STAR COLLECTOR: EASTERN SEABOARD GRAND TOUR

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Quebec City, Quebec, Canada



3 HRS

Easy

dining

wine

culture

concierge
Quebec City, Concierge Collection: Dine In Romantic Quebec
An historic treasure, the old quarter of Québec City offers attractive dining facilities from the quaint bistro to elegant and upscale restaurants offering Haute Cuisine. You will be charmed by the old world decor of century-old buildings and Victorian Houses which relate to the history and culture. A 4-course gourmet dinner including a cocktail on arrival, appetizer, choice of main course, dessert and one half bottle of wine will be offered in a selected restaurant where you will enjoy the innovative cuisine of renowned chefs.

Please note: A set menu will be offered with a choice of entrees, meal and dessert. An alternate venue may be offered.


price $279
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3.5 HRS

Strenuous

dining

wine

culture

concierge
Quebec City, Concierge Collection: Wendake Culinary Experience
This tour will offer guests a dining experience that perpetuates the millennial tradition of sharing and a refined meal celebrating the abundance of nature. La Traite Restaurant, located in the Wendake Hotel Museum, has an exclusive menu, carefully developed by Executive Chef Martin Gagné, featuring dishes inspired by First Nations cuisine prepared with what has been hunted, fished or gathered. This experience will be a chance to discover a unique palette of recipes using the Chef’s local favorite foods. Your tour will begin with a transfer to the Wendake Village in a private deluxe vehicle. Arrive at the Wendake Hotel Museum and you will be greeted with traditional drums and chanting. Continue for a private guided visit of the Museum’s permanent exhibition. A short walk will take you to Ekionkiestha Longhouse where you will witness a Unification ceremony. Guest will also enjoy Rhubarb water tasting in a typical Wendat cup. Following this unique experience, guests will reach the restaurant where a 4-course meal with 2 glasses of wine will be served.

Please note: The longhouse is not wheelchair accessible.  Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $329
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3 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Quebec City, Historic Quebec with Montmorency Falls
You will discover the charm and character of the Old Town as you explore the historic landmarks followed by a brief journey along the St-Lawrence River to view the spectacular scenery surrounding Montmorency Falls. You will start your tour at Dufferin Terrace located 200 feet above the waterway. From here you will have a spectacular view of the St. Lawrence River, Île d’Orléans, and the Laurentian Mountains. You will also be within a few steps of Québec’s most celebrated landmark, the Château Frontenac. After a brief overview from your guide, you will have approximately 20 minutes to independently visit the area. You will see Place-Royale a beautifully restored market square of typical 17th and 18th century stone architecture at the heart of the Lower Town. It is the location of the oldest standing Catholic church in North America, Notre-Dame-des-Victoires.  Find National Battlefields Park, also known as the Plains of Abraham, this park was the site of the historic battle where the French surrendered to the British in 1759. Located on the cliffs overlooking the St.-Lawrence River, the Plains of Abraham is now a beautiful 250-acre park with hills, gardens, monuments and artillery artifacts.  Cap-Diamant is located in National Battlefield Park, a photo stop opportunity will be made at Cap-Diamant which was named after the shiny stones explorer Jacques-Cartier mistook for diamonds. From here you will have spectacular views of the St Lawrence River, Lower Town, and surrounding countryside.  Your route will take you along the Grande-Allée, the Champs-Élysées of Québec lined with quaint shops, sidewalk cafés, and boutiques to the Hôtel du Parlement, an imposing Second Empire-style building overlooking the city. Within minutes of the walled city of Old Quebec are the beautiful pastoral landscapes of Quebec’s countryside.  A photo stop will be made at the Montmorency Falls where you will enjoy the breathtaking views and see the powerful forces of nature as the water of the Montmorency River roars down the cliff to eventually meet with the St. Lawrence River.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and layered clothing.


price $79
No longer available online. Please contact Vacation Planning at 1-800-258-7245 to inquire about waitlisted space.


3.5 HRS

Moderate

refreshments

walking

sightseeing
Quebec City, Microbrewery Tour
Discover Quebec City’s local beer brewing in this walking tour. Stroll the streets of Saint-Roch Quarter, this trendy downtown neighborhood bustling with IT workers, merchants, students, residents, artists and artisans. With its recent major facelift, Saint-Roch is home to many microbreweries where you will have the chance to taste different types of local crafted beers and learn about the owner’s crafts, installations and products. Beer enthusiast will enjoy privileged access to Quebec’s finest local micro-breweries. Accompanied a knowledgeable guide your walking tour will take you to three local micro-breweries and a tavern when you’ll savor local beer and enjoy tasting paddles, snacks and tips.

Please note; Wear comfortable walking shoes and layered clothing. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.


price $65
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3 HRS

Strenuous

dining

wine

culture
Quebec City, Quebec City Culinary Tour
On this 3-hour tasting tour, you will discover the Quebec City food culture. You will walk through the Old Port area, on cobblestone streets. You will be able to feel and taste the still-present French heritage mixed with a North American influence.  A few steps from one another, the restaurants will offer both local food tasting and a local alcohol pairing. You will enjoy a total of 12 different tastings and the certified tour guide will explain the uniqueness of the products used in each tasting venue. This will be an enjoyable culinary experience in a few of the best restaurants of Quebec City you might even have the chance to discuss with the Chefs the local products used.

Please note: This tour is a food discovery tour. Historical facts will be used to explain the culinary traditions. All of the restaurants are located in The Petit Champlain. Wear comfortable walking shoes and sunscreen. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.


price $55
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3.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

culture

walking

sightseeing
Quebec City, Rendez-vous with Wendat First Nation
Embark on a cultural journey to the First Nation of Wendat! Wendake, a quiet and peaceful village nestled in the woods on the outskirts of Quebec is the only community in Canada where the Huron-Wendat Nation is located. In this 3.5-hour tour, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in their culture and discover a Nation proud of its origin and its know-how. Upon arrival you will be met by a First Nation’s guide dressed in traditional clothing. You will enjoy a short welcome dance followed by a guided tour of the highlights of the village. In the longhouse you will become acquainted with the daily life and customs of the Huron people. Continuing to the smokehouse you will learn about the techniques used for meat drying and food preservation methods. In the Sweat Lodge you will learn about the spirituality of the Huron people as well as the techniques and process of purification used by their ancestors. Relax in the comfort of a large war canoe as your guide explains their construction and use. In a large tepee you will learn about the Huron’s lifestyle before the first contact with Europeans as well as their traditional and herbal forms of medicine.  Inaugurated in 2008, the Huron-Wendat Museum is an institution created to protect and promote the heritage of the Wendat people. With permanent exhibitions and numerous activities, the Museum carries out its mandate to teach and popularize the history, culture and art of the Wendat people and of others First Nations. Recognized in 1981 as an architectural and historic monument of national importance by Canada Heritage, this chapel, built in 1730, was modeled on the Santa Casa in Italy.  During your visit, you will discover artworks of Bourgault (a Wendat artist), ancient manuscripts, and much more. A natural site of rare beauty, the Kabir Kouba Falls plunges into a 138-feet- deep canyon. From 2007 to 2009, archeological digs revealed the vestiges of a flour mill, a saw mill and a paper mill built in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes


price $99
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3 HRS

Moderately
easy

walking

sightseeing

unesco
Quebec City, Augustine Monastery Guided Visit
This excursion will offer a cultural and heritage blueprint of Quebec City, the oldest settlement in North America full of rich culture and tradition and a UNESCO site. It will offer an exclusive opportunity to step back into time, and live an unforgettable experience during your walking tour within the historic walls of Le Monastère des Augustines. Learn about the past and present-day realities of the Sisters and participate in an interactive conference on Medicinal Herbs & Teas.  You will walk to Dufferin Terrace, located 200 feet above the waterway. You will have a spectacular view of the St.-Lawrence River, Île d’Orléans, and the Laurentian Mountains. You will also be within a few steps of Québec’s most celebrated landmark, the Château Frontenac.  You will walk to National Battlefields Park, also known as the Plains of Abraham.  Located on the cliffs overlooking the St.-Lawrence River, the Plains of Abraham is now a beautiful 250-acre park with hills, gardens, monuments and artillery artifacts. Located in National Battlefield Park, a photo stop opportunity will be made at Cap-Diamant which was named after the shiny stones explorer Jacques-Cartier mistook for diamonds. From here you will have spectacular views of the St.-Lawrence River, and surrounding countryside.  Then you will venture to Augustines Monastery. Sensitively restored and redesigned, as well as operated sustainably, Le Monastère des Augustines welcomes people of all cultures and beliefs and offers its guests a unique experience in holistic health, and to be part of a rare opportunity to connect directly with their remarkable heritage. The history of the Augustinian Sisters is a lesson of humanity. Compassion for human suffering, complete respect for the individual, and determination to offer healthcare on the cutting edge of science is at the heart of their values throughout the ages.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and layered clothing.


