Featuring the Outer Banks, Raleigh, Atlantic Beach, Ocracoke, Nags Head & Norfolk
SEPTEMBER 14-20, 2019
Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus, Fremont & Sioux City
ALLIEDS TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:
Spend 5 nights on the Outer Banks
Raleigh City Tour with State Capitol Building
Beaufort Historic Tour & Cruise
Two ferry rides connecting the Outer Banks
Stay on Ocracoke Island with Seafood Dinner
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
Roanoke Island with Fort Raleigh
Wright Brothers Memorial of Flight
Historic Corolla with Jeep Safari Drive
Norfolk: MacArthur Memorial + Nauticus Museum
11 Meals: 6 Breakfasts (B), 2 Lunches (L), 3 Dinners (D)
TOUR DIRECTOR: DeEtta Mayrose
Raleigh, NC - DoubleTree
Atlantic Beach, NC (2) - DoubleTree
Ocracoke Island, NC - Anchorage Inn
Nags Head, NC (2) - Ramada Oceanfront
Call for air from your home city.
PRICING PER PERSON:
$2,829 Double, per person
$2,725 Triple, per person
PAY-BY-CHECK SAVINGS: $100
Book By May 12 & Save: $75
Fly to Raleigh, NC
Fly to Raleigh and transfer to your hotel.
Overnight Raleigh, NC
Raleigh City Tour/Drive To Atlantic Beach
Enjoy a narrated city tour of Raleigh, one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. Tour the Governor's Mansion, whose interior was declared "the most beautiful in America" by FDR. Tour the State Capitol Building, see the museums of art & history, and drive through the Victorian neighborhood of Oakwood. After lunch, motor south through Croatan National Forest to the ocean at Atlantic Beach and your waterfront hotel for two nights.
Overnight (2) Atlantic Beach, NC
Beaufort Tour & Cruise
Today, explore the inner banks town of Beaufort, established in 1709. Visit the North Carolina Maritime Museum, showcasing North Carolina's cultural heritage. Shop along historic Front Street, with its Fudge Factory and General Store. See Beaufort Historic Site and the 1700's Old Burying Grounds among the oaks with Spanish moss. This afternoon, enjoy your cruise along the inner banks, past charming old homes, working waterfronts, and possibly see dolphins and wild horses along Shackleford Banks.
Atlantic Beach To Ocracoke Island/ Ocracoke Historical tour
At Cedar Island, ferry across the Pamlico Sound to colorful Ocracoke Island. The town of Ocracoke has the feel of a New England village, but with a semitropical air! Settle in, then partake in an afternoon historic tour. Hear about the island's pirate and WWII history, harrowing hurricanes, and shipwrecks. This evening enjoy a delicious seafood dinner (the areas specialty is its crab cakes and Hatteras clam chowder).
Overnight Ocracoke Island, NC
Ocracoke Island To Nags Head/Cape Hatteras Lighthouse/Roanoke Island/Wright Brothers National Memorial/Beachfront Hotel
Take the short ferry to Hatteras and coach past Buxton Woods, a forest of oaks, beeches, and palmettos. Towering above the dunes is candy-striped Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the tallest brick lighthouse in the country. Cross over to Roanoke Island for a visit to Fort Raleigh, home of the first English settlement in the New World. This was the town founded by Sir Walter Raleigh, pre-dating both Jamestown and Plymouth. Then, explore the Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills, the site of their first powered flight in 1903.
Overnight (2) Nags Head, NC
Day Trip to Corolla with Jeep Safari to Search for Wild Horses/Whalehead Club/Currituck Beach Lighthouse
This morning, head north up the narrow strand to the historic town of Corolla. Embark on an off-road nature safari in specially designed vehicles as we search for wild horses, sea birds and foxes along the shore. This afternoon, tour Whalehead Club, a beautifully restored 1920s Art Nouveau style residence and also see the Currituck Beach Lighthouse & Museum. Return to your hotel and relax or take an optional scenic flightseeing trip over the area. Tonight, we will all meet for our Farewell Dinner at a fine local restaurant
Nags Head To Norfolk/Nauticus Maritime Museum/Fly Home
Coach north to Norfolk, the largest U.S. Naval Base and home to the Atlantic fleet. Visit the General Douglas MacArthur Memorial & Tomb. Later, explore Nauticus, a maritime-themed museum located on the downtown waterfront. Then arrive at the airport for your return flights home.
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner
This tour includes moderate physical activity. You should be in good health, able to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances.
PHOTO ID REQUIRED. Please have your photo ID available when you are ready to make your reservation. The name on your reservation must match your ID.
Included in the vacation package
All attractions listed under Tour Highlights�
RT Air Transportation and ground transportation in North Carolina
Home pickup in all Allied Departure Cities on Prestige Tours
Luggage handling at hotel (one piece of luggage per person)
Hotel accommodations as listed in itinerary & tax
All admissions and meals per itinerary
All taxes for included items
Gratuities to step-on guides and wait staff (for included meals on Prestige Tours
Not Included are meals not listed in the itinerary, optional tours, optional travel insurance, room incidentals, alcoholic beverages, items of personal nature, gratuities for tour director or driver, possible fuel surcharges.
Deposit: To confirm your reservation, a $300 per person
Deposits are subject to change.
Final payments are usually due 95 days prior to departure on air tours. Your final payment date will be listed on your deposit statement. You may remit by personal check, VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express.
Days Prior to Departure .... Cancellation Fee
90 Days or More . . . No Fee
89-45 Days . . . 40% of Total Cost + 100% of Airfare
44-30 Days . . 75% of Total Cost + 100% of Airfare
29 Days or Less . . . No Refund
Travel Insurance is highly recommended. Please ask your reservationist for pricing and details.
Travel Insurance We strongly recommend that you purchase travel insurance to protect your deposits from cancellation fees. Your trip investment is worth protecting and it's the best way to safeguard against unexpected events that can prevent you from traveling and being assessed significant cancellation fees. Contact Allied Tours for travel insurance information.
Final Documents Approximately two weeks prior to your departure date, you will receive your final documents. Departure times, a hotel list, detailed tour itinerary, medical form and luggage tags will be included.
Changes in Tour Price Tour prices in this publication are effective as of September 15, 2018 and subject to fluctuation due to the U.S dollar exchange rates and energy rates. Our best effort has been made to publish this information as accurately as possible. The right is reserved to change tour rates as deemed necessary by current currency and fuel price conditions. Due to the volatility of airfares and flight schedules, tour utilizing air transportation are subject to change both in price and routing.
Changes in Itinerary The order of events and hotels scheduled in your tour are subject to change. Every effort will be made to preserve the original quality of attractions and hotels when circumstances necessitate a substitution.
Baggage Allowance Portage for one suitcase (per person) is included in the tour price. Due to limited motor coach capacity, your single bag should have dimensions not exceeding 30" x 21" x 11" and weigh no more than 50 lbs. Small carry-on bags are allowed and are your responsibility. Most airlines assess a baggage fee. This fee is not included in the tour price and is paid for at airport check-in.
Church and Faith We encourage you to attend the church of your choice while on tours if conditions allow. Unfortunately, we are unable to make any special provisions or transportation to attend church. Many tour directors share "Thoughts of the Day" verses of inspiration, or a short prayer to start the day.
Travelers needing special assistance must notify Allied Tours at the time of booking. Persons requiring assistance must be accompanied by a companion who can help with these special needs as tour directors and drivers have obligations to the whole group. See your current tour book for details of customer responsibility.
Tour Provided by Allied Tours.
RESPONSIBILITY: Allied Tours, Inc. (AT) acts only as an agent for suppliers. AT is not responsible for acts or omissions of the suppliers or their failure to provide services or adhere to their own schedules and assumes no liability for injury, damage, loss, accident, delay or irregularity, and can accept no liability for losses or personal injury or property damage, or additional expenses due to delay or changes in bus or other services, sickness, weather, strikes, war, quarantine, terrorism or other causes. All such losses or expenses will have to be borne by the passenger. The right is reserved to accept or withdraw any tour if circumstances require it. AT reserves the right to make any changes deemed necessary to the benefit of the tour and/or tour members. All rates are subject to change and are based on current tariffs available and current exchange rates as of September 15, 2018. All baggage is at owners risk. The purchase of baggage and travel insurance covering cancellation, interruption, medical, baggage, etc., is recommended. The issuance and acceptance of tickets/vouchers or the payment of the required deposit or any partial or full payment for reservations on these trips shall be deemed to be consent to the above conditions. No refund of unused portions of the tour can be made unless agreed to prior to the departure of the tour. The usual contract in use by the airlines and other transportation companies when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the purchaser of the tour and/or the passenger. The services of any ARC and/or IATAN carrier may be used on this program. AT has no special knowledge regarding the financial condition of the suppliers or unsafe conditions at locations to which you may travel. You assume full responsibility for checking and verifying any and all passport, visa, vaccination, or other entry requirements of your destination(s), and all conditions regarding health, safety, security, political stability, and labor or civil unrest at such destination(s). Passengers hereby release AT from all claims arising out of any problem covered in these paragraphs and agree that the courts in Madison Co., NE will be the exclusive jurisdiction for all claims brought by you or AT.
Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.
Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.
|Columbus|| Columbus HyVee |
3010 - 23rd Street -please park SE corner of lot
|Council Bluffs-Pilot|| Pilot * 2647 South 24th - Central Meeting Point |
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|Fremont|| Fremont Walmart |
3010 E 23rd St, Exit Hwys 30 & 275 - special instr
|Grand Island|| Bosselman * 3335 West Wood River Road Parking in |
Gravel lot by Motel 6. Meet bus at gravel lot entr
|Lincoln-Best Western Plus|| Lincoln-Best Western Plus |
I-80, Exit 403, 27th Street Exit, South
|Norfolk|| Norfolk |
Allied Tour Office - 720 E. Norfolk Ave.
|Omaha - Arrow Stage Lines|| Omaha -- Arrow Stage Lines Depot |
4220 South 52nd St.
|Sioux City|| Sioux City -- New Victorian Inn |
3101 Singing Hills Blvd. (I29, Exit 143 east 2 bl)
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