Say YES to Michigan! From the excitement of world class cities, to quaint Victorian towns and lakeside communities, exhilarating outdoor adventure and historic sites, Michigan has so much to offer groups!
The Upper Peninsula changes colors in the fall as the hillsides and meadows are bathed in the grand finale of red, bronze, orange and gold. In Sault Ste. Marie you’ll find St. Mary’s River and the famous Soo Locks, the largest and busiest lock system in the world.
Take in the beautiful Tahquamenon Falls, the Upper Falls has a drop of nearly 50 feet and is one of the largest falls east of the Mississippi.
Mackinac Island truly is Michigan’s Crown Jewel. Step back to a more romantic time as you arrive by ferry boat to this resort island where no motor vehicles are allowed. Horses, carriages and bicycles abound as you are transported to a time long forgotten.
Further south, in Frankenmuth, enjoy this Bavarian themed village with its quaint shops, boutiques, year round Christmas store, riverboat cruise up the Cass River, great food and entertainment. There is always a festival happening here, from Oktoberfest to Lumberjack Competitions. And, remember your visit isn’t complete without Frankenmuth's famous all-you-can-eat chicken dinners.
Discover the New Detroit - from the invention of the automobile to the Motown sound – Detroit has crafted American culture. Tour the most visited historical attraction in North America - The Henry Ford and Greenfield Village, newly renovated in 2004.
In Traverse City and area, view the glacier sculpted landscape with its crystal clear lakes, golden beaches and steep sloping sand dunes. Whether its the small harbor towns with hidden byways; the world-class restaurants; the quaint shops and galleries; or opportunities for fun and relaxation in the great outdoors, Traverse City is where you want to be.
Don’t forget to include Holland, an American treasure with a Dutch landscape. Holland has the quaint charm of old Europe along with the excitement of a growing city bounding into the 21st century. Bearing a striking resemblance to its homeland in the Netherlands, Holland has become a world-class destination with more than 2.5 million visitors each year. The Tulip Festival every May is a must see for tour groups