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15D12N Southern Charms & Florida [Flights Included] (8290) ⚠ Minimum 1 adult(s) per departure

15D12N Southern Charms & Florida [Flights Included] (8290)
⚠ Minimum 1 adult(s) per departure

Per Pax
From: $4297 From: €4091 From: £3512 From: RM18681 From: CAD5567 From: SGD5959 From: AUD6202 From: HKD33850
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Cosmos
Adventure is knocking. Turn "never thought I would" into "glad I did" with a budget-friendly tour that includes all the essentials plus a great mix of included excursions and free time. We know why you travel. We know that another day in an amazing destination means more than a fancy chocolate on a pillow! Cosmos travel experts still insist that you enjoy comfortable, clean and attractive hotels; a professional Tour Director; guided sightseeing of must-see sights; and seamless transportation that makes getting there half the fun!
Cities to Visit: Orlando, Savannah, Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis, Natcez & New Orleans
Language: English

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Travel Period: from Now till November 13, 2023
Tour Highlight
~ New Orleans, Louisiana
~ Memphis, Tennessee
~ Graceland, Memphis
~ Nashville, Tennessee
~ Atlanta, Georgia
~ Trolley Tour, Savannah
What To Expect
Enjoy the sights and sounds of the South on this wondrous holiday through the heart of Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida. This southern U.S. tour starts with three nights in New Orleans and ends with one night in Orlando. In between, you’ll stay two nights in Memphis, Nashville, and Savannah, and one night each in Natchez, and Atlanta. You’ll also spend time in Baton Rouge, Louisiana’s capital; Chattanooga, home of the Chattanooga Choo Choo; and St. Augustine, the oldest city in the United States.

Music fans will be delighted by the included visits to Graceland, the lavish home of Elvis Presley; Studio B, Nashville’s oldest surviving recording studio; the Country Music Hall of Fame, with its rare instruments and glittering costumes; and the world-famous Grand Ole Opry, where you’ll have reserved seating for an unforgettable show. History buffs will enjoy visiting not only St. Augustine, but also the Old World city of New Orleans, with its clanging streetcars, stately mansions, and French Quarter. You’ll visit a pre-Civil War home in Natchez, which features fine collections of period furniture and paintings. In Atlanta, you’ll stop at the grave and eternal flame dedicated to preserving the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. A trolley tour in Savannah highlights many attractions of this historic seaport, including Madison Square, designed in the 1830s.

On this southern U.S. tour, you’ll also enjoy seeing the countryside between cities. You’ll drive through the heart of Cajun Country from New Orleans to Baton Rouge and through rural Mississippi from Natchez to Memphis.
  • Day 1: NEW ORLEANS

    Welcome to New Orleans! Your Tour Director is on hand late this afternoon to answer any questions.

  • Day 2: NEW ORLEANS

    The morning is dedicated to the sights and sounds of this Old-World city with a guided tour. First, visit the French Quarter, including St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square. Next, learn about the city's unique burial customs at an above-ground cemetery, followed by a leisurely drive down
    historic St. Charles Avenue to enjoy its stately mansions and clanging streetcars. A lavish optional brunch features many of New Orleans’ culinary classics as well as live music. The remainder of the day is at leisure.

  • Day 3: NEW ORLEANS

    A day to explore at your own pace. Stroll through the centuries-old French Quarter or take a carriage ride while listening to tales of voodoo queens and pirates. History enthusiasts may venture out to a plantation to catch a glimpse of life the way it used to be in the Old South. Tonight, you might like to
    experience the city's beauty and romance on a 2-hour cruise from the heart of the French Quarter.

  • Day 4: NEW ORLEANS-BATON ROUGE-NATCHEZ

    Drive through the heart of Cajun Country to Baton Rouge for an orientation tour that features the art deco State Capitol, the tallest in the country. Next, on to elegant Natchez, a thriving port in the golden years of the cotton trade. Visit a gracious Pre-Civil-War home featuring fine collections of period furniture and paintings. In the evening, relax and perhaps sip a refreshing mint julep on our
    optional dinner.

  • Day 5: NATCHEZ-MEMPHIS

    Drive through rural Mississippi to Memphis. On arrival, acquaint yourself with the town during an
    included orientation tour. Don’t miss the optional excursion to the Birthplace of Rock and Roll, Sun
    Studios, followed by dinner and a drink on Beale St where you’ll explore more of the melting pot
    that is delta blues, jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, R & B, and gospel.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 6: MEMPHIS. VISIT TO GRACELAND

    A trip to Memphis would not be complete without visiting Graceland, the palatial home of "The King," Elvis Presley. Our guided audio tour focuses on the memorial garden and the opulent 15,000- square-foot mansion. Afterward, if you haven't done so already, get a taste of Memphis with some authentic southern barbecue or visit the National Civil Rights Museum, or experience the world famous Duck March at the elegant Peabody Hotel.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 7: MEMPHIS-NASHVILLE

    This morning, leave the "Home of the Blues" as you head for Nashville, the "Capital of Country Music." Afternoon arrival in Nashville. This evening, you have reserved seating for an unforgettable show at the world-famous Grand Ole Opry, a mecca for country musicians since 1925.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 8: NASHVILLE

    Its association with country music has made the name "Nashville" world famous, but it's not just music fans who will find this bustling Southern city a delight. Start your day with a visit to RCA Studio B, one of the country's most revered, and Nashville's oldest surviving recording studio. Afterward, sightseeing with a local guide includes the recording studios of Music Row, a lifesize
    reproduction of the Parthenon, the State Capitol, and Bicentennial State Park. Then, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame with its glittering costumes, rare instruments, and Elvis Presley's "solidgold" Cadillac.

