Tour Austin’s Tasting Tour Party
Have you been looking through lists of Austin tourist attractions, but you can’t see any tours that appeal to you? Perhaps you are traveling with a group of people with a wide variety of tastes, and finding a trip that everyone agrees on seems to be impossible.
That’s why you need to reach out to Tour Austin. We will schedule a Build Your Own Tasting Tour to accommodate a wide variety of tastes.
Austin is building quite an impressive reputation for its breweries, distilleries, and wineries as they have for their live music. In fact, there are over 100 companies in our area making bourbon, sparkling wine, vodkas, and IPAs, to name a few.
Of course, you can’t drive to all the breweries and wineries you want to visit. You also don’t want to rely on rideshare services to get you where you want to go. That’s why you should rely on Tour Austin for your transportation needs.
Here’s how the customized tour works. You find a date that works for 12 of your rowdiest friends, and then contact Tour Austin through our website or with a phone call (512-593-6331).
If you have done your research, and you know where you want to go, share your itinerary with us. We may offer suggestions of fun spots to stop at that are along the way.
If you aren’t from the Austin area or don’t want to be in charge of planning your fun day, let us do the planning for you. Since we make our bread and butter from tourism in Austin, we know all the popular spots. We know what places are great for large groups and what sites to avoid.
Our tours are $99 per hour for a group of 2-13 people. We also do private tours as well, but they may not be as cost-effective as our group tours. We also can accommodate larger groups, but the price may increase if we have to transport more people than 13.
We require that all tours last a minimum of three hours. Believe me. That won’t be a problem. There’s plenty to see and do in Austin.
Our professional drivers will pick you up and drop you off wherever you desire, just as long as it is within 20 miles of the Austin Visitor Center.
Feel free to bring a few drinks to enjoy in route. We understand that vacationing makes you incredibly thirsty, so enjoy a few beverages or snacks in between your stops.
The tour charge is just for transportation. The admission prices and tasting flights are not included in the $99 per hour. Also, if you want your guide to join you at any of your tastings, you will be responsible for your guide’s costs as well.
Do you want to see some sample itineraries? We would be happy to share some with you.
You could start your tour at Garrison Brother’s Bourbon and then stop for lunch. We know all the best barbecue and taco joints in the city. There are plenty of wineries in Texas Hill Country we know that you would enjoy. If beer is more your scene, there are plenty of Austin breweries to choose from as well.
We know you have a choice in booking a tour company in Austin. Why choose ours? Simple.
We have been serving visitors and residents of Austin for more than 15 years, and we know and love our city. We know which traffic-congested areas to avoid at certain points in the day, and we know those amazing hole-in-the-wall spots that tourists haven’t found yet. Being shown around a city by someone who knows it well is pretty special.
Besides having an intimate knowledge of Austin, we also are a highly-rated tour company. This means that we know what it means to serve others. We anticipate the need for restroom breaks and are ready with clean facilities. We know that you need a place to store all of the cases of wine that you buy in Hill Country, and we will help keep your purchases safe. We also know that Texas can be hotter than Hades. That’s why our vehicles will be icy cold when you are ready to move to your next destination.
We know it’s the little things that make a difference to our customers.
Give us a shout when you are ready to book your customizable tour. Even though we only have a three-hour minimum for our tour, we are prepared to provide a full day’s worth of entertainment for your group.
This article was originally posted at Tour Austin!