Mississippi Delta Tour Prices
If Chilly Billy has been told it once, he has been told it 100’s of times, “we would never have discovered or learned about all the information you shared with us and showed us had we not taken your highly informative Delta Bohemian Tour!”
Each of Chilly Billy’s tours are chocked full and the only thing limiting you is time and money. European Andrea Vlonk once took a 12+ hour tour with Billy and left still wanting more! So….don’t wait until the last minute to book. Confirm your tour in advance by clicking HERE.
Jeep Wrangler Driving Tour
Larger Group Rates
Billy is open to bus groups or using optional vehicles for his tours to accommodate more passengers. Just ask.
Festival and Holiday Rates
Billy limits the number of daily tours he gives during festivals and holidays, so book early.
Increased hourly rates apply during festivals and holidays.
Discounts and Combining Tours
Discounts are not available. Please do not ask for one.
All tours are private. We do not combine separate groups and/or individuals.
Hours of Operation
Tours are given seven days a week
Billy accepts cash, checks or credit card payments.
Tips are appreciated.
PREMIUM DELTA BOHEMIAN TOUR
Premium Delta Bohemian Regional-Identity Tour (3 ½ to 4 hours)
One person: $230
Two persons: $265
Three persons: $295
Four persons: $335
PREMIUM DELTA BOHEMIAN TOUR includes all the features of the THREE-HOUR DELTA BOHEMIAN TOUR, plus a little bit more, allowing between 30 to 60 minutes of extra time to accommodate serendipitous encounters, a deeper look at socio-economics, and more time spent at the Mighty Mississippi River — all extras not always possible on the standard THREE-HOUR TOUR, due to time constraints!
THREE-HOUR DELTA BOHEMIAN TOUR
Three-Hour Delta Bohemian Regional-Identity Tour
One person: $195
Two persons: $225
Three persons: $255
Four persons: $285
The private, in-depth area, regional-identity THREE-HOUR DELTA BOHEMIAN TOUR is approximately three hours in my comfortable, air-conditioned Jeep Wrangler and includes a thorough driving history of Clarksdale, its founding and pre-history, TN Williams and blues history, New World District at thorough driving history of Clarksdale, its founding and pre-history, TN Williams and blues history, New World District, a thorough acclimation to current music venues and restaurants, the Hopson Plantation & Shack Up Inn, Muddy Waters’s homesite on the Stovall Plantation, Friars Point (Blues, River and Civil Ware history), and a visit to the Mississippi River and specifics, including an in-depth conversation about agriculture, what defines the Mississippi Delta, present and past socio-economics and how all these threads weave together to form a unique, diversified, cultural fabric! It’s a wealth of information!
TWO-HOUR DELTA BOHEMIAN TOUR:
(ABBREVIATED DELTA BOHEMIAN TOUR)
Two-Hour Clarksdale Area Delta Bohemian Tour
One person: $130
Two persons: $150
Three persons: $170
Four persons: $190
The abbreviated, private, regional-identity TWO-HOUR DELTA BOHEMIAN TOUR is in my comfortable, air-conditioned Jeep Wrangler and includes a thorough driving history of Clarksdale, its founding and pre-history, TN Williams and blues history, New World District at thorough driving history of Clarksdale, its founding and pre-history, TN Williams and blues history, New World District, a thorough acclimation to current music venues and restaurants, the Hopson Plantation & Shack Up Inn, but it doesn’t include Muddy Waters’s homesite or a visit to the Mississippi River, Friars Point (Blues, River and Civil Ware history), nor an in-depth conversation on agriculture, socio-economics, etc, or the countryside!
EXTENDED CUSTOM DELTA BOHEMIAN TOUR
Extended-Custom Delta Bohemian Regional-Identity Tour (minimum 4 hours)
One person: $65 per hour
Two persons: $75 per hour
Three persons: $85 per hour
Four persons: $95 per hour
Can include all the elements of the PREMIUM DELTA BOHEMIAN TOUR plus other Delta options, such as visiting famous bluesmen’s graves; Sonny Boy Williamson II, MS John Hurt, Charlie Patton, Son Thomas, several of Robert Johnson’s graves, etc. Other options include: a visit to the Dockery Plantation; Bryant Grocery in Money, MS; Greenwood, MS; Avalon, MS, Holly Ridge, MS; Leland, MS; Rosedale, MS; Sumner, MS; Tutwiler, MS; and Cleveland, MS and a short hop to Po Monkey’s now defunct Juke Joint! We can also head North and visit Helena, Arkansas with incredible Blues and Civil War history! We can rap and ride, and your time and money buy my time and talk!