Capture the beautiful scenery of the New England coast on this luxury coach tour from Boston, affording postcard-worthy views of beaches, harbors, wetlands, rugged cliffs and lighthouses. Travel north through North Shore and along the rocky coast of Maine, stopping in the quaint town of York to visit Stonewall Kitchens and then the famous Nubble Light (the Cape Neddick Lighthouse), one of the most iconic lighthouses in the country. Next a visit to Kennebunkport for lunch and free time to walk around. View President Bush's summer home from Walker Point. Final stop at a Berry Farm for a treat to cap off the day.
• 9 hours
Marvel at the spectacular New England countryside on this scenic fall foliage tour from Boston. Bring your camera along for a drive east among gently rolling hills to small towns in Massachusetts and New Hampshire dotted with age-old taverns, colonial churches, farms and prairies, all featuring a beautiful display of autumn’s stunning colors. Pass Willard Brook State Forest and Walden Pond, explore a quaint New England restaurant nestled among picturesque scenery, and stop at a lovely farm stand featuring a farm store and beautiful grounds. Your guide will navigate fall's changing colors as you tour across Boston, making stops in quiet New England towns along the way for you to capture photos of the brilliant landscape.
• 9 hours
Take this 1-day Maine Lighthouse Trail tour and see multiple lighthouses. Learn the history of the lighthouses, how the lighthouses are maintained and the many chores of the lighthouse keepers. The tour includes a stop at Stonewall Kitchen, one of New England's leading producers of jams, jellies and relishes, where you'll have the opportunity to sample over 50 different products. A traditional lobster lunch (chicken option is also available) is also included.
• 9 hours
On arrival in Portsmouth, enjoy a sightseeing tour of Portsmouth. You'll stop at Prescott Park, where you can enjoy over ten acres of flower gardens and walkways. Explore the Historic district checkout the specialty shops. After lunch, go on an Isles of Shoals cruise. Leave Portsmouth Harbor and discover the nine legendary islands located six miles off the coast. Settled by Captain John Smith, the Isles of Shoals have had a diverse history as a Mecca for fishing in colonial times, a hideout for notorious pirates, and a resort for intellectuals; all contributing to its role in the lore and legends of the Seacoast.
• 1 day
Your journey begins from your departure location in New Hampshire and will first take you past the Lake District then across the Kancamagus Highway, which is one of the most scenic roads in New England. After lunch, the tour continues on to the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tram, one of New Hampshire's most spectacular rides, to the top of Cannon Mountain. The last stop of the day will be a visit to the “Old Man in the Mountain Memorial.”
• 8 hours
Interested in how our wines are hand-crafted, right here in New Hampshire? Then, consider taking a “Meet the Winemakers” tour some Wednesday or Saturday afternoon. This intimate tour of the winery and chat with the winemaker is a fantastic way to experience Seven Birches Wines. Try a sample of “wine in progress”, chat with the winemaker and taste some delicious NH wines.Seven Birches Winery, located within the grand new Riverwalk Resort at Loon Mountain, in the White Mountains of NH, is hand-crafting classic European grape varietals and locally sourced fruits into wines of distinction.The fruit may be from around the world, but our wine embraces the spirit of New Hampshire. LIVE FREE.
• 1.25 hours
NEW HAMPSHIRE'S HOME FOR WATERFALL RAPPELLINGBest Extreme Outdoor Adventure in AmericaBring your family and friends to rappel Ripley Falls - one of New Hampshire's magnificent, 100+ foot waterfalls with the spectacular scenery of the White Mountains all around you. Enjoy a short [0.5 miles], scenic hike into the falls before you scramble to the top and rappel back down [up to 3 time per person]. This is a once in a lifetime experience and NEM is excited to have brought this adventure to New Hampshire, our program as a 'Top extreme outdoor adventure in America.'During this adventure, you can sit out any rappels that you are not comfortable with and there is always a walk down option. All rappels are backed-up by a mountain guide's fireman belay making this an amazing experience with minimum risk.
• 6 hours
Turn Manchester into a game while partaking on a 2-hour Walking Adventure. Your smartphone will act as your guide, while you solve clues and complete challenges around the city. Entry price is per team.
• 3 hours
Lowell, MA has experienced an incredible revitalization in the recent decade. The home of the country's first CVS, Market Basket, and even co-ed public school, Lowell is a unique city that was created in the 1800's as a planned manufacturing city. Once home to 40 mills, most have been re-purposed into interesting museums, art spaces, and local residences. Join us as we explore this historic town and learn more about its history, past and present, as well as enjoy a diversity of cuisine to represent Lowell as a melting pot of cultures. Join us on this historic tour around canalways in Lowell, Massachusetts to experience the most delicious food the city has to offer in the Greater Merrimack Valley. We will explore the history and unique eateries accompanied by a friendly and knowledgeable local guide.
• 3 hours
Operation City Quest is an open world scavenger hunt, in which you use your smartphone along with a remote guide to seek out 150+ items including monuments, statues, and unique points of interest. Challenges and trivia from your guide makes Operation City Quest fun for the whole family. This downtown adventure game is played for two hours while walking about 2 miles.
• 2 hours