price $79
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3 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Quebec City, Historic Quebec with Montmorency Falls
You will discover the charm and character of the Old Town as you explore the historic landmarks followed by a brief journey along the St-Lawrence River to view the spectacular scenery surrounding Montmorency Falls. You will start your tour at Dufferin Terrace located 200 feet above the waterway. From here you will have a spectacular view of the St. Lawrence River, Île d’Orléans, and the Laurentian Mountains. You will also be within a few steps of Québec’s most celebrated landmark, the Château Frontenac. After a brief overview from your guide, you will have approximately 20 minutes to independently visit the area. You will see Place-Royale a beautifully restored market square of typical 17th and 18th century stone architecture at the heart of the Lower Town. It is the location of the oldest standing Catholic church in North America, Notre-Dame-des-Victoires.  Find National Battlefields Park, also known as the Plains of Abraham, this park was the site of the historic battle where the French surrendered to the British in 1759. Located on the cliffs overlooking the St.-Lawrence River, the Plains of Abraham is now a beautiful 250-acre park with hills, gardens, monuments and artillery artifacts.  Cap-Diamant is located in National Battlefield Park, a photo stop opportunity will be made at Cap-Diamant which was named after the shiny stones explorer Jacques-Cartier mistook for diamonds. From here you will have spectacular views of the St Lawrence River, Lower Town, and surrounding countryside.  Your route will take you along the Grande-Allée, the Champs-Élysées of Québec lined with quaint shops, sidewalk cafés, and boutiques to the Hôtel du Parlement, an imposing Second Empire-style building overlooking the city. Within minutes of the walled city of Old Quebec are the beautiful pastoral landscapes of Quebec’s countryside.  A photo stop will be made at the Montmorency Falls where you will enjoy the breathtaking views and see the powerful forces of nature as the water of the Montmorency River roars down the cliff to eventually meet with the St. Lawrence River.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and layered clothing.


price $79
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3.45 HRS

Moderately
easy

walking

sightseeing
Quebec City, Walking Tour & Tea At Chateau Frontenac
Your experienced guide will make the history of Québec come alive as you walk the charming cobblestone streets of the Old Town. Best explored on foot, you will discover nearly four centuries of history. Essentially a living museum, the Old Town is the only walled city in North America and was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Among the sites you will see is Place-Royale, a historic square once surrounded by the homes of wealthy merchants. Built and rebuilt several times, the square remains the heart of the Lower Town as well as the home of North America’s oldest standing catholic church, the Notre-Dame-des-Victoires. Around the corner from Place-Royale is the charming pedestrian-only area of Petit-Champlain. Along its narrow cobblestone streets, you will find an array of quaint boutiques, specialty shops and outdoor cafés as well as strolling musicians, jugglers, and street performers. From Lower Town to Upper Town, you will enjoy a short funicular ride to reach the Château Frontenac, perched on a hill overlooking the St.-Lawrence River. The castle-like Château is the best-known landmark in Québec. It was here that Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and William Mackenzie King met to discuss the allied strategy during W.W. II. You will have time to relax and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and sample the delectable pastries. Other sites you will see include  Dufferin Terrace  200 feet above the waterway, the Upper City passing Place d’Armes, the Québec Seminary, the Ursuline Convent, Place de l’Hôtel de Ville, and the Artists Alley. You will visit Holy Trinity church, the first Anglican Cathedral built outside the British Isles and Morrin Center, built over 200 years ago as the city’s first prison and now also houses one of the world’s most beautiful libraries. At the end of your tour, you will have the option of returning directly to the ship, or to stay in old town to shop and explore by your own.

Please note: This tour is not wheelchair accessible.  Wear comfortable walking shoes and layered clothing.


price $69
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Gaspe, Quebec, Canada



2.5 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Gaspe, Panoramic Tour of Gaspe
This is the perfect option for those who wish to discover the town of Gaspé by bus. Gaspé is unique, covering 376 square miles (975 square kilometers), with  93 miles (150 kilometers) of coastline exposed to the sea! Wherever one is in Gaspé, water – either fresh or salty – is never far away. The deep, coastal indentation is the Bay of Gaspé – a magnificent body of water sheltered by the surrounding mountains. Edged by sandy or pebble beaches, the bay becomes the gathering place for swimmers, boaters and water-sports enthusiasts. Located in downtown Gaspe, you will visit the Musée de la Gaspésie where you will enjoy a complimentary local snack and coffee service with an incredible view of the ship anchored at the Gaspé Bay. Visit the exhibitions which revolve around the history, art, heritage and culture of the region's people.  You will also visit the Jacques Cartier Monument National Historic Site, inaugurated in 1982 by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, that commemorates the principal scenes of the historic encounter between western and native cultures and the official act that gave birth to Canada. Finally you will see Christ-Roi Cathedral and the 1534 Commemorative Cross. Because of its audacious modern architecture, luminosity plays a singular role in this wooden cathedral. The building also holds a historic and artistic heritage that is unique on the Gaspé Peninsula. Across from the Christ-Roi Cathedral, you will find the celebrated 32-foot (10 meters) granite monolith that symbolizes the events of 1534 when Jacques Cartier took possession of the territory for the King of France. It was offered by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada as part of the festivities celebrating the 400th anniversary of the arrival of Jacques Cartier in Gaspé.

Please note:   Wear layered clothing according to weather and comfortable shoes. Bottled water will be available for purchase on the bus. This tour is wheelchair accessible but guests must be able to enter and exit the bus on their own


price $99
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5 HRS

Easy

outdoors

wildlife

walking

boating
Gaspe, Percé & Cruise around Bonaventure Island & Percé Sectors
One of the most popular activities in Percé is the 1.5-hour boat tour around the Parc National de l’Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé, which will take you to both sides of the famous Percé Rock and then out to see the thousands of birds nesting on the cliffs of Bonaventure Island. Bonaventure Island is home to a spectacular congregation of 300,000 sea birds, including razorbills, gulls, murres, and puffins. The island has 223 species of avian wildlife and the colony of 120,000 northern gannets is the most important and accessible in the world. You will disembark your boat and have time to walk around Percé Rock, exploring on your own on e. Here is one of the world’s largest and most spectacular natural arches and a proud testament to Gaspé’s geological heritage.  An unshakable mass of rock and limestone that is 375 million years old, it measures 1,420 feet in length, 295 feet wide, and 289 feet at its highest point.  Its weight is estimated at 5 million tons. The arch itself is 49 feet high.  

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. Guests must be able to walk about 1.5 miles over both flat and uneven surfaces with some steps. The sequence of sites visited may vary.

price $145
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4.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

walking

sightseeing
Gaspe, Walking in Forillon National Park
This easy walking tour informs guests about Gaspésie’s unforgotten past and fishing families’ way of life. A visit to Forillon National Park is sure to be a unique adventure. The tip of Forillon, which was declared a Canadian national park in order to preserve the wild beauty of its coast, reveals various geological formations and phenomena up to 450 million years old. Its majestic landscapes cover a 152 square mile-area that is carved out of the sea, cliffs and mountains. Here, where the land joins the sea, are born pebble beaches, dizzying cliffs, small coves, rocky capes and fine sand beaches. The presence of 10 different rock formations, colonies of seabirds and arctic-alpine plants give this park its unique character. The trail called Une Tournée Dans Les Parages (A Walk Around the Area) will start near the fishing harbor, at the Grande-Grave Heritage Site, where the Hyman & Sons store, the warehouse and the Blanchette House reveal an unforgotten past and attest to the way of life of fishing families. You will be taken back through fields and woods to a number of old houses and barns. Outdoor exhibits along the way recount the history of Grande-Grave. The bracing sea air and Forillon’s magnificent panoramas are sure to make your walk all the more pleasant!

Please note: Wear sturdy shoes or hiking boots (no sandals!) and appropriate outdoor clothing; rain gear if needed.


price $135
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5.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

boating
Gaspe, Whale Watching
This will be an exciting and informative whale-watching excursion! Perched atop steep cliffs, Gaspé and Percé are breathtakingly beautiful, and the bus ride that joins the two locations is an unforgettable experience.  As the bus winds slowly along the more than 62 miles of rugged cliffs and past sweeping bays, you can admire the most extraordinary panoramas in Eastern Canada.  The Bay of Gaspé, the cliffs of Forillon National Park, the Barachois de Malbaie (sand bar), the unique precipices along the coast in Percé, and, of course, its legendary rock offer an unending feast for the eyes. Then you will board your covered boat for your whale watching expedition. The waters of the Bay of Gaspé and the Gulf of the St. Lawrence are home to eight different whale species. Accompanied by a guide, you will observe these giant mammals and learn about the environment in which they live. Depending on the season and the food available, the following species may be observed in the Gaspé-Percé area: blue whales (the largest mammals in the world), spectacular humpback whales, as well as fin whales, minke whales, white-sided dolphins, harbor porpoises and seals.

Please note:  Wear warm appropriate outdoor clothing; rain gear if needed.

price $189
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Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada



1 hour

Moderately
easy

outdoors

culture

walking

sightseeing
Charlottetown, Historic Walking Tour
Relive the past on one of Canada's most famous streets, where every building and street corner has a story to tell, where you might just bump into a Victorian statesman or John Hatch, the town crier. This classic Charlottetown tour will be guided by a costumed Father of Confederation and will take visitors down one of only two national historic streets in the country -the very walk that the founding fathers strolled in 1864.  This 60-minute experience will include stops at Confederation Landing Park, St. Dunstan’s Basilica, the Great George Hotel (where some of the Fathers famously stayed), and concludes between two national historic sites – Confederation Centre of the Arts and Province House, where the Fathers actually met. You can either take the 10-minute walk back to the seaport with the "Father" or wander the downtown on your own. 

Please note:  Wear weather appropriate clothing, comfortable walking shoes and bring sunscreen and your camera.

price $39
No longer available online. Please contact Vacation Planning at 1-800-258-7245 to inquire about waitlisted space.


