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7 Day San Antonio Fiesta Rally

Apr 21, 2024 - Apr 27, 2024

  • 6 nights (camping)
  • | 27 meals & events

Tour Overview & Route

Centered in one of the most picturesque cities in the heart of Texas, our rally captures the spirit, flavors and colors of this eclectic event. You’ll enjoy old-world Spanish architecture as well as pageantry in the streets and along the river as costumed characters parade the three-mile River Walk. We dine at the original Tex-Mex, Casa Rio, and feast atop the Tower of Americas. Celebrate San Antonio’s rich heritage and diverse culture. Remember the Alamo!

Tour Prices

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1 Person Price Per Rig


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Tour Features & Itinerary

  • Orientation and Get Acquainted Margarita Party – meet your Ambassadors and fellow guests
  • Welcome Dinner at Local Restaurant

  • San Antonio Motorcoach Tour – a private sightseeing tour of the city’s highlights featuring Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo, San Fernando Cathedral, Historic Menger Hotel, Spanish Governor's Palace & more
  • Buffet Lunch at Historic Menger Hotel – the oldest continuously operating hotel west of the Mississippi
  • Texas Cavaliers River Parade with Reserved Seating – one-of-a-kind parade with vibrant floats, live music, celebrities and Fiesta Royalty on the famous Riverwalk

  • View the IMAX Film “Alamo, The Price of Freedom” – experience history through a gripping portrayal of the legendary battle, immersing you in the courage & sacrifice of that pivotal event
  • The Alamo Historic Site & Grounds – explore the historic mission where the pivotal 1836 battle for Texas independence occurred
  • Private Cruise on the Riverwalk – a narrated, scenic boat ride that takes you on an enchanting journey through the city’s rich history
  • Lunch at Local Restaurant on the Riverwalk
  • Night in Old San Antonio Festival – a vibrant celebration with 15 heritage-themed areas, decorated food & drink booths and over 12 entertainment stages

  • Institution of Texan Cultures – historical exhibits that bring the history of Texas immigration to life
  • San Antonio Botanical Garden – a 38-acre living museum of flowers, plants, historical structures and birds
  • Historic Market Square – the largest Mexican market in the USA with food, shopping, live music & dancing
  • Dinner at the Chart House atop the Tower of the Americas – panoramic views of the city from 750 ft.

  • LBJ “Texas White House” Ranch – where President Johnson was born, lived, died, and was buried
  • Explore Fredericksburg – a German town famous for its wineries, fine dining and historic buildings
  • German Bavarian Lunch in Hill Country
  • Nimitz Hotel – a Texas historical landmark embodying timeless elegance that reflects the town's rich heritage
  • National Museum of the Pacific War – one of the top five history museums in the USA and honors WWII's Pacific Theater through exhibits & artifacts
  • George H.W. Bush Gallery & the Plaza of the Presidents – a museum that pays tribute to WWII leadership and showcases historical legacies

  • SAS Shoe Factory and General Store – shop and experience the factory location of SAS Shoes
  • Battle of Flowers Parade with Reserved Seating – one of the oldest parades in the USA with elaborate flowered floats, festive marching bands and Fiesta Royalty wearing dazzling dresses
  • Farewell Texas BBQ Dinner

  • Goodbye Coffee and Donuts – grab some breakfast before we part ways