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Best of the South: Louisville to New Orleans

Best of the South: Louisville to New Orleans

Get a real taste of the south on a eleven-day journey through Kentucky and Tennessee. Kicking off in the flourishing city of Louisville, uncover a progressive food scene, visit a Shaker Village and learn how to cook a classic New Orleans dish. Journeying south, learn the tricks of the trade during a visit to a bourbon distillery before continuing to the country music capital of the world, Nashville, Tennessee. Here you’ll line dance in honky tonks, take part in a recording session in the Country Music Hall of Fame, feast on barbecue and of course sample some bourbon! 

Activities
  • Louisville – Leader led Walking Tour
  • Louisville - Big Four Bridge Walk
  • Jeffersonville – NoCo Arts & Cultural District Walk
  • Pleasant Hill – Shaker Village Farm to Table Lunch
  • Pleasant Hill – Shaker Village Tour
  • Bardstown - Distillery tour
  • Kentucky - Mammoth Cave National Park
  • Nashville - Wildhorse Saloon & line dancing
  • Nashville - Murals City Tour
  • Nashville - Bourbon & BBQ Lunch
  • Nashville – Backstage Tour of the Grand Ole Opry
  • Nashville - Country Music Hall of Fame + Studio B Tour
  • Memphis - Sun Studio Visit
  • Memphis - Graceland, The Home of Elvis Presley
  • Memphis - National Civil Rights Museum
  • New Orleans - Jazz Music Tour
  • New Orleans - Cooking Class
  • New Orleans – Plantation Tour
Highlights
  • Take a Historic walking village tour with a local guide at a Shaker village followed by a farm to table lunch.
  • Pay a visit to some of Nashville’s most photogenic and colourful murals with a stop along the way for Mimosa and Donut tasting.
  • Earn your place in the Country Music Hall of Fame as you take part in a recording session with a professional sound engineer at the iconic Studio B in Nashville.
  • Discover a kitschy world of Southern glitz and glamour at Graceland, the home of Elvis Presley and his final resting place.
  • Get to know the real New Orleans during a walking tour that celebrates the city’s jazz music heritage, stopping off at some lively venues along the way.
  • It doesn’t get much better than Southern food – learn how to cook a classic New Orleans crawfish boil for a true taste of Louisiana.
  • Join a local Black-owned business for a tour of the Whitney Plantation, where you’ll get a sobering glimpse at what life was like for those enslaved on a Louisiana sugarcane plantation.
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$3,774.00 (USD)
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Prices are per-person based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.