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61 Day Ultimate Alaska
Start Date Jul 07, 2026
End Date Sep 05, 2026
9 Other Dates
 

Starts: Liberty Lake, WA Ends: Prince George, BC

Experience the ultimate adventure with our Ultimate Alaska RV tour. Explore breathtaking scenic areas and immerse yourself in the excitement of the Calgary Stampede Rodeo. Indulge in fishing and wildlife viewing as you delve into this vast playground, creating memories that will last a lifetime. Don't miss out on this bucket list journey!
  • 60 Camping Nights
  • 87 Events & Meals
  • Highlights & Map
  • Daily Itinerary
  • Price & What's Included
  • Activity Level
  • Trip Extensions
  • Customer Reviews
  • Travel Insurance
  • FAQs

Highlights & Map

  • 60 Camping Nights
  • 87 Events & Meals

Highlights


Calgary Stampede with Reserved Seating

Breakfast at Top of Calgary Sky Tower

Canadian Rockies: Banff Tour & Columbia Icefields via Snowcoach

Denali National Park Guided Tour

Glacier and Wildlife Boat Cruises

Bear Viewing in Hyder

Yukon White Pass Railroad Train Trip

Muktuk Sled Dog Experience

Camp on Kenai Peninsula and the Homer Spit

Soak in Natural Hot Springs

Athabascan Indian Village

Regional Meals and Local Entertainment

Major City Tours: Fairbanks, Dawson City & Juneau

Top of the World Highway

Current Milepost Book – Alaska's Best Travel Guide

Parks Canada Pass – Provincial/National Parks




Tour Map

  • 5785 Driving Miles
  • 199 Avg Miles Per Travel Day

Daily Itinerary

  • 5785 Driving Miles
  • 199 Avg Miles Per Travel Day
 

  • Orientation & Get Acquainted Social – meet your Ambassadors and fellow guests
  • Welcome Dinner
  • Winery Tour and Tasting

  • Ft Steele Heritage Town Park,a sprawling heritage village and living history museum. Designated as a historic site in 1967

  • Honorary Calgarian Ceremony – learn the history of the Calgary Stampede and take part in a unique ceremony to become an honorary Calgarian
  • Breakfast atop Calgary Tower – a revolving restaurant that offers 360-degree views of Calgary and the Canadian Rocky Mountains
  • Rangeland Derby Chuckwagon Races – the world’s premier Chuckwagon event is the most popular and exciting event at the Stampede!
  • Free Time to Explore Downtown Calgary – visit Prince’s Island Park, Stephen Avenue Walk, the Bow Building, Famous 5 Statue and the Wonderland Sculpture
  • Calgary Stampede w/ Reserved Seating – watch the best in barrel racing, bull riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, saddle bronc, bareback & more!
  • Stampede Grounds – enjoy delicious food booths, western shopping, midway carnival rides, games & more!

  • Canadian Rockies Private Motorcoach Tour with Guide: Includes Johnston Canyon, Yoho Nat'l Park, Spiral Tracks, Takkakaw Falls, Natural Bridge
  • Lake Louise Ski Area Lunch

  • EN-ROUTE - Columbia Icefields via Snowcoach--is the largest ice field in the Rocky Mountains.
  • EN-ROUTE OPTIONAL - Athabasca Falls- is known for its force due to the large quantity of water falling into the gorge.
  • OPTIONAL-Explore Jasper--Jasper Sky Tram, Whitewater Rafting, Maligne Canyon, Beaver Boardwalk, and Northern Rockies Museum

  • Alaska Highway Presentation & Certificate--A short presentation about Dawson Creek
  • Mile '0' Group Photo

  • OPTIONAL-Fort Nelson Heritage Museum-The theme of our museum is "Transportation"

  • Soak in Laird Hot Springs--the second largest hot springs in Canada,the temperatures of the pool varies from 108 to 126 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Campground Cookout – food, fun and friends!

  • Visit the famous Sign Post Forest - Hang a Sign!
  • OPTIONAL -Northern Lights Show- the Northern Lights Centre boasts state-of-the-art panoramic video and surround-sound systems.

