Q. How do I make a reservation?
There are three ways to reserve a tour.
Q. Who travels with Presley Tours
The people you travel with can make a tremendous difference in the enjoyment of your vacation. On a Presley Tour, whether it’s your first tour or your 15th, you’ll meet new people that are warm and friendly, many who share similar interests. You’ll enjoy the congenial atmosphere of a small group and the ease at which you meet new friends. What starts as a diverse group of individuals quickly becomes a family.
Q. What if I am traveling alone?
Most of our tours include individuals traveling alone. Our tour directors will make every effort to ensure that our single passengers feel comfortable and quickly become part of the group. For those who desire a savings from the cost of single accommodations, we offer our guaranteed share program. In most cases, even if we can’t find a roommate, you’ll only pay the cost of a shared room.
Q. What is included and not included in the price of a tour?
Q. Does Presley Tours have travel tips for my journey?
Passengers on coach tours rotate seats once a day to give everyone an opportunity to sit in front and to meet new people across the aisle. Passengers who do not wish to rotate may sit in the back of the coach.
Limited to one large bag per person, plus a small overnight bag small enough to fit under the seat or on the overhead rack of the coach or airplane. We take care of your large piece of luggage for you. The small overnight bag is your responsibility. Although every effort is made to handle your baggage carefully, we cannot be responsible for lost, stolen or damaged articles, including luggage.
It is advisable to have a supply with you to last the duration of the trip. This is particularly true when going out of the country and to Alaska.
An optional low-cost accident, sickness, baggage and trip cancellation insurance plan is available to tour participants at the time of booking. We highly recommend such coverage for your protection.
We request that there be no smoking while on the motor coach. However, frequent rest stops are made for your convenience.