3.25 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

dining
Charlottetown, Lighthouse & Green Gables Tour
You will enjoy a scenic 45-minute drive to the quaint village of Victoria-by-the-Sea.  There will be a stop so you can take pictures of the lighthouse, small fishing harbor and heritage houses.  Then you will head for the Confederation Bridge.  At 8 miles long it is the longest bridge in the world built to withstand sea ice.  You'll be able to get pictures of the bridge and a lighthouse.  Then it's off to Green Gables National Heritage Site to tour the house and farm made famous in Lucy Maud Montgomery's novel Anne of Green Gables.  You'll have a light lunch there of a sandwich, coffee/tea/water.   Your next stop will be Prince Edward Island National Park.  At the Oceanview Lookoff you'll see the famous Cavendish Beach and the iconic red sandstone cliffs that rise above the ocean.  You'll follow the ocean on your way to North Rustico, which is one of the Island's largest lobster fishing harbors.  It's a great spot for pictures of fishing boats. On the way back to the seaport, you'll be travelling through rolling farmland where the world famous Prince Edward Island potatoes are grown.

Please note:  Wear weather appropriate clothing, comfortable walking shoes and bring sunscreen and your camera.

 
price $85
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3.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

outdoors

dining

sightseeing
Charlottetown, Mussels & Lobster Shore Boil
You will enjoy a scenic 45-minute drive through Eastern Prince Edward Island on your way to the shores of the beautiful Boughton River.  You'll meet Jim Conohan, who's been a fisherman all his life catching lobster and tuna and harvesting mussels.  Jim will show you how to find shellfish like clams and oysters along the shore, then, he'll bring in a mussel sock from the river and explain how Prince Edward Island has become the largest producer of mussels in North America. You will help open the sock, take out the mussels and clean them.  Jim will then cook the mussels and other shellfish you harvested and a 1-1/4 pound lobster for you.  As you enjoy your meal overlooking the river, Jim will tell you stories of fishing for Giant Bluefin Tuna.  After lunch, you'll take another scenic route on the way back to the seaport.

Please note:  Wear weather appropriate clothing, waterproof/ water resistant footwear and bring sunscreen.

price $199
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3 HRS

Easy

outdoors

refreshments

culture
Charlottetown, Oyster Lovers Experience
Board your motor coach for a scenic 30-minute tour through rolling farmland with coastal views on your way to the Pinette River Oyster Farm.  You will meet the oyster fisher and his wife at their home.  Learn about oyster production and you will have the opportunity to try using tongs to harvest oysters.  Learn how to shuck oysters and enjoy fresh shucked oysters and grilled hard shell clams.

Please note:  Wear weather appropriate clothing, and bring your camera.

price $189
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3.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

refreshments

culture

walking
Charlottetown, Taste The Town - A Culinary Walking Tour
If you're a Foodie and a history buff, you'll love this Taste the Town culinary walking tour; a leisurely 3.5- hour stroll through historic downtown Charlottetown.  Sample some of the Island's most unique foods and beverages while also meeting some of the people who produce or prepare them.  Try oysters, mussels, lobster, craft beer, hand-cut Island French fries and more.  You'll learn about the positive effects food, and food production have had on the development of the Prince Edward Island economy and your taste buds will be tantalized at each stop along the way.

Please note:  Wear weather appropriate clothing, comfortable walking shoes and bring your camera.

price $65
No longer available online. Please contact Vacation Planning at 1-800-258-7245 to inquire about waitlisted space.


3.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

refreshments

culture

walking
Charlottetown, Taste The Town - A Culinary Walking Tour
If you're a Foodie and a history buff, you'll love this Taste the Town culinary walking tour; a leisurely 3.5- hour stroll through historic downtown Charlottetown.  Sample some of the Island's most unique foods and beverages while also meeting some of the people who produce or prepare them.  Try oysters, mussels, lobster, craft beer, hand-cut Island French fries and more.  You'll learn about the positive effects food, and food production have had on the development of the Prince Edward Island economy and your taste buds will be tantalized at each stop along the way.

Please note:  Wear weather appropriate clothing, comfortable walking shoes and bring your camera.

price $65
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Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada



3 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

refreshments

culture

walking
Halifax, Craft Beer Experience
Stretching back to its naval beginnings, Halifax has long been known for its lively pub scene. It is said that Halifax has the greatest number of bars, per capita, in North America!   In a city filled with amazing pubs, Halifax is currently experiencing a craft beer renaissance with new craft and micro-breweries sprouting up around many corners. Your Craft Beer Experience will be led by a kilted guide who will enlighten your sightseeing with story-telling while visiting two popular pubs in the downtown area. Your first thirst quenching stop will be at a local brewpub where you are treated to samples of six locally produced craft beers.  See the on-site brewery, where staff will enlighten you on how the beverages are hand-crafted.  You will wind your way through the city streets arriving to the second venue, famous for its variety of beers on tap, you will sample four beers brewed by local micro-breweries.  Enjoy libations and stories all while relaxing in a traditional Irish pub atmosphere. With a variety of toe-tapping tunes, animated commentary and sample tastings of local craft beers at both locations, this afternoon will be a lively and memorable time for all.
 
Please note:  Guests must be minimum 19 years of age to participate in this excursion. Wear comfortable walking shoes & dress in warm layers.  Photo ID should be on hand.


price $69
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8 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Halifax, Full Day Private Car & Driverguide
Explore at your leisure with a private vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. This exclusive tour will allow you to customize your time ashore and explore the most interesting sites in the comfort and privacy of your own car. You will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore. See the iconic sites, or create your own personal stops to make the experience your own.

Please note:  Capacity: 1-3 guests. Private cars are ordered per vehicle (not per person). This tour includes transport in a private car, driver and English-speaking guide. Itinerary can be adjusted with tour guide as long as it’s in the area and does not exceed the duration of 8 hours. Recommended for physically challenged guests.


price $899
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8 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Halifax, Full Day Private Van & Driverguide
Explore at your leisure with a private vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. This exclusive tour will allow you to customize your time ashore and explore the most interesting sites in the comfort and privacy of your own van. You will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore. See the iconic sites, or create your own personal stops to make the experience your own.

Please note:  Capacity: 3 - 5 guests. Private vans are ordered per vehicle (not per person). This tour includes transport in a private van, driver and English-speaking guide. Itinerary can be adjusted with tour guide as long as it’s in the area and does not exceed the duration of 8 hours. Recommended for physically challenged guests.


price $1099
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Halifax, Half Day Private Car & Diverguide
Explore at your leisure with a private vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. This exclusive tour will allow you to customize your time ashore and explore the most interesting sites in the comfort and privacy of your own car. You will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore. See the iconic sites, or create your own personal stops to make the experience your own.

Please note:  Capacity: 1-3 guests. Private cars are ordered per vehicle (not per person). This tour includes transport in a private car, driver and English-speaking guide. Itinerary can be adjusted with tour guide as long as it’s in the area and does not exceed the duration of 4 hours. Recommended for physically challenged guests.


price $599
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Halifax, Half Day Private Van & Diverguide
Explore at your leisure with a private vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. This exclusive tour will allow you to customize your time ashore and explore the most interesting sites in the comfort and privacy of your own van. You will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore. See the iconic sites, or create your own personal stops to make the experience your own.

Please note:  Capacity: 3 - 5 guests. Private vans are ordered per vehicle (not per person). This tour includes transport in a private van, driver and English-speaking guide. Itinerary can be adjusted with tour guide as long as it’s in the area and does not exceed the duration of 4 hours. Recommended for physically challenged guests.


price $659
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3 HRS

Moderately
easy

culture
Halifax, Halifax & The Titanic Connection
Relive the history of the Titanic and learn of her amazing connection with Halifax. Although she lies approximately 2 miles below the surface of the North Atlantic it is possible to reach out and touch the Titanic story while in Halifax.  What the ship gave up on April 15, 1912, the City of Halifax now embraces. You will visit the 121 gravestones of her victims at Fairview Lawn Cemetery, then pass by sites connected to the aftermath of the sinking such as the morgue that accepted the body of John Jacob Astor, the church from which the unknown child was buried, and the pier from which the MacKay-Bennett, the death ship, sailed to the sinking site of the Titanic 700 nautical miles east of Halifax. Finally, you will visit the Maritime Museum where you will see the largest collection of wooden Titanic artifacts in the world and hear the tale of the visit to Halifax by the ship’s most famous survivor, the unsinkable Molly Brown. The legend of the Titanic lives on and this tour will give you some of that enduring mystique in this captivating experience.

Please note:  Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress in warm layers.
  

price $99
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1 hour

Moderate

sightseeing
Halifax, Harbor Hopper
Sign up for an hour of fun-filled land and water adventure aboard the famous Harbour Hopper.  Join your Captain and Guide who will introduce Halifax’s finest shops, restaurants, museums, and historic sites. Prepare yourself for a big splash as the Hoppers plunge into the harbor. View the Royal Canadian Naval Fleet and the spectacular sights along the waterfront and end up back at the ship with time for another tour or some shopping. Rain or shine this tour is guaranteed to make you smile!

Please note: Dress in warm layers, including a jacket to protect from Atlantic mists. This tour is not suitable for wheelchair guests or those with mobility issues.  Guests must be able to negotiate 10-12 steps on and off the vehicle.


price $55
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4.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

hiking

wildlife

sightseeing
Halifax, Peggys Cove and Coastal Hike
There are paths and hidden lagoons along the coastal waterways of Peggy’s Cove that many tourists and even locals alike do not get to witness.  You will do more than just visit Peggy’s Cove…you will experience it!  Departing the pier with your local guide enjoy a few of the cities highlights as you travel the scenic lighthouse route to Peggy’s Cove. Just outside of this famous village is the Peggy’s Cove Preservation Area, where you will enjoy a 1-hour guided coastal hike with your experienced naturalist guide. Enjoy spectacular scenic ocean vistas, scramble across ancient rocky slopes and find postcard perfect photo opportunities.  Be sure to look for porcupine, mink, deer and eagles as well as the myriad of sea life, keeping a keen eye out for whale, as this is the migratory route for local whale populations.  
After your hike, you will have a brief time on your own at Peggy’s Cove to explore and pick up a souvenir o if you wish, take time with your guide as you learn of the lobster fishery and see different styles of traps. This unique and adventurous tour to Peggy’s Cove is not to be missed!