  • Whitehorse Bus Tour: Fish Ladder, Downtown Whitehorse
  • Guided SS Klondike Tour-- was the largest of the fleet.
  • Tour MukTuk Sled Dog Kennel with Taste of Yukon Lunch

  • Travel the Klondike-- Loop which is famous for following the trail taken by gold prospectors during the Klondike Gold Rush through the Yukon and Alaska.
  • Dawson City Walking Tour --Narration of the Gold Rush History in town
  • Diamond Tooth Gertie's Gambling Hall & Can-Can Show-- world famous non-profit gambling hall is named after bonafide dance hall queen Diamond Tooth Gertie
  • Visit the Midnight Dome-It is called the Midnight Dome because for decades people have gathered on the top of the hill to watch the midnight sun and the changing colors of the night sky.

  • Ferry Across the Yukon River & Travel the ‘Top of the World Highway
  • Gold Panning /Dredge Tour
  • Welcome to Alaska Social
  • Alaska Dessert Social


  • Pioneer Village Alaska Salmon Bake
  • Palace Theater Show-“The Number One Show Throughout Alaska and Canada”
  • Sternwheeler Riverboat Cruise: Includes Athabasca Village, Susan Butcher Sled Dog Center, Float Plane Demonstration
  • Local Lunch
  • University of Alaska Museum-The museum's exhibits are the best introduction to Alaska’s diverse wildlife, people, and landscapes.
  • OPTIONAL - Arctic Circle Excursion, Fairbanks Ice Museum, North Pole Santa Claus House, Chena Hot Springs Resort
  • Gold Dredge #8 Tour: Includes Tanana Valley Railroad, panning for Gold and visiting the Trans-Alyeska pipeline

  • Private Transportation
  • Cabin Night Dinner Theater-the popular dinner theater performed in an authentic, log cabin
  • OPTIONAL - Whitewater Rafting, ATV, Helicopter Ride
  • Private Transportation
  • Denali National Park Tundra Wilderness Guided Bus Tour with snack - History, beautiful landscape, Wildflowers & Wildlife Mt. Denali photo op (when visible)

  • Alaska Native Heritage Center- shares the heritage of Alaska's 11 major cultural groups

  • 5 hour Resurrection Bay Tour with lunch-You'll pass by glaciers and natural areas full of wildlife
  • Alaska Sea Life Center & Puffin Experience--Meet our puffins and other resident bird species
  • OPTIONAL - Explore Exit Glacier and Seward Harbor Area ,Book a Charter Fishing Excursion,Helicopter Rides, and Dog-sledding

  • OPTIONAL in Kenai Peninsula--Fishing, Farm Tour, Russian Orthodox Church, Brewery or Wine Tour
  • Local Dinner

  • Explore Homer and Camp on the Homer Spit
  • Campground Cookout on the Spit
  • OPTIONAL - Halibut Charter Fishing, Seldovia Artist Community, Bear Adventures by Air, Salmon Fishing at Campsite and Bear Creek Winery
  • OPTIONAL -Kilcher Farm-history of the homestead, the "reality behind the reality" of the Alaska: the Last Frontier show,

  • Campground Cookout
  • Musk OX Farm Guided Tour-a close up experience of these magnificent animals
  • OPTIONAL - Palmer Visitor Center & Museum, Reindeer Farm, New Deal Resettlement Homesteads, Independence Mine, Hatcher Pass

  • OPTIONAL - Salmon Charter Fishing, Solomon Gulch Hatchery, Columbia Glacier, and Valdez Museum
  • Prince William Sound Boat Tour: Includes a bagel, and Lunch Sea Life and Whale Watching, and Columbia or Mears Glaciers

  • Explore the Athabascan Villages Trade Center


  • Juneau Capitol City Excursion: Wildlife Cruise, Whale Watching, Eldred Rock Lighthouse, Boat Trip to Juneau with breakfast and afternoon chowder
  • Visit the Mendenhall Glacier-The ice extends about 150 - 250 feet under the water ◼ The glacier is about 12 miles (19 km) long
  • Private Transportation
  • Haines Skagway Fast Ferry
  • White Pass/Yukon Railroad Train Excursion--The fully narrated tour passes through two tunnels, over sky-high trestles and cascading waterfalls.

  • Explore the Capital of the Yukon

  • Overnight stop with Mountain Scenery
  • Local Dinner & Living History Presentation

  • EN-ROUTE OPTION - Jade City-- The region around Jade City is rich with serpentinite (a jade precursor), greenstone (jade look-a-likes), and Nephrite jade. The region is home to 92% of the world's nephrite jade
  • Campground Cookout – food, fun and friends!