  • Day 9: NASHVILLE-CHATTANOOGA-ATLANTA

    First stop today is Chattanooga, home of the Chattanooga Choo Choo. Then, enter the "Peach State" of Georgia and journey to its fast-growing metropolis, Atlanta, home of 1996 summer Olympics. An orientation tour, followed by a short visit to the grave and eternal flame dedicated to preserving the
    legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Day 10: ATLANTA-SAVANNAH

    Head south through rich, rolling farmland to the historic seaport of Savannah for a 2-night stay. On
    this afternoon's guided trolley tour, you will see attractions like the City Market, Forsyth Park, Mercer House, Madison Square (where General Sherman concluded his "March to the Sea"), Colonial Park Cemetery, and the world-famous River Street. The evening is free to explore this charming city on
    your own.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 11: SAVANNAH

    A day at leisure. Shop on cobblestoned River Street or stroll among the many squares surrounded by elegant homes and gardens. Don't miss the impressive Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum to learn
    about Savannah's important role in maritime history.

  • Day 12: SAVANNAH-ST. AUGUSTINE-ORLANDO

    Travel into the "Sunshine State" of Florida, stopping first at St. Augustine, the oldest city in the United States. You will see the Government House and the Spanish fortress, Castillo de San Marcos, on your orientation tour. Then, drive to magical Orlando.

  • Day 13: ORLANDO

    Your holiday ends this morning. You can extend your holiday with extra nights and explore the
    "Sunshine State" further.

Whats Included
~ 4 Breakfast Included
~ Touring by private, air-conditioned motorcoach.
~ Free Wi-Fi (where available)
~ Rooms with private bath or shower.
~ Includes hotel taxes, tips and service charges

Whats Excluded
~ International air ticket
~ Travel insurance & Visa
~ Tipping
~ Airport transfer
~ Others not mention

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Guaranteed Departure Dates
24 May - 05 June
12 July - 24 July
06 Sept - 18 Sept
04 Oct - 16 Oct

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Travel Period: from Now till November 13, 2023
Tour Highlight
~ New Orleans, Louisiana
~ Memphis, Tennessee
~ Graceland, Memphis
~ Nashville, Tennessee
~ Atlanta, Georgia
~ Trolley Tour, Savannah
What To Expect
Enjoy the sights and sounds of the South on this wondrous holiday through the heart of Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida. This southern U.S. tour starts with three nights in New Orleans and ends with one night in Orlando. In between, you’ll stay two nights in Memphis, Nashville, and Savannah, and one night each in Natchez, and Atlanta. You’ll also spend time in Baton Rouge, Louisiana’s capital; Chattanooga, home of the Chattanooga Choo Choo; and St. Augustine, the oldest city in the United States.

Music fans will be delighted by the included visits to Graceland, the lavish home of Elvis Presley; Studio B, Nashville’s oldest surviving recording studio; the Country Music Hall of Fame, with its rare instruments and glittering costumes; and the world-famous Grand Ole Opry, where you’ll have reserved seating for an unforgettable show. History buffs will enjoy visiting not only St. Augustine, but also the Old World city of New Orleans, with its clanging streetcars, stately mansions, and French Quarter. You’ll visit a pre-Civil War home in Natchez, which features fine collections of period furniture and paintings. In Atlanta, you’ll stop at the grave and eternal flame dedicated to preserving the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. A trolley tour in Savannah highlights many attractions of this historic seaport, including Madison Square, designed in the 1830s.

On this southern U.S. tour, you’ll also enjoy seeing the countryside between cities. You’ll drive through the heart of Cajun Country from New Orleans to Baton Rouge and through rural Mississippi from Natchez to Memphis.
  • Day 1: NEW ORLEANS

    Welcome to New Orleans! Your Tour Director is on hand late this afternoon to answer any questions.

  • Day 2: NEW ORLEANS

    The morning is dedicated to the sights and sounds of this Old-World city with a guided tour. First, visit the French Quarter, including St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square. Next, learn about the city's unique burial customs at an above-ground cemetery, followed by a leisurely drive down
    historic St. Charles Avenue to enjoy its stately mansions and clanging streetcars. A lavish optional brunch features many of New Orleans’ culinary classics as well as live music. The remainder of the day is at leisure.

