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  • Wilmington/Cape Fear Region 2022 

    Wilmington/Cape Fear Region 2022 Steeped in history, Wilmington and the Cape Fear region have been welcoming guests since the 16th century when the first Europeans visited the area. Cobblestone streets still echo with the click of horse-drawn carriages. Yet, there’s a progressive vibe that captivates visitors and residents alike. We’ll explore and learn about the city’s many faces while savoring spring’s awakening surrounded by azaleas everywhere we go in North Carolina’s Port City. Our hotel overlooks the river. Historic, dynamic, innovative, diverse, with beaches nearby, this trip is sure to whet your interest in the Cape Fear region. March 29-31, 2022 $1,360/guest (double occupancy)          $1,560/guest (single occupancy) Limited to 30 guests. Be sure to sign up early to secure your spot!  
    $680.00$1,560.00

    Wilmington/Cape Fear Region 2022

    Steeped in history, Wilmington and the Cape Fear region have been welcoming guests since the 16th century when the first Europeans visited the area. Cobblestone streets still echo with the click of horse-drawn carriages. Yet, there’s a progressive vibe that captivates visitors and residents alike.

    We’ll explore and learn about the city’s many faces while savoring spring’s awakening surrounded by azaleas everywhere we go in North Carolina’s Port City. Our hotel overlooks the river. Historic, dynamic, innovative, diverse, with beaches nearby, this trip is sure to whet your interest in the Cape Fear region.

    March 29-31, 2022

    $1,360/guest (double occupancy)          $1,560/guest (single occupancy)

    Limited to 30 guests. Be sure to sign up early to secure your spot!

     

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  • Beaufort & the Southern Outer Banks

    Beaufort & the Southern Outer Banks 24-26, 2022 Located along North Carolina’s central coastline, Beaufort and the Southern Outer Banks beckon vacationers year-round. Steeped in history, the famous pirate Blackbeard plied these waters in the 1700s, Robert E. Lee designed Fort Macon’s jetties in the 1840s, and in 1971 President Theodore Roosevelt’s descendants donated the land on which the North Carolina Aquarium was built. We’ll explore Beaufort, named by Travel + Leisure as “America’s Favorite Town”. Rich in history, architecture, and maritime culture and almost surrounded by water wherever we go, the salt air will invigorate as we immerse ourselves in this enchanting coastal community. May 24-26, 2022 $1,475/guest (double occupancy)          $1,766/guest (single occupancy) Limited to 30 guests. Be sure to sign up early to secure your spot!  
    $737.50$1,766.00

    Beaufort & the Southern Outer Banks
    24-26, 2022

    Located along North Carolina’s central coastline, Beaufort and the Southern Outer Banks beckon vacationers year-round. Steeped in history, the famous pirate Blackbeard plied these waters in the 1700s, Robert E. Lee designed Fort Macon’s jetties in the 1840s, and in 1971 President Theodore Roosevelt’s descendants donated the land on which the North Carolina Aquarium was built.

    We’ll explore Beaufort, named by Travel + Leisure as “America’s Favorite Town”. Rich in history, architecture, and maritime culture and almost surrounded by water wherever we go, the salt air will invigorate as we immerse ourselves in this enchanting coastal community.

    May 24-26, 2022

    $1,475/guest (double occupancy)          $1,766/guest (single occupancy)

    Limited to 30 guests. Be sure to sign up early to secure your spot!

     

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    Fall Foliage Tour of Western North Carolina

    Lake Junaluska has beckoned visitors to its tranquil setting for decades. This gorgeous lake, surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains, will be our headquarters for exploring Western North Carolina as temperatures begin to drop and leaves change colors. Our goal is to enjoy the peace and tranquility of this spectacular setting – walking the trails, rocking on the porch overlooking the lake, as well as venturing into the charming towns of Waynesville and Highlands. We’ll also visit the Cherokee Indian Reservation, which offers us the opportunity to learn more about North Carolina’s only federally recognized Indian tribe. This is an ideal tour for relaxation and savoring the beauty of our mountains this fall. October 11-14, 2021 | 4 days, 3 nights $1,468 / guest (double occupancy) | $1,787 / guest (single occupancy) Limited to 30 guests. Be sure to sign up early to secure your spot! Join the Waitlist

    Lake Junaluska has beckoned visitors to its tranquil setting for decades. This gorgeous lake, surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains, will be our headquarters for exploring Western North Carolina as temperatures begin to drop and leaves change colors. Our goal is to enjoy the peace and tranquility of this spectacular setting – walking the trails, rocking on the porch overlooking the lake, as well as venturing into the charming towns of Waynesville and Highlands. We’ll also visit the Cherokee Indian Reservation, which offers us the opportunity to learn more about North Carolina’s only federally recognized Indian tribe. This is an ideal tour for relaxation and savoring the beauty of our mountains this fall.

