June 9, 2023 - June 18, 2023

Mississippi Riverboating

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Tour Description

Your package includes airfare, deluxe transportation and accommodations, all listed tour fees, and 23 meals.

Embark on a unique riverboat adventure along the Lower Mississippi River between Memphis, TN, and New Orleans. Savor a week aboard a relaxed modern paddlewheel riverboat as we cruise the lower Mississippi River. The enthusiastic crew will share an incredible journey filled with historical tales, culinary delights, unique culture, vibrant music, and new friends. Enjoy time onboard the ship in your comfortable and spacious stateroom. Enjoy expansive river views, the rising bluffs of the historic river towns, and the tree-lined banks accented with blue herons and bald eagles from your private balcony. Delight in the diverse menu of delicious meals carefully crafted by an onboard culinary team to include samples of regional cuisine. THIS is Mississippi Cruisin’ in style!

Day 1:

Today we will hop aboard our bus and make our way across Missouri and Arkansas to Memphis, TN, where we will spend the night. You will want to get a good night’s sleep because tomorrow, we board our ship and start our adventure down the Mississippi.   map

Day 2:

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning we will board our ship and start our journey down the Mississippi. We will spend this first afternoon cruising our way south on the “American Heritage Paddle-Wheeler." So, take some time this afternoon to get acquainted with our ship. From your stateroom with private balconies to the lounge on the sundeck, this is a unique and luxurious way to float down the Mississippi.

Day 3:

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today our ship arrives in Vicksburg. This city served as a pivotal turning point during the Civil War. While here, a historian will take us through the National Military Park commemorating the campaign, siege, and defense of Vicksburg. Also, while here, you will have the chance to check out the Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum, The Old Depot Museum, and The Old Courthouse Museum. Our ship will be docking here in Vicksburg tonight.

Day 4:

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning we will spend time in Vicksburg, giving you a chance to go check out anything you may have missed yesterday. Later our ship will be departing and continuing down the river until this evening when we find ourselves docked in Natchez, MS. You want to rest up tonight because there is a lot to see tomorrow.

Day 5:

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today will be spent here in Natchez, settled in 1716. Natchez is rich in history and Southern hospitality. Enjoy a guided exploration of this fascinating city which has retained its antebellum charm since its surrender during the Civil War. Visit Frogmore, a historic cotton plantation still in use today, or attend a special piano concert in the J.N. Stone antebellum music room. Other possible activities today include Monmouth Historic Inn and Gardens, Historic Longwood, and even the Natchez shuttle; you decide! Our ship will be departing late this evening.

Day 6:

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We will be docking early this morning in St. Francisville, LA. This southern town radiates simple pleasures and unique treasures located on the bluffs of the Mississippi River. St Francisville has been called “One of the 200 most beautiful small towns in America” Take a stroll through the historical center where two centuries of architecture and lifestyle are on display. Enjoy visits to restored antebellum mansions, including Rosedown. Other possible excursions included Audubon Historic Site, The Myrtles Plantation, and Greenwood Estate. Our time here ends as our ship embarks again this evening

Day 7:

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We wake up this morning in the Capitol of Louisiana, Baton Rouge. Baton Rouge features all the history and wonder you would expect in a state capital, but with an added down-home flavor that makes it truly unique. Our local expert guides will take us on a tour of the city’s most famous attractions, including the Old and New State Capitols and the interactive Louisiana State Museum. Other excursions today include a guided walking tour of downtown, time at the Louisiana Art and Science Museum, and time to explore the WWII destroyer, USS Kidd. Our ship will be overnighting here in Baton Rouge tonight.

Day 8:

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning we will depart early and continue down the river until we find ourselves at Houmas House. Houma House and Gardens is a historic plantation complex established in the late 1700s, with the main house completed in 1840. Once the home of a wealthy sugar baron, the “Sugar Palace” features 16 rooms filled with period antiques and Louisiana artwork. We will then head to Oak Alley Plantation, where perfectly aligned 300-year-old trees form a canopy that sets a grand entrance. Here we can explore this antebellum plantation’s many stately rooms and learn why it has earned the name “Grande Dame of The Great River Road” This evening, our Riverboat continues down the river and will arrive sometime in the night in New Orleans.

Day 9:

Meals: Breakfast

Our final breakfast on board is waiting for us this morning before we disembark and head to the airport. Here we will hop on board for a flight back to Tulsa. This evening we arrive at our hotel for our final night.

Day 10:

Meals: Breakfast

Our time together comes to an end today as we head home. This is one memory-making adventure you will never forget.