In addition to our Day Trips, we have extended our tours to offer overnight stays! We tour Maine, Niagara Falls, New York City, Amish Country, Gettysburg, DC, and beyond.In addition to our Day Trips, we have extended our tours to offer overnight stays! We tour Maine, Niagara Falls, New York City, Amish Country, Gettysburg, DC, and beyond.
New York City
When traveling to and around New York City there is a plethora of things to see and do. Whether your visit here is a week or a few days you’ll want to see and do as much as you can to maximize your experience here. Our licensed guides can help you maximize your experience based on your interests.
DC is full of history. One of the best ways to uncover it all is by taking a tour through the city. From the Lincoln Memorial to the Capital Building, our licensed guides will make sure you and your guests have an unforgettable tour of our nation’s capital.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s largest city, is notable for its rich history, on display at the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed) and other American Revolutionary sites. Also iconic are the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, immortalized by Sylvester Stallone’s triumphant run in the film “Rocky.”
Planning a Gettysburg history adventure? Look no further. We can take in a battlefield orientation program before heading out to learn about the 3-day Civil War battle. Let’s go on a walking tour of the town of Gettysburg where the civilians hid as the battle raged through the streets and the wounded soldiers were cared for in homes and churches.
Pennsylvania Amish Country is a picturesque landscape that must be witnessed in person to be fully appreciated. Rolling hills with lush grasses and crops, farms with windmills dotting the horizon, and horse and buggies sharing the road remind you that things are simpler in Lancaster County.
The Finger Lakes Region of New York State is a four-season playground, set against a backdrop of Mother Nature’s best work – from waterfalls and gorges to thick, cool woods to rolling hills to miles of spectacular shoreline on 11 glacial lakes and one Great Lake. No matter what you like to do, you’ll find it in abundance in the Finger Lakes.
Niagara Falls is a natural wonder unlike any other. 3,160 tons of water flows over Niagara Falls every second. This accounts for 75,750 gallons of water per second over the American and Bridal Veil Falls and 681,750 gallons per second over the Horseshoe Falls.
Our famous Lobster and Lighthouses tour has been rated the top tour for all of New England. Ride on a genuine lobster boat to catch today’s freshest and tastiest crustacean! Then visit several lighthouses along the coast and finally enjoy a fantastic dinner featuring Lobster, of course. Don’t know how to eat a whole lobster? No worries, your guides are skilled at this particular talent. Or, get what the locals call a “lazy lobster”. The meat will already be removed for you!
Whether visiting Vermont for the first time or revisiting cherished places from childhood or college years, time spent in Vermont will always satisfy a traveler’s desire for natural beauty, real community and unabashed authenticity. Our Christmas in Vermont Tour is a fantastic day trip, taking you to some of Vermont’s most quaint towns and shops.
The centerpiece of the Merrimack region is Manchester, the state’s largest city. Explore the Millyard, take in a show at the Palace Theater or roam the halls at the Currier Museum of Art. Would you rather grab a bite to eat or enjoy a glass of wine or craft brew? We offer Food, Wine and Brewery Tours as well.
Fun can be found year round in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. From an Ice Fishing Derby February to a Cruise on the MS Mount Washington Cruise during the summer, the possibilities are endless this beautiful region.
All things beautiful can be found in the Southwest corner of New Hampshire known as the Monadnock Region. Named after the mighty Mount Monadnock in the heart of Jaffrey, NH. This mountain can boast about being the most climbed mountain in the world! And along with gorgeous hikes and beautiful art and great food, the Monadnock region is a place not to be missed!
New Hampshire Seacoast
New Hampshire may have the shortest coastline of any state, 11 miles, but what it lacks in footage, it more than makes up for in charm! Drive along Route 1 and see this fabulous coastline, take in a Whale Watch from Rye Harbor, and have a swim at Hampton Beach. Portsmouth New Hampshire has world class restaurants and a historic downtown. Where do you want to explore?
The White Mountains of New Hampshire are a wonderful place to escape, explore and create unforgettable memories. Experience towering peaks, stunning scenery unrivaled anywhere in the Northeast, spectacular waterfalls, limitless recreation and jaw dropping scenic drives.
The city where our country began. Take a food tour in the North End and stroll around Quincy Market. Walk the 2 1/2 miles of the Freedom Trail. Look a penguin in the eye at the New England Aquarium. Boston has so much to offer, one day may not be enough!
Did you know that the city dubbed “Witch City” was at one time the richest town in America? We can learn all about the Witch Trials of 1692 and even visit a memorial park honoring the 20 victims of this tragic event in Salem’s history.