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Ultimate Deep South

Great Smokies, Nashville, Memphis, Natchez, New Orleans, Pensacola Beach, Savannah, Charleston & Atlanta

The Deep South has an atmosphere all of its own, and on this 21 day tour you’ll soak it all up. Colonial architecture, some of America’s best beaches and the nations most visited National Park.


Ultimate Deep South 21 days

Remember, any and all of our pre packaged road trips can be altered to meet your exact needs and wants. Do you have more or less than 21 days for your road trip? No problem, we can bolt on extra nights to allow more time to explore or shorten the number of destinations as required. Just let us know when requesting your quote.

All of Dixie's must see places and roads


Stone Mountain Park

Day 1

Welcome to the Deep South

Collect your car at the airport and head northeast before resting up for the night at Stone Mountain on the northeastern edge of ATL. Tomorrow, you’ll start your Road Trip with a cruise along the southern section of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Lucky you - this is a simply awesome way to start any road trip.

  • Key location: Atlanta
  • Stone Mountain, GA
  • 30 Miles

Blue Ridge Views

Day 2

Onto to Asheville on the Blue Ridge Parkway

Our route will guide you to the southern entrance of the epic Blue Ridge Parkway. Cruise up this most scenic of roads to the food obsessed town of Asheville. This town of less than 100,000 people has 17 farmers’ markets, and the local restaurant scene is all about taking advantage of the seasonal produce sold there. Don’t miss the microbreweries found here either, it would be rude to not try a few different tipples.

  • Key location: Blue Ridge Pkwy
  • Asheville
  • 248 Miles

The Biltmore Estate

Day 3

Discover why Asheville is one of the best places to live in the USA

A full day to explore the grandeur of the Biltmore Estate and sample the fabulous food and drink that is produced here.

  • Key location: Asheville
  • Asheville

Autumn in the Smokies

Day 4

America’s most visited National Park - Great Smoky Mountains NP

Ridge upon ridge of forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture. Awesome any time of year, but in the autumn the Smoky Mountains put on an awesome show of colour for hikers and driving enthusiasts.

  • Key location: GSM NP
  • Townsend, TN
  • 138 Miles

Rustic charm in GSM

Day 5

Explore Great Smoky National Park

A full day in the Smokies to explore the National Park in more detail. Should you fancy a park with a different feel, then consider checking out nearby Dollywood instead. Either way, another fabulous day of fun and adventure awaits.

  • Key location: GSM NP
  • Townsend, TN

Capital of Country

Day 6

Drive to Nashville, Tennessee

Over to “Music City” this morning. The home of Country Music and proud of it. The city boasts about its music heritage at every opportunity, including the newly built Country Music Hall of Fame. However, it's not all about Country - there is a rich blues history here also and singer songwriters from every genre of music enjoy playing the bars in this town.

  • Key location: Nashville
  • Nashville
  • 210 Miles

Pantheon in Nashville

Day 7

Full day exploring thriving Nashville

After recovering from the night before, be sure to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, The Pantheon and The Grand Ole Opry. Nashville offers so many attractions and so much musical history, your road trip pack will help you prioritise your time in lively Music City.

  • Key location: Nashville
  • Nashville

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