NEW AUTHENTIC AMERICA

Come Home to New England

Hardy colonists went to New England, saw the wild and wooly country, and said, “I belong to this place.” There are whales and dolphins, thousands of bird species, and wild moose. Sailing along the coastline is a favorite pastime, and so is bringing in a harvest of lobsters, hiking mountains, and walking sandy beaches. (And Salem no longer has it in for witches.)


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MAINE - VERMONT

Experience Glorious Maine and Vermont

Established in 1633 as a fishing village, Portland became New England’s largest port. With its narrow cobblestone streets, it’s one of America’s most vibrant small towns. (Listen to music pour onto the water.) Into the woods, and cross the White Mountains to Vermont. Hundreds of bubbling streams and rivers, enhanced by the delight of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream.

Explore the wilds of Maine on your way to the coast, and stop at small roadside stands. When the trees fall back, you’re in Booth Bay. The coastal capital of America, indulge in sunsets on a schooner and fine dining, overlooking the ocean. Imagine white, blue, and calico lobsters. From here, Acadia calls you. The natural beauty of the highest headlands along the Atlantic coast also has a rich cultural heritage. There are still 45 miles of carriage roads. Take a walk.

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  • Historical Sites and Old Port Culinary Walking Tour
  • Glider Rides over Pristine Forests and Farms
  • Delightful Corn Maze and Fall Apple Picking
  • Enjoy Sailing and Lobstering with Experts
  • Search for Sea Glass and Picnic on Hidden Gem Beaches

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MASSACHUSETTS

Discover Boston and Beyond!

Boston, Salem, and Cape Cod, Massachusetts—all sound like a song. When you arrive in Boston, explore. The Freedom Trail winds through the city, connecting 16 sites such as Paul Revere’s house and the Old North Church. Head to Faneuil Hall—the cradle of liberty—particularly glorious in the autumn, blazing with reds and oranges. Infamous Salem is nearby, home of witch trials, great shops, and old Clipper Ships.

Gloucester, a pleasant drive from Boston, is in the heart of Cape Ann. Imagine unique ocean adventures, fresh seafood dinners, art, and whale watching. Two other notables are Provincetown and the Cape Cod National Seashore—40 miles of beaches, dunes and nature trails. Provincetown is as far as you can go on the Cape, and artists began making their homes here a century ago. Breathe in that fresh, salt air!

Authentic Experiences

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  • A Walking Tour of Bewitching Salem
  • Private Whale-Watching and Sea-Life tour
  • Insider Craft Brewery and Back Bay Foodie Experience
  • Explore Boston’s Historical Sites with Private Guide
  • Hike through Glorious Gardens
  • Visits to Wonderful Chateaux’s

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Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine

The story of New England is the beginning of America’s history. We travel to Boston and walk the same streets our ancestors walked in the 17th century. We go to Plymouth and imagine the Pilgrims landing. Far from the Crown, New Englanders governed themselves. The Crown took note. (Indigenous people were overwhelmed.) After 150-years of skirmishes, America fought and won its independence.

It truly was a Revolution. New England businesses boomed. Yankee Clippers sailed global ports, including China and South America. These days, we love New England’s 5,000-mile coastline and her maple trees. We revel in outdoor adventures—fishing, swimming, and sailing. Her fine food, brews, and humor are beyond compare. We fall down under the spell of her colors in autumn. Experience the spirit of New England.

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