3) Have a unique Cowboy Experience in Dallas Fort Worth！
4) Enjoy all kinds or famous southern US food - Cajun/Oysters/Steaks！
Canada & USA，Eastern USA，State of Michigan
Day 1Toronto – Ohio (Cincinnati)
Cross the U.S. border， going down
south， pass different states and enjoy the natural scene of various area along
the highway. Arrive and check in hotel
Cincinnati - A city full of Italian
style architect that can compare with New York.
It is commonly referred to as the “Paris of America” due mainly to such
ambitious architectural projects as the Music Hall， Cincinnatian Hotel etc.
Roebling Suspension Bridge: Spans the Ohio River between Cincinnati， Ohio and
Covington， Kentucky. The bridge was built and opened in 1866 which is the same
architect that built the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. Cincinnati Museum
Centre-Completed in 1933 serve as a train terminal and being converted to a
museum with 16，000 acres and with the largest arch-shape roof in the western
hemisphere.(Outside photo stop)
Nashville - Capital city of Tennessee
that founded in 1779. A city grew
quickly due to its strategic location as a port on the Cumberland River. It is known as “Music City”. Visit the
Parthenon (photo stop)， and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (Fee Apply).
From 1964， it is one of the world’s largest museums dedicated to the
preservation of American music and amassed one of the world’s most extensive
Day 3Nashville – New Orleans
New Orleans - It is a Louisiana
city on the Mississippi River， near the Gulf of Mexico. A historical melting pot of French， African
and American cultures. A city for its
distinctive music and Creole cuisine. French Quarter is the oldest section in
the city and becomes the U.S. National Historic Landmark and the Jackson Square
is the center of the French Quarter which is the location of St. Louis
Cathedral that designated as a minor Basilica by Pope Paul VI. French Market is
a place with more than 200 years that first serve the New Orleans as a food
market and now is a popular tourist visiting spot with lot of restaurants and
shopping of souvenirs spot. In the night time， Bourbon Street is a place that full
with round-the-clock nightlife， vibrant live-music for all the visitors that
must be visited.
Day 4New Orleans
as a major port， New Orleans is considered an economic and commercial hub for
the broader Gulf Coast region of the United States. New Orleans is
world-renowned for its distinctive music， Creole cuisine， unique dialects， and
its annual celebrations and festivals， most notably Mardi Gras World (Fee applied): A
300，000 square foot working warehouse where floats are made for Mardi Gras
parades in New Orleans. The largest float designing and building facility in
historic heart of the city is the French
Quarter， known for its French and Spanish Creole architecture and vibrant
nightlife along Bourbon Street. The
city has been described as the "most unique" in the United States，
owing in large part to its cross-cultural and multilingual heritage.
Oak Alley Plantation (Fee applied):
Planted before the house was
constructed in 1837， this formal planting is a historic landscape design long
recognized for its beauty. An important event in American horticultural history
occurred in the winter of 1846-47 when Antoine， a slave gardener at Oak Alley，
first successfully grafted pecan trees.
Visit Jackson square， Café
Du Monde， Jazz
Cruise (Fee applied).
Day 5New Orleans – Texas –Houston
Texas means “friends” in Caddo
Native American languages. Located in
the South Central region of the U.S. and it is the second-largest U.S. state by
both area (after Alaska) and population activity (after California)
Cattle industry was a dominating before
the petroleum being discovered and become the driving force behind the economy.
Texas developed a diversified economy
and high tech industry in recent decades， the state leads in many industries，
including tourism， agriculture， petrochemicals， energy， computers and
electronics， aerospace， and biomedical sciences.
Centre Houston – NASA (Fee apply) – It
has more than 400 display items from the largest collections of spacesuits and
Moon rocks on public display in the world.
Get an up-close look of the Apollo 17 Command Module， full-size Skylab
Training module in Starship Gallery. See
a diverse collection of spacesuits used for training flights to spacewalks on
the Moon in Astronaut Gallery or take some great pictures of the Space
Shuttle-Independence from the Independence Plaza. Waterwall Park is a landmark
for visitors of all ages and the indoor Toyota Center is the home of the
Houston Rockets of the National Basketball Association that is locate in
downtown region. Chinatown is a largely
residential area， where family-owned restaurants serve various kind of Asian
foods and quite a few grocery stores specializes in seafood and Asian produce.
Day 6Houston - San Antonio – Austin
San Antonio is the second largest
city in the Southern United States， a major city in south-central Texas with a
rich colonial heritage. As part of the
Spanish Empire before， it still rich in Latin culture. It is a city with diversified economy focuses
primarily on health care， financial service， oil and gas， tourism and the city
also has a growing technology sector. St.
