DURATION: September 28-October 6, 2020 | 9 Days
DEPARTING:  Lincoln, NE | Omaha, NE | Council Bluffs, IA |
Des Moines, IA | Ottumwa, IA
PRICE: $1,242 Per Person, Double Occupancy | $1,485 Single
$75 Deposit per person.
PRICE EXCLUDES: Any Private Expenses | Room Service Fees
INCLUDES: 8 Nights’ comfortable accommodations
11 meals: 8 breakfasts, 3 lunch/dinners | Admissions for Listed Attractions | Tour Coordinator | Touring Motor Coach with Onboard Entertainment | Luggage Handling

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HIGHLIGHTS
Day 1 Overnight in Cape Girardeau MO
As we begin our journey, get to know your traveling companions.

Day 2 Overnight in Atlanta GA
Aboard the Tennessee Valley Railroad, ride a rolling time machine providing the sights and sounds of yesteryear.

Day 3 Overnight in Savannah GA
Enjoy a guided tour of lovely Beaufort. The seaport is located at the head of one of the largest natural harbors on the east coast. We’ll visit the Heyward House, built in the early 1840’s as a summer home for a local plantation owner.

Day 4 Overnight in Savannah, GA
Spend time shopping on Savannah’s River Street. A narrated luncheon harbor cruise will help you feel at home in this historic city. Dinner at Lady and Sons, television celebrity Paula Deen’s Restaurant is sure to be a favorite.

Day 5 Overnight in Savannah, GA
Today’s trolley tour will give insight into the rich history of this charming city.  We’ll top off the day with a tour of the Massie Heritage Museum, a restored 1850s school, and gardens.

Day 6 Overnight in Savannah, GA   
St. Simmons Island in Georgia boasts beautiful beaches, fishing, and a host of restaurants. You’ll enjoy a guided tour and visit to the Lighthouse Museum. We’ll take a tram tour of Jekyll Island and learn why it became a vacation destination for wealthy businessmen in the late 1800’s.

Day 7 Overnight in Nashville, TN
You’ll never forget the sights, sounds, and stories you’ll hear as you cruise along the Augusta Canal in a Petersburg Boat.

Day 8 Overnight in St. Louis, MO
The Johnny Cash Museum beckons from beautiful Nashville. The museum is host to the largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia.

Day 9 Home
We hope you bring back fond memories of antebellum mansions, plantations, beaches, music, and southern cooking. See you soon on another exciting Elite Tour.