DURATION: April 30 – May 6, 2021, 2020 | 7 Days
DEPARTING: Lincoln, NE | Omaha, NE | Council Bluffs, IA | Des Moines, IA | Newton, IA
PRICE: $899 Per Person Double Occupancy | $1,099 Per Person Single Occupancy
$75 Deposit per person.
INCLUDES: 6 Nights’ Comfortable Accommodations | 9 Meals: 6 Breakfasts & 3 Lunch/Dinners | All Admissions | Touring Motor Coach with Onboard Entertainment | Luggage Handling | Tour Coordinator

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HIGHLIGHTS

Frankenmuth – Known as Michigan’s Little Bavaria with its picturesque old-world European flavor.

Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn – Have lunch, then stroll around this architectural gem with a Glockenspiel & authentic covered wooden bridges.

Bavarian Belle – Hop aboard this stern driven paddle wheel riverboat for an historical tour of the waterways of Frankenmuth.

Bonner’s Christmas Wonderland – The world’s largest Christmas store! Let the sights, sounds and spirit of Christmas surround you at this amazing store.

Mackinac Island – This island is a living Victorian village dedicated to preserving the Victorian way of life. Take a horse & buggy guided tour of the island which allows no cars. Enjoy the luxury & grandeur of the beautiful and historic village.

Grand Hotel – Dine on a decadent buffet lunch on us, then explore the island on your own.

Soo Locks Boat Tour – One of the largest & busiest waterways in the world, experience firsthand the 21-foot rise/drop of the 4 locks as you tour the 2 canals connecting Lake Superior & Lake Huron.

Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum – The only one of its kind, this museum is dedicated to the perils of maritime transport on the Great Lakes.

Windmill Island Gardens – 36 acres of gardens, designed to reflect the Dutch heritage of Holland, MI. Containing a 250-year-old working windmill, antique Dutch carousel & miniature Dutch village.

Sault Ste Marie – Join your step-on guide as you tour “Michigan’s First City,” one of the most popular vacation destinations in Michigan.

DeKlomp Wooden Shoe & Delft Factory – Watch as craftsmen make a pair of wooden shoes right before your eyes, then see how blue & white Delft pottery is made.