On a bike everything is more picturesque and real than seeing it behind the glass wind shield of an automobile. You can feel the wind on your face and the sun warm on your back.
Every biker has a place that is special to him and he feels it is one of the most beautiful areas on earth. Well, this guy is no different. His name is Don Smith and he is the president of Motorcycle Fantasy Vacations, the motorcycle touring company he has had since 2009. That was soon after he came home from his job with the POW/MIA near Washington, D.C.
A true American who loves little more than riding the Smoky Mountain Parkway on his Screamin' Eagle Softail Deuce. His deepest joy is showing strangers to this area of his mountains, the area around eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina.
Experiencing the panoramic view of the extraordinary smoky grey-blue mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina is a unique experience. The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is one of the most popular parks in the country with 8 million visitors annually. The people that live in the area exhibit this wonderful southern charm and deep rooted pride that you won't find just anywhere.
Motorcycle Fantasy Vacations stands out as one of the best bike tours available in this area due to the personal service you will be receiving. Want to spend your day skydiving, zip lining or hand gliding? Or, perhaps you like to stay a little closer to the ground with some white water rafting, swimming under a water fall, watching civil war reenactments or experiencing an underground bluegrass concert. Customize your vacation and be shown the best areas by your tour guide. Ride your own motorcycle, rent one or ride on the back of a bike with a driver experienced in motorcycling. Then at dusk you can choose whatever you like for dinner fare and experience the night life in Gatlinburg or Nashville if you like. After an exciting evening you will be escorted to your condo, cabin, chalet or houseboat.
Come let Don "Smitty" Smith show you a part of the Smokies that many visitors miss. Seeing the water falls, elk herds and black bear, valleys, mountains and streams that are a part of less traveled part of the Great Smokies only his special guests get a chance to see. But be sure to call ahead or you may be staying in a hammock on the back porch.