Please note: Dress in warm layers, including a jacket to protect from Atlantic mists.  Proper hiking boots or shoes are required.



price $125
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3 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

walking

sightseeing
Halifax, Scenic Peggys Cove
Beautifully situated, Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse has long been an inspiration to artists and photographers.
You will embark on a scenic 60-minute drive along the winding coastal highway of the lighthouse route, passing picturesque fishing villages to Peggy’s Cove. Upon arrival  you may choose to join your kilted guide on a 20-minute optional walking tour of the Lower Cove, or simply enjoy approximately 1 hour of free time to explore this lovely village independently.  Be sure to have your camera ready to capture the stunning scenery of the world famous Peggy's Cove Lighthouse perched on the granite shores of the cove.  Another "must see" on site is the deGarthe Monument, found among a mass of boulders, this life-size granite carving depicts the life and the people of the area, created by local artist William E. deGarthe through the late 70s and early 80s.  Enjoy free time to peruse the quaint shops, stroll the picturesque harbor and photograph colorful clapboard cottages and fishing shacks. Returning to Halifax, you will take a short drive around the city to familiarize yourself with its many highlights.

Please note: Dress in warm layers, including a jacket to protect you from Atlantic mists.


price $85
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Bar Harbor, Maine



5 HRS

Moderately
easy

outdoors

culture

boating
Bar Harbor, Cranberry Islands
You will begin with a 30-minute scenic drive along a portion of Acadia National Park’s Park Loop Road designated one of America’s Most Scenic Byways before stopping at a scenic stop along Maine’s rocky coast. Continue to Northeast Harbor and embark the Sea Princess for a 2 ½-hour cruise fully-narrated by your local professional naturalist. A cruise to the Cranberry Islands is the ideal way to experience the beauty of Maine’s rugged coastline featuring lighthouses, seals and seabirds. Your cruise will include a 45-minute stop at the picturesque harbor town of Islesford on Little Cranberry Island to visit the Islesford Historical Museum and/or explore the island on your own. Operated by the National Park Service, the museum features ship models, tools, and photographs that reveal island life during the 19th and early 20th centuries, and will provide a glimpse of the hearty inhabitants that carved out a unique lifestyle on the island.  After visiting Little Cranberry Island, continue your cruise into the fjord of Somes Sound. Throughout your cruise, your naturalist will discuss the relationship between people and the sea, and search for wildlife. 

Please note:     This tour operates rain or shine. Dress in layers and bring a hat and raincoat or umbrella.


price $135
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2.5 HRS

Easy

outdoors

sightseeing
Bar Harbor, Discover Acadia National Park With A Ranger
Entering the National Park, your journey along 27-mile Park Loop Road will take you along the ocean’s edge passing Sand Beach, Schooner Head Overlook, and the High Seas Estate, a beautiful mansion built by a wealthy gentleman whose wife perished on the Titanic before ever stepping foot in her dream home.  Continuing past Otter Cliffs and the Gulf of Maine with beautiful views of the off shore islands, you will travel through pine wood forests and past the Jordon Pond House where you will have a beautiful view of the Penobscot Mountains and Bubbles Hill. With much of the land donated by John D. Rockefeller, you will see the romantic stone-cut bridges and evidence of the elaborate carriage trails built by this family at the turn of the century. Home to over 50 species of mammals keep your eyes peeled for white tail deer as you make your way around the Park Loop Road.  Your tour will culminate (weather permitting) with a photo stop from atop the 1,530-foot Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on North America’s Eastern seaboard.  With a 360-degree panoramic view, you will see how glaciers carved through the granite cliffs to form a beautiful landscape of lush forest, lakes and valleys.

Please note: This tour operates rain or shine. Dress in layers and bring a hat and raincoat or umbrella.



price $129
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6 HRS

Moderately
easy

outdoors

dining

sightseeing
Bar Harbor, Grand Tour Of Acadia National Park & Lobsterbake
The undeniable beauty and majesty of Acadia National Park is just a short hop from Bar Harbor but it probably feels like another world. After boarding your air-conditioned transportation at the pier, you'll travel along the Park's scenic Loop Road that encircles Mount Desert Island, home to Acadia National Park. Stop at the Hull's Cove Visitor Center and explore the extensive diorama of the park, collect maps, and trace the route you are about to take before setting off into the reserve. Sit back and relax as you pass by the many beautiful carriage roads and hand-cut stone bridges. You'll continue past famous sights including Jordan Pond House, and Otter Cliffs, before arriving at Cadillac Mountain, named for French explorer Sieur de la Mothe Cadillac, who migrated from France and settled in Maine during the 17th century, (and later moved west and established a little town called Detroit).  Cadillac Mountain rises 1,532 feet above Mount Desert Island. It's not only the tallest mountain in Acadia but is the highest point along North America's eastern seaboard and from October to March it's the first spot in the U.S. to see the morning sun. It may be windy up at the top but a walk up to the summit rewards you with dramatic 360-degree views of Bar Harbor, Frenchman Bay, and the Cranberry Islands. Then it's on to another natural wonder: Thunder Hole. This small inlet is famous for the thunderous clap that occurs when seawater crashes into the tiny inlet and water is forced out. If you decide to take a photo, be prepared to get soaked, the waterspout can explode as high as 40 feet! On your way to the restaurant you'll travel through picturesque Seal Beach. Once at the restaurant you'll enjoy a buffet lunch that includes lobster (steak is available for those who do not prefer lobster), clam chowder, corn on the cob, potato salad, coleslaw, and your choice of blueberry dessert or cake. After lunch, another must see photo stop is on the itinerary before you return to your ship. In the heart of the Park is the Jordan Pond House with a beautiful view of the Penobscot Mountains and Bubbles Hill as you explore the grounds. 

Please note: Dress in layers and bring a hat and raincoat or umbrella.


price $169
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1.5 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

culture
Bar Harbor, Haunted Walking Tour Of Bar Harbor
Join your costumed Wabanaki guide for a spirited walking tour of Bar Harbor's haunted places and hear Wabanaki Indian Tales of the supernatural. From lost loves and shipwrecks to ice monsters and witches, it is all here waiting for you in this 90-minute-long tour of spine tingling terror and hair raising discovery. Walk the winding paths of ancient curses and terror if  you dare.  

Please note:  This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility. Dress in layers, wear good walking shoes and bring a rain jacket or umbrella as this tour operates rain or shine.


price $29
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Provincetown, Massachusetts



3 HRS

Moderately
easy

outdoors

dining
Provincetown, Dunes & Clams
Imagine dunes stretching as far as you can see with wispy beach grass, dark green pine trees and deep red beach plums nestled in hollows which are brought together by a silhouette of blue sky. You will travel through the majesty dunes where your guide will point out the "dune shacks" where famous artists and writers like Eugene O'Neill and Harry Kemp became inspired to create their art. You will also pass the remains of the Peaked Hill Life Saving Station and learn how the brave "life savers” enacted their heroic efforts to save the lives of thousands from the doomed shipwrecks along the cape. You will board SUVs for the 60-minute drive to the dunes. Upon arrival to a beach-front location take to the sand for a traditional picnic-style clambake including a bowl of New England Clam Chowder , steamed clams or mussels , red russet potatoes, corn on the cob and a seasonal dessert.  

Please note: Wear layered clothing and good rubber soled shoes.


price $219
book tour


8 HRS

Moderate

dining

sightseeing
Provincetown, KennedyS Cape Cod
Spend a day in the Kennedy’s family footsteps as you explore the length of the cape.  You will learn about the shore’s ecosystem at the salt pond, take in the sights of Hyannis on a harbor cruise, lunch at the Daniel Webster Inn and explore the Kennedy Family Museum. From the pier you will depart on a 40-minute drive to the Salt Pond National Seashore Visitors Center. The facility offers frequent orientation movies, a well-stocked bookstore, a museum, and breathtaking views of Nauset Marsh and the Atlantic beyond.  Spend a few minutes here getting to know the ecology before continuing onto the village of Barnstable and Hyannis Port.  Here, you will embark on a 1-hour narrated harbor cruise discovering the various points of interest of the shore. The story is a fascinating (and sometimes comical) one that includes aspects of our maritime industry and the people who established the area. Points of interest include: Great Island, Squaw Island, the Kennedy Memorial, Point Gammon Light and the historic Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port. Following the voyage you will have a 30-minute drive to Sandwich, and the Daniel Webster Inn.  The Inn is named for the prominent 19th century attorney and US senator, who used to frequent a tavern on the site.  The Inn has offered Cape Cod lodging in one form or another for more than 300 years. You will enjoy a lunch here accompanied by a beer or wine of your choice. Following lunch, a few minutes is afforded to stroll the village before departing for the JFK Family Museum.  You will visit the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, a multimedia experience designed to open a window on the days JFK spent on Cape Cod; relaxing with family, days as President of the US when the Cape provided a time to relax and days spent sailing on the ocean. You will then return to Provincetown.

