Experience homegrown local culture right here in America's south—the birthplace of American music on this week-long tour showcasing three musical Meccas for fans of jazz, blues and country music. In Nashville, we'll go a little bit country as we take our seats at the legendary Grand Ole Opry, tour historic RCA Studio B and visit the Country Music Hall of Fame. In Memphis, we'll feast on famous barbecue and listen as local musicians rhapsodize about Memphis' blues, soul and rock 'n' roll history, before touring Graceland, the 14-acre estate of the late King, Elvis Presley. New Orleans indisputably wears the jazz crown and is home to such landmarks as Jackson Square and the unique French Quarter. Choose a walking tour or motorcoach tour of the Crescent City, nibble on beignets at famous Café Du Monde, visit Mardi Gras World and take a bayou swamp cruise (weather permitting). The sounds of the south have become part of our own cultural heritage as surely as Southern hospitality, sweet tea, fried chicken and Gone with the Wind.
RESERVE BY : December 9, 2020
*After deadline, call 617.338.1111 for availability
- Round-trip regularly scheduled flights from Boston to Nashville and New Orleans to Boston, via a connecting city
- Private sedan transfers within 50 miles of Boston’s Logan Airport (one car per booking)
- Seven nights' first-class accommodations
- Ten meals: seven breakfasts, three dinners
- Round-trip airport/hotel transfers
- Services of professional Tour Director
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- DAY 1 Flight from Boston
- DAYS 1–2 Gaylord Opryland Resort, Nashville
- DAY 3–4 The Guest House at Graceland, Memphis
- DAYS 5–7 Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans
- DAY 8 Return flight to Boston
or similar hotel accommodations
Nashville: West Delta Heritage Center, RCA Studio B, Grand Ole Opry evening show, Country Music Hall of Fame. Memphis: musical heritage city tour led by local musicians, Graceland. New Orleans: Choice of French Quarter walking tour or coach tour of New Orleans, Café Du Monde, jazz revue, Louisiana swamp cruise (weather dependent).
$2,919 per person triple occupancy; $3,849 for single reservations. Single accommodations for this tour are limited. Fuel surcharge, air taxes and fees subject to change. Cancellation waiver and travel insurance is $299. Although not required, we recommend purchasing the waiver. Purchase must be made at time of booking. Per person deposit is $600. Click here to learn about Collette's CANCEL FOR ANY REASON TRAVEL PROTECTION PLAN.
** An additional loyalty discount is available if you have travelled on a Collette program within the past 24 months. You will receive a $150 discount if you have traveled on a Collette program within the past 12 months.You will receive a $100 discount if you have traveled on a Collette program within the past 13-24 months. $100 Air Booking Bonus valid until 11/09/2020. After that date price will increase by $100.
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