There aren’t many places in the U.S. — or the world, frankly — that can match the Deep South for charm, character, and quirkiness. This 12-day trip pulls back the curtain on this unique part of the country by way of groovy Charleston, cosmopolitan Atlanta, sultry Savannah, the Elvis mecca of Memphis, and other hot spots, while serving up heaping helpings of colonial estates, Cajun cuisine, jazz, country, and blues music, whiskey, and fun. It’s different down here. Way different. Come on down and git yer drawl on, y’all.
Arrive at any time.
Drive through the Deep South en route to Birmingham. Visit the country’s largest civil rights museum to learn about the racial integration movement in the US.
Head to historic Savannah. Opt for a walk around the Bonaventure Cemetery and historic district of Savannah, or stroll through town admiring the architecture and oak trees covered in Spanish moss.
Enjoy a free day, and opt to check out City Market for local restaurants and art, visit the maritime museum, or stroll the grounds of a historic plantation.
Enjoy an orientation walk of Charleston. Opt to take a historic house tour, visit the Charleston City Market, or Folly Beach.
Explore Charleston on a free day. Opt to stroll the picturesque Battery neighbourhood, visit sites that date back to the Civil War, or take a boat tour around Charleston Harbor.
Drive to Atlanta, the capital of Georgia and home of Coca-Cola. Options include a tour of the factory or visiting some of the Martin Luther King Jr sites. Choose from excellent options for local food here, like one of the many true America diners from the early 1900s.
On the way to Nashville, Tennessee, stop in Lynchburg and opt for a tour of the Jack Daniel’s Distillery. Later, head out for live music and cowboy nightlife in this country music capital.
Travel west to Memphis, Tennessee. Enjoy an included Southern barbecue dinner, then opt to catch some live music on Beale Street, where the blues was born.
Exclusive Inclusions: Your Foodie Moment Southern BBQ Dinner
Meals included: Dinner
Take advantage of a free day in Memphis. Opt to tour Elvis’ home, Graceland; check out the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll, Sun Studios; or tour the National Civil Rights Museum.
Cross the border into Louisiana and drive straight to the Bayou. Opt to explore the French Quarter and try some authentic Cajun food for dinner.
Depart at any time.