Napa Valley is traditionally accessed via San Francisco but some do travel there via Sacramento as well. Once in San Francisco you can explore the many neighborhoods of San Francisco, head south to Monterey and Big Sure or even a visit to Yosemite National Park. Napa and Sonoma Valley are located north of the San Francisco and we can plan your visit by rental car, ferry and transfer or purely private transfers. That’s the power of customization! Once in the wine regions we offer private or public tastings and tours but we high recommend that you save on hotel costs and put more money into your tastings. We also offer all major attractions throughout this area including a hot air balloon in Napa.
The Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park Area, is absolutely a bucket list destination within the United States. Although these two parks border one another, they are completely unique to each other. Just south of Grand Teton is Jackson, WY and a great little town with a cowboy feel, fine dining and great accommodations. If you exit from the eastern gate of Yellowstone, one can make the trek to Rapid City, South Dakota and visit Mount Rushmore with stops along the way. If you exit from the Northern Gate, one could trek into Montana and visit Glacier National Park. Does this sound wonderful? Does it sound confusing? Well it is if you don’t know where you are going, how long it takes to get there and all the other factors of National Park Travel.
The Grand Canyon Area – is for travelers of all ages. An adventurous trip for the families or couples or you can sightsee in a more relaxed manner. We define this area to consist of:
- South Rim of Grand Canyon / Tusayan Arizona
- Sedona, Arizona
- Scottsdale, Arizona
- Monument Valley
- Southern Utah National Parks
- Lake Powell
The New England Area – is known for having the most dramatic four-seasons. Being based just North of Boston, our New England itineraries range from a simple daytrip to 14 day adventure exploring the sand dunes of Cape Cod, Boston, “The Gateway to New England”, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, the gilded mansions in Newport, Rhode Island, the Green Mountains of Vermont and the rocky coast of Maine. Let’s not forget about Fall Foliage Season! We have itineraries ready to go for September and October when you can smell cinnamon, taste fresh picked apples or maple sugar products. There is no place in the USA like Autumn in New England.
Northeastern USA – The American Heritage Trail! We have extensive experience and itineraries for trips to Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, New York and Boston with many places to stop in between. We can service these requests for single destinations or multiple destination utilizing rental car, Amtrak train service or even private transportation. We also have a wonderful theater program so take in a Broadway Show in either New York or Boston. From Boston, you can travel further up the coast to Maine and Acadia National Park.
The Maine Coast, is truly one of the best places to visit in New England. Not exactly a well-guarded secret, but not overrun with tourism either, Bar Harbor is a Maine/New England vacation spot beyond compare. And of course one of its many attractions is its close proximity to Acadia National Park—over 50 square miles of mountains, lakes, hiking, biking, views, and dramatic coastline. And don’t forget about LOBSTER! Lobster can be found all over the Maine Coast and we have every which way to experience lobsters from the water to the plate. One of our subsidiaries is Downeaster Travel Packages, which is a collection of daytrips, overnight getaways and multi-day experiences. Our Maine Coast Program is second to none. Nobody has more to offer from Boston up to Maine. We have packages from 1 night to 10 nights with stops in Portland, Freeport, Kennebunkport, Camden and Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Plus we offer Salem, MA, the Witch City, as an extension. We have so much to offer in the region.