Please note:  Wear layered clothing and good rubber soled shoes. 


price $239
book tour


2 HRS

Moderately
easy

outdoors

walking

sightseeing
Provincetown, Walking Tour With Professor Rob
Learn about Provincetown's history, art and architecture on a fun and information walking tour. You will hear stories and learn all about the Sites Included: Pilgrims, Floater Houses, Ships in Libraries, Quiet Gardens and Alleyways, Forum 49 and Abstract Expressionism, Edward Hopper Views, Walter Chrysler, Vikings, Christopher Wren Inspired Tower, the Underground Railroad, Eugene O'Neill, Tennessee Williams, and more.

Please note:  This tour is not appropriate for guests with limited mobility. Guests need to able to keep up with the tour which consists of approximately 2 miles of walking and standing over 2 hours. This tour operates rain or shine and order of sites visited may vary. Wear layered clothing and good rubber soled shoes. 


price $49
No longer available online. Please contact Vacation Planning at 1-800-258-7245 to inquire about waitlisted space.

Newport, Rhode Island



3 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing
Newport, Beneath the Breakers
The 70-room summer estate of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, president of the New York Central Railroad, was built in 1895. Architect Richard Morris Hunt modeled the 4-story residence after 16th century Italian Renaissance palaces. You will discover this gracious and immense cottage of the Vanderbilt family on this unique outing offering a new perspective.  From the pier depart along America’s Cup Avenue and then Bellevue Avenue to The Breakers, the largest and best known of the summer cottages remaining from the gilded-age.  Upon arrival, begin in the caretaker’s cottage with a short video on the engineering of the manor before heading to see the massive boilers that powered all floors.  Take the 360-foot long tunnel that connected the boiler rooms to the basement of the house.  Here you will get an up-close look at the cutting-edge construction techniques, electrical and plumbing systems of more than a century ago, and their modern counterparts.  The home was the pinnacle of the available technology when constructed.  From the basement, head upstairs to the entry of the mansion.  You will collect your audio headset and begin your narrated exploration.  Be sure to look for the sculpted figures tucked above the pillars. The interior includes rare marble, alabaster, and gilded rooms with open-air terraces revealing magnificent ocean views. Noteworthy are a blue marble fireplace, rose alabaster pillars in the dining room, and a porch with a mosaic ceiling that took Italian artisans six months on their backs to install. Your tour will conclude in the extensive shop where time is afforded to browse before meeting your guide for the return to the pier.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.


price $199
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1.5 HRS

Moderate

walking

sightseeing
Newport, Colonial Walk
Newport is one of America's oldest cities and has the distinction of retaining more original colonial-period buildings than any other.  You will meet your guide and stroll through the heart of Newport's National Registered Historic Landmarks District and hear the story of how this long-neglected neighborhood became a model for historic preservation. With the help of tobacco heiress Doris Duke, who personally financed much of the restoration, the historic district is now home to more than 80 fully restored colonial homes.  Along the way, you will pass architect Peter Harrison’s Brick Market Museum, the Old Colony House, the White Horse Tavern, and the Quaker Meeting House.  Watch for the Touro Synagogue -- the oldest synagogue in the country and one of the many sites visited by Presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.  You will return to the quay via the square where Hollywood producer-director Stephen Spielberg filmed Amistad in 1997, among the city's most picturesque landmarks.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a jacket.


price $39
book tour


2.75 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing
Newport, Ocean Drive and Breakers
You will enjoy a narrated drive through Newport   as you take in the town's colonial section, including Washington Square, The Tennis Hall of Fame, Trinity Church, and Redwood Library. Drive down Bellevue Avenue, home to fabulous summer cottages, and get a glimpse of the Gothic church of Saint Mary's where Jacqueline Bouvier wed Senator John F. Kennedy. The highlight of your excursion will be a visit to one of the area's grandest palatial summer cottages, The Breakers, the most-visited attraction in Newport. Designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt for Cornelius Vanderbilt II, this Italian Renaissance palace was completed in 1895 in less than three years at a cost of approximately $7 million, which would be over $200 million today!

Please note: The order of sites visited might vary. This tour is wheelchair accessible, but not for scooters.


price $99
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2.5 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

sightseeing

boating
Newport, Rose Island Lighthouse
Enjoy a scenic harbor cruise to nearby Rose Island – an excellent way to appreciate the colonial heritage, yachting history and opulent estates of an area rich in maritime lore. You will see remains of 200-year-old Fort Hamilton and explore the fully restored Rose Island Lighthouse – now an important wildlife sanctuary. First lit in 1870, the Rose Island Lighthouse was lovingly restored to its original late-19th century ambiance in 1993, and is a classic example of American maritime architecture. Rose Island has been of strategic importance since the Revolutionary War. Today, it plays an important role as home to a number of migrating birds.  A visit to this “living museum” will offer an insight into a life spent tending the light and raising families in dedicated self-sufficiency.  You will join a naturalist guide for a brief stroll through the lighthouse grounds before re-boarding the boat and cruising back to the pier.

Please note: This tour will operate rain or shine. Rose Island is exposed to the elements; so wear comfortable non-skid footwear, and a windbreaker or rain jacket. This tour is suitable only for those in good physical condition.


price $89
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New York City, New York



4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing
Manhattan, City Tour & Transfer To Airport
See New York's top attractions and the best view of the city that never sleeps. Maximize your time before returning home by seeing a large swath of New York City. Join your local licensed NYC tour guide aboard the motor coach as you see Midtown Manhattan and its many iconic sites including; Central Park, Rockefeller Center , Times Square and Grand Central terminal . From Midtown tour down through the Financial District to see Wall Street and City Hall before disembarking the coach at the World Trade Center. Look to the past and future here as the area has transformed completely in just the last 5 years. Your guide will walk you through the mostly completed but still under construction site with free time at the 9/11 Memorial Park. Return to the coach for your drive to the airport.

Please note:   It is recommended that guests wear flat, comfortable shoes and should dress in layers and bring a hat and raincoat or umbrella as this tour operates rain or shine.


price $85
book tour


4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing
Manhattan, City Tour & Transfer To Hotel
See New York's top attractions and the best view of the city that never sleeps. Maximize your time on this tour seeing a large swath of New York City. Join your local licensed NYC tour guide aboard the motor coach as you see Midtown Manhattan and its many iconic sites including; Central Park, Rockefeller Center , Times Square and Grand Central terminal From Midtown tour down through the Financial District to see Wall Street and City Hall before disembarking the coach at the World Trade Center. Look to the past and future here as the area has transformed completely in just the last 5 years. Your guide will walk you through the mostly completed but still under construction site with free time at the 9/11 Memorial Park. Return to the coach for your drive to the hotel.

Please note:   It is recommended that guests wear flat, comfortable shoes and should dress in layers and bring a hat and raincoat or umbrella as this tour operates rain or shine.

price $85
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Newport, Rhode Island



3 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing
Newport, Beneath the Breakers
The 70-room summer estate of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, president of the New York Central Railroad, was built in 1895. Architect Richard Morris Hunt modeled the 4-story residence after 16th century Italian Renaissance palaces. You will discover this gracious and immense cottage of the Vanderbilt family on this unique outing offering a new perspective.  From the pier depart along America’s Cup Avenue and then Bellevue Avenue to The Breakers, the largest and best known of the summer cottages remaining from the gilded-age.  Upon arrival, begin in the caretaker’s cottage with a short video on the engineering of the manor before heading to see the massive boilers that powered all floors.  Take the 360-foot long tunnel that connected the boiler rooms to the basement of the house.  Here you will get an up-close look at the cutting-edge construction techniques, electrical and plumbing systems of more than a century ago, and their modern counterparts.  The home was the pinnacle of the available technology when constructed.  From the basement, head upstairs to the entry of the mansion.  You will collect your audio headset and begin your narrated exploration.  Be sure to look for the sculpted figures tucked above the pillars. The interior includes rare marble, alabaster, and gilded rooms with open-air terraces revealing magnificent ocean views. Noteworthy are a blue marble fireplace, rose alabaster pillars in the dining room, and a porch with a mosaic ceiling that took Italian artisans six months on their backs to install. Your tour will conclude in the extensive shop where time is afforded to browse before meeting your guide for the return to the pier.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.


price $199
book tour


1.5 HRS

Moderate

walking

sightseeing
Newport, Colonial Walk
Newport is one of America's oldest cities and has the distinction of retaining more original colonial-period buildings than any other.  You will meet your guide and stroll through the heart of Newport's National Registered Historic Landmarks District and hear the story of how this long-neglected neighborhood became a model for historic preservation. With the help of tobacco heiress Doris Duke, who personally financed much of the restoration, the historic district is now home to more than 80 fully restored colonial homes.  Along the way, you will pass architect Peter Harrison’s Brick Market Museum, the Old Colony House, the White Horse Tavern, and the Quaker Meeting House.  Watch for the Touro Synagogue -- the oldest synagogue in the country and one of the many sites visited by Presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.  You will return to the quay via the square where Hollywood producer-director Stephen Spielberg filmed Amistad in 1997, among the city's most picturesque landmarks.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a jacket.


price $39
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2.75 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing
Newport, Ocean Drive and Breakers
You will enjoy a narrated drive through Newport   as you take in the town's colonial section, including Washington Square, The Tennis Hall of Fame, Trinity Church, and Redwood Library. Drive down Bellevue Avenue, home to fabulous summer cottages, and get a glimpse of the Gothic church of Saint Mary's where Jacqueline Bouvier wed Senator John F. Kennedy. The highlight of your excursion will be a visit to one of the area's grandest palatial summer cottages, The Breakers, the most-visited attraction in Newport. Designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt for Cornelius Vanderbilt II, this Italian Renaissance palace was completed in 1895 in less than three years at a cost of approximately $7 million, which would be over $200 million today!

