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Rhythm of the South
Rhythm of the South
Other departure: Manchester - £1649, Birmingham - £1649, Bristol - £1749, Norwich - £1749, Newcastle - £1749, Edinburgh - £1749, Glasgow - £1749, Cardiff - 1699

Motorhome itinerary:

Day 1: After picking up your motorhome, it’s an easy 21/2 hour Interstate drive into Alabama for your first night in the State Capital, Montgomery.

Day 2: Heading for New Orleans but you need a break. Mobile, Alabama, seems like a good place and the Shady Acres Campground will offer a warm welcome.

Day 3: Heading for the historic, gracious and unique city of New Orleans: the birthplace of jazz. You can walk from The French Quarter RV Park into the heart of New Orleans. Though the RV Park looks a little like a car park, it has full hookups and the Clubhouse is very ‘New Orleans’ with great facilities. The wonderful restaurants, the world famous music and nightlife for everyone might make you extend your stay here.

Day 4: North now into Elvis country. It’s a long ride to ‘Elvis Town’ so we are breaking the journey just north of Jackson, Mississippi – another State Capital and staying at Timberlake Campground.

Day 5: Leave the freeway traffic and take the very scenic Natchez Trace bound for Tupelo, Elvis Presley’s birthplace and home town until the age of thirteen. After a stop to visit, your campsite is at Barnes Crossing, just minutes north of the town.

Day 6: A couple of hours driving through the Holly Springs National Forest to Memphis. Where better to stay than within walking distance of Graceland, Elvis Presley’s home. The MemphisGraceland RV Park & Campground is located on 19 acres just off Elvis Presley Boulevard behind Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel.

Day 7: To the home of Country Music and the city that saw Dolly Parton and a host of other great singers become international stars. Just north of Nashville is Goodlettsville and the Nashville Country RV Park and they organise tours through Grayline to major attractions such as the

Day 8: Just over two hours to our last stop of this trip near Chattanooga. Raccoon Mountain RV Park & Campground is the closest campground to the area’s major attractions: Tennessee Aquarium, Lookout Mountain, Southern Belle Riverboat, IMAX Theatre, and downtown Chattanooga. Adjacent is Raccoon Mountain Caverns with 51/2 miles of cave systems to explore.

Day 9: Just over 2 hours/130 miles to drive to drop off your motorhome back at Cruise America in Atlanta.

Offer Includes

  • Flights from London with KLM
  • Airport taxes
  • Statutory Liability Coverage
  • Supplemental Liability Insurance up to $1,000,000 USD
  • Primary Coverage up to $1,000,000 CDN
  • VIP Coverage ($1,000 deductible per incident)
  • 1500 miles
  • Personal kit
  • Vehicle Kit
  • Tax

Meal Plans

  • Self Catering