  • Bear Viewing in Hyder at Fish Creek [2 days]
  • OPTIONAL - Self Drive to Salmon Glacier, Fishing, Stewart Museum, Toastworks Museum, and Estuary Boardwalk


  • Farewell Dinner
  • Goodbye Continental Breakfast – grab some food and coffee before we part ways



Price & What's Included

Price Includes

 

 
  • All Items Listed in Itinerary
  • 60 Nights of Camping Fees
  • 87 Events & Meals
  • Professionally Planned Route & Itinerary
  • Guaranteed Campground Reservations
  • Expert Guides – WagonMasters & TailGunners*
  • Printed Trip Log with Turn-by-Turn Directions
  • Transportation to/from Most Included Activities
  • Parks Canada Pass for Provincial/National Parks
  • Current Milepost Book – Alaska's Best Travel Guide
  • Gratuities for Included Meals & Excursions

Pricing & Payment Options

Pay by check and receive a deep discount, or choose our 0% interest, affordable monthly payment plan!

$17,995

  • 60 Camping Nights
  • 87 Events & Meals

$14,995

Our exclusive, interest-free, monthly payment plan to budget your vacation. Your first monthly payment secures your reservation.

  • $666.48 USD Monthly Payment*
  • 27 Monthly Payments
  • 06/07/2026 Balance Due
  • Monthly Payments are available at this time.

A tour deposit of 15% and the $89.00 non-refundable processing fee confirms your reservation. Final balance due 90 days prior to departure.

  • $2,788.25 USD 15% Deposit*
  • $15,206.75 USD Final Balance*
  • 04/08/2026 Balance Due
  • 15% Deposit option is available at this time.

If your original tour price is more than $2,000 and choose to pay your final balance by check, you will receive a discount according to the schedule below:

Original Tour Price

  • $2,000 - $5,000
  • $5,001 - $7,500
  • $7,501 - $10,000
  • $10,001 - $15,000
  • $15,001 - $20,000
  • $20,001 - $25,000
  • $25,001 and up

Discount

  • $50
  • $75
  • $150
  • $200
  • $300
  • $400
  • $450

Ways to Save

Take advantage of these special offers to maximize the value of your next RV adventure!

Payment Options
We have various payment options, some of which offer deep discounts. Plus, we offer an interest-free, monthly payment plan to help you budget your vacation. Read More>>
Exclusive Travel Partners
We’re proud to be the official travel partner of some of the largest RV clubs and manufacturers in the world, which allow us to offer discounts to their members and customers. Read More>>
Frequent Traveler Credits
We appreciate you traveling with us, so we want to reward you with instant credit back on every tour you take. The more you travel, the greater the rewards! Read More>>
Refer & Earn
Receive future travel credits for each new customer you refer to us. Plus, learn how referrals can also increase your Lifetime Loyalty Rewards! Read More>>
Special Offers
By joining our email list, you’ll stay up to date on the latest tours and offers. Be in the know for any additional discounts to help you save even more! Read More>>
Exclusive Price Guarantee
Once you make your deposit, we guarantee the price! If our suppliers increase their prices, you won’t be stuck with any additional costs for your trip. Read More>>

Activity Level - MODERATE

Group Size

  • This trip has a group size up to 23 rigs plus WagonMasters & TailGunners* exclusive to 61 Day Ultimate Alaska

Pacing

  • 5785 Driving Miles
  • 199 Average Daily Miles
  • 61 days, with 60 camping nights including 87 events & meals

Physical Requirements

  • Moderate walking distance (30 to 45 minutes); some excursions may include gradually graded ramps, hills and/or stairs.



    Tours require that you are responsible for yourself and your ability to get on and off all Transportation Services.



    Activity Ratings are intended to provide information for those who do not use mobility devices.



    If you require a mobility device, please be aware that guests must travel with a companion that is responsible for loading, unloading and securing their device on all excursions.



    Guests with mobility challenges and walking limitations may not be able to participate in all activities.

*TailGunners only on Caravans with 14 or more guest rigs

Trip Extensions

More than ever, our guests are spending more time on the road and are excited to make the most out of their vacation. By choosing from the 144 pre- and post-trip extensions that we offer, or adding on optional activities to the itinerary, there are many ways you can personalize your experience to make it the vacation of your dreams.