Please note: The order of sites visited might vary. This tour is wheelchair accessible, but not for scooters.


price $99
book tour


2.5 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

sightseeing

boating
Newport, Rose Island Lighthouse
Enjoy a scenic harbor cruise to nearby Rose Island – an excellent way to appreciate the colonial heritage, yachting history and opulent estates of an area rich in maritime lore. You will see remains of 200-year-old Fort Hamilton and explore the fully restored Rose Island Lighthouse – now an important wildlife sanctuary. First lit in 1870, the Rose Island Lighthouse was lovingly restored to its original late-19th century ambiance in 1993, and is a classic example of American maritime architecture. Rose Island has been of strategic importance since the Revolutionary War. Today, it plays an important role as home to a number of migrating birds.  A visit to this “living museum” will offer an insight into a life spent tending the light and raising families in dedicated self-sufficiency.  You will join a naturalist guide for a brief stroll through the lighthouse grounds before re-boarding the boat and cruising back to the pier.

Please note: This tour will operate rain or shine. Rose Island is exposed to the elements; so wear comfortable non-skid footwear, and a windbreaker or rain jacket. This tour is suitable only for those in good physical condition.


price $89
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Baltimore, Maryland



5 HRS

Moderate

culture

walking

sightseeing
Baltimore, Annapolis

At the pier in Baltimore meet your period-costumed guide and depart to the southeast for Annapolis.  The sightlines in Annapolis are punctuated by colonial spires and white sails. Every walk through the narrow alleyways of Maryland's capital is a journey back to the 18th century. The city's well-preserved cobblestone streets and squat, brick red Colonial architecture are a pleasure to explore on foot. Follow in the footsteps of heroes led by a Colonial guide. Use your senses of sight, sound and smell to take you back in time. Learn about life in the 18th century and the important figures who helped make Annapolis and Maryland what you see today. This walking tour will include exploring the great halls of the Maryland State House where George Washington was Commander-in-Chief. Next, step into the Naval Academy. Founded in 1845, the United States Naval Academy is home to 4,000 of the U.S. future naval leaders. As you tour this beautiful campus you will experience the sense of military tradition and heritage everywhere. Your visit will include the Naval Chapel*, the Crypt of John Paul Jones*, and Bancroft Hall*. The walking portion is just over 2 hours followed by free time to browse the waterfront for treasures.  At the appointed time you will meet your guide for the return to the pier.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. No weapons of any kind including pocket and pen knives are permitted inside buildings. *Interior visits when available.


price $89
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing
Baltimore, Baltimore City Tour
Enjoy a tour of “Charm City,” which will take in a visit to Fort McHenry, a scenic drive of Baltimore, and time at the Inner Harbor, with a visit to the impressive Top of the World Observatory. View the imposing star-shaped Fort McHenry National Monument. Most notable and worthy of a photograph is the massive American flag flying high above the fort. During your scenic drive, pass by some of Baltimore’s important sites such as John Hopkins University, Baltimore’s Washington Monument – a 178-foot high obelisk honoring the first president and the colorful neighborhoods that have defined the character and personality of Charm City. At Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, you will visit the world’s tallest equilateral 5-sided building designed by I.M. Pei. Lifts will whisk you to the 27th floor, where you can enjoy panoramic views of Baltimore and the downtown area, as well as interesting exhibits about the city. Enjoy approximately 1 hour of time at leisure to experience the hustle and bustle of the Inner Harbor with its many shops, restaurants and fabulous views.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. This tour is mainly a coach tour with very limited walking involved apart from an approximate quarter mile walk to the entrance of Fort McHenry (however it is possible for guests to remain on the coach at this stop). Walking during the free time is at your own discretion.


price $109
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8 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing
Baltimore, Washington DC On Your Own
Explore the beautiful city of Washington DC – America’s capital – as you enjoy time at leisure to discover the sights. After an approximate 90-minute drive you will  arrive into Washington DC where you can become acquainted with this cradle of US history, forum for global issues and virtual open-air museum during your free time. Centrally located on the National Mall, your drop-off point is the National Air and Space Museum. This spot is an ideal place from which to start your independent discovery. You may wish to begin with a visit to the museum to see a moon rock and the Wright brothers’ plane that launched the age of aviation. Other must-see exhibits include the Spirit of St. Louis and the Apollo 11 command module. The decision of what you do during your period of free time is up to you.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. This tour is a transfer with a guide on board the transport only who will remain at the Air and Space Museum throughout the day should you need the guide. You are responsible for being at the designated pick-up point at the correct time. There is no shuttle bus operating to Washington from the ship in Baltimore. Entrance fees, refreshments and meals are not included in the cost of this tour. The Smithsonian Museums including the Air and Space Museum have just started to install airport-like security checkpoints that can result in delays entering the museums.


price $149
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8.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

walking

sightseeing
Baltimore, Welcome To Washington DC
This full-day tour will offer you a well- rounded overview of this dynamic capital city. From the pier in Baltimore you will depart for the nation’s capital, Washington DC. After approximately 90 minutes you will arrive at Arlington National Cemetery, the United States’ most important burial ground. This shrine occupies approximately 624 acres on the high hills overlooking the capital. More than 400,000 people are buried here, including veterans of all national wars, Supreme Court justices, literary figures, slaves, presidents, astronauts, and other national heroes. Spend 1 hour here exploring the grounds on foot seeing the most memorable resting places of history’s notable, including the grave of former US president John F. Kennedy with the eternal flame. Continuing, you will be introduced to the highlights of DC, which include the magnificent Lincoln Memorial anchoring the National Mall, an awe-inspiring tribute to this country’s 16th President. It also served as the location for Martin Luther King’s memorable “I Have A Dream” speech in 1963. The nearby Korean War Veterans Memorial consists of a circular Pool of Remembrance in a grove of trees, and a triangular Field of Service depicting a platoon of 19 larger than life American soldiers of different ethnic backgrounds on patrol. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is located on the grounds adjacent to the Lincoln Memorial, and is an impressive structure featuring the names, in chronological order, of more than 58,000 dead or missing servicemen and women. Enjoy a brief photo stop outside the White House. Proceed to Union Station and enjoy lunch on your own. Designated a historic landmark of great importance, Union Station is a monument to the great railway age of days gone by. Today, it is also a spectacular retail, shopping, dining, and entertainment complex. Next enjoy some time at leisure and, if you wish, you may visit the Air and Space Museum, one of the most well-known museums in Washington, and the world’s most visited museum. Or head to the National Mall, where you can view the US Capitol Building, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Museums complex, the Jefferson Memorial, the Potomac River and many other Washington landmarks.  After approximately 90 minutes you will board your transport once more and make your way back to your awaiting ship in Baltimore.

Please note:  This tour involves approximately 3 hours of walking and standing, mainly at your own discretion. Lunch is at your own expense. The order in which sites are visited may vary due to local traffic. As weather conditions can change very quickly and much of the tour is outside, it is recommended that you dress in layers and bring a waterproof jacket. The Smithsonian Museums including the Air and Space Museum have just started to install airport-like security checkpoints that can result in delays entering the museums.


price $155
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Norfolk, Virginia



6.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

refreshments

dining

walking

sightseeing
Norfolk, A Taste Of Norfolk
Enjoy a narrated tour through Norfolk's beautiful historic and restored areas. Your guide will point out many attractions adjacent to the cruise terminal and downtown area, such as Nauticus, the Battleship Wisconsin, and the historic Moses Myers House. You will drive by old St. Paul’s Church, which still has a cannonball embedded in its outside wall! View the Chrysler Museum of Art and the old Freemason Historic District. See the beautiful turn of the century homes along The Hague and the historic Ghent district. Visit the Norfolk Botanical Garden, which dates back to 1938, and is considered a premiere example of horticultural excellence on the east coast of the United States. The Garden represents 155-acres of colorful landscapes, unusual flowers, mature forests and seasonal plantings. Relax on a narrated trackless train ride through the garden, and spend time browsing in the Garden Gift Shop. Next enjoy lunch at the Norfolk Yacht & Country Club overlooking the marina on the Lafayette River. Visit the Hermitage Museum and Gardens, nestled alongside the picturesque Lafayette River, this Tudor-style mansion was built in 1908 and features an outstanding collection of Eastern and Western art. The museum’s collections are displayed in a unique home-like setting and represent the arts from across the globe. No visit to Norfolk would be complete without a stop at Doumar’s, home of the world’s first ice cream cone machine. Abe Doumar created the first ice cream cone at the World’s Fair of 1904 in St. Louis. Today, the family business still bakes cones on the original cone machine. While there, a member of the Doumar family will give you an introduction and you will be treated to a tasty ice cream cone before boarding the bus to return to the ship.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $169
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7 HRS

Moderate

walking

sightseeing
Norfolk, Colonial Williamsburg With Admission Ticket
Depart via motor coach for the 60-minute drive to the charming town of Williamsburg. A dedicated, licensed tour guide will provide interesting and informative narration during the ride about the historic Virginia Peninsula and the Coastal Virginia area. Your guide will also discuss the significance and history of Colonial Williamsburg and its restoration, as well as the Historic Triangle area of Virginia, including Jamestown and Yorktown. Colonial Williamsburg is the restored capital of the colony of Virginia, and the largest “living museum” in our country.  Occupying almost 200 acres of land, over 500 buildings are featured in the restored area, with 88 of them being original to the 1700’s and early 1800’s. You will experience a full day touring this living museum, with an admission ticket providing entry into the many exhibition buildings, including the Capitol and the Governor’s Palace. Tour historic homes, public buildings and 18th century craft shops where costumed hosts will recreate the sights and sounds of America 200 years ago. You will also enjoy free time to shop and browse in the many unique specialty shops in Merchants Square. High quality apparel, gifts, jewelry, unusual quilts, beautiful furniture and holiday decorations are but a few of the offerings found in this quaint, picturesque shopping area. You may choose to have lunch or a snack on your own in one of the many dining establishments in Merchants Square.

