Off the northern tip of Wisconsin they are known for lighthouses, sandstone sea caves, old-growth remnant forests and natural animal habitats. It is said they were named by the Jesuits, who enjoyed giving Holy Names to new places. Come explore like a fur-trader and discover this distant land on America’s North Shore.
Lake Michigan is the only Great Lake located entirely inside the US. All others share a border with Canada. Join us as we ferry across the Lake on the SS Badger, follow the Michigan Coast north, turn west and cross the Upper Peninsula, before returning South along the Wisconsin shore. You discover incredible scenic beauty, the heritage of Native Americans, and so much more.
Lake Huron was the first of the Great Lakes to be discovered by European explorers and it should be the next one discovered by you. This is a spectacular and scenic journey that includes the Thunder Bay’s Elk Carriage Ride, Two nights on Mackinaw Island, a journey across the Might Mac Bridge, eastward along the north shore visiting the town of Little Current and remote Manitoulin Island where you learn the ways of the Ojibway.
This short tour in Western Nebraska features the home of famed showman and scout William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody. It recaptures his life and career as a Pony Express rider, Army scout and buffalo hunter-turned-showman. You’ll also visit the Golden Spike Tower where the east and west at the opening of the first Transcontinental Railroad.
Mingle with merrymakers amid the smells of roasting chestnuts and warm bonfires: the sounds of carolers, fiddlers and sleigh bells and other yuletide activity. Main Street brims with holiday goods, food and warm beverages. From the finest tinseled detail to the fireworks-filled sky that marks each evening’s finale make this Christmas story a cherished part of your own.
It is the people of America that have made her great and their lives and efforts to provide for families offer hundreds of stories, join us as we explore a few of those.
Come explore Western Nebraska on Buffalo Bill’s Rails & Trails. You’ll learn about Bill Cody the man who first commercialized the Wild West, about America’s Westward Expansion on the Oregon Trail and native wildlife such as Buffalo and Sand Cranes, but most important you’ll share a uniquely new trip with your group.
Untold thousands of veterans come to Branson every November for Veteran’s Homecoming Week. It is America’s largest Veterans Day celebration and is a special time set aside to honor Veterans, active duty personnel and their families. It a week filled with great music, civic pride and a sense of honor.
Shop on the Magnificent Mile, marvel at Chicago’s bold architecture during a Boat Cruise, enjoy Navy Pier and the thrills on Lake Michigan. You will also be transported back to a 1920’s Chicago speakeasy filled with gangsters, flappers, and fun a Tommy Gun’s Garage Dinner Show.
North Dakota is a beautiful and rugged place where the prairie gives way to The Badlands. Come walk in the footsteps of Teddy Roosevelt, & Lewis & Clark and Gen. George Custer this is an infrequently traveled place with incomparable sights awaiting your group.