From Atlanta’s MLK, Jr National Historic District to The Legacy Museum in Montgomery this tour shines a light on the Civil Rights Movement. You will walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, stop at the National Voting Rights Museum and in Birmingham visit the 16th Street Baptist Church. Come tour the Old South where changes were difficult but were accomplished.
St Augustine in the days of empire builder Henry Flagler was simply exciting! Come hear stories about him from his three ex-wives, explore his beautiful architectural accomplishments, learn about the Overseas Railroad to Key West and his string of luxury hotels. It’s a story of Old-Florida built with Old-Money and it includes an overnight at the elegant Jekyll Island Club in Georgia.
The Southern Coast is a land where live oak tress are draped with Spanish moss. Where the Capitol Cities have cobble stoned streets, manicured squares, pastel colored antebellum homes. The region is filled with charm and beauty, history that dates to the first colonies, people who speak with a proudly distinct accent and wonderful food mush of which comes fresh from the sea.
This great tour provides you with a comprehensive overview of Atlanta the first day. You see the city that is arguably the “Capitol of the New South. Then the next day you learn of the genteel life before the war, as well as events during it on a tour titled, “Gone With the Wind.” Come, Discover how the Old South has influenced this modern city.
Travel that’s Fun! Continuing education with style. This package is a good time that captivates your mind, engages your spirit, and returns you home with a sense of discovery. Starting with a great, new hotel on the Beach at Jekyll Island, we discover the beauty of life and nature, while eating well and enjoying activities unique to Coastal Georgia.
Discover the Palmetto Low Country with a trip to Savannah, GA and Charleston, SC. While only 2 hours apart, these towns are very different. Savannah is both hip and historic, robust and refined, a city filled with global sophistication, funky nightlife and fabulous food. While the Historic Downtown District has stood throughout Charleston’s history as the cultural and commercial capital of the South. This trip is particularly beautiful in March and April when the azaleas are blooming.