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Travel amid a stunning landscape on a memorable day trip through the Cascade Mountains. Your vehicle will climb Stevens Pass, motor alongside the Skykomish River and present views of Bridal Veil Falls and Deception Falls en route to Leavenworth. On arrival in the Bavarian town, you’ll have two hours for lunch (own expense) with free time to explore its wine shops and art galleries. Then continue over Blewett Pass, glimpse an old gold mining town and stop at Snoqualmie Falls, a premier natural attraction.
New York City is renowned for having some of the most spectacular Christmas lights displays in the world. On