Reserve your spot on this unforgettable getaway to America’s Deep South. Spend two nights at the deluxe Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in historic Biloxi, Mississippi and enjoy great gaming, shopping, spa, pools and restaurants all in a fabulous gulf front setting. What could be more fun than a Biloxi Shrimp Cruise where we’ll learn the art of catching, cooking and eating—Mississippi Gulf Coast style—followed by lunch at a popular eatery and a visit to the Beauvoir-Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library. Arrive in New Orleans and take in the sights with our local guide as we visit the Lakefront, St. Charles Avenue, Jackson Square and famous St. Louis #3 Cemetery. Our accommodations in The Big Easy are superbly located in a private residential area of the French Quarter. At the New Orleans School of Cooking we’ll have dinner and learn how to cook Louisiana-style! Enjoy an excursion along the River Road to beautiful Oak Alley Plantation—complete with tour, free time to enjoy the grounds and an included lunch. We’ll wind up this southern adventure with the traditional jazz brunch buffet at the historic Court of Two Sisters.
$1,779 per person double occupancy
$1,759 per person triple occupancy; $2,279 for single reservations. Fuel surcharge, air taxes and fees subject to change. TravelSafe Protection Plan is $120. Although not required, we recommend purchasing the insurance. Purchase must be made at time of booking. Per person deposit is $300.
*After deadline, call 617.338.1111 for availability
- Round-trip regularly scheduled flights from Boston to New Orleans via a connecting city
- Five nights’ accommodations: Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, Biloxi two nights; Hotel Provincial, New Orleans three nights
- Ten meals: five breakfasts, two lunches, three dinners
- Escorted, private, round-trip airport/hotel transfers
- Services of professional local Tour Manager
THE FRENCH QUARTER or Vieux Carré is New Orleans’s oldest neighborhood and a National Historic Landmark. Explore its architecture; lush greenery and fountains; Jackson Square’s fortune tellers, artists and musicians; cafés, voodoo temples and the historic French Market!