If you visit Branson without your own car, you can still take a tour around Branson. In fact, Branson offers you a unique and fun way to get around the area and to see the magnificent night lights in the town. Ride the Ducks is one of Branson’s unique attractions which enables you to take a tour around Branson – by land and by lake. Ride the Ducks uses a marine vehicle that will take you across the landscapes of the Ozarks and let you explore the lakes area of Branson, too. The vehicle was called a “duck” for its amphibian nature because it can thrive on both land and water. This vehicle is proven to be very safe for tours. Its speed in the water can reach up to 7 mph to make sure that you have a peaceful ride.
The duck tours in Branson typically lasts for about 60 to 70 minutes long, and each tour spends 25 minutes in the waters. Tickets for the Ride the Ducks are mostly bought in advance because of the high demand for this attraction. Get $3 savings when you book a tour before 11 AM. You can also have your Ride the Ducks tickets bundled with tickets for Dixie Stampede or the Titanic Museum for more Branson fun. For advanced ordering of tickets, just visit www.branson.ridetheducks.com or call 1-877-887-8225. You can also get your tickets personally by visiting Duck Central on the Strip or the ticket kiosk at Branson Landing. Ride the Ducks also accommodates groups, so you can make your reunion or field trip to Branson even more memorable. A duck vehicle can board up to 35 people, and there are 18 duck vehicles available. Some Branson restaurants also offer a meal package along with your duck tour.
If you are planning for your Branson tour to last for more than a day, then you need a lodging place that is close to the heart of Branson. Book your stay in Thousand Hills Golf Resort, as it is very near the city of Branson as well as the Ozark Mountains too. You get to have convenience by being near all the main attractions, plus you get to have a very relaxing ambiance. For inquiries and reservations, dial 1-877-262-0430.