Many Guests Choose Pre- or Post-Trip Extensions

Chances are, you’re traveling quite far to join us on one of our tours. Why not make the most of it with pre- and post-trip extensions? By adding on another tour, it will give you the opportunity to extend your vacation and maximize your time in the geographical region. On this 61 Day Ultimate Alaska trip, you will have 1 extension to choose from: Rivers West-Path of Lewis & Clark.

Maximize Your Time in the Area

Consider building in extra time for yourself in Liberty Lake, WA (Rally Point) or Prince George, BC (End Place) to relax and get adjusted or give yourself time to explore on your own before or after your 61 Day Ultimate Alaska trip. Extending the length of your stay can truly make your trip everything you’ve ever dreamed about and give you the opportunity to enjoy more of what each destination has to offer.

Pre-trip: Rivers West-Path of Lewis & Clark May 18, 2026 to Jul 01, 2026Starts: St. Charles, MO Ends: Warrenton, OR

Take a nostalgic trip through history on our guided RV caravan, retracing the path of Lewis and Clark. Explore national monuments, interpretive centers, and iconic landmarks like the St. Louis Arch and Glacier National Park. Immerse yourself in the untamed wilderness and diverse cultures that shaped America's expansion. Join us on this remarkable RV journey!

Even though there’s an itinerary and planned route, we want you to enjoy your vacation to the greatest extent. With their unmatched understanding of the area and commitment to enriching your travel experiences, your WagonMasters will be there to help you choose and schedule the best optional activities that aren’t included in the itinerary. Here’s a sampling of the optional activities offered on the 61 Day Ultimate Alaska trip:


    • On Day 10EN-ROUTE - Athabasca Falls- is known for its force due to the large quantity of water falling into the gorge.

    • On Day 11-Explore Jasper--Jasper Sky Tram, Whitewater Rafting, Maligne Canyon, Beaver Boardwalk, and Northern Rockies Museum

    • On Day 14-Fort Nelson Heritage Museum-The theme of our museum is "Transportation"

    • On Day 16 -Northern Lights Show- the Northern Lights Centre boasts state-of-the-art panoramic video and surround-sound systems.

    • On Day 27 - Arctic Circle Excursion, Fairbanks Ice Museum, North Pole Santa Claus House, Chena Hot Springs Resort

    • On Day 31 - Whitewater Rafting, ATV, Helicopter Ride

    • On Day 37 - Explore Exit Glacier and Seward Harbor Area ,Book a Charter Fishing Excursion,Helicopter Rides, and Dog-sledding

    • On Day 39 in Kenai Peninsula--Fishing, Farm Tour, Russian Orthodox Church, Brewery or Wine Tour

    • On Day 42 - Halibut Charter Fishing, Seldovia Artist Community, Bear Adventures by Air, Salmon Fishing at Campsite and Bear Creek Winery

    • On Day 42 -Kilcher Farm-history of the homestead, the "reality behind the reality" of the Alaska: the Last Frontier show,

    • On Day 44 - Palmer Visitor Center & Museum, Reindeer Farm, New Deal Resettlement Homesteads, Independence Mine, Hatcher Pass

    • On Day 46 - Salmon Charter Fishing, Solomon Gulch Hatchery, Columbia Glacier, and Valdez Museum

    • On Day 57 - Self Drive to Salmon Glacier, Fishing, Stewart Museum, Toastworks Museum, and Estuary Boardwalk




Customer Reviews

There’s no better way to learn what a trip is like than from the firsthand experiences of your fellow travelers. Our Traveler Reviews are the real deal—unbiased and unedited—giving you an honest appraisal of the experiences that await you on this trip.

 
 

Protect Your Travel Investment with Trip Cancellation Insurance

 

RV travel is fun and exciting, but the unexpected can happen. Losing the cost of a trip due to cancellation or an unexpected medical emergency during your trip can add the expense of physicians, hospitalization, or a medical evacuation, all of which can be overwhelming.

Travelers want to move about with confidence and peace of mind that comes from protecting both their health and finances. There are NO infectious disease exclusions - meaning that COVID-19 is covered as any other illness.

