Lately, more people are choosing to skip the crowds, long lines and other hassles that plague airlines. “Remember when getting there was part of the fun?!” is their rallying cry. Local company Dan Dipert Tours has made it their business to serve these folks, offering stress-free road trips in safe, comfortable coaches.
They have perfected this level of service over many years. Dipert Travel & Transportation has been family owned and operated since 1972. The company is a member of the National Tour Association, the International Motorcoach Group, United Motorcoach Association as well as the Arlington, Dallas and Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureaus.
Not only is Dan Dipert based in Arlington, it is proud to support a number of worthy organizations in the North Texas area including Arlington ISD School Foundation, Mission Arlington, Salvation Army, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Arlinton and Junior League of Arlington.
In keeping with their “neighborly service,” Dan Dipert Tours offer multiple pick up/drop off points in the city. Here’s a peek at Dan Dipert Tours’ upcoming ventures that are sure to delight.
Mountain Holiday At Chateau On The Lake
Departs: Dec. 8 for 4 days, 3 nights
Cost Per Person: $999 double; $1,299 single
Notes: This Ozark Mountain getaway is all about fun, entertainment and unpretentious luxury. Your destination is Chateau on the Lake Resort, perched atop a beautiful Ozark mountaintop overlooking the pristine waters of Table Rock Lake. Four great shows are included in this package, including a Christmas light tour.
New Year’s In Nashville – Gold Star Tour
Departs: Dec. 30 for 5 days, 4 nights
Cost Per Person: $1,299 double; $1,669 single
Notes: Usher in the New Year with an unforgettable visit to “Music City.” Your first stop is an overnight sojourn in Memphis, the “Home of the Blues.”
On day two, travelers arrive at the majestic Gaylord Opryland Hotel, which has been turned into a land of enchantment, with two million twinkling lights and acres of larger-than- life decorations.
Of course, no trip to Nashville would be complete without seeing the Grand Ole Opry, and you’re in for a treat, as the holiday edition is held at the legendary Ryman Auditorium. After the Opry, you’ll have the opportunity to ring in the New Year on your own or with your newfound friends at the hotel or one of the many nearby festivities.
The next day, travelers can explore the Gaylord’s “ICE” Exhibit and take in the beauty of the hotel at their leisure before an evening of dining and entertainment.
Day four of this whirlwind tour is back in Memphis and capped by a visit to Elvis Presley’s Graceland estate. After that is a quick stop by the Peabody Hotel to watch the famous March of the Ducks.
Are you ready to hit the road this holiday season? You can learn more about the tours at dandiperttours.com/tour- schedule.php.Or give the Dan Dipert team a call: (800) 433-5335. You can also keep in touch with the company via Facebook and Twitter. Dan Dipert will announce tours for 2017 very soon.