The Tours – 1300 76 0806
Route 66 Tours – Phone 1300 760806
|Please note that our tour prices are land only – they do not include airfares. As fully licensed travel agents we can offer the best airfares on the market.From $6,995 per person twin share as a “passenger” in the Luxury Van (Land Only)From $7,995 per person twin share in a car* (Land Only)
Click here for info & prices for touring on a Bike
All tours give you the option of driving a car or riding a bike
For info on each tour click on the following links
**Price correct at 23 Oct 2014 and is subject to change.
Conditions apply & space is limited.
Itinerary & inclusions are subject to change as required.
2014 Inclusions for $7,995 per person twin share
Experienced Route 66 Travel Guide at your service
Walking tour of an Historic Indian Village
Non Refundable Deposit of AUD $1000 per person required at time of booking
Note that the “VAN” option includes the same as the self drive option less the car hire.
* Self Drive Car hire – A One Way fee is included in the price mentioned but will be taken off your invoice after the deposit is paid, as you must pay this fee direct to hire car company with your credit card.
*We reserve, pay for, and desire to confirm the vehicles of choice for our tours, but can’t be held responsible for issues with supply that fall outside of our control. If our primary vehicles are not available, you will be furnished with similar.
What is not included……
Travel Insurance is required to participate but is not included in the price.
Fuel for the vehicle you use is not included (Allow $500 for Cars less for bikes)
The GPS Systems, UHF Radios and Mobile Phones remain the property of Route 66 Tours.
Note – The cost of food & drinks will vary person to person as will the amount of fuel used
Each is a trip of a lifetime, come and see the real America and recapture some of the golden age of the Road Trip Vacation.
Contact us now as spaces are limited on all tours. 1300 76 0806
Cruise the Mother Road and Get your Kicks on 66, The Main Street of America.
To go on this Route 66 drive is an experience that will live with you forever.
This is one for the Bucket List so why not book yourself on a tour and tick this one off.
Find Yourself Trail Blazing Historic Route 66 – The legendary highway that stretches almost 2400 miles from Chicago to LA takes the driver across 8 states via some amazing and diverse scenery. Originally made up by Native American trails it became Covered Wagon trails and then was used as the route for the steam powered steel horse and finally the road for the automobile.
From humble beginnings in 1926 to its final decommissioning in 1985 this concrete and asphalt ribbon became a vital arterial for a growing nation. The depression years saw hundreds of thousands flee the dust bowl of central USA toward the hopes and dreams of California. It became known as the “Mother Road” when John Steinbeck wrote of it in Grapes of Wrath and then later in the heady post war years it truly was “The Main Street of America” as it past right down the main streets of the many towns it passed through.
Written into many popular songs and celebrated on TV shows and in the Movies this historical highway has become widely known of. Now this wonderful relic of a bygone era is in places totally extinct with the asphalt torn up and cattle grazing where families once journeyed. In many other places locals have banded together to preserve Route 66 and what it has become to mean, so those of us can enjoy it today.
This now rarely used road takes those that seek it out on a pleasant tour of yesterday with its quiet meandering ways through ghost towns and small centers where Mom & Pop businesses struggle to scratch out a living. Long banished to the Interstate Highway is the heavy traffic that once plied its way to and fro along this fabled road.
Stories abound at every turn with the people that made their living along the road as they remember the days it hummed with life and love. The romance of the road and of the road trip calls, so come get your kicks and allow us to guide you down one of the great memory lanes and introduce you to this most famous of roads. Route 66