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.
A great getaway this journey to Northern Michigan features the music of troubadour Gordon Lightfoot, a visit to Mackinac Island and a night at the Thunder Bay Resort where you learn about Elk!
1969 began with The Fifth Dimensions hit “The Age of Aquarius” on top of the charts. Later that year Neil Armstrong walked on the Moon and then 400,000 other people walked onto a New York Farm for a Rock and Roll Festival called Woodstock. This evening is for all of your customers who were teenagers in 1969. But especially for those who were either too young, or not allowed to go. It’s time they finally “got to Woodstock.”
Come and listen to the music that defines a nation. You learn the basics with Dixieland Jazz in New Orleans then hear the influence of Creole and Cajun Music in the Louisiana Bayous before embarking on the Mississippi Blue Trail. Armed with that rudimentary knowledge of Jazz you learn of slave music on the plantations, and hear how it co-mingled with Jazz, then moved north into the Cities of America after our slaves were freed. While Jazz and Blues were two distinct music forms – they also combined to create Rock n’ Roll. Join us on this great adventure and get your Mojo on.
Branson has more theaters than Broadway, more restaurants than a Norwegian Cruise Ship, more hotels than Myrtle Beach. This destination is not about price. With more choices than a Chinese Restaurant and comparatively low prices on everything. You should not be selling a value trip . . . You should be selling a better trip. Bigger and Better, Build a tour that you’re proud of, one that offers more fun than than your competitio
Chasing Lewis & Clark is a historical odyssey with a full-time Historian onboard. You follow the Missouri River from it’s mouth to it’s headwaters, then cross the Rockies into the Snake River Valley and travel though it to the Columbia River and it’s end on the coast. This tour offers a number of hotels with river views, unique dining experiences, historical information on native peoples and conversation on the difference in the flora and fauna along your route.
Featuring Wisconsin Dells a famous family resort with plenty of natural beauty and attractions for all, combined with Lake Geneva a resort city in southeastern Wisconsin. here the lakeside Shore Path is dotted with Gilded Age mansions, many built by wealthy Chicagoans.
Join us we repeat the past and celebrate The Gilded Age at Mackinac Island’s Grand Hotel. Here you can let imagination inspire fantasy . . . “Can’t repeat the past?” he cried incredulously. “Why of course you can!” He looked around him wildly, as if the past were lurking here in the shadow of his house, just out of reach of his hand.” ― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby.
This is an Eclectic Heritage Tour and there aren’t many of those! It combines a few unique attractions with Wisconsin Heritage sites and creates a light-hearted fun-filled adventure. One morning begins with the discovery of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed architecture , another features breakfast in a building with goats on the roof. You enjoy an evening at the famous Fireside Dinner Theater, a visit to the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, and a Door County Fish Boil.
This is a combination of Michigan’s most unique destinations. Each having a significant European heritage that we have combined into one fascinating itinerary. On this trip you will see Bavarian Frankenmuth, the Victorian Resort of Mackinac Island, and the Dutch settlement of Holland.