Please note:  Wear comfortable walking shoes and layered clothing.


price $155
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7 HRS

Moderate

dining

walking

sightseeing
Norfolk, Jamestown Settlement & American Revolution Museum At Yorktown
Board the motor coach with your guide to visit the historic Virginia Peninsula and the Jamestown Settlement. Your guide will provide interesting and informative narration during your ride about the Coastal Virginia region and historic triangle area.  Sights en route include the Norfolk Naval Base, the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel and the Chesapeake Bay Harbor. Jamestown was England’s first permanent colony in the New World. Its real significance is an enduring legacy of language, culture and government. A unique blend of indoor gallery exhibits and outdoor living history tells the story of Jamestown’s English inhabitants and the Native Americans who lived here. Outside, you will see the replicas of the three English ships that arrived in Virginia in 1607, the re-created James fort as well as the re-created village of the Powhatan Indians. View the film “1607, A Nation Takes Root” to gain an in-depth knowledge of the founding of Jamestown and the reasons for the settlement. Enjoy time to shop in the beautiful gift shop located on site. A boxed lunch will be included at the Jamestown Cafe.  Following lunch, drive along the scenic commercial free Colonial Parkway and enjoy views of the James and York Rivers  on the way to the newly opened American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, one of the foremost sites that tell the story of  America’s founding. Your guide will provide interesting and informative narration during your ride about the Hampton Roads region. You will also learn the significance and history of Colonial Williamsburg and its restoration, as well as Yorktown. Sights to see include the Norfolk Naval Base, the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel and the Chesapeake Bay Harbor. The American Revolution Museum offers a true sense of the transformational nature and epic scale of the American Revolution and the richness and complexity of the country’s Revolutionary heritage. The permanent exhibition galleries feature period artifacts, immersive environments, dioramas, interactive exhibits and short films, including an experiential theater presentation, “The Siege of Yorktown.” You will also see a living-history Continental Army encampment and Revolution-era farm.

Please note; Wear comfortable walking shoes. This tour is wheelchair accessible.


price $175
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Norfolk, Norfolk Highlights
This tour is an ideal way to get acquainted with Norfolk and its maritime and military history in a short time. Enjoy a narrated driving tour through the city’s beautiful historic district and restored areas. Your tour guide will point out such sights as Nauticus, the National Maritime Center and the Battleship Wisconsin. Next, pass by old St. Paul’s Church, built in 1739 and the lone survivor of the 1776 bombardment by the British. Most remarkable is a cannonball embedded still in its outside wall. Your drive will continue through historic districts and past the Chrysler Museum before entering Naval Station Norfolk. This  is the home port to over 59 ships, 18 aircraft squadrons and headquarters of the Atlantic Fleet.  Along the base’s piers, you will have the chance to view submarines, aircraft carriers and numerous other vessels. See the beautifully landscaped historic homes built for the 1907 Jamestown Exposition on “Admiral’s Row” which now house flag officers.  You will enjoy a visit to MacArthur Memorial, the final resting place of 5-star General Douglas MacArthur and his beloved wife, Jean. View the memorabilia housed in Norfolk's historic city hall which not only trace the life and times of General MacArthur, but the military history of the United States. You will also have the opportunity to view the 25-minute film which chronicles General MacArthur’s life. Nine separate galleries arranged in two levels circle the rotunda and tell the story of General MacArthur and the millions of American men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces from the Civil War through the Korean War. A gift shop with unique memorabilia is located on the premises.

Please note; All guests visiting any military installation MUST have a picture ID (driver’s license, military ID, passport), and no bags other than pocketbooks or camera cases will be allowed on base. Do not bring any pocket knives, scissors, or nail files on this tour. All persons are subject to personal search and any guests coming from Kentucky, Maine, Montana, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Washington, Minnesota or Missouri,  are from a state that is not compliant with the congressionally mandated REAL ID Act of 2005.  Therefore, guests seeking base access from these states will require a secondary form of identification such as passport, state or local government ID, copy of birth certificate issued in US, or social security card without restrictions, Medicare card. Additionally, all guests who have medical devices (pace makers, stents etc.) which cannot go through a security scanner must produce their medical card related to those appliances or they will not be allowed to continue on the tour.


price $65
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2 HRS

Moderately
easy

refreshments

walking

sightseeing
Norfolk, Norfolk On Foot
Get to know Norfolk on a leisurely 2-hour guided walking tour. See public buildings that feature a variety of architectural styles and unique public art while learning the history of this bustling seaport city. Walk past Nauticus, an innovative museum that's part science center, aquarium and interactive museum.  From here you’ll pass by the mighty U.S.S. Wisconsin, the largest and last battleship built by the U.S. Navy. Nearby is the ornate Taiwanese Pagoda, a gift from the Republic of China in 1983 which features exquisitely manicured grounds and gardens on a 1-acre plot. Then, you’ll walk to the quaint Freemason area, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and recently named one of America’s Top Ten Neighborhoods. As you walk along its tree lined cobblestone streets you’ll see many beautiful pre-Civil War structures that date back to the 1790s. Step into a charming refreshment stop at Cure, a local coffeehouse and eatery.  Enjoy light refreshments and relax before crossing into downtown proper, walk by St. Paul's Church, Norfolk's oldest building, and The Moses Myers House, one of the first brick homes built after the Revolutionary War. Pass by the General Douglas MacArthur Memorial, the final resting place of the general and Mrs. MacArthur and regarded as one of the finest military museums in the country. Your walking adventure will conclude at MacArthur Center Mall where you will have free time for shopping. You may make your own way back to the ship, approximately a 5-minute walk.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $39
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Bimini, Bahamas



2 HRS

Moderately
easy

wildlife

sightseeing

boating
Bimini, Mangrove & Healing Hole Adventure
Ideal for nature lovers!  See wild life, beautiful views, and peaceful scenery on a very calm and tranquil tour. Take a short walk from the ship to the dock where you will board your waiting boat. For the next 2 hours you'll navigate through the maze of channels in the Bimini mangroves before making a stop at the MLK Memorial, built at the very spot where Martin Luther King Jr. rested during his visit to the mangroves and received his inspiration to write the "I Have a Dream” speech. Continue to the healing hole, believed to possess healing and rejuvenating properties.

Please note: Wear your swimsuit and bring a towel, sunscreen, and snacks. Water and ice will be provided.


price $115
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2.5 HRS

Moderate

snorkeling

boating
Bimini, Snorkel Shipwreck Adventure
Here is an adventure that is great for underwater explorers and history lovers! Learn the history and myths of the legendary SS Sapona, the cargo steamer that ran aground in 1926 during a hurricane. It is easily visible above the water and has become a landmark and popular site for diving and snorkeling. It’s a short walk from your ship to the dock where you will board your boat for the 45-minute ride to the Sapona. Don your snorkeling equipment and you’ll have an hour to swim through this unique concrete vessel now home to colorful fish and sea life. You will also  visit a coral reef named Turtle Rock, known for the large coral brains that peak out of the water during low tide.This historic site has cultural value and well as being an entertaining site to snorkel. 

Please note: Wear your swimsuit or wet suit and bring a towel, sunscreen, snacks and your own snorkel equipment if you wish. Water and ice will be provided as will snorkeling gear. Average depth is 15 feet.


price $129
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3 HRS

Moderately
easy

wildlife
Bimini, Stingray Encounter
This excursion will take you to a secluded beach inhabited by friendly stingrays who will swim up to you in search of treats! The stingrays are not in captivity, they are not in a tank, they are not trained, and you can swim with friendly but wild stingrays in their natural habitat. You will take a short walk from the ship only 150 yards to the dock to board a boat for a 45-minute ride to the beautiful white-sand beaches of Honeymoon Harbor to meet the stingrays.You will be given snacks for  the stingrays and shown how to properly and safely handfeed these friendly and docile creatures. You’ll have 90 minutes to pet, feed and swim with these beautiful animals while admiring their beauty from up close. 

Please note: Wear your swimsuit and bring a towel, sunscreen, and snacks. Water and ice will be provided.


price $185
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3.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

wildlife
Bimini, Wild Dolphin Expedition
The dolphins are not in captivity, they are not in a tank, and they are not trained.  This is an opportunity to swim with wild dolphins in their natural habitat. Swimming with wild dolphins is a magical and life changing experience. In this expedition, you will take a short walk to the boat dock for a 45-minute ride to the dolphin grounds. You will be accompanied by onboard researchers who will provide insights and answer questions about the magnificent creatures. You will have 90 minutes to see, interact and swim with a resident population of Atlantic Spotted and Bottlenose Dolphins in their natural environment. Bimini is the only place in the Bahamas and one of only five places in the world where this can be done.

