Bring your group and discover North Carolina’s Crystal Coast, it’s an 85-mile stretch of beaches also known as the Southern Outer Banks. Laid back, historic, filled with nature. We have packaged it with nearby Myrtle Beach fand made it a great combo tour that has a little bit of everything.
Christmas in Charlotte features several great light displays. The NASCAR Hall of Fame has thousands of lights, Charlotte Motor Speedway claims they have the biggest and brightest holiday lights spectacle in the Southeast. Then watch in awe-stricken wonder as NarroWay beautifully re-creates “The Real Christmas Story” and enjoy an evening at the Billy Graham Library with Christmas Dinner.
Come discover the faith of Billy Graham, the history of Charlotte and enjoy a Christian Play at Narroway Productions. Then learn about NASCAR at the Hall of Fame and the Charlotte Motor Speedway. There’s a little of everything in this tour for your group.
Enjoy a full day at the Biltmore Estate followed by Dinner and the Candlelight Evening Tour. As day darkens into dusk, an enchanted spell falls over the Biltmore House and it is illuminated by candlelight, firelight and twinkling Christmas tree lights. It’s literally glowing with holiday spirit.
The Outer Banks of North Carolina were home to America’s first colony, the Wrights’ first flight, and the nation’s first seashore. This adventure to the Outer Banks is filled with lighthouses, shipwrecks, and sandy beaches. Also included are ATV dune rides, and tastings of local wine, oysters, and rum.
This adventurous itinerary covers 500 miles of the Atlantic Coast from the Outer Banks to Myrtle Beach. It’s filled with photo opportunities of lighthouses, wild horses, seabirds, boat rides and music shows. Also worth mentioning is the many opportunities you will have to enjoy fresh seafood. So grab your spy glass, bring a few friends and enjoy a unique new itinerary that ‘s sure to sell to your group.
The Lake Lure Inn is luxury hotel built in 1927 and serves as your headquarters for a two night stay. It is one of North Carolina’s landmark hotels, built when the waters of Lake Lure first began to fill, it has hosted many celebrities; from F. Scott Fitzgerald, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Emily Post, and Calvin Coolidge, to Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey during the filming of “Dirty Dancing,” and now your group.