From bayous to baseball, the Southeastern U.S. has a lot to see. Visit one of the striking state or national parks, or one of the thrilling amusement parks. Surfing, SCUBA diving, baseball, football, NASCAR – sports enthusiasts won’t know where to start. Prefer something tamer? The rich history of this region provides ample museums and historic sites to get in touch with our cultural side.
We get it. No two travelers are the same and the idea of following someone else’s schedule or itinerary does not sound like your thing. If you prefer to blaze your own trail we work with a network of hotels, rental cars, day tour and pass providers, theme parks and airline consolidators to help build the vacation package that’s perfect for you.
If sun-kissed sand, cabanas, and poolside bars describe your ideal vacation, then a resort is just what you need. Though a bit pricier than cruising, they can still provide a good value for those who want the comforts of a hotel or condo and the freedom to get out and explore – or the freedom not to! Resorts come in all forms from self-catered, condo resorts to the ubiquitous all-inclusive. They can also be found on just about every continent and many islands in the Caribbean and South Pacific.
Few things conjure up the sense of nostalgia more than cruising the open road with your family or friends. Though they’ve never really gone away, road trips are increasing in popularity as a means of safely traveling with your family pod, isolated from other travelers. You’ve been cooped up in your house for months now so why not venture out and explore the world within driving distance from your house? We can help you with everything from the itinerary to the hotels, rental car, and tours/activities.
Tours are great for solo travelers seeking safety in numbers, families who need a full schedule to keep the kids busy, and social/affinity groups who want to build camaraderie over shared experiences. Tours come in various sizes and activity levels, from small groups and very active, to large groups and more relaxed. They can be built around themes like food and wine, your favorite TV show, or any other shared interest.