A few reviews from some of our happy groups
Thank you so much for putting together such a wonderful tour of NW Arkansas for our bank club. We always give out a paper for them to put down their thoughts and favorite stops on the trip. The response was all positive.
We have a couple or two that I usually expect to list something they didn’t like but even those only had good things to say. You need to pass the word on that Simple Pleasures was the stop that was the favorite although the Passion Play and, surprising to me, the Murray Dinner Theatre rated highly as well. We heard lots of “best trip ever” expression also---so you delivered a great experience for our club and made our bank look so good.
Your knowledge and sharing of the history of the area was appreciated, especially by the many teachers in our group.
I certainly appreciate all you did to accommodate us and hope the trip was beneficial for you as well.
Catherine Y Ross
Public Relations Coordinator
Clifton, TN 38425
I’ve never had a more proficient and competent step-on guide than you on your day with us Oct. 27, 2016. Everyone so enjoyed your commentary and learning so much about northern Arkansas.
You sprinkled humor appropriately and the entire day was delightful although long. I know you were exhausted when you returned to Eureka Springs – so sorry you had to turn around and go right back. Thank you so much for doing such a professional job and staying with us throughout the day.
Best wishes for your every success as you continue providing travelers with such a fine dialogue of the areas you serve – super job.
Jo Anne Welch, Avanti Travel
Branson, Missouri, known as "The Live entertainment capital of the world" is located just an hour north of Eureka Springs. We have been helping tour groups plan their Branson tours for 25 years and we're here to help you next! A local tour of Branson is something we highly recommend too!
Eureka Springs is also known as America's Victorian Village, as well as Little Switzerland of America. Both are indicative of the architectural beauty and natural landscape of this little town of 2,000 people, tucked away in the Ozarks. A tram tour of the city is the one of the first things you need to do.