|New England Guided Tours|
|Whether you want to go by bus, train, bicycle, canoe, kayak or on foot, you can find a guided tour of New England that you'll like.|
A guided tour of New England is a good way to visit and explore the region, particularly during the most popular seasons.
Besides the familiar escorted group tours, New England offers many outdoor expeditions. Hiking, biking, canoe and kayak tours are popular in summer, especially in the northern New England states of Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
Here are some guided tour companies to consider:
A New England company headquartered in Pawtucket RI, Collette operates tours all over the world, but is still partial to its home turf of New England.
Contiki specializes in tours for travelers aged 18 to 35 years, and operates at least one tour that includes New England.
One of Globus's several brands, Cosmos offers lower-priced vacation tours of New England and New York.
This large California-based company offers many tours to Hawaii, but also an autumn foliage tour of the Northeast USA.
A global company (pardon the pun), Globus operates numerous tours of the eastern USA and Canada which include New England.
Another large California-based tour operator, Insight has numerous tours of the west, and Alaska cruises, but also several tour-and-cruise programs, and autumn foliage tours, of New England.
Monograms, a division of Globus, arranges self-drive vacations with emphasis on New England's prime destinations, such as Boston MA, Cape Cod, the Berkshire Hills, Bar Harbor ME, Vermont's Green Mountains, New Hampshire's White Mountains, Newport RI, and New York City. They make all the reservations, you drive as you like.
Based in Norwalk CT, Tauck has been
showing visitors around the region since
1925, and still does a fine job of it.
This British tour company based in Guernsey, Channel Islands, offers several tours to New England.
If you'd like to design your own self-drive itinerary, choose one of these:
If you only have a few days in New England, this is the place to concentrate your sightseeing. More...
Best for those wanting more of the outdoors, this gives you the Maine seacoast, the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the Green Mountains of Vermont. More...
Civilization, culture, art and natural beauty, from the Berkshire Hills, along the Connecticut Shoreline to Mystic Seaport, to the palatial mansions of Newport RI, tidy Providence with its WaterFire, and finally to Plymouth Rock. More...
New England's fall