable panoramic view from the lookout at the top of the San Juan De Fuca Strait and Vancouver Island. The scenic drive through the North Cascades National park features more than 315 active glaciers and includes awesome mountain scenery. The quaint little town of Leavenworth is modeled after a Bavarian Village and is a great one or two night stop with many shops and bakeries, plus a tour of Aplets and Cotlets Candy Kitchen can be included. It is possible to include a night or two in either Victoria or Vancouver. Also, some groups include a scenic boat cruise through the San Juan Islands. Remember, when flying round-trip into Seattle it really helps keep the price competitive.

Fall Foliage Grand Tour of the East

This is our most popular Fall Foliage tour at sixteen days long. From the awesome power of beautiful rampaging Niagara Falls to the quaintness of the Amish Country, this tour truly has it all. On our Fall Foliage tour, travel through the lovely New England Countryside and visit wonderful country stores and see historic covered bridges. Tour the Canadian cities of Montreal and Toronto and many popular historic sites. Learn the history of how the United States developed to become the great country she is today and about our country’s forefathers who laid the foundation from which it grew. The tour itinerary is second to none with two nights in Niagara Falls, two nights in Alexandria Bay, two nights in Burlington or Stowe, two nights in Boston, two nights in New York City, two nights in Lancaster and ends with three nights in Washington D.C. Sights include 1,000 Island Boat Cruise, Casa Loma Castle, Shelburne Museum, Mayflower II in Plymouth, a tour of Boston, Lexington and Concord, a New York City tour, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Philadelphia, the Amish Country, Hershey’s Chocolate World, Gettysburg Battlefields, a Washington D.C. tour, Arlington Cemetery, the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, Mount Vernon and the Smithsonian Institutions. This tour is a must at least once-in-a-lifetime! We also do a shorter version of this tour which focuses primarily on the areas where the best fall colors are concentrated. See the information below.

New England Fall Foliage

The New England states offer magnificent fall foliage from the end of September through mid October. An eight to eleven day tour includes awesome mountains. Stay in the heart of the White Mountains at an awesome resort surrounded by brilliant foliage. Take the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway and see the Flume, a chasm extending nearly 800 feet along the flank of Mount Liberty. View Old Man of the Mountains, The Great Stone Face. In Sugar Hill stop at a cheese factory and visit the quaint little town of Bethlehem. In Bretton Woods board the Mount Washington Cog Railway to ride to the top of the highest peak in the East. Drive through majestic Crawford Notch en route to North Conway and travel along the scenic, winding Kancamagus Highway. Stop at the Quechee Gorge to see the Ottauquechee River running through the canyon and in Plymouth Notch visit the Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site. Travel through Woodstock and stop in Waterbury Center at the Cold Hollow Cider Mill. Drive Montpelier, the State Capitol and stay in Essex Junction in the Green Mountains. In Burlington visit the Shelburne Museum and board the Lake Champlain Ferry cruising to New York. Stay at the Georgian Resort and take a cruise of Lake George. The Hudson River Valley can be added with West Point, the Union Church and touring mansions such as Valkill, the Vanderbilt mansion.

Alaska Grand Adventure

This once-in-a-lifetime ten day tour features the best of inland Alaska including Anchorage, Valdez, Fairbanks and Denali National Park. Stop at Worthington Glacier for a close-up view of this massive piece of ice. Cruise through the majestic Prince William sound and explore the three mile face of Columbia Glacier. Watch for wildlife including seals, sea lions, otters, bald eagles, whales, dolphins and puffins. Travel through Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, the largest peak in the U.S., viewing the Trans Alaskan Pipe Line. Enjoy a relaxing cruise on the Chena River aboard the grand sternwheeler, the Riverboat Discovery II. A highlight is visiting Alaska Land which includes a salmon bake dinner. Travel on the Parks Highway to Denali National Park for a two night stay in the park. On the Tundra Wildlife Tour in Denali National Park it’s common to see close-up views of grazing sheep, grizzly bears, moose and caribou. Board the famous Alaska Railroad for a relaxing train ride from Denali National Park to Anchorage with more opportunities to view wildlife. Travel along the Susitna River and with weather permitting, you will have the opportunity to catch a rare glimpse of North America’s tallest mountain, the majestic snow-covered Mt. McKinley, towering above the countryside. We also have spectacular Alaska cruises available.

Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World has much to offer for six to seven days in the Orlando area. There are many hotels to choose from located in the park or nearby for less money. They feature free shuttles to the parks. The park hopper passes offer unlimited rides and attractions in Walt Disney World, EPCOT Center and Disney MGM Studios Theme Parks. These passes give groups the flexibility to make your group happy. A tour of Port Canaveral is always a favorite with groups while in the area. Plus, some groups add a three or four night Bahamas Cruise afterwards.

Mammoth Lakes, Yosemite & Death Valley

This four day tour includes majestic mountain scenery in Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes, plus Death Valley. Enjoy a scenic drive over Tioga Pass connecting to Highway 395. Stop at primitive Mono Lake and see beautiful mountain views from the June Lake Loop. Stay in Mammoth lakes before continuing to Death Valley for two nights. On a guided tour of Death Valley, see Ubehebe Crater, Zabriskie Point, Sand dunes and the Bad Waters. A highlight is a starlight barbecue dinner under the stars. This is a great short trip in the fall season.

Santa Fe, Taos & Albuquerque Featuring the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

This popular seven to eight day tour features the best of Albuquerque, Taos and Santa Fe, New Mexico. The famous Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta is held every October, featuring over 500 hot air balloons which launch right before your eyes, plus air shows, precision parachute teams, an evening balloon glow and marching bands. In the evening take the Sandia Peak Tramway to the top for a spectacular view from 10,378 foot peak and watch the bald eagles. In Taos, see the Taos Pueblo, the tallest pueblo in the Southwest. Take an exciting float trip down the Rio Grande River to view spectacular scenery while leisurely floating through the canyon. In Santa Fe, see the State Capitol, Mission of San Miguel, The Plaza and quaint adobe buildings.

Majestic Northern California

The coast of Northern California and the lower part of Oregon offer some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in North America. Tours can range between 5 to 10 days depending on how much you want to see. Fort Bragg or Eureka is always a good beginning and you may want to include the Skunk Train which travels between Fort Bragg and Willits. Travel along the scenic highway: The Avenue of the Giants. You may want to stop at the Pacific Lumber Mill in Scotia and also tour Ferndale to see the quaint Victorian homes from the 1900’s. In Eureka, stay at the Doubletree or Best Western Thunderbird. Dine at the Samoa Cookhouse to enjoy family-style meals served daily just as when the lumberjacks used to eat their meals here. See the Carson Mansion in Old Town Eureka or take a Humboldt Bay Cruise. Continue up the coast to Klamath for a beautiful walk through the Trees of Mystery. In Gold Beach, Oregon, stay at Jot’s Resort on the Rogue River where you will board Jerry’s Jet Boat for a spectacular ride up this wild and scenic river with lunch along the way. The jet boats can also be included if you stay in Grants Pass from the other end of the Rogue River which take you through the rugged back country to Hellgate Canyon. Then, you can also include the Ashland Shakespearean Festival if desired, to see one of their famous plays such as Henry VIII or Midsummer’s Nights Dream. In Yreka, there is a train ride which offers beautiful views of Mt. Shasta and you can stay here overnight before continuing home. This is a very beautiful trip with much to offer without traveling thousand of miles.

Lake Arrowhead & the Ramona Pageant 

The Ramona Pageant play usually runs the last weekend of April and the first weekend in May. Most groups stay three nights either in Claremont at the Claremont Hotel, Riverside at the Mission Inn, or Palm Springs at the Spa Hotel & Casino. The Ramona Pageant is held in Hemet in an exquisite outdoor setting. This outdoor play is a wonderful story about Ramona and her Indian hero. The trip to Lake Arrowhead is beautiful as you travel along the winding 40-mile mountainous road named Rim of the World. Enjoy incredible panoramic views of Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear Lake and twist along the cliffs around the head of Bear Canyon. Board the Lake Arrowhead Queen for a narrated tour of Lake Arrowhead. Explore Lake Arrowhead Village and walk along the waterfront.

Grand Canyon, Bryce & Zion National Parks

This national park tour can be arranged to be many different lengths. Our standard tour is 7 days long. Begin the tour with an overnight stay in Laughlin along the Colorado River. Then continue to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon for a two night stay. You should include two different tours of Grand Canyon, the Desert View and the Hermit’s Rest Tours with numerous scenic viewpoints offering superb panoramic views. See the mighty Colorado River winding its way through the canyon over 7,000 feet below. Depart the Grand Canyon traveling to Bryce Canyon National Park for a tour of the park. See lush forests and visit The Pink Cliffs at the edge of the canyon. View a vast amphitheater, free standing spires, sculptured pinnacles and multi-colored minarets. Continue on to beautiful Zion National Park to view the massive rock formations in awe-inspiring colors towering on all sides of you. At the Zion Canyon Cinemax Theater see the movie, Treasure of the Gods, which explores the hidden depths of Zion. Travel to Las Vegas for our last night at one of the fabulous casinos on the strip.