TME Travel Insurance provides a suite of insurance options for all styles of travel. Additional benefits are available when you purchase COMPREHENSIVE TRIP CANCELLATION, such as optional Cancel For Any Reason (CFAR) coverage on the TME Elite Plan when purchased within 14 days of booking your tour. Plans cover both domestic and international travel.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

General

Fantasy RV Tours offers two different types of RV vacations: Caravans and Rallies. An RV Caravan is a professionally-guided tour that travels from destination to destination on a pre-planned route. A Rally is also pre-planned and led by professional Travel Ambassadors, but explores one area or event, e.g. Rose Parade or Washington DC. To learn more, click here.

On each of our RV Tours, you’ll be led by professional leaders – WagonMasters and TailGunners – who are collectively known as Travel Ambassadors. To learn more and to meet our ambassadors, click here.

We often suggest scattered travel during a caravan with groups of 2 to 4 RVs traveling at a safe distance apart who may enjoy similar points of interest. Of course, you may travel independently at your own pace – enjoying sites and side trips. Your Travel Ambassadors are there to ensure safety for the entire group. It’s your vacation, so we offer options – we want you to enjoy safety, comfort and freedom. Typically, in Mexico, guests prefer to travel convoy style.

Yes. You’ll want to make reservations early to reserve your space. Reservations are prioritized in the order received. Most of our caravans are limited to 22 RVs, while rallies are determined individually.

Yes! Budget your vacation with our interest-free monthly payment program and reserve your spot with the first month’s payment. You can also secure your spot with just a 15% deposit and, no matter which payment option you choose, if you pay by check, you’ll receive a discount. For more details, click here or contact our Customer Support Team at 800-952-8496.

Yes. With every tour you take, it pays in savings! For each Rally, you’ll earn $50 in future travel credits. For each Caravan, you’ll earn $100 in future travel credits. You can also build your way up to different status levels that earn you additional benefits. For full program details, click here.

Yes. When a new customer is referred by you and completes their tour, you’ll receive $50 in future travel credits for a Rally and $100 in future travel credits for a Caravan. For full program details, click here.

Yes and no. Caravans require an RV; whether owned or rented. Some of our rallies have an option to stay in a cabin or hotel, which is indicated in the tour information. If traveling in an Overseas caravan, an RV rental will be provided.

 

Tour Reservations

Our tour prices include all RV site accommodations, meals, events and activities as listed on the itineraries. To see a full list of what’s included in all tours, click here.

No. The price listed (2 Person Price/Rig) is the total price for 2 people in 1 rig. The 1 person price/rig is the total price for 1 person in 1 rig. The Add’l Person Price/Rig is the price of each additional person beyond the 2 Person Price/Rig.

We have various payment options, some of which offer deep discounts. For more details, click here or contact our Customer Support Team at 800-952-8496.

Once you make your deposit, we guarantee the price! If our suppliers increase their prices, you will not be stuck with an additional cost for your trip. Beware of other tour companies that add a surcharge for tours purchased with a credit card or who reserve the right to raise their price after you make your initial reservation.

We reserve the right to substitute accommodations, transportation and/or itineraries when we deem it necessary or advisable.

If you need to switch your tour up to 150 days prior to departure, your tour monies will be transferred less a switch fee. To view the full details, click here.

If you need to cancel your reservation, please call us at 800-952-8496. To view the full details of our cancellation policy, click here.

We facilitate trip cancellation insurance on our website via TME Travel Insurance. To learn more, click here.

Our partnerships with Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), Good Sam Club, AIM Club & Winnebago allow us to offer exclusive discounts not available to the general public or any other tour company. Occasionally we offer additional discounts. Call 800-952-8496 for the latest offers.

 

Getting Ready for Your Tour

You will receive a pre-rally information packet approximately 90 days before the tour begins, which includes the detailed itinerary, a vehicle preparation checklist, travel tips, medical forms and the contact information for your WagonMasters.

Make sure your vehicle(s) is in top condition before you leave home. Have in your possession the warranty packet and information that came with your motorhome, fifth-wheel, or travel trailer. Know the name of the dealer and location of the original purchase, factory telephone numbers, warranty numbers, as well as year, make, and model in order to get parts delivered quickly, if necessary.

Use the Vehicle Preparation Checklist (provided in the pre-rally information packet) to assure your equipment is ready for the tour. Most people travel without ever having a breakdown. In fact, you will probably complete your tour and never have any kind of mechanical problem. Your Travel Ambassadors will do a basic vehicle inspection before the tour begins and advise you of any potential problems or recommended things to do to help preclude any damage to your vehicle.

