JUNE 24-26, 2014

Enjoy the beauty of the sun, sand, and sea in the exciting Outer Banks of North Carolina.  Visit  the Wright Brothers National Memorial, and see The Lost Colony, the story that remains a mystery to this day.  See Cape Hatteras Lighthouse.   Lodging is  at the oceanfront Comfort Inn in Nags Head  with time to enjoy the sand and surf just outside our   hotel.  It’s a great day along North Carolina’s coast filled with legends, lights and lore...join us for this special time!

Tour #14014

Price per person:

Twin/Double $529
Single $779
Optional Trip Cancellation/Interuption Insurance $41 per person

Boarding Points, Shenandoah Tours

Day 1 * Tuesday * June 24
All aboard!  Today’s travel takes us to North Carolina’s Outer Banks, a chain of barrier islands lying between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pamlico Sound. Our afternoon arrival allows time to visit the Wright Brothers National Memorial.  It was here in 1903 that the Wright Brothers changed the world forever as their powered airplane skimmed over the sands of the Outer Banks.  Afterwards we arrive at our oceanfront inn for a two night stay.  Spend a free evening enjoying the amenities of our hotel, beachcombing, and relaxing on the beach.
Day 2 * Wednesday * June 25
Following a continental breakfast at our hotel, we’re off for a day of exploring the Outer Banks.  Visit Jockey’s Ridge State Park and see the East Coast’s tallest sand dune.  Afterwards visit Roanoke Island Festival Park and see the Elizabeth II, a replica of the ship on which the colonists sailed from England.  Following an included dinner settle back under the stars and enjoy  The Lost Colony, celebrating its 75th Anniversary.  History unfolds before our eyes on the shores where it all began over 400 years ago.  The colonists vanished, but where did they go?  This 400-year-old mystery remains.  Return to our Inn for a restful night.  (CB,D)
Day 3 * Thursday * June 26
This morning we head south to see the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, with its black and white diagonal bands.  The tallest brick lighthouse in the United States, it began operating in 1870, replacing the previous lighthouse that had been in use since 1803.  All too soon it’s time to begin our journey home.  We’ll bring back fond memories of the legends, lights and lore that make North Carolina’s Outer Banks so unique.  (CB)
Deposit:  $50.00 Per Person
Final Payment is due on or before May 23, 2014
• Transportation via climate controlled,
   lavatory equipped motorcoach
• Luggage handling one bag per person
• Services of a Shenandoah Tours Escort
• Accident insurance
• Overnight Accommodations
• Attractions: as outlined
• Meals:   2 continental breakfasts
               1 dinner
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