Please note: Wear your swimsuit and bring a towel, sunscreen, and snacks. Water and ice will be provided.


price $259
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Samana, Dominican Republic



4 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

refreshments

sightseeing

beach
Samana, ATV Adventure - Double Rider
Meet your guide at the tender pier and receive a safety briefing and instructions on the operation of your ATV at the Ranch. Then you will be ready to travel off-road, caravan-style, en route to discover the interior of the Samaná Peninsula. Along the way you will see areas of interest while your expert tour guide will provide you with information related to the places you will visit. Your first visit will be to a typical Dominican rural house to know a little more about the culture and way of life of Dominican people. Afterwards  you will photo stop at the Lulu waterfall. Your final stop will be a visit to Playa El Valle, a remote and untamed white-sand beach fringed with palm trees. Make your way to a picturesque waterfall where you can relax and take a freshwater dip prior to driving back to the tender facility.

Please note:  Minimum age for the driver is 18 years old. Driver license is required. Pregnant women,  and people with neck or back injuries are not permitted. Wear sunglasses and a cap/head covering in order to protect your eyes and head from the sun and bring sunscreen and your swimsuit and towel is you want to take a swim.


price $69
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4 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

refreshments

sightseeing

beach
Samana, ATV Adventure - Single Rider
Meet your guide at the tender pier and receive a safety briefing and instructions on the operation of your ATV at the Ranch. Then you will be ready to travel off-road, caravan-style, en route to discover the interior of the Samaná Peninsula. Along the way you will see areas of interest while your expert tour guide will provide you with information related to the places you will visit. Your first visit will be to a typical Dominican rural house to know a little more about the culture and way of life of Dominican people. Afterwards  you will photo stop at the Lulu waterfall. Your final stop will be a visit to Playa El Valle, a remote and untamed white-sand beach fringed with palm trees. Make your way to a picturesque waterfall where you can relax and take a freshwater dip prior to driving back to the tender facility.

Please note:  Minimum age for the driver is 18 years old. Driver license is required. Pregnant women,  and people with neck or back injuries are not permitted. Wear sunglasses and a cap/head covering in order to protect your eyes and head from the sun and bring sunscreen and your swimsuit and towel is you want to take a swim.


price $119
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3.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

outdoors

wildlife

boating
Samana, Caves & Mangroves Exploration
After a safety briefing, you will depart from the pier aboard speedboats for a truly unique ecological experience. Los Haitises National Park is a protected virgin forest accessible by water and represents a growing destination for ecotourism. The number of visitors allowed is limited to this tour and is for those who want a unique experience. Haitis (singular) means highland or mountain range in the Taino Indian language, although the elevation of the park's hills ranges from 98–130 feet. There is a multitude of caverns, adorned with pictographs and petroglyphs. You will circle the small cay known as "Bird Island" while your expert guide explains the importance of the many migratory and indigenous birds that inhabit the mangroves and island. After cruising around Bird Island, your captain will dock the boat at one of the fascinating caves. You will discover stalagmites and stalactites, as well as view ancient paintings and sculptures that represent the gods of the Taino Indians, native to this island.

Please note:  Bring your swimsuit, beach towel, sunglasses and a cap/head covering in order to protect your eyes and head from the sun, wear sunscreen and comfortable clothing.  Not recommended for guest with back or neck injuries.


price $149
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4.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

sightseeing

beach
Samana, Discover Samana
Indulge in the sights and sounds that are distinctly embodied in the Samaná Peninsula. Enjoy narration from your friendly guide as he or she points out areas of interest en route to your first stop, La Churcha. This unusual church, circa 1860, was brought from England and re-assembled piece by piece in Samaná. Next, you’ll head to a small exhibition featuring the skeletal remains of a humpback whale. This whale museum reveals some of the mysteries of humpback whales. These magnificent creatures have been making their annual pilgrimage to the waters off the Samaná Peninsula for centuries. Next, re-board your transportation for a scenic ride to Barbacoa. After stopping for photos of the panoramic view, you will proceed to the seaside resort community of Las Terrenas. Enjoy free time to relax, take a swim at this beautiful beach or just sunbathe on over 600-feet  of white-sand beach of Restaurant El Porto, a casually, elegant, open-air, 5-star atmosphere in Las Terrenas.

Please note:  Bring your swimsuit, beach towel, sunglasses and a cap/head covering in order to protect your eyes and head from the sun, wear sunscreen.


price $115
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

horseback

outdoors
Samana, Salto El Limon By Horseback
An unforgettable adventure awaits as you to explore the interior of the Samaná Peninsula, where the mountain range ascends 2,100 feet. Board your air-conditioned transportation for the transfer to the stables. Upon arrival at the ranch, you will be greeted by your friendly guides who will provide a safety briefing and instructions on how to handle your horse. Each rider will be assisted by a skilled horse handler, who helps you navigate up the rocky slope. Discover isolated villages and a variety of vegetation from coffee to tropical fruit. Your horseback ride will wind along a path through the countryside for approximately 30 minutes. Then dismount for an optional hike down the hill and across a shallow stream before reaching your reward – a spectacular waterfall. See the cascade of cold water descending 120 feet. Relax nearby with the cooling mist or take a swim in the refreshing natural pool. Afterwards, you will hike back to your horse before returning to the ranch on horseback.

Please note:  Bring your swimsuit, beach towel, sunglasses and a cap/head covering in order to protect your eyes and head from the sun, wear sunscreen. Wear long pants for horseback riding, and closed-toe shoes.  Pregnant women and people with neck or back injuries are not permitted.


price $79
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San Juan, Puerto Rico



4 HRS

Moderately
easy

culture

sightseeing
San Juan: Bacardi Distillery & Rum Tasting – Awaken Your Senses with Transfer to Airport
You will board your coach for the 30-minute ride to the Bacardi Distillery.  Start your tour at the new Bacardi Visitor Center. Learn about the past, present, and future of the world’s most awarded rum and spirits. Relive the history and see how Bacardi evolved from being a small rum manufacturer in Santiago de Cuba to becoming the untameable Spirit that it is today. You will learn about Bacardi’s rum making process, its legendary cocktails, and you will be tasting 4 of the best hand-crafted cocktails prepared by Bacardi mixologists. There will be time to visit the Gift Shop and find an array of Bacardi rums, souvenirs, and collectibles. Bottles can even be engraved. You will enjoy the view of Old San Juan from their pavilion that’s shaped like a bat or just sit back and relax in the Lounge. You will find out why tourists have made Bacardi a must see in Puerto Rico.You will be transferred to the airport.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and walking shoes. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to participate on this tour.  


price $169
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

culture

sightseeing
San Juan: Bacardi Distillery & Rum Tasting – Awaken Your Senses with Transfer to Hotel
You will board your coach for the 30-minute ride to the Bacardi Distillery.  Start your tour at the new Bacardi Visitor Center. Learn about the past, present, and future of the world’s most awarded rum and spirits. Relive the history and see how Bacardi evolved from being a small rum manufacturer in Santiago de Cuba to becoming the untameable Spirit that it is today. You will learn about Bacardi’s rum making process, its legendary cocktails, and you will be tasting 4 of the best hand-crafted cocktails prepared by Bacardi mixologists. There will be time to visit the Gift Shop and find an array of Bacardi rums, souvenirs, and collectibles. Bottles can even be engraved. You will enjoy the view of Old San Juan from their pavilion that’s shaped like a bat or just sit back and relax in the Lounge. You will find out why tourists have made Bacardi a must see in Puerto Rico.You will be transferred to your hotel.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and walking shoes. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to participate on this tour.  


price $169
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2.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

culture

walking

sightseeing
San Juan: Old San Juan Fortifications with Transfer to Airport
You will meet your driver and knowledgeable guide and board your coach for the short ride to San Cristobal Fort and Fort San Felipe del Morro.  You will learn about the mystery of the sentry boxes and much more. Fort San Felipe del Morro is a 16th century citadel and San Cristobal Fort is the largest fortification built by the Spanish in the New World. You will spend about 90 minutes walking through these sites, learning the history and culture of these interesting sites. Transfer to the airport.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and non-slippery shoes.

price $95
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2.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

culture

walking

sightseeing
San Juan: Old San Juan Fortifications with Transfer to Hotel
You will meet your driver and knowledgeable guide and board your coach for the short ride to San Cristobal Fort and Fort San Felipe del Morro.  You will learn about the mystery of the sentry boxes and much more. Fort San Felipe del Morro is a 16th century citadel and San Cristobal Fort is the largest fortification built by the Spanish in the New World. You will spend about 90 minutes walking through these sites, learning the history and culture of these interesting sites. Transfer to the your hotel.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and non-slippery shoes.

price $95
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3 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

walking

sightseeing
San Juan: Old San Juan Walking Tour with Transfer to Airport
Not every day will you get an opportunity to visit the 2nd oldest city in the world.  For about 90 minutes you will walk the cobblestone streets accompanied by an expert guide who will give you interesting information on many amazing structures and relate events that make Old San Juan a must-do on your bucket list. You will visit San Cristobal Fort, the largest fort built by the Spanish in the New World.  Learn the mystery of the sentry boxes and other memorable facts. Then transfer to the airport.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and walking shoes.

price $115
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3 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

walking

sightseeing
San Juan: Old San Juan Walking Tour with Transfer to Hotel
Not every day will you get an opportunity to visit the 2nd oldest city in the world.  For about 90 minutes you will walk the cobblestone streets accompanied by an expert guide who will give you interesting information on many amazing structures and relate events that make Old San Juan a must-do on your bucket list. You will visit San Cristobal Fort, the largest fort built by the Spanish in the New World.  Learn the mystery of the sentry boxes and other memorable facts. Then transfer to your hotel.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and walking shoes.

price $115
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