Antonio River Tour (Fee apply) - A relaxing guided River Walk boat cruise
along the San Antonio River. Experience some of San Antonio's top historic and
cultural sites. Enjoy a delicious meal
and a drink with a beautiful view of the river. Puffy Tacos are San Antonio's
most famous dish which a lot of visitors will give it a try. Historic Market
Square - It is a three-block outdoor plaza lined with shops， a place filled
with live entertainment， delicious food and multi-cultural merchandise that you
can find something for you friend or yourself.
Austin - The capital city of the
state of Texas and is one of the fastest growing large cities in the U.S.
Austin has become a center for
technology and business. A number of
Fortune 500 companies have headquarters or regional offices in Austin，
including 3M， Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)， Amazon， Apple， Facebook (Meta)，
Google， IBM， Intel， NXP semiconductors， Oracle， Tesla， Texas Instruments with
regard to education， Austin is the home of the University of Texas at Austin，
which is one of the largest universities in the U.S. Texas Capitol House - Located
in downtown Austin， Texas. Constructed
and finished in 1888， the building was added to be recognized as a National
Historic Landmark. The building is 302.64 feet (92.24 m) tall， making it the 6th tallest state capitol and one of several taller than the United States Capitol
in Washington， D.C. Texas University at Austin - It is a public research
university in Austin， Texas， founded in 1883. It is a major center for academic
research. As of November 2020， 13 Nobel
Prize winners have been affiliated with the school as alumni.
Day 7Austin - Fort Worth - Dallas
A city in North Central Texas the
Fort Worth Stockyards are home to rodeos， and the National Cowgirl Museum and
Hall of Fame honors pioneers. Fort Worth
hosts the world's only twice-daily cattle drive in the Stockyards National
Historic District. Visitors can enjoy the
cattle drive show in the restaurant along the road with the famous Seltzer Beer
and Tomahawk steak.
Dallas - A modern metropolis in
north Texas， is a commercial and cultural hub of the region. The construction
of the Interstate Highway System reinforced Dallas's prominence as a
transportation hub. Dominant sectors of its diverse economy include defense，
financial services， information technology， telecommunications， and
transportation. Dealey Plaza - Downtown’s Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
commemorates the site of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. Pioneer
Plaza - The site features native plants and trees and a flowing stream in a
natural setting and a re-creation of a cattle drive in bronze with longhorn
steers being driven by three cowboys on horses. It is a place heavily visited
by the tourist.
Day 8Dallas - Memphis
Memphis is a city along the
Mississippi River in southwestern Shelby County， Tennessee and is the
second-most populous city behind Nashville.
As one of the more historic and culturally significant cities of the
southern United States. Memphis has the
largest African-American population， the city played a prominent role in the
American civil rights movement and was the site of Martin Luther King Jr.'s
1968 assassination. Memphis has become one of the nation's leading commercial
centers in transportation and logistics. It’s the largest employer and is the
headquarter of the multinational courier corporation – FedEx.
Elvis Presley - King of Rock and Roll
- Elvis Presley， he is regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons
of the 20th century. Elvis Presley House is a one-story ranch style house in a
residential neighborhood in Memphis， Tennessee. Singer Elvis Presley lived here
with his parents between March 1956 and March 1957， before moving to Graceland. Souvenir store has lots of
specialty Elvis gifts for visitors to remember their trip to Graceland(Fee
Applied). Passengers can also choose to visit the Elvis Museum(Fee Applied)
instead of the Graceland.
Day 9Memphis - Indianapolis
Indianapolis - It is the state
capital and most-populous city of the U.S. state of Indiana. In 1821， it was
founded as a planned city for the new seat of Indiana's state government and
named as the Crossroads of America. Indianapolis
Motor Speedway Museum (Photo stop) - It is the location of the best known annually
hosting the world's largest single-day sporting event， the Indy 500.
Leave hotel， pass Detroit，
Michigan State and， stop at the Duty Free in U.S. border for tax free items purchase，
such as cigarette， alcohol and cosmetic items and return Toronto in the
Transportation in air-conditioned tour coach
English speaking tour guide
All meals， admission
fees or attractions. Gratuities and all personal expense.
and optional activities (prices and availability subject to change).
are based on CAD， for guest
only carried USD， should pay
extra expense from difference in exchange rate.
to bus driver and tour guide USD$16.00 per day per customer
(Fare should be paid upon reservation)
First 4 rows on the bus during tour
choose at least 3 optional tours (except donation options)， otherwise there
will be USD$40/person surcharge.
