Travel Company: Fall Foliage Tour

Travel Company: Fall Foliage Tour

Jane Gunn from the Travel Company join us in the studio to talk about foliage tours for the fall.
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Fall Foliage in New England

New England is beautiful year-round, but the best departure dates for viewing fall foliage are usually September 21 through mid-October. Peak fall colors vary yearly and are affected by wind, temperature and moisture. Caravan's broad circular tour route, covering all six New England states: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine, maximizes your foliage viewing opportunities.

Caravan Tours : $1295 per person based on double occupancy..... $1775 single occupancy

Includes 7 nights hotel accommodations
Breakfast daily, 4 Dinners
roundtrip airport transfers
escorted by professional tour guide

Daily Itinerary:

Day 1 - Boston, Massachusetts
Visit all six New England states! Your vacation begins in Boston, the "Cradle of Liberty." Transfer from Boston's Logan Airport by hotel courtesy shuttle to your hotel. Rooms are available for check in after 3:00 p.m. Join Caravan for an 8:00 p.m. welcome briefing.

Day 2 - Plymouth Rock, Hyannis
Stop this morning at Boston's Old North Church, where Paul Revere began his famous midnight ride. Brief visit to Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Drive by the State Capitol and the Boston Commons. Continue to Lexington, where the Minutemen had their first Revolutionary skirmish. See the Battle Green where "the shot heard around the world" signaled the start of the American Revolution. Follow the route of Paul Revere from Lexington to Concord. Stop at the Old North Bridge. Then, head south and stop at Plymouth Rock, where pilgrims from the Mayflower landed in 1620. Next, to Cape Cod's southern shore for a two night stay at your resort in the popular vacation community of Hyannis. Hyannis was the site of President John F. Kennedy's summer White House. Enjoy dinner. BD

Day 3 - Martha's Vineyard
Morning ferry from Woods Hole across the bay to Martha's Vineyard, named for a European sailor's daughter, Martha, who found wild grapes growing on the island. The island is a haven for artists, poets, singers and celebrities who are attracted to its laid-back, charming lifestyle. Here, enjoy an island tour of sweeping vistas. See Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven. Visit the historic whaling town of Edgartown with its narrow streets and elegant homes. Enjoy leisure time to wander, shop and visit the art galleries. Return by ferry to Cape Cod. B

Day 4 - Rhode Island, Connecticut
Journey this morning to the sailing capital of the world, Newport, Rhode Island. Visit the historic Vanderbilt "summer cottage," The Breakers. This Italian Renaissance style palace has 70 rooms and is the grandest of all Newport estates. Then, on a sightseeing drive of Newport, see the mansions of the "400 Club" and St. Mary's Church, where Jacqueline Bouvier married John F. Kennedy. Continue to the seaport of Mystic, Connecticut. Visit Mystic Seaport, the nation's leading maritime museum, dedicated to the golden age of seafaring. View impressive tall ships. B

Day 5 - Norman Rockwell, Vermont
This morning, into the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, where Norman Rockwell spent the last 25 years of his life. Visit the Norman Rockwell Museum. Admire the collection of Rockwell's Saturday Evening Post covers which extol the virtues of everyday Americans. Visit Rockwell's studio, preserved exactly as it was when Rockwell painted here. Then, overnight in the Green Mountains of Vermont. B

Day 6 - Vermont, New Hampshire
A scenic mountain drive this morning along country roads takes you by Plymouth Notch, birthplace of President Calvin Coolidge. Our 30th President took the oath of office from his father, by the light of a kerosene lamp. Continue to Woodstock, described as "the prettiest small town in America." Photo stop at a covered bridge. This afternoon, journey through the White Mountains of New Hampshire to your resort in North Conway. Enjoy dinner. BD

Day 7 - Portland, Maine
This morning, travel past Maine's lakes to Portland on the rocky Atlantic coast. Visit Portland's waterfront. Continue to the resort of Kennebunkport. Free time to explore this quaint small town. Tonight enjoy a farewell Maine lobster dinner. Maine's rocky coast, strong wave action and cold, nutrient-rich waters help create the world's sweetest and best-tasting lobsters. BD

Day 8 - Kennebunkport, Boston
After breakfast, Caravan transfers you to the Boston airport, arriving at 10:00 a.m.

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Mayflower Tours - Rails and Sails Fall Foliage Tour

New England Fall Foliage Escorted Tours are still available but going fast...

8 day escorted land tour based on double occupancy $2098 per person includes:
12 Meals (4 dinners, 2 lunches and 6 breakfasts)
Round trip airport transfers
City tour of Boston with a local guide including the Freedom Trail and Boston Common
Lunch cruise through Boston's Inner and Outer Harbors
Dinner at one of Portland, Maine's bayside restaurants
Cruise along Maine's rocky shoreline and wooded islands of Casco Bay
Visit the Portland Museum of Art
Ride the Maine Eastern Railroad from Brunswick to Rockland and visit Camden Hills State Park
Ride the Conway Scenic Railway through New Hampshire's White Mountains
Travel along the Kancamagus Scenic Byway
See beautiful Quechee Gorge
Cruise aboard an old-time Maine coastal steamer replica on a Hyannis Harbor Cruise
Ride the Cape Cod Central Railroad through natural woodlands and cranberry bogs
Enjoy a delicious lobster dinner with all the fixins' on Cape Cod
Services of professional Tour Manager
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