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Colorado's Historic Trains
August 5-13, 2022
Follow the historic routes of the Old West with excursions on six different incredibly scenic railroads, including tours of three breathtaking national parks.
The world's most dramatic rides...
Our adventure begins and ends in the Mile High City of Denver. We'll spend our days on historic, restored railroads exploring the grandeur of the Colorado Rockies.
Travel along the Arkansas River Valley aboard the Leadville Colorado & Southern Railroad. Climb aboard the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, voted one of the “Top Ten Most Exciting Rail Journeys in the World.”
Ride through the Rockies aboard the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad. Ride the Royal Gorge Route Railroad across the world famous Hanging Bridge. Relive the gold mining days aboard the Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad. Climb almost 7,500 feet on the Pikes Peak Cog Railway.
Visit beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park, a living showcase of the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains. Tour Mesa Verde National Park with its amazing cliff dwellings, home to “the Ancient Ones,” the Anasazi Indians.
Visit the Black Canyon of Gunnison National Park. Drive through Garden of the Gods Park with its unique red sandstone formation.
Travel between rail trips via motor coach and stay each night at a comfortable hotel. All aboard.
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Watch this video from Mayflower Tours of Colorado's Historic Railroads tour.
Republic of Georgia
Our planned 2020 trip to the Republic of Georgia was postponed due to the virus. Watch for new dates once travel restrictions in the country are lifted.
The crossroads of Europe and Asia...
"The Republic of Georgia captures the attention of those with a spirit of adventure and a thirst for discovery. Come visit us and we promise that you will return home with unforgettable memories!"
Georgia, located on the crossroads of Europe and Asia, is a unique blend of cultures and traditions. The country offers an amazing variety of heritage, religions and fascinating landscapes from snowy peaks of the Caucasus Mountain range to the fertile lowlands; semi-deserts to wetlands and subtropics.
Officially recognized as the birthplace of winemaking, Georgia keeps producing great variety of wines in its unique and ancient way: fermenting the grapes in clay jars buried in the ground. This culture is vibrant and visitors are often treated with improvised concerts and shows anywhere they are in Georgia because, and as the saying goes, “Every Georgian is a singer and dancer.”
But perhaps no other part of Georgian culture reflects the nature of its people as the cuisine and feasting habits associated with it – a diversity of tasty dishes from various parts of the country that have been influenced by many cultures that passed through.
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Learn about the Republic of Georgia with this fun YouTube video.
All trips must be booked through GoTravel. You may also email Bob Cook at (407) 774-7730 for more information on all land tours. You may also email Georgia trip host Bill Hooson for specifics on that trip.