Branson Guided Tours
When you visit an exciting place like Branson, you will want to take time to really get to know the area. Branson is filled with fun activities and attractions but it also features incredible natural beauty and a rich history, and there are some amazing guided tours that provide you with a convenient way to get to know more about the area while you are visiting. Be sure to include some of these guided tours in your upcoming vacation plans.
Branson Zipline and Canopy Tours are designed to give you an exciting outdoor adventure surrounded by the natural beauty of the Ozarks. There are several different tours available to choose from, and each will take you up into the forest canopy high over the ground, secured by a sturdy harness. You will travel across a secure line from platform to platform, which gives you an amazing view of the landscapes and plenty of opportunities to view the native wildlife and vegetation. Throughout the tours, your guides will be on hand to provide you with safety information as well as fun facts and tips about the ecology of the Ozarks.
The Ride the Ducks tour is fun for all ages. This tour is available on both Table Rock Lake as well as in the Branson Landing area, and to truly get to know Branson, you will want to take both tours! The tours are about an hour long, and each will take you through the area in an amphibious vehicle. You will start your tour on land and then continue the final leg of the tour on water, which means that you get to see incredible views of the popular attractions and the natural landscapes. You will be provided with a fun duck whistle, and your guide will encourage you to quack along throughout the tour and will also provide you with interesting narration.
Just outside of Branson, the Cosmic Cavern is truly a sight to behold. Tours are available to the public throughout the day, and with your tour of Cosmic Cavern, you will have the chance to see the cave's famous underground bottomless lakes, as well as plenty of cave features like soda straws up to nine feet long, stalactites and stalagmites. After your tour is complete, be sure to stop by the gemstone panning station for your chance to pan for your own garnet, copper or amethyst. Tours last about one hour and fifty-five minutes.