  • Day 3: NEW ORLEANS

    A day to explore at your own pace. Stroll through the centuries-old French Quarter or take a carriage ride while listening to tales of voodoo queens and pirates. History enthusiasts may venture out to a plantation to catch a glimpse of life the way it used to be in the Old South. Tonight, you might like to
    experience the city's beauty and romance on a 2-hour cruise from the heart of the French Quarter.

  • Day 4: NEW ORLEANS-BATON ROUGE-NATCHEZ

    Drive through the heart of Cajun Country to Baton Rouge for an orientation tour that features the art deco State Capitol, the tallest in the country. Next, on to elegant Natchez, a thriving port in the golden years of the cotton trade. Visit a gracious Pre-Civil-War home featuring fine collections of period furniture and paintings. In the evening, relax and perhaps sip a refreshing mint julep on our
    optional dinner.

  • Day 5: NATCHEZ-MEMPHIS

    Drive through rural Mississippi to Memphis. On arrival, acquaint yourself with the town during an
    included orientation tour. Don’t miss the optional excursion to the Birthplace of Rock and Roll, Sun
    Studios, followed by dinner and a drink on Beale St where you’ll explore more of the melting pot
    that is delta blues, jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, R & B, and gospel.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 6: MEMPHIS. VISIT TO GRACELAND

    A trip to Memphis would not be complete without visiting Graceland, the palatial home of "The King," Elvis Presley. Our guided audio tour focuses on the memorial garden and the opulent 15,000- square-foot mansion. Afterward, if you haven't done so already, get a taste of Memphis with some authentic southern barbecue or visit the National Civil Rights Museum, or experience the world famous Duck March at the elegant Peabody Hotel.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 7: MEMPHIS-NASHVILLE

    This morning, leave the "Home of the Blues" as you head for Nashville, the "Capital of Country Music." Afternoon arrival in Nashville. This evening, you have reserved seating for an unforgettable show at the world-famous Grand Ole Opry, a mecca for country musicians since 1925.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 8: NASHVILLE

    Its association with country music has made the name "Nashville" world famous, but it's not just music fans who will find this bustling Southern city a delight. Start your day with a visit to RCA Studio B, one of the country's most revered, and Nashville's oldest surviving recording studio. Afterward, sightseeing with a local guide includes the recording studios of Music Row, a lifesize
    reproduction of the Parthenon, the State Capitol, and Bicentennial State Park. Then, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame with its glittering costumes, rare instruments, and Elvis Presley's "solidgold" Cadillac.

  • Day 9: NASHVILLE-CHATTANOOGA-ATLANTA

    First stop today is Chattanooga, home of the Chattanooga Choo Choo. Then, enter the "Peach State" of Georgia and journey to its fast-growing metropolis, Atlanta, home of 1996 summer Olympics. An orientation tour, followed by a short visit to the grave and eternal flame dedicated to preserving the
    legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Day 10: ATLANTA-SAVANNAH

    Head south through rich, rolling farmland to the historic seaport of Savannah for a 2-night stay. On
    this afternoon's guided trolley tour, you will see attractions like the City Market, Forsyth Park, Mercer House, Madison Square (where General Sherman concluded his "March to the Sea"), Colonial Park Cemetery, and the world-famous River Street. The evening is free to explore this charming city on
    your own.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 11: SAVANNAH

    A day at leisure. Shop on cobblestoned River Street or stroll among the many squares surrounded by elegant homes and gardens. Don't miss the impressive Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum to learn
    about Savannah's important role in maritime history.

  • Day 12: SAVANNAH-ST. AUGUSTINE-ORLANDO

    Travel into the "Sunshine State" of Florida, stopping first at St. Augustine, the oldest city in the United States. You will see the Government House and the Spanish fortress, Castillo de San Marcos, on your orientation tour. Then, drive to magical Orlando.

  • Day 13: ORLANDO

    Your holiday ends this morning. You can extend your holiday with extra nights and explore the
    "Sunshine State" further.

Whats Included
~ 4 Breakfast Included
~ Touring by private, air-conditioned motorcoach.
~ Free Wi-Fi (where available)
~ Rooms with private bath or shower.
~ Includes hotel taxes, tips and service charges

Whats Excluded
~ International air ticket
~ Travel insurance & Visa
~ Tipping
~ Airport transfer
~ Others not mention
Guaranteed Departure Dates
24 May - 05 June
12 July - 24 July
06 Sept - 18 Sept
04 Oct - 16 Oct

Per Pax
From: $4297 From: €4091 From: £3512 From: RM18681 From: CAD5567 From: SGD5959 From: AUD6202 From: HKD33850
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Cancellation Policy

~ 46 days or more prior to departure: deposit forfeited
~ 45 – 22 days prior to departure: 20% of total price
~ 21 – 8 days prior to departure: 30% of total price
~ 7 – 1 days prior to departure: 50% of total price
~ On scheduled departure and later: 100% of total price


Payment Terms

~ Deposit must be received within 7 days of booking.
~ Balance payment must be made 45 days prior to departure.
~ Booking made within 45 days prior to departure require full payment at the time of booking.