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The Heritage Creek Travelers at the Pennsylvania State Capitol Building in Harrisburg June 2004
Photo By Mel Fechner

  • Check this page often for updates on new and exciting attractions, dining options, new TravelOn USA   options, profiles on our Professional Tour Managers, your stories from the road that we tentatively will be titling: “It happened in……….”  

PLUS, photo’s of your group’s tour that you can share and information that will be helpful when you begin planning for your next TravelOn USA   Tour!

  • Before you know it, school will be back in session. Now is the perfect time to begin planning your fall tour. Fall travel offers many advantages over spring touring such as fewer crowds in your chosen destination and easier access to the most popular attractions. Many of our suppliers, (hotels, restaurants and attractions) offer very attractive incentives for fall travel making the cooler weather season even more appealing for touring.
    If fundraising or scheduling requires that you tour in the spring, a phone call to TravelOn USA can start the process of developing the perfect itinerary for 2005. Early planning helps to assure better a better selection of hotels, restaurants, attractions and your preferred motor coach company.

Read What One Of Our Tour Participants Had to Say........

Dear Mr. Greza, 
   I was part of your recent tour with my High School Choir to Boston & Salem, which was my third and final tour with you. I was first accepted into the concert choir my sophomore year when you gave us a wonderful tour in Tennessee, probably the most fun ever. Not to say that Florida and Boston weren't fun - they were of course in their different ways. I just want to thank you for all the wonderful tours you have provided for me in my years in high school. You always go way out of your way to provide us with a safe, wonderful and fun filled touring experience. Letting me lead the group in Florida with your light saber and all the wonderful memories you have given me - I appreciate it. I hope that one-day, no matter what field I am in that I may have the pleasure of working with you. Hey, maybe in a few years I'll come back to my old school for a trip. You never know! 
                                                                                       Thank You Very Much,    J Barbato, Woodbridge, NJ