The island of Galveston, Texas sits right on the Gulf of Mexico, a body of water teeming with dolphins. Set sail from the harbor and spend time searching for these playful creatures with a tour guide. Board a covered vessel, perfect for keeping you cool under the Texan sun, and learn about the ecology of the area while you sail.
Venture out into the Gulf of Mexico and enjoy a relaxing dolphin-watching tour from South Padre Island. Take a seat on the spacious vessel and keep your eyes peeled for pods of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in their natural habitat. See the playful aquatic creatures swim alongside your boat and take in the scenery of the Texas coast while you sail.
This Galveston Baywatch Dolphin Tour is a great way to see dolphins on the water in just a few hours. Meet your group and captain at Pier 21 and join the boat you’re assigned for this experience. Then, take off on the water to enjoy some time searching for dolphins in their natural habitat.
Save time looking up bus schedules and opt for this hassle-free Austin sightseeing bus tour instead. Travel on a loop around the city that passes by top landmarks in Austin’s downtown area. Along the way, listen to commentary from a guide, get great photos from the top deck, or sit in the climate-controlled lower deck. Highlights include 6th Street, The Museum of the Weird, The Driskill hotel, Texas State Capitol, and the Texas Governor’s Mansion.
This is the original JFK tour taking you back in history to November 22, 1963. You will travel through the city streets of Dallas, down the motorcade route, through Dealey Plaza, and then the trolley leaves downtown and follows the timeline of Lee Harvey Oswald. The Texas Theater, the Officer JD Tippet murder scene, Oswald's rooming house, old city jail, Jack Ruby's dance club, old county jail. Our JFK tour covers all 4 days surrounding the assassination.
Watch for the Atlantic bottlenose dolphins that thrive along the coast of South Padre Island on a 1.5-hour wildlife boat tour from Sea Ranch Marina. Cruise past the U.S. Coast Guard Station and Boca Chica Beach, with a comfortable seat on a wildlife-watching boat that’s equipped with a wildlife-safe viewing net so you can see South Padre sea life up close.
See the historical highlights and cultural delights of Houston on this sightseeing tour. Enjoy unobstructed views and listen to fascinating audio commentary as you cruise past important landmarks like the historic City Hall, Market Square, Downtown Aquarium, and Graffiti Park.
Get a comprehensive overview of Austin on this sightseeing tour. See famous landmarks along with hidden gems, real neighborhoods, and food trucks. Learn about Austin's history and culture with commentary from your guide and hear fun facts about the city that even the locals don't know. Plus, choose a morning or afternoon departure to easily fit this tour into your schedule.
Ideal for foodies and hungry visitors, this Downtown Austin Walking Food Tour lets you explore the city’s central and historic area and sample numerous foods—from barbecue brisket to Austin-style breakfast tacos and even an Italian cannoli. Along the way, discover some of the city’s popular sights and attractions as you stroll the streets with a guide who’s passionate about Austin and shares stories along the route.
See the sights of Dallas on this small-group tour. Traveling with a guide who provides insider knowledge as you go, you'll check out attractions such as Pioneer Plaza, Dallas City Hall (designed by I.M. Pei), the Dallas Arts District, and Dealey Plaza, where JKF was shot. Plus, choose a morning or afternoon departure time to easily fit this tour into your schedule.
Hear the historical tales of murder and mayhem that helped make Austin weird on this haunted history tour of Texas's capital city. Join an acclaimed storyteller and a small group for a walking tour through Austin's supernatural nooks and creepy crannies, including a tour of the famous Driskill Hotel.
Attention home improvement fans: this tour is for you. With a local guide, explore some of the neighborhoods, houses, shops, landmarks, and structures featured on the HGTV show “Fixer Upper” with Chip and Joanna Gaines. A stop at Clint's shop is included and sometimes you even get to go inside a Chip-and-Joanna-designed home from the show.