    October 11-14, 2021 | 4 days, 3 nights

    $1,468 / guest (double occupancy) | $1,787 / guest (single occupancy)

    Limited to 30 guests. Be sure to sign up early to secure your spot!

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    Charlotte: The Queen City

    The Queen City. A world-class city. North Carolina’s largest city. It doesn’t matter which moniker you use, everyone knows you’re talking about Charlotte. The city is a dichotomy of the old and new. The second-largest financial center in the U.S., Charlotte is proud of her soaring skyscrapers and beautifully quaint, tree-lined neighborhoods. Named in honor of Queen Charlotte, wife of King George of England, and chartered in 1768, Charlotte is older than the United States. British General Cornwallis called Charlotte a “hornet’s nest of rebellion” in 1780. Ever since rail connections first linked Charlotte to global markets in the 1850s, the city has never seen a decade without population growth. From about 3,500 people at the close of the Civil War in 1865, the city’s population today exceeds 872,000. September 7-9, 2021 $1,232 / guest (double occupancy) | $1,392 / guest (single occupancy) Limited to 30 guests. Be sure to sign up early to secure your spot! Learn More and Book Online

    The Queen City. A world-class city. North Carolina’s largest city. It doesn’t matter which moniker you use, everyone knows you’re talking about Charlotte. The city is a dichotomy of the old and new. The second-largest financial center in the U.S., Charlotte is proud of her soaring skyscrapers and beautifully quaint, tree-lined neighborhoods.

    Named in honor of Queen Charlotte, wife of King George of England, and chartered in 1768, Charlotte is older than the United States. British General Cornwallis called Charlotte a “hornet’s nest of rebellion” in 1780. Ever since rail connections first linked Charlotte to global markets in the 1850s, the city has never seen a decade without population growth. From about 3,500 people at the close of the Civil War in 1865, the city’s population today exceeds 872,000.

    September 7-9, 2021

    $1,232 / guest (double occupancy) | $1,392 / guest (single occupancy)

    Limited to 30 guests. Be sure to sign up early to secure your spot!

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    Step Into the Garden

    Year-round, the Triangle region boasts nationally-acclaimed and world-renowned gardens that provide a delightful introduction to the rich botanical history of North Carolina. Join Visit NC Concierge for a half- or full-day experience at one of the following area gardens: J.C. Raulston Arboretum – a biodiverse living laboratory spanning ten and a half beautiful acres on the campus of North Carolina State University; North Carolina Botanical Garden – the premier university-affiliated conservation garden in the United States, located on the beautiful campus of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Sarah P. Duke Gardens – a living collection that promotes the vital connections between people and plants. Located in the heart of the Duke University campus, the Sarah P. Duke Gardens are known world-wide for horticultural excellence, environmental awareness, and sustainable practices. Full day tours include luncheon at Iris Cafe inside the North Carolina Museum of Art and time to explore the museum’s permanent collection and special exhibits, as well as its 164 acre Museum Park, the largest museum art park in the country. Cost: $109 - $189 per guest Join the Interest List

    Year-round, the Triangle region boasts nationally-acclaimed and world-renowned gardens that provide a delightful introduction to the rich botanical history of North Carolina. Join Visit NC Concierge for a half- or full-day experience at one of the following area gardens:

    J.C. Raulston Arboretum – a biodiverse living laboratory spanning ten and a half beautiful acres on the campus of North Carolina State University;

    North Carolina Botanical Garden – the premier university-affiliated conservation garden in the United States, located on the beautiful campus of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

    Sarah P. Duke Gardens – a living collection that promotes the vital connections between people and plants. Located in the heart of the Duke University campus, the Sarah P. Duke Gardens are known world-wide for horticultural excellence, environmental awareness, and sustainable practices.

    Full day tours include luncheon at Iris Cafe inside the North Carolina Museum of Art and time to explore the museum’s permanent collection and special exhibits, as well as its 164 acre Museum Park, the largest museum art park in the country.

    Cost: $109 – $189 per guest

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    Raleigh: Historic & Innovative

    Join us for a half day immersion experience into the history and dynamic entrepreneurial synergy that defines North Carolina’s capital city. A driving tour of the city’s core will provide the framework for our exploration of state sites, educational institutions, and a thriving innovative business community. Stops include the State Capitol, area colleges and universities, and one of downtown’s coworking spaces where the whole concept of “the office” is being redefined. This 4-hour tour around North Carolina’s Capital City will inspire and invigorate you, whetting your appetite for more! Cost: $94 per guest Join the Interest List

    Join us for a half day immersion experience into the history and dynamic entrepreneurial synergy that defines North Carolina’s capital city. A driving tour of the city’s core will provide the framework for our exploration of state sites, educational institutions, and a thriving innovative business community. Stops include the State Capitol, area colleges and universities, and one of downtown’s coworking spaces where the whole concept of “the office” is being redefined. This 4-hour tour around North Carolina’s Capital City will inspire and invigorate you, whetting your appetite for more!