On traveling caravans, we recommend a tow vehicle to maximize your freedom. Most caravans have free days to explore but ultimately, it is an individual preference to tow.

Passports are required for Canada, Mexico and Overseas tours. Please note: Some USA tours require passports if they travel into Canada.

You are required to have a Travelers Visa, but we’ll take care of obtaining and paying for the visa once we receive a copy of your passport. We’ll send this information to you a few months before the tour begins.

Yes. You must have a Mexico Liability policy for each motorized vehicle and we’ll provide you with information regarding purchasing the liability policy.

YES! We are a pet friendly company. However, it is your responsibility to care for your pet. During Polar Bear tours – you will be away from your pet 3 nights. Canadian Atlantic Province tours with an overnight ferry crossing – you will be away from your pet 1 night. There are pet accommodations available for those tours. Pet care fees are your responsibility. Canada and Mexico require proof of rabies vaccination.

On caravans with less than 25 rigs, your WagonMaster will make an introductory call to each guest on the tour after you receive your customer packet. On all other caravans and rallies, you will be contacted by email which will include direct contact information for your WagonMaster. 

No. Many of our guests enjoy arriving early or extending their trip once the Caravan is over, so we want to give you the freedom to do so. We’ve also found that guests prefer traveling on specific airlines, flying at certain times of the day or booking their flights with frequent traveler miles. We want to give you the ultimate freedom to fully maximize your vacation.

Any in-country flights that are listed on the itinerary are included in the price of the tour.

 

While on Tour

Before the tour begins, we’ll provide you with a comprehensive, up-to-date, field-researched Trip Log with turn-by-turn directions and popular landmarks.

Tips for meals, bus drivers and special guides are included in the tour price. Customers should feel free to tip any service providers they feel go ‘the extra mile’. Gratuities are certainly welcome, but not required for your WagonMaster and TailGunner – they strive to provide exemplary service, above and beyond the call of duty during your entire tour.

Typically, ferry fees are included unless stated otherwise on the itinerary.

If you have special dietary needs, notify your WagonMaster before the tour begins. Some of the vendors we use will be able to accommodate and some do not have the ability to do so. Be prepared with your own food substitution for situations in which your special food need cannot be accommodated.

To ensure you have a safe and enjoyable vacation, each tour has an Activity Rating, which is indicated in the tour information. Most tours include walking tours and guided excursions aboard buses, boats, trains, subways and planes. This scale will help you decide if you can participate in all activities included with each tour. Guests with mobility challenges and walking limitations may not be able to participate in all activities.

Activity Ratings are intended to provide information for those who do not use mobility devices. If you require a mobility device, please be aware that guests are responsible for loading, unloading and securing their device on all excursions. Some of our tours prohibit the use of Scooters, which is indicated in the tour information.

Certain tours are not scooter or wheelchair accessible, which is indicated in the tour information. On tours where all mobility devices are allowed, guests relying on the aid of walkers, crutches or other mobility devices must travel with a companion capable of assisting. Guests with mobility challenges may not be able to actively participate in all activities included in the tour itinerary.

We always strive to reserve as many 50 amp spaces as possible. However, some campgrounds will not have enough 50 amp spaces for everyone. At most campgrounds, 30/50 amp power is standard. Please note that some campgrounds in Alaska, Canada and Mexico may be more primitive than in the Lower 48. Be prepared to use limited power or dry camp on a few occasions.

On most days, WagonMasters hold nightly travel meetings to brief you on the next day’s activity schedule. In addition, the WagonMasters will have a whiteboard in the front window of their RV that has the daily schedule and any changes that may have occurred.

We use family radios and cell phones. Your WagonMaster will explain the best means of communication for the next day’s travel at the nightly travel meeting.

There may be opportunities in which you may want to enjoy side trips and optional tours that are not included in the price of the Caravan. Our WagonMasters & Tailgunners are available to assist you with suggestions of popular activities in the area to make the most of your vacation.

Our Travel Ambassadors are ready to help when a mechanical problem or medical emergency arises. However, if this prevents you from continuing the tour, you may receive a credit toward a future tour less any non-refundable expenses incurred by Fantasy RV Tours on your behalf.