New Orleans To Atlanta. Welcome to the Deep South, an incomparable region built on warm hospitality, soulful music and hearty cuisine.
This region is so diverse, whilst having a feel that’s only found in the South. The highlights include New Orleans, Memphis, Nashville, Atlanta and The Great Smoky Mountains.
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Welcome to New Orleans and all that jazz! The French Quarter will be waiting to offer you dinner and drinks, otherwise rest up and get ready for a grand trip through the Deep Southern States.
New Orleans is a vibrant, sultry southern city and a treasure trove of history, culture, and legends Enjoy a full day to explore New Orleans’ must-see attractions, Take a ride on a Streetcar, try a beignet or take a stroll around the Garden District.
Experience everything that ‘The Big Easy’ has to offer on a unique day tour. From the French Quarter to the Garden District to the swamps and plantation country, there is much to see and do.
Darrow is only one hour away from New Orleans so your trip today is very short. Darrow is home to several of the historic plantations that have made the River Road area so famous.
Pass through Baton Rouge today on your drive to Lafayette. Baton Rouge is also known as the “Sugar Bowl of America” because of the numerous sugar cane plantations.
The heart of Louisiana’s Cajun & Creole Country. Whatever your passion, be it music, cuisine, festivals, history, culture, shopping, architecture, arts, outdoors, wildlife or a little bit of everything, Lafayette has something for you to discover.
The destination for today is Natchez, one of the oldest cities in the Mississippi region.
Drive the legendary Mississippi backroads between Natchez and Vicksburg to discover ancient ruins, explore a ghost town, and eat the world’s best fried chicken!
The legendary Blues Highway 61 runs right through the heart and soul of Vicksburg. Drive the old Blues Highway—Route 61 between Vicksburg and Memphis in search of music, and you’ll find it everywhere you turn.
The city’s claim to fame includes Elvis’ mansion and final resting place Graceland, the famous Sun Recording Studios and the always busy Beale Street, the “Home of the Blues”. “The slick downtown area bustles with pilgrims who come to worship at the altars of Elvis, Johnny Cash, Howlin’ Wolf and Isaac Hayes, to name just a few”, writes the Lonely Planet.
No trip through Memphis can be complete without a stop at Graceland, Elvis’ famed mansion. Enter the world of rock ’n’ roll’s greatest star on the Graceland Platinum tour, which takes you on an audio-guided tour of Elvis’ Memphis mansion, including his living room, music room and the Jungle Room. The Platinum tour also gives visitors access to the Elvis Presley Car Museum, as well as exhibitions that take you through his musical career and greatest hits including his stage suits, never-before-seen concert footage and more.
Travel across the heartland of Music City USA from Memphis to Nashville & discover the music that has inspired generations.
Nashville is famous for its honky tonks with live music from a variety of talented acts. It is also home to some of the best country music museums in the United States from the Country Music Hall of Fame to the revered Grand Ole Opry to Jack White’s niche record label..
Travel east to Gatlinburg, the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. A blue, smokelike haze almost always hangs over the peaks of the Great Smoky Mountains, giving the range its name.
Venture out among the Great Smoky Mountains to take in magnificent views of the region. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The park contains one of the most diverse ecosystems on earth and the largest deciduous forest in the eastern United States. Explore the park, stopping at various lookouts on your way to Newfound Gap, which boasts views of both sides of the Smoky Mountains – those in Tennessee and North Carolina.
Spend another day exploring the Great Smoky Mountains, or discover the roots of Gatlinburg. Enjoy a tour and tasting at the Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery and later be entertained at the lively Dolly Parton’s Christmas Stampede & Dinner Show, where you’ll see music, dancing, and professional horse riders performing incredible stunts.
Today, you will arrive in Chattanooga, TN, the fourth-largest city in the U.S. state of Tennessee.
Visit Ruby Falls, ride the Incline Railway and go to Rock City to take in a breathtaking view of Lookout Mountain.
Atlanta is a great place to experience the flourishing cuisine of the South, and gain insight into the fine balance between deeply rooted traditions and modernization. Major visitor attractions include the World of Coca-Cola, CNN Museum, Piedmont Park and the gigantic Georgia Aquarium. Beyond tDepart Chattanooga today and travel to Georgia’s capital and largest city, Atlanta. Packed with great things to see and do, so you’ll want to get there quickly in order to do as much as possible.he big-ticket downtown attractions, you’ll find a constellation of superlative restaurants and iconic African American history.
Atlanta is a great place to experience the flourishing cuisine of the South, and gain insight into the fine balance between deeply rooted traditions and modernization. Major visitor attractions include the World of Coca-Cola, CNN Museum, Piedmont Park and the gigantic Georgia Aquarium. Beyond the big-ticket downtown attractions, you’ll find a constellation of superlative restaurants and iconic African American history.
Finish off your sightseeing today before heading to the airport for your flight home.