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See the Colors of New England on a Fall Foliage Tour

8-day guided vacation, from $2,999* per person, departs September–October 2019

Highlights

  • AAA Members save $50 per person and receive a $50 credit to use toward a pre booked optional tour.

  • Book an air-inclusive journey and enjoy roundtrip home-to-airport private sedan service.

  • Enjoy a true taste of New England at a dinner featuring succulent fresh lobster.

Where You'll Visit

  • Boston
  • Stowe, Vermont
  • North Conway, New Hampshire
  • Boothbay Harbor, Maine
  • Kennebunkport, Maine

Details

Days 1-2 / Boston
Arrive in Boston and begin your New England fall foliage tour with a walk along the Freedom Trail with a local guide or a driving tour where you’ll see Boston’s iconic treasures including the Old South Meeting House, Public Gardens, Old North Church and Beacon Hill. Both tours stop at famed Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Enjoy dinner at a favorite local restaurant.

Day 3 / Boston – Woodstock – Stowe
Traditional white steeple churches, quaint villages and tree-covered mountainsides dot the charming landscape as you travel from Boston to Woodstock, Vermont. Spend time exploring the town and then visit the impressive mile-long Quechee Gorge before continuing to your resort in Stowe.

Day 4 / Stowe
Learn how apples are transformed into cider the old-fashioned way—using a rack and cloth press—a process that’s been handed down for generations at the Cold Hollow Cider Mill. Tour the Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory where you’ll learn about their ice cream and enjoy sampling the sweet treat. Spend the afternoon at leisure in Stowe.

Day 5 / Stowe – North Conway
Soak in the lovely New England countryside as you journey through the White Mountains of New Hampshire to North Conway. Learn about the importance of maple sugaring in the region during a stop at Rocks Estate, home to the North Country Conservation & Education Center.

Day 6 / North Conway – Lake Winnipesaukee – North Conway
Enjoy a cruise on stunning Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire’s largest lake, then visit the charming town of Wolfeboro, the oldest summer resort in America. Return to North Conway via the Kancamagus Highway, a scenic byway offering spectacular views of the White Mountains.

Day 7 / North Conway – Boothbay Harbor
Admire the rugged coastline of Maine on a drive along picturesque Ocean Point Road and then from a relaxing cruise through Boothbay Harbor. Learn about New England’s lobster industry and watch as a lobster trap is pulled aboard the boat with the day’s catch. Enjoy a special farewell dinner featuring fresh Maine lobster.

Day 8 / Boothbay Harbor – Kennebunkport – Boston
Travel through the seaside community of Kennebunkport where you’ll see Walker’s Point, former President George H. W. Bush’s summer home. Return to Boston and depart for home.

*Not valid on group travel. Purchase of roundtrip international or domestic U.S. airfare from MCV through AAA Travel required to obtain sedan service. Purchase of required internal airfare (as applicable) does not qualify for sedan service. Included in many U.S. cities within a 50-mile radius of more than 90 airport gateways. Service is available between 51 and 75 miles for a small fee. One transfer per room booking. Additional stops are not permitted on route. Other restrictions may apply; call for details.

Offered by: AAA Member Choice Vacations®

Want to learn more about this guided vacation? Call 888-890-2462 or contact a AAA Travel Counselor.

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David Kallas, AAA Travel Counselor, Murray, Utah

I'm all about once-in-a-lifetime trips to destinations such as the Cook Islands, Australia or an African safari. I love to plan trips that my clients return from not regretting anything.

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