It’s springtime - Azalea time in the South and the high season in Savannah and Charleston.
April 24-30, 2022 (7 days)
$1,899* - Led by Wayne Barnes
*All pricing is approximate and subject to change per supplier changes
Price is per person based on double occupancy and includes roundtrip deluxe motor coach with restroom from Baton Rouge and Zachary, 6 nights hotel accommodations, breakfast daily, 1 special lunch, full sightseeing, taxes and tips to guide and driver.
Single Supplement - $400*
Triple Reduction - $100*
Quad reduction - $160*
Day 1 - Sunday, April 24 - Kingsland, Georgia area – Today we motor coach along Interstate I-12 and I-10 across southern Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, through western Florida, and into Kingsland, GA for overnight.
Day 2 - Monday, April 25 - Savannah, Georgia - Mid-morning guided tour of Jekyll Island’s Historic Landmark District, one of the nation's largest restoration projects. View grand “cottages” once belonging to such notables as the Rockefellers and the Vanderbilts. Mid-day visit to St. Simon’s Island and afternoon arrival in the historic riverside city of Savannah, the largest National Historic Landmark area in the United States and our home for 2 nights. Free time to visit Riverside Walk.
Day 3 - Tuesday, April 26 - Savannah – This morning a guided tour of Savannah’s famed historic district. We stroll along the cobblestone-paved Factors Walk and River Street, where old cotton warehouses have been converted into shops and restaurants. Today’s included lunch will be at Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room. Afternoon tour of Juliette Gordon Low home, founder of the Girl Scouts.
Day 4 - Wednesday, April 27 - Charleston, South Carolina – This morning we drive north along the scenic South Carolina coast to the charming town of Beaufort for a mid-day visit. Also, visit the Marines’ Parris Island. Then on to Charleston, deemed the “charm spot of the South” and our home for two nights. History is found around every corner in this fascinating city, which is often referred to as a living museum. The City Market is a must for shoppers and the curious alike.
Day 5 -Thursday, April 28 - Charleston – Our morning guided tour highlights the many historic homes and restored buildings. We will stop at the battery overlooking Fort Sumter, where on April 12, 1861, the first shots of the Civil War were fired. Afternoon exploring and shopping in Old Town. Optional tours are available.
Day 6 - Friday, April 29 - Montgomery, AL – Morning journey across South Carolina to historic Augusta, Georgia for some brief sightseeing. Afterward, we will travel across central Georgia to Montgomery, Alabama where we’ll stay overnight.
Day 7 - Saturday, April 30 - Home - Morning departure for home through Mobile, then along I-10 into Louisiana and home.
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