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Itinerary (3 days/2 nights)

  • Two Nights’ Hotel Accommodations
  • Full Breakfast Buffet at the hotel two mornings
  • Sweet Magnolia Step-on Tour Guide for all days
  • Racoon Mountain Wild Cave Tour
    Wild Cave Expeditions are the famous “get muddy” tours which visit the deeper, undeveloped sections of the cave. These tours require participants to wear gloves, pads, lights, and helmets — all of which are provided for your use. Please note: wild cave tours require physical exertion including crawling, pulling and pushing yourself forward using arms and legs, a 15′ rope climb and, on the longer tours, extensive crawling. We offer 5 different tours ranging from 2 hours to 4.5 hours and varying in length and difficulty. Varying restrictions on height, age, size, and experience apply to all tours.
  • Dinner Cruise on Southern Belle Riverboat
    This two-hour cruise includes live music, Pilot House tours and one time through buffet-style dinner featuring roast beef, roast chicken, baby red potatoes, mixed vegetables, salad, yeast roll, dessert, sweet tea and coffee.
  • Whitewater Rafting on the Ocoee River
    Are you ready to have some fun on America’s most famous stretch of continuous Class III & IV whitewater rapids? The Middle Ocoee River is a 5-mile stretch of whitewater that takes you through rapids such as Grumpy’s, Broken Nose, Diamond Splitter, and Table Saw.
  • Lunch in Cleveland, TN at Jenkins Restaurant
  • After a thrilling morning of whitewater rafting, enjoy some free time exploring Downtown Chattanooga.
  • Dinner at Bea’s Restaurant
    Bea’s features all-you-can-eat authentic Southern cooking served on Lazy Susan tables. Enjoy their southern fried chicken, BBQ pork and delicious vegetables.
  • Chattanooga Ghost Tour
    Hear tales of spirits which dwell in Chattanooga’s haunted locations! Enjoy a walking haunted history tour to the very sites where documented accounts of ghostly appearances have taken place. Your tour will conclude with an INSIDE visit to the town’s most haunted hotel.
  • Ruby Falls & Ruby Falls ZIPStream Aerial Adventure Course
    In 1928, Leo Lambert and a team of excavators found a breathtaking waterfall located over 1,120 feet below the surface of Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, TN. Lambert named the falls after his wife, Ruby, and opened the area as a public attraction in 1930. Come tour the falls for yourself and see why it has been one of the best Chattanooga attractions for over 85 years.
    After your tour of the falls, enjoy Ruby Falls ZIPStream Aerial Adventure Course. This challenge is made up of suspended obstacle courses built in the trees that include ladders, nets, walkways, bridges, tunnels and zip lines! The ZIPstream course gets the adrenaline pumping and allows people to step out of their comfort zone and experience things they never believed they could do. And it’s great fun!

Following are per person package rates, including all taxes and fees.

  • Adult double occupancy starts at $363.00
  • Student double occupancy starts at $317.00

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