Canadian Rockies

This area is considered by many to be the most beautiful in North America. The tour can range between six to nine days in length. The highlight is touring through picturesque Banff and Jasper National Parks. Sights include Bow Falls, Sulphur Mountain Gondola, Lake Louise, Columbia Icefields Snowcoach Tour, Maligne Lake Cruise and Maligne Canyon. Some groups fly round-trip Calgary and have included the Calgary Stampede (early July). The Stampede features the Chuckwagon Races and Entertainment Show as well as the famous Calgary Rodeo which in one of the largest rodeos in North America.

Nova Scotia and New England Coastline

This is an amazing eleven day tour with spectacular coastal scenery. See the New England coastline from Boston continuing through New Hampshire, Maine and New Brunswick plus add Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island to create the trip of a lifetime! On the Scotia Prince Cruise you travel overnight to Nova Scotia. Enjoy a scenic drive along the lighthouse route to Peggy’s Cove and stay in Halifax. Then visit Citadel National Historic Park before crossing the Strait of Canso to Cape Breton Island for two nights at a country inn. Travel the Cabot Trail, considered one of the most scenic drives in North America. Board a ferry crossing the Northumberland Strait to Prince Edward Island for two nights. Enjoy a lobster supper and a performance of Lucy Maud Monterey’s Anne of Green Gables. On a sightseeing tour of Prince Edward Island see Cavendish and the Green Gables House. Then board another ferry to Cape Tormentine, New Brunswick. Enjoy beautiful scenes of rolling green hills and stay overnight in the popular seaside village of St. Andrews at the luxurious Alonquin. Visit Campobello Island, overnighting in quaint Bar Harbor. Drive through beautiful Acadia National Park and on to the summit of Cadillac Mountain for a spectacular panoramic view. Journey along the rugged Maine coastline to Freeport, stopping at L.L. Bean. Our last night is in Boston with a free morning before flying home.

Smoky Mountains and Ozark Mountains Fall Foliage

With so many attractions in this scenic area this tour can range between nine to thirteen days. The Great Smoky Mountains offer beautiful mountain scenery with incredible fall colors. The Ozark Mountains can easily be added to create a magnificent 13 day tour or offered by themselves. The Ozarks include Branson, Missouri, where the country music shows are in abundance. Eureka Springs in the heart of the Ozarks is a quaint little town with a trolley tour and the Queen Anne Mansion plus The Great Passion Play. A two night stay in Memphis allows time to visit Graceland, Mud Island, the Coors Brewery and a tour of Memphis. On the way to Nashville for two nights we stop at the Loretta Lynn Dude Ranch. On a tour of NashvilleMusic City USA, view homes of country music stars, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Ryman Auditorium. Attend the Grand Ole Opry and cruise the Cumberland River on the General Jackson riverboat. Or add a day to enjoy all the shows and attractions in Opryland USA theme park. Stay two nights in Gatlinburg at the foot of Mt. Le Counte or in Sevierville, the home of several new country music shows which can be included. End the tour in Atlanta with a tour of the city including the Martin Luther King Memorial and the CNN Studio to see a broadcast prepared. This tour offers many popular sights and five states.

Hawaiian Islands

The Hawaiian Islands have so much to offer travelers. Tours can be custom designed to visit the islands of your choice in a tour from seven to fourteen days in length. Sights on the island of Oahu include Honolulu’s Polynesian Cultural Center, Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona National Memorial and the International Market Place. The island of Kauai, known as the Garden Isle, has lush vegetation with a boat cruise up the Wailua River to the famed Fern Grotto and the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Waimea Canyon. Maui known as the Valley Isle is known for the Iao Valley and Needle, the heavenly scenic tour to Hana, whale watching cruises and historic Lahaina. On the big island of Hawaii tour the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the Thurston Lava Tube, Rainbow Falls, the Macadamia Nut Factory, the Parker Ranch, whale watching plus enjoy an authentic Hawaiian Luau! Hawaii is always a great destination and almost everyone falls in love with it.

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