|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.
A bonus is that the tour companies have already reserved accommodations for you. Because accommodations in New England's most beautiful areas are often fully booked well in advance, taking a tour saves you from the hassle of working to find an available hotel room.
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 two excellent tour companies to consider:
The name says it all: this Cape Cod-based travel company, a division of Northeast Unlimited Tours, Inc., offers several excellent one-week (Saturday to Saturday) tours to show you the beauties of New England.
For special consideration, contact my friend Ms Debbe Kalweit (that's "debbie") directly by email or phone to book your tour: 1 800 759 6820 or +1 774 413 5251. Be sure to mention NewEnglandTravelPlanner.com when you do.
Taste of New England Foliage Tour
This fine 8-day (7-night) autumn foliage tour in October is appropriately named Taste of New England. The tour takes you to Boston, the Berkshires, Manchester VT, Mount Washington NH (including the Mount Washington Cog Railway), Lake Winnipesaukee NH, and Kennebunkport, Ogunquit and York on the Maine coast. Foliage, food and fun! More...
September 30 to October 7
October 7 to 14
Enchanting Islands of New England
More than just islands, this excellent journey through southeastern New England takes you to the high points: Boston, Plymouth, Cape Cod, Nantucket island, Martha's Vineyard island, Newport RI and Block Island RI. More...
August 26 to September 2
My friends Steve Jermanok and Lisa Leavitt operate perhaps the best boutique travel agency in Boston. Steve has had a long and distinguished career as an award-winning professional travel writer, guidebook author and consultant to the travel industry.
He and his wife Lisa Leavitt now put their extensive New England travel expertise—and indeed their experience in travel all around the world—at the service of travelers like you. They help you plan any itinerary, short or long, anywhere in the world, but their expertise is particularly rich and deep for New England, especially active outdoor adventures. For special consideration, mention NewEnglandTravelPlanner.com when you contact them. More...
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...
—by Tom Brosnahan