Nebraska tours, perfect for savvy travelers and families looking for value,
provide a lot of bang for your buck. Consistently ranked one of the most affordable
and friendly states, the Cornhusker State has a long list of things
to do, welcoming hotels, and amazing scenery. No matter what suits your
fancy, there is sure to be something of interest on a tour in Nebraska.
If you want to leave the details to the professionals, or if you have a large
group, Iowa bus tours are smart choices.
Companies based in Nebraska and other places will arrange vacation
packages, transfers to and from airports,
and planning for getaways rangings from Nebraska golf tours to group excursions,
Omaha tours to fishing
When golf is your game, the green fairways and rolling hills are a challenge
worth undertaking. Nebraska golf tours can take visitors to all corners of the
state; in fact, there's a variety of courses to suit golfers of all skill levels
in both small towns and major cities. Those taking Omaha tours will have many
opportunities for golfing.
The energetic city along the Missouri River is known for its beautiful scenery,
which golfers can enjoy as they enjoy their favorite pastime. Both municipally-owned
and private golf courses are readily available for Nebraska golf tours. This
is equally as true in other cities including Lincoln,
Island, North Platte, and Bellevue.
Whether they're planning on spending all of their time in the city or looking for a rural escape, travelers can easily add time outdoors to their Nebraska tours. Abundant lakes and reservoirs provide excitement for everything from wakeboarding and windsurfing to swimming and beachcombing. The largest of all of the lakes is located in the western ton of Ogallala. Lake McConaughy has more than 35,000 acres and some of the state's best fishing. Just below the dam off Lake Mac, Lake Ogallala is stocked with rainbow trout. Nature lovers who book Nebraska tours in the spring will be treated to amazing sights. Every spring, thousands of cranes migrate through the Sandhills Region, mostly between Grand Island and North Platte. During peak viewing season, travelers along Interstate 80 will see thousands of birds without even stopping the car. More serious birders can arrange tours with naturalists.
Adding time at Nebraska's family-friendly, historical, and cultural attractions take tours from bland to exciting. While on Omaha tours, travelers can visit one of America's top-ranked zoos, the Henry Doorly Zoo. Between Omaha and Lincoln, travelers can explore the Simmons Conservation Park and Wildlife Park, an extension of the Doorly Zoo. This drive-through park is home elk, antelope, cranes, and other animals found in North America. Lincoln and Scottsbluff also have zoos home to animals from around the world.
Omaha tours also can include the chance to connect with the frontier spirit that shaped Nebraska. The Durham Museum, in the old Union Station terminal, and Joslyn Art Museum both have extensive collections relating to the West. Both are fun and information additions to a tour of Omaha. At Lewis and Clark Landing, visitors can stand where the two explorers did while making a trek west. Other places, including the Missouri River Basin Lewis & Clark Interpretive Trails and Visitors Center in Nebraska City, Niobrara State Park, and the Corps of Discovery Center celebrate this important era in history. Fort Robinson State Park, which is located north of Scottsbluff, has an extensive network of trails through the former Army outpost. Visitors can explore on horseback, on narrated Jeep tours, or by stagecoach.