Southern USA Tours
Tour America's famed musical cities of New Orleans, Memphis and Nashville and discover the culinary delights and southern hospitality of the Deep South. Enjoy a VIP visit to Graceland, get inside RCA Studio B and the Country Music hall of Fame in Nashville and get under the skin of the Big Easy with a local guide. Uncover the unique culture of the South on a guided tour.
Top Selling Southern USA Tours
8 Days New Orleans to Nashville
Operated By: Collette
13 Days New Orleans to Orlando
Operated By: Cosmos
10 Days Nashville to New Orleans
Operated By: Trafalgar
9 Days Nashville to New Orleans
Operated By: Luxury Gold
6 Days Santa Fe to Albuquerque
Operated By: Collette
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14 Days Chicago to New Orleans
Operated By: Luxury Gold
Must do experiences and highlights on a Southern USA tour
The King Center, Atlanta
Uncover civil rights history on a visit to the museum at The King Center and Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Martin Luther King, Jr. was once pastor.
An Insider’s Tour of New Orleans
Take in the sights and sounds of New Orleans with a local guide, explore the French Quarter and visit the city’s unique above ground cemetery.
Nashville’s Music Greats
Tour RCA Studio B, where artists such as Elvis, Dolly Parton and Charlie Pride recorded hits, then visit the Country Music Country Music Hall of Fame.
Enjoy a private tour of Graceland to get an insider view into the King's home and family life, followed by a special dinner hosted in the garden. A moving bucket list for Elvis fans.
Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta
Rise at dawn to witness the Mass Ascension. The biggest event of the fiesta, around 600 participating balloons launch in two waves, crowding the morning sky with a spectacle of colourful hot air balloons.
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What our clients are saying about their journeys through Southern USA
“Music and fun tour”
We enjoyed this tour, great hotels, fantastic tour director (Brenda Brooks) and a very safe driver (Patrick). All went very smoothly, no problems at all. Many thanks to Hannah at Global Journeys for always being prompt and helpful anytime we contacted her. We would certainly recommend Global Journeys to our friends. Thank you Hannah.
“Fabulous musical tour”
This tour was fabulous. From Nashville to New Orleans so much history, music and fun. We absolutely loved Nashville, if you are into country music may I suggest you arrive a few days before the tour starts as there is so much to see and do. We loved Memphis, Clarksdale and beautiful Greenwood. Visits to the plantations and museums were well organised and a lot of fun. Our tour director Brenda was very professional and organised and Patrick our driver was very tolerant and a gentleman. I highly ...read more recommend this trip. The only downside was our farewell dinner in New Orleans. Pokey little room with no windows. Very rushed and many people missed out on some of the meal. Not a good ending for an otherwise fabulous trip.
“Well organised holiday”
Great holiday. Hotels were very good quality although some were in suburbs and not in city centre. Good value for money with inclusions taking us to some very nice attractions. Good choice of optional extras. Repeat customer six times now and would recommend Cosmos and Global Journeys to family and friends.
“America's Music Cities”
My main reason for selecting this tour was to go to Graceland and everything else was a bonus. However, everything was great to see and visit. We had a mix of Americans, Canadians and Australians (including me). The best highlights for me (other than Graceland) were RCA Studio B where Elvis recorded most of his songs as did many others and going to the Grand Ole Opry at Ryman Auditorium. The only problem with the tour timetable was that day 2 had half a day and the night as free time and day 1 was ...read more busy from morning to late evening. It would have been more comfortable if dinner on day 1 was on day 2 to break the days up a bit. I also think that for another $40 or $50 the visit to Graceland could have included all of the exhibits rather than some and then being asked to pay for other displays. Staying at the Gaylord Opryland Resort was one of the most amazing experiences I have ever had. It is fantastic.