New England in the fall is, without question, one of the most beautiful places in the world. Autumn here means glorious foliage, as billions of leaves change from green to a breathtaking array of beautiful fall colors, strewn across the many hillsides and valleys of the region. The gorgeous scenery coupled with the crisp, cool air of the season makes this the perfect time for getting out and seeing the sites.
Begin with a Boston hotel pickup in a climate-controlled coach, then head out to enjoy the colors of the countryside, complete with the many experiences that make fall so special. The still waters and open fields amid rolling hills and winding roads. The old farmhouses, churches, taverns, and white-painted Colonial inns. Roadside markets piled high with fresh, crunchy apples and plump, orange pumpkins. Bring a camera and an appetite for the beauty of the season — and maybe a bagel — because there’s a coffee break in historic Groton, Mass.
Pass Willard Brook State Forest, a Massachusetts state park with deep woods, plus a covered bridge, a waterfall, and a babbling brook. Not to mention endless recreational opportunities like hiking, biking, fishing, and swimming. There’s more — a small park and church at Ashby Common and a buffet lunch (included) at a restaurant in the mountains of New Hampshire. And last but not least, there’s a local farm stand complete with a farm store and beautiful grounds.
Now that’s a tour of the fall that has it all, in one of the most beautiful autumn destinations in the world.
Note: This tour is seasonal, operating from September through October only.