Circle Lake Michigan

October 5 – 17, 2019

$3000 pp/dbl

Registration: $300

Single Supplement: $60/night

Departing from Flowood, MS

Traveler limit: 34

SOLD OUT!

Waiting List Available

Tour Highlights

Mackinac Island

Fall Scenery

Amish Experience

Door County, Wisconsin

 

This tour is a PDT favorite that will inspire you with incredible sites and fall scenery!  Spend two nights in Shipshewana, Indiana to visit our Amish friend, Orley Miller and be immersed in Amish culture.  Then catch the ferry with us and spend two nights on pristine Mackinac Island where transportation on the island is by horse and buggy or bicycle.  Enjoy another two night stay in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.

As we tour the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Door County, Wisconsin, there will be many other surprises along the way.  A final stop on the way home is a place that is guaranteed to amaze.  This tour sells out over a year ahead of time, so sign up fast!

Fall Ozark Dream Tour

Oct. 28 – Nov. 3, 2019

$1975 pp/dbl

Registration: $300

Single Supplement: $60/night

Departing from Flowood, MS

Traveler limit: 30

SOLD OUT!

Waiting List Available

Tour Highlights

Keeter Center

Fall Scenery

Branson

Slow Pace

Ozark Mountains

 

Join us as we travel though the scenic Arkansas and Missouri Ozarks during Fall!  On this six-day tour, spend four nights in The Keeter Center located at The College of the Ozarks. The Keeter Center is one of the highest rated, small hotels in the US. You will be treated to beautiful accommodations surrounded by fall foliage, while enjoying wonderful food and leisure time in this rustic, yet tranquil, setting. Don’t delay, as the early registrants will get their choice of rooms in the Presidential Suites or The Bluff House at Keeter Center.

Besides our time at The Keeter Center, you will be entertained with a variety of top-rated shows in Branson, which is just minutes away! You will also be surprised on the way home with our Mystery Night.

If you enjoy top accommodations, great food, entertaining shows and a slower-paced tour and FOUR nights in one place, then this tour is sure to please you! The peak of fall foliage in the Ozark mountain region usually occurs in late October to early November!

Looks like this is a great time to travel with beautiful scenery, just prior to the busy Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons.

Note

* * * PP/DBL – This abbreviation means that the price given is “Per Person in a Double Room” (or two to a room).  If you would like to have your own room, the price can be adjusted using the “Single Supplement” price provided.