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PHILADELPHIA FLOWER SHOW TOUR

March 8-11, 2018

$450.00 per person, double
$425.00 per person, triple
$415.00 per person, quad
$605.00 per person, single
 
Inclusions:
Roundtrip motorcoach transportation, Durham to Philadelphia
Breakfast enroute (day 1)
Three nights accommodations, Embassy Suites Center City
Daily breakfast and evening cocktail hour
One day admission to Flower Show
Admission and visit to Independence National Park
Admission to African American Museum
Two dinners
Driver Gratuity
Taxes and fees
 
Deposits:  $100.00 per person due December 1, 2017
$150.00 per person due January  1, 2018
Remaining balance due February 1, 2018
 
Itinerary:
 Day 1:
6:00AM, depart Durham for Philadelphia
8:30AM, stop in Chester, VA for breakfast and rest at Shoney’s
9:15AM, depart Chester, and continue travel
11:30AM, stop at the Maryland House, rest stop and lunch (on your own)
12:15PM, depart Maryland, and continue travel
3:00PM, arrive in Philadelphia, check into hotel
-Afternoon and evening at leisure, dinner on your own

Day 2:
8:00AM, buffet breakfast at the hotel
9:00AM, arrive at the Flower Show (walking distance)
12:30PM, depart for visit and lunch to Reading Market
02:30PM, return to Flower Show (same ticket)
06:30PM, depart for dinner at area restaurant
08:30PM, return to hotel for the evening at your leisure
 
Day 3:
8:00AM -9:00AM, buffet breakfast at the hotel
10:00AM, depart the hotel for visit to African American Museum
11:00AM, return to hotel for lunch (on your own) and leisure time

Day 4:  
9:00AM - After breakfast at hotel, check out and depart for home
11:30AM, rest stop enroute, lunch on your own
2:00PAM, rest stop
5:00PM, stop for dinner on your own
7:00PM, Arrive back in Durham (approx)

Deposits/Payments:
$100.00 per person due October 15, 2017
$150.00 per person due December 1, 2017
​Full payment required by February 1, 2018​

Mount Rushmore and Yellowstone National Park
July 22-30, 2018
$1,695.00 per person, double

Includes:
R/T air from Raleigh-Durham (RDU)* 
Eight-night tour
Taxes and Fees
Airport Transfers
* Please inquire for air from other gateways

Itinerary
Day 1 – Rapid City, South Dakota
See some of America’s grandest sights! Your western adventure begins in Rapid City, South Dakota. Transfer from the Rapid City Airport by hotel courtesy shuttle to your centrally located hotel for a two night stay. Rooms are available for check in after 3:00 p.m. Join Caravan for a 7:00 p.m. welcome briefing.
Day 2 – Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse
Enjoy a morning visit to Mt. Rushmore National Monument and the sculpted faces of Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt and Lincoln. Next, drive to Crazy Horse Memorial. Started over 50 years ago, and still under construction, the memorial is the world’s largest sculpture in progress. Chief Standing Bear told the sculptor, Korczak Ziolkowski, “My fellow chiefs and I would like the white man to know the red man has great heroes, too.” The monument is a tribute to the Sioux Lakota Indian leader known as Crazy Horse. Here, Indian artisans showcase their arts and crafts and visit with guests. Visit the Indian Museum of North America. Return through the Black Hills to Rapid City. Free time to explore the historic district and stroll the Presidential Walk with life-size statues of American Presidents. B
Day 3 – Little Big Horn, Montana
Enter the range lands and oil fields of Wyoming and head west across the high plains. Visit the old western cowboy town of Sheridan. Enjoy lunch. Next, enter Montana, “Big Sky Country.” Brief visit to Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument in the Crow Nation. Here, in 1876, in the Valley of Little Big Horn, combined Sioux and Northern Cheyenne forces led by Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse overwhelmed General Custer and his cavalry. Continue to Billings, nestled between the Yellowstone River and the Rimrocks. Explorers Lewis & Clark camped near here in 1806. BL
Day 4 – Yellowstone National Park
Journey alongside the Yellowstone River in Montana as you follow the Lewis and Clark Trail to Livingston, Montana film location of "A River Runs Through It" and "The Horse Whisperer." Continue following the Yellowstone River south through Paradise Valley into Yellowstone National Park. Established in 1872, Yellowstone became the first national park in the world. Now over 90 countries have national parks. This 2,219,766 acre park contains almost 300 geysers and over 10,000 hot springs, fumaroles and mud pots. Look for moose, elk, bison, bears and wolves. You will visit the major attractions of both Yellowstone’s upper and lower loops on your leisurely visit to the park. Visit Mammoth Hot Springs, one of the best areas in the park for close-up viewing of elk. See the unique terraced pools at Mammoth. Enjoy a relaxing two night stay at your lodge, Old Faithful Inn. Old Faithful Geyser is within easy viewing and walking distance of Old Faithful Inn. Every 90 minutes, Old Faithful Geyser shoots thousands of gallons of steaming water into the air. Elevation at Old Faithful is approximately 7,300 feet. B
Day 5 – Yellowstone National Park
Continue your exploration of Yellowstone Park today on the lower loop. Visit Norris Geyser Basin, stop at Fishing Bridge Visitor Center alongside Yellowstone Lake and visit Yellowstone’s Grand Canyon, where you can marvel at the rushing waters of Yellowstone Falls, twice the height of Niagara Falls. Return to Old Faithful Inn by mid afternoon. Leisure time to enjoy your lodge and the nearby geysers. B
Day 6 – Grand Tetons, Jackson
This morning enter Grand Teton National Park. See the jagged, soaring Teton Range with peaks over 12,000 feet. Scenes from the movie “Shane” were filmed here. Stop at pristine Jenny Lake. Weather and river conditions permitting, an unforgettable float trip awaits you on the majestic Snake River. Wildlife viewing opportunities abound as you float through the park. Watch for waterfowl, beaver, osprey and eagles. Then, to Jackson. Free time to explore the charming downtown. Stroll the art galleries and western shops. See the Antler Arch at the entrance to historic Jackson town square. You may wish to visit the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, with bar stools made from horse saddles. Elevation in Jackson is approximately 6,300 feet. B
Day 7 – Tetons, Oregon Trail, Idaho
Head south this morning through the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Enter Idaho and travel along the route of the original “Oregon Trail.” Visit the National Oregon Trail Center. Drive by Soda Springs and visit the resort town of Lava Hot Springs. Continue to Salt Lake City, Utah, the state capital. Afternoon visit to Temple Square with its spacious gardens and fountains. See the Mormon Tabernacle, home to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (unless closed to the public due to a religious ceremony). Enjoy a farewell dinner. BD
Day 8 – Salt Lake City, Utah
Your tour ends after breakfast. Transfers are provided to the Salt Lake City Airport. Thanks for vacationing with Caravan. B

Deposits:  $300.00 per person due October 15, 2017. Full balance due May 15, 2018.​

New Orleans Jazz Festival -New Orleans

April 27-May 1, 2018

Roundtrip air RDU to New Orleans

Four nights accommodations at Hilton Garden Inn Convention Center

Airport transfers

Brunch at Court of Two Sisters

One Day Admission to Jazz Festival *

Taxes and fees

*other days are available, on your own

$995.00 per person, double