Spring is on it’s way and will (hopefully) bring some warmer weather to our side of the world, soon. We’ve been busy preparing new tours and activities to add to our catalog, and some of them are now available for reservations. Check out some of our new options below.
This one goes out to all the food lovers out there. If you’re interested in exploring the city of Chicago while satisfying your palate, here is the perfect 3-hour stroll through the city. his tour operates outside as much as possible, but will make use of Chicago’s unique underground Pedway system in extremely cold weather. During the warmer days, you’ll enjoy the large promenades of the Loop.Along the way, you’ll try some of the foods Chicago is best known for doing right, including pizza, brownies, hot dogs, and a couple of local brewsChicago Loop Art & Architecture Walking Tour
The art & architecture tour caters to the artistic side of all personalities. It’s designed for all ages and interest levels, and it covers over 175 years of history, art, and architecture, from the early French Explorers, to the city’s founders and the political powerhouse of the Daley administration – perfect for a those who also like a little history lesson with their sightseeing.
If you’re visiting Orlando soon, chances are you’re planning to take a trip to a theme park. For a sightseeing option off the beaten path, check out this evening tour on-board an air conditioned tour vehicle. Prepare to be whisked away in a limousine on this excellent tour from Orlando. Feel fabulous on an evening out, strolling the streets of Celebration then for fun in Old Town Kissimmee. After some time to enjoy Old Town Kissimmee the limousine will transport you back to your hotel, this is a great way to enjoy 2 of the hidden gems of Orlando and sit back and let your guides transport you in style.
This is another new option in Orlando. If you like oranges and monster trucks (because, of course you do!), here is the perfect adventure. It’s off to an afternoon of fun and adventure as you learn more about one of the biggest industries in Florida, Citrus Farming. On this small group tour you’ll take a ride on the Monster Truck around this 2,500 acre private cattle and citrus ranch. Smell the citrus in the air as you meander through the groves and spot some of the wildlife roaming free. This is a fruit lover’s paradise.
History buffs visiting Honolulu can’t possibly leave Hawaii without seeing Pearl Harbor. You will be shown a 20 minute film about the attack on Dec. 07, 1941, then view a great collection of historic artifacts on display at the new Visitor Center. Next you will be transported by a navy launch to the USS Arizona Memorial. Yyour tour continues with a visit to Punchbowl, a 75,000 year old volcanic crater known in Hawaiian as “The Hill of Sacrifice.”
Cruise down the East River in style. Highlights include a sharp focus on the new World Trade Center buildings, NYC’s engineering masterpieces – the Brooklyn and George Washington Bridges, as well as lesser-known “swing bridges” along the Harlem River, exploration of planning visions for reclaiming the post-industrial waterfront as the “6th Borough” and addressing rising sea levels and more!
Carriage rides in Savannah are now available as a private option. For a low flat rate, you can take a Private Carriage Journey and explore rich colonial and southern history as your carriage passes along the cobblestone streets. Keeping your special interests in mind, feel free to customize your journey and see historical landmarks, beautiful mansions and film sites as your guide shows you the private side of Savannah.