Hall of Fame and Museum
$ 18 (3-11)
Oak Alley Plantation
Houston – NASA
St. Antonio River Tour
$ 8 (5-11)
Day 8 optional admission:
Optional Admission Fee/USD
*The arrangement of your trip may be varied， due to the weather， traffic etc... Please follow your final itinerary.
* On account of the current special situation， the price and opening hours of some attraction spots may
be adjusted or revised at any time.
Please refer to the marked price at the time of actual visit. If
the attraction spot is not open， we reserve the right to cancel the
spot or rearrange others tourist attraction instead.
* Additional charges may apply during high season.
EAST OF TORONTO (404 & Steeles) (outside Tim Horton)
Shops on Steeles and 404 (In Front of Tim Horton)
Steeles Ave E， Thornhill， ON L3T 4X1
404 / Steeles Ave East]
OF TORONTO (Chinatown)
City Mall (In Front of Spadina Ave Entrance)
Spadina Ave.， Toronto， ON M5T 3A5
Ave / Dundas Street West ]
DROP OFF in difference location (Yorkmills Subway)
4555 Hurontario Street， Mississauga (In Front of Second Cup)
1) Tourists need to provide proof that
they have been vaccinated (2 doses)
2) No eating at bus
· For USA TOUR: Clients should be responsible for all the
documents and IDs that are necessary for their travel. (Passport Valid for at
least 6 Months， USA Visa /EVUS & Return Ticket
& PR Card.
.For those who need a passport (valid for at least 6 months)， please have your US visa ready
· All the admissions and attraction must be bought from our tour
· For extending stay in hotel please contact us for price.
· Please arrival at least 15 mins before departure time. All the
pick-up& drop off times are for your reference only.
· The sequence of your trip may be varied， due to the different departure dates. Please follow your final
· The tour fees on holiday seasons may change without notice， we apologize for any inconvenience caused and your
consideration will be very much appreciated.
· Tour activities should be together， if guest want to leave the tour， must notice to tour guide， and our company takes no responsibilities for any accident and
missed bus， and no fare will be refunded in this case.
· Price for Single Occupancy applies when one person stays in one
standard hotel room
· Price for Double/Triple/Quadruple Occupancy applies when
two/three/four people stay in one standard hotel room.
· Triple/Quadruple price does not guarantee a third/fourth bed in
the room since each room is equipped with two beds. Please check the
availability at the time of check-in.
· The maximum room capacity is four people including adult(s) and
· Only one infant (under 2 years of age) can ride for free on one
bus， provided he/she does not occupy a seat.
· Any other infant would be charged full price the same as adult， and also need to pay the service fee to tour guide/driver.
Please bring your own baby car seat， and be sure to inform us if you are
traveling with infants by placing the number of infants and their dates of
birth in the comments section when booking online.
· We recommend customers to bring their own safety seats for
children under 4 years old.
· No smocking at hotel room， a punished fine between $300 and $350 if disregard of the
· If guest exits tour due to personal reasons， it will be treated as a voluntary withdrawal of the guest’s
own will. We are sorry but there will be no refund or compensation(s)
whatsoever to the member concerned. We would like to ask your kinds
understanding of the foregoing policy.
· In the event that a tour is cancelled due to not enough people
registered (less than 30 passengers) or need to change travel date(s) we
reserve the right to cancel the tour and will have no responsibility beyond the
refund of all monies paid by the passengers and received by us. Most tour
will be confirmed 3-4 days prior to departure.
· Travel Insurance recommend to customer for travelling.
Please consult our sales representatives for details.
· In the cases of unexpected injury or death， loss of or damage to luggage or personal belongings etc.， the safety rules and regulations of those companies should
serve as the basis for resolving the problems and it has nothing to do with our
· Triple Room and Quad Room are to be shared with two double beds.
· Please read “Terms & Conditions”.
· Programs are subject to availability & may change without
Late or absent
1. On the departure day， if a group of friends is late or absent， the team cannot be refunded for any reason and cannot
change other dates or transfer others;
2. If the clients temporary absence on the first tour day without
prior notice， the Company reserves the right to
recover the absent fee from the absent guest
3. If the client pays temporary absence on the same day without
prior notice， the Company reserves the right to
recover the absent fine from the absent guest
4. Throughout the tour， if a group member fails to comply with the team leader's
instructions to arrive on time， he or she will be responsible for any
extra expenses or losses.
5. In the process of touring， the tour operator will act independently as a solitary member.
The company does not make any refund. The company from the consequences of all
the consequences of the exemption.
6. If a tour operator does not appear in the agreed departure time
and place， the company cannot guarantee its
7. All bus seats are free guided tour arrangements. If the guest
is absent on the day of departure， the Company and tour guide have the right to reschedule vacant