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Book a Charter Bus: Destination Marquette

Posted by Chad Cushman

Dec 13, 2018 8:29:00 AM

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a place of wilderness and wonder in every season. It offers Lake Superior — the largest freshwater body on the planet that is larger than Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Delaware combined — and Mt. Arvon, in the Huron Mountains, the state’s highest point at 1,979 feet. Our beloved UP is our last bastion of untouched natural beauty, with lakes, streams, waterfalls, and scenic rocks and overlooks that take your breath away.

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Topics: Michigan Breweries, Michigan Tourism, charter bus, Marquette

Book a Charter Bus: Destination Lansing

Posted by Chad Cushman

Dec 6, 2018 8:30:00 AM

When you’re thinking of new destinations for your group, family or club, consider everything that Lansing has to offer all year long for people of every age.

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Topics: Michigan Tourism, Field Trips, Lansing, charter bus

Charter a Bus to Ski Free Weekend

Posted by Chad Cushman

Nov 13, 2018 8:01:56 AM

It isn’t often you can get something for nothing, but on the weekend of Dec. 14-16, at Treetops Resort in Gaylord, you can ski for free — or learn if you’re a newbie. It’s how they welcome winter in Michigan’s great north and it’s an excellent pre-Christmas destination for friends, family, clubs and other groups to enjoy.

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Topics: Brewery Tours Michigan, Michigan Tourism, Up North

3 Great Fall Color Tour Destinations

Posted by Chad Cushman

Aug 28, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Even though autumn means the end of consistent sun and warmth in Michigan, at least we have the changing leaves and their breathtaking vistas of color to enjoy as we say so long to summer. In fact, Michigan is routinely one of the most-ranked states for “best-of” color tours by such sources as Fodor’s Travel, USA Today, and others. To help you choose the perfect path for your fall color tour charter, here are three exceptional areas in the state for fall color and more.

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Topics: Michigan Tourism, Michigan Travel Ideas, Pure Michigan

It’s Fall! Time for a Hard Cider Tour

Posted by Chad Cushman

Aug 24, 2018 8:38:00 AM

You’ve heard the adage, “What’s old is new again,” referring to trends like bell bottoms and skinny jeans, but what about beverages? Right now, we’re experiencing a veritable explosion in craft beer production and Michigan’s wines have been earning awards for decades. But there’s one libation that’s becoming a real fall favorite: hard cider.

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Topics: Brewery Tours Michigan, charter bus, Michigan Tourism

Discover the Secrets of Michigan’s Great Lakes Bay

Posted by Chad Cushman

Aug 14, 2018 11:39:59 AM

Lake Michigan has long drawn millions of visitors every year to its gorgeous sandy beaches, towering sand dunes, wonderful towns and villages, and of course the lake the Ojibwa Indian’s called “mishigami.”

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Topics: Michigan Tourism, Michigan Travel Ideas, summer bus trips

Book a Bus: Absolutely Amazing ArtPrize

Posted by Chad Cushman

Jul 17, 2018 11:35:18 AM

Imagine your group on mini-vacation to an art extravaganza featuring more than 1,300 artists from nearly every U.S. state and 47 other countries, with art exhibitions at more than 175 places in one city: Grand Rapids, Michigan. And there’s no entry fee.

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Topics: Michigan Tourism, Grand Rapids, bus rentals

Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk and Other Fun After-Labor-Day Things to Do

Posted by Chad Cushman

Jul 10, 2018 8:10:00 AM

Summer trips in the Great Lakes region can be incredible, but the fun doesn’t stop at Labor Day. If your group is looking for fun on and after the holiday, why not begin at the 61st Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk? After that there’s plenty more to do and see in the area!

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Topics: Michigan Tourism, Michigan Travel Ideas, Mackinac Island

A Brief History of Charter Bus Travel

Posted by Chad Cushman

Jun 22, 2018 9:10:00 AM

The history of charter bus travel probably goes back centuries, depending upon one’s interpretation of the word “bus.” Essentially any vehicle that could transport groups over the land might be considered a bus, but the first “modern” interpretation would probably be the “charabanc.”

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Topics: charter bus trips, Michigan Tourism, michigan flyer

Book a Bus: Celebrate Sault Ste. Marie’s 350th Anniversary

Posted by Chad Cushman

Jun 19, 2018 8:44:00 AM

Imagine what it was like in the upper peninsula in 1668, the year Sault Ste. Marie was founded by French Jesuit missionary Jacques Marquette on the south bank of the St. Marys River. The river was turbulent with rapids and was originally named Baawitigong or “place of the rapids” by the indigenous Ojibwa. The only connection between Lake Superior and Lake Huron, the river dropped 21 feet in a tumultuous waterfall that made uninterrupted travel by water impossible. It was wilderness then and served as a meeting place for the Ojibwa tribe who came together during whitefish season. In 1668, it became the first “city” in the entire Great Lakes region and “the place where Michigan was born.”

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Topics: Michigan events, Michigan Tourism, charter bus trips

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