Fall Colors of New England Tour

Revel in the vibrantly colorful landscape of New England!

If the idea of New England brings images of picture perfect villages, sleepy fishing towns, vast swathes of golden beaches and presidential summer homes into your mind’s eye, this trip will not disappoint. Starting in historic Boston you will visit lovely Cape Cod, bubbly Burlington and sea swept Maine, with each new place transformed under a blanket of vibrant fall foliage.

Your Itinerary:

Boston: Set out along the Freedom Trail to see the historic sites.

Burlington: Arrive in this picturesque town set on the shores of Lake Champlain.

Cape Cod: Visit the seashore with its massive sand dunes and long sandy beaches.

Montpelier: Stop at Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks for a sugarhouse visit and tasting of “sugar on snow,” maple sugar served on ice with a pickle.

North Conway: Discover this quintessential New England town full of historic buildings, quaint antique shops, bookstores and bakeries.

Portsmouth: See the city sitting near the mouth of the Piscataqua River, a short, wide river that divides New Hampshire and Maine.

Woodstock: Visit the town considered part of the “Quiet Corner,” known for its “tranquility, history and pastoral good looks”.

Your Trip Includes:

  • Audio Headsets provided throughout your holiday to enhance your included sightseeing experiences.
  • Seven Meals
  • Luxury air-conditioned motorcoach
  • Nine night hotel accommodations
  • City orientation tours
  • An expert Travel Director and separate driver
  • All hotel service charges, baggage handling fees and local taxes

General Trip Notes:

  • Rates are based on 40 paying passengers with the 41st and 42nd passenger complimentary. If you do not meet the minimum number of passengers stated above, David Tours will re-price your trip accordingly.
  • Driver gratuity is not included.
  • Rates and availability are subject to change until confirmed.
  • Call for additional rates and room types.
  • We make every effort possible to book all attractions, hotels, and dining as listed, but in events that are out of our hands, we must reserve the right to replace any attraction, hotel or dining with an equal or up-graded substitution.