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.
Gateway to Music Legends past and present, 79 acre botanical gardens, The Museum of Westward Expansion, the Missouri History Center, shopping and sightseeing all in one great tour.
Our greatest Faith Based Tour begins in Cincinnati with the Creation Museum & the New Ark Encounter, then visits Branson & Eureka where you see “Samson” at Sight & Sound Theaters as well as The Great Passion Play.
This 11 day tour features the Best of the Black Hills and the Wild West. The entire city of Deadwood is a national historic landmark that puts the past of the Wild West into perspective. Enjoy one full day of Deadwood sightseeing, and one full day deep in the Black Hills. You’ll eat at Kevin Costner’s Midnight Star, ride Jeeps through a Buffalo Herd, and discover the beauty and history of these sacred hills.
This short four day features St Louis, as the largest city on Route 66 between Los Angeles and Chicago. You’ll spend a day with sights to the north and another day touring the south, you learn of history and life on what Steinbeck called “The Mother Road” in his vivid portrait, The Grapes of Wrath. You hear about Americana, family vacations, early tourist marketing as tap your toes to Nat King Cole’s “Won’t you get hip, to this timely tip, Get your kicks on Route 66..”