    Cost: $94 per guest

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    The ‘Grande Dame’ of Blount Street

    Since the late 19th century, the North Carolina Governor’s Mansion has been one of the finest examples of Queen Ann Victorian architecture in the state. Known as “The Grande Dame of Blount Street,” the building’s construction incorporates native materials: bricks molded from Wake County red clay; oak and heart pine; sandstone and marble. Inside, more than 35,000 square feet of space house art, antique furnishings, and many beautiful architectural features. This half-day tour takes you to the Executive Mansion and includes a tour of its gardens (if available on your tour day), as well as a driving tour of the NCSU and Meredith College campuses, the NCSU School of Veterinary Medicine, and time permitting, a visit to one of downtown’s co-working spaces where the whole concept of “the office” is being redefined. Cost: $94 per guest Join the Interest List

    Since the late 19th century, the North Carolina Governor’s Mansion has been one of the finest examples of Queen Ann Victorian architecture in the state. Known as “The Grande Dame of Blount Street,” the building’s construction incorporates native materials: bricks molded from Wake County red clay; oak and heart pine; sandstone and marble. Inside, more than 35,000 square feet of space house art, antique furnishings, and many beautiful architectural features. This half-day tour takes you to the Executive Mansion and includes a tour of its gardens (if available on your tour day), as well as a driving tour of the NCSU and Meredith College campuses, the NCSU School of Veterinary Medicine, and time permitting, a visit to one of downtown’s co-working spaces where the whole concept of “the office” is being redefined.

    Cost: $94 per guest

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    North Carolina: A Royal Colony

    Travel east to New Bern, North Carolina’s colonial capital, and see “where American independence took root and the state of North Carolina was born.” Visit the North Carolina History Center; have lunch at Lawson’s Landing; and see the state’s royal colonial history come alive through costumed interpreters during a tour of Tryon Palace. Take time to visit the Tryon Palace gardens and additional historical buildings associated with the site before boarding our deluxe motorcoach for the return trip to Raleigh. Full Day Tour: 8:30 AM – 5:45 PM Cost: $234 per guest Join the Interest List

    Travel east to New Bern, North Carolina’s colonial capital, and see “where American independence took root and the state of North Carolina was born.” Visit the North Carolina History Center; have lunch at Lawson’s Landing; and see the state’s royal colonial history come alive through costumed interpreters during a tour of Tryon Palace. Take time to visit the Tryon Palace gardens and additional historical buildings associated with the site before boarding our deluxe motorcoach for the return trip to Raleigh.

    Full Day Tour: 8:30 AM – 5:45 PM

    Cost: $234 per guest

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  • Out of stock An Inner Banks Holiday

    An Inner Banks Holiday

    Join us for an immersive holiday experience along North Carolina’s Inner Banks. Stay at the historic River Forest Manor in Belhaven; experience serene beauty at Lake Mattamuskeet during the annual waterfowl migration; tour the Mattamuskeet Lodge; and feast on an authentic eastern NC oyster roast. These are just a few of the delightful experiences in store to enrich your holiday season. Spread across the rich ecosystem of the Albermarle-Pamlico peninsula, this journey will be one to remember. December 11-12, 2020 $1,000 / guest (double occupancy) | $1,100 / guest (single occupancy)

    Join us for an immersive holiday experience along North Carolina’s Inner Banks. Stay at the historic River Forest Manor in Belhaven; experience serene beauty at Lake Mattamuskeet during the annual waterfowl migration; tour the Mattamuskeet Lodge; and feast on an authentic eastern NC oyster roast. These are just a few of the delightful experiences in store to enrich your holiday season. Spread across the rich ecosystem of the Albermarle-Pamlico peninsula, this journey will be one to remember.

    December 11-12, 2020

    $1,000 / guest (double occupancy) | $1,100 / guest (single occupancy)

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  • Out of stock Crystal Coast Adventure

    Crystal Coast Adventure

    Join us for an unforgettable escape to the Crystal Coast, a North Carolina Gem! October 6-8, 2020 $1,079/ guest (double occupancy) | $1,279 / guest (single occupancy)

    Join us for an unforgettable escape to the Crystal Coast, a North Carolina Gem!

    October 6-8, 2020

    $1,079/ guest (double occupancy) | $1,279 / guest (single occupancy)

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  • Out of stock Raleigh: A Capital Christmas 2019

    Raleigh: A Capital Christmas 2019

    Celebrate the holiday season and explore Raleigh! December 13-15, 2019 $899 / guest (double occupancy) | $1,074 / guest (single occupancy)

    Celebrate the holiday season and explore Raleigh!

    December 13-15, 2019

    $899 / guest (double occupancy) | $1,074 / guest (single occupancy)

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  • Out of stock Christmas Raleigh-Style: Dinner & a Show

    Christmas Raleigh-Style: Dinner & A Show

    Thursday, December 12, 2019 Cost: $249 per guest Indicate the number of tickets and select "Purchase Tour" to complete your reservation.

    Thursday, December 12, 2019

    Cost: $249 per guest

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