Watch more than a million bats fly out of the Congress Avenue Bridge on an evening kayak tour of Austin that’s timed to catch the spectacular natural show. Observing the Congress Avenue Bridge bats from a kayak means you don’t have to find a spot among the crowds on the riverbank, giving you a front-row seat as the Mexican free-tailed bats take to the sky.
See the haunted side of San Antonio on this ghost-themed bus tour. Your guide, a sinister fellow who proclaims to be in tune with the afterlife, leads you on a chilling exploration of the city’s famed haunted sites including the Menger Hotel, the old Red Light District, the former Bexar County Jail, an historic cemetery, and more.
Leave the busy city and enjoy a half-day experience filled with barbecue and wine by booking this Texas Hill Country Barbecue and Wine Shuttle Service from Austin. This shuttle service can be booked for small groups or private groups of up to 10 people. Your driver takes you to the outskirts of Austin to visit three different venues, including two popular wineries and Salt Lick BBQ outpost.
Combine two great tours, plus admission to an iconic landmark, for a comprehensive look at the city of San Antonio. Enjoy a relaxing boat cruise along the San Antonio River, explore the most popular sites in San Antonio on a hop-on hop-off double-decker bus, and enjoy a spectacular view of Alamo City from the top of the Tower of the Americas.
Discover all the famous places in San Antonio in this guided sightseeing tour of the Alamo City. This is a driving tour and a river cruise, but you will be getting out to do some walking. You'll see The Alamo and San Jose Mission and have a tour, then visit the Tower of the Americas and ride up the elevator, and end the tour with a San Antonio River Walk cruise- all arranged for you.
If you want to see more of Austin in less time—without getting jammed into a tour bus—book this e-bike tour perfect for seeing the sights, while enjoying Austin's fantastic weather. Hop on your pedal-assist e-bike, and follow your guide to Austin's famous murals, city landmarks, and University of Texas buildings. Along the way, take in views of the downtown skyline, and visit the Texas State Capitol building.
Expect only the best of times on this tour of two Texas cities. Get acquainted with Dallas and Forth Worth on a tour that takes you to both cities' main attractions, such as the JFK Memorial and the Cowtown Museum. This tour includes all transportation in an area that's difficult to navigate without a car,.
Downtown Austin is full of awesome architectural sights but exploring the city on foot can be crowded. Instead, prebook this Austin Skyline Kayak Tour on Lady Bird Lake and see the same sights of downtown from the water. A guide knows the best spots on the lake to go to see the skyscrapers and buildings without foot traffic holding you back.
Discover the darker side of Galveston on a ghost tour. Pass by mansions and other historical sights where spooky and mysterious things are said to have happened, and hear about the island's secrets, paranormal events, and haunted history that dates back 150 years. This tour is a fun way to learn a bit about Galveston's history.
Somewhere at the intersection of presidential history and American mythology, the JFK assassination continues to fascinate Dallas visitors. See the site where the infamous shooting occurred on this special historical tour to Grassy Knoll and the Kennedy Memorial; separate the facts from the theories with the help of your guide, who will walk you through that day and its aftermath. This tour includes a guide, entrance fees, and round trip transportation.
Waco has some great sights from TV shows, but if you don't know the area well you could miss out on finding some of them. This Waco Sites and TV Highlights Tour takes you to areas filmed on shows like Fixer Upper, Wood Work, and others. Plus, you'll also see areas like East Waco and Cameron Park, and pop into neighborhoods worth seeing up close.
Combine two great tours for a comprehensive look at the city of San Antonio. Enjoy a relaxing, 35-minute River Walk boat cruise along the San Antonio River. Explore the most popular sites in San Antonio on a scenic hop-on hop-off, double-decker bus tour. Visit popular sites like the Alamo, Pearl Brewery, the San Antonio Museum of Art, Market Square, and many more. Select a pass and get to know the city in custom fashion, with live, onboard narration. Both the bus and boat have frequent departures throughout the day.