USA Tours

Updated: Aug. 25th, 2017

--2018--
Florida Winter Vacation
Las Vegas Getaway
12th Annual Quilter’s Patchwork Tour

--2017--
Chicago – My Kind of Town
Dover International Speedway “The Monster Mile” NASCAR Racing
Music Cities of Tennessee - Memphis & Nashville
The Best of New York City
Soaring Eagle Casino Resort & Spa, & Frankenmuth, Michigan (Fall)
Erie, Pennsylvania Shopping Trip
Lancaster, Pennsylvania – Bonnets, Buggies & Back Roads featuring the Miracle of Christmas
Frankenmuth, Michigan – a little Christmas Magic
Hot Air Balloon Championships in Frankenmuth, Michigan
Autumn Cape Cod Vacation
Blue Jays Road trip To Boston
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina – Oceanfront Holiday
Chicago International Quilt Festival Tour
Soaring Eagle Casino Resort & Spa, Mount Pleasant, Michigan (Spring)

--2016--
Branson Country Christmas Music Tour
Erie, Pennsylvania Shopping Trip
Washington, DC including Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Chicago – My Kind of Town
Christmas Magic in Frankenmuth, Michigan
All Roads Lead to Quilting 2016
Hot Air Balloon Championships in Frankenmuth, Michigan
Springtime in New England
Autumn Cape Cod Vacation
Soaring Eagle Casino Resort & Spa, Mount Pleasant, Michigan (Spring)
Soaring Eagle Casino Resort & Spa, Mount Pleasant, Michigan (Fall)
Savannah, Georgia and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Annual Quilter’s Patchwork Tour
Branson Springtime Country Music Tour
Charlotte Motor Speedway - Heart of NASCAR



 

 

Tuesday, March 21 to Saturday, April 1, 2017 - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina – Oceanfront Holiday
Join us as we return to a favourite destination. Enjoy visits to Washington and Pigeon Forge enroute. 
Tentative Itinerary:
Day 1: Tues., March 21 - The tour will depart from Barrie, Bayfield Mall behind the Canadian Tire at 7:00a.m. & the Tour Office at 7:30a.m. (Overnight parking is available at our Tour Office)  A valid Canadian passport is required for the border crossing into the USA. A stop will be made at Duty Free shop enroute to our overnight stay at the Best Western Country Cupboard in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. (D)
Day 2:  Wed., March 22 - Following a light breakfast we will travel to Washington D.C.  and enjoy lunch and an afternoon tour before travelling on to Fredericksburg, Virginia for our overnight stay.
(B & L)
Day 3: Thurs., March 23 - Following breakfast we will depart for Myrtle Beach.  The tour will be staying at the “Caribbean Resort & Villas” for 5 nights in ocean front efficiency rooms (Jr. Suites) with private balconies overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The hotel offers both indoor & outdoor pool, whirlpool, laundry facilities, sauna & private beach. There is a restaurant located next door.  After checking in at the Caribbean, the coach will take our group to the local grocery store to purchase supplies. (B & D)
Day 4: Fri., March 24 - Today is a free day to enjoy the resort or a round of golf at one of the many local courses. This evening we enjoy a group dinner at Benjamin’s Seafood Buffet followed by the evening performance of “Legends in Concert”. (D)
Day 5:  Sat., March 25 - Today includes a shuttle to local shopping in the morning, a free afternoon followed by dinner at Simply Southern Buffet and an evening of entertainment at the “Palace Theatre“ for the performance of “Cirque Extreme”. (D)
Day 6: Sun., March 26 - This afternoon enjoy Captain Dick's Inlet tour departing from Murrell's Inlet followed by an early dinner at a local restaurant. (D)
Day 7:  Mon., March 27 - This morning there will a shuttle available for visit “Broadway at the Beach”.   In the evening we will enjoy dinner at “Thoroughbreds” Restaurant followed by a 7:30p.m. performance at the Alabama Theatre.  (D)
Day 8: Tues., March 28 - Today is at your leisure to enjoy the beautiful beaches and pool side before we pack our suitcases to start our journey north.
Day 9: Wed., March 29 - This morning we depart Myrtle Beach.  Our scenic route takes us through the Great Smoky Mountain National Park to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and our home for the next two nights.   (B & D)
Day 10: Thurs., March 30 - This morning we visit Dollywood and the Festival of Nations. In the afternoon, enjoy the “Hatfields and McCoy Dinner Feud”. This evening we attend the 8:00p.m. performance of the Smoky Mountain Opry. (B & D)
Day 11: Fri., March 31 - This morning we depart for Findlay, Ohio and our overnight stay at the Drury Inn. (B)
Day 12: Sat., Apr. 1 - This morning we begin our journey home, stopping for meal breaks and duty free shopping.  Our return time to Barrie will be approximately 8:00p.m. (B)
Tour includes: motor coach transportation with tour director, 11 nights hotel accommodation, baggage handling for 1 large suitcase each, hotel taxes, 6 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 8 dinners, guided tours of Washington D.C., the Smokey Mountain Park, admissions and attractions as listed in the itinerary, shuttle to local shopping, duty free shopping & HST EXEMPT.
Cost per person: Twin $2795.00 & Single $3630.00
A deposit of $600.00 is required upon booking with the balance due in full one month prior to departure.

Travel Insurance is available through our office at the time of booking at an additional charge.

 
 


PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP:

A Valid Canadian Passport
- the best form of Identification

As of June 1, 2009, a Valid Canadian passport is required for those travelling to the United States by land, air or cruise ship.

Canadian Residents Holding non-Canadian Passports: Upon entry into the USA by land, you must fill out Form I-94, and pay $6 US per person. Upon your return to Canada, the form must be presented to the customs office as proof that you have left the USA.

Hamilton Tours staff advise passengers of their travel document requirements, but we will not be responsible for passengers denied access to the US, or for re-entry into Canada. If this happens, you will be responsible for your own transportation home.

To facilitate border crossing, please keep your identification on your person.

 

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