Tours open to all travelers; all tours benefit the Tallahassee Senior Center Foundation. Call Kristy at 891-4008 for information. The Senior Center requests that you complete a participation form prior to all tours.
Contact Joanie at 701-3745 for information on the following tours; must have 30 travelers to confirm tour.
Montgomery, AL Tour: Civil Rights History, Industry, and Casino, Sept. 14 – 15.
Depart Wed., 8:00 a.m. $324.00 single; $ 250.00 pp/double.
Travel to Montgomery, AL. After lunch, tour the Hyundai Manufacturing Plant; learn about car-making technologies. Visit the Alabama Museum; view 800 artifacts, hundreds of images and documents that tell the story of Alabama’s history. Check into the Wind Creek Montgomery Hotel and Casino, and have fun with “play” money ($30.00) to use in the Casino or at B.B. Kings Blues Club. Depart Thur. 8:00 a.m., after a buffet breakfast, take an informative, guided, Civil Rights History Tour. Visit the Freedom Riders Museum, the Rosa Parks Library & Museum, and the Dexter Parsonage Museum, where Dr. King lived. Late lunch is included at Martha’s Place. Anticipated Tallahassee arrival is 7:00pm. All money is due August 9th. Call Joanie at 850-701-3745 to make reservation.
Savannah Holiday Tour, Nov. 29, 30 & Dec. 1.
Depart Tue., 7:00 a.m. $ 587.00 single; $483.00 pp/double.
Travel to the Okefenokee Swamp. Climb aboard a flat bottom 24 ft. Carolina skiff for a 90-minute narrated tour along the Suwanee Canal to the Chesser Prairie. Enjoy a Hamburger cook-out. Depart for hotel near Savannah. After dinner on your own, attend “A Christmas Tradition” at the Savannah Theatre. Wed. morning, shop at the Savannah Riverfront; board the Savannah Riverboat for a buffet, luncheon cruise. Evening, enjoy the Holly Jolly Trolley: see the Christmas lights of Savannah’s historic district, stop at the Isaiah Davenport House, and then head over to the Westin Resort at Hutchison Island to view the area’s largest Gingerbread Village. Thur. morning, checkout & travel to the Pin Point Heritage Museum located in an old Oyster & Crab Factory. Experience the Gullah/Geechee Culture first hand. Next, visit Bethesda Academy, founded by Reverend George Whitefield in 1740. Fried Chicken lunch buffet is included. Return to Tallahassee around 7p.m. $50.00 deposit due by August 30; balance due by October 27th. Call Joanie at 850-701-3745 to make reservation.
Collette Vacation Tours
All Collette Vacations tours include Roundtrip Air from Tallahassee, Fees/Surcharges and Hotel Transfers. Call Kristy at 891-4008 for information.
Sept. 2-10, 2016, price begins at $2,989. Durango – Experience the Wild West. Ride aboard the famous Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad through southwestern Colorado's San Juan Mountains. Journey on the world's highest cog railroad to Pike's Peak, a stunning backdrop for Colorado Springs. Also visit: Mesa Verde National Park/Arches /and Canyon Lands National Parks.
Albuquerque Ballon Festival
Oct. 6-12, price begins at $2,649. Balloon Fiesta/Albuquerque National Museum of Nuclear Science & History/Indian Pueblo Cultural Center/Turquoise Traid/Santa Fe/Cooking school.
New Collete Tours
Magical Christmas Markets
Dec. 3-9, 2016, Price begins at $2,999 (pp/double), Must reserve by MAY 27! Highlights include: Innsbruck/Seefeld/take a carriage ride/Munich/Salzburg/dine in a St. Peter's Restaurant/visit Neuschwanstein Castle/Oberammergau/and enjoy some shopping time in the Christmas Markets.
Mar. 7-14, 2017, Book now and save $250. Price begins at $2,699 (pp/double) with saving! Highlights include: Dublin/visit Brazen Head Pub/visit Guinness Storehouse/farm visit/tour Blarney Castle/Killarney/Dingle Peninsula/Cliffs of Moher/Dromoland Castle/and a whiskey distillery.
Apr. 29-May 6, 2017, Book now and save $100 at $2,849 pp/double until Oct. 28. Highlights include: Greenfield Village/Henry Ford Museum/Edsel and Eleanor Ford House/Mackinac Island, featuring The Grand Hotel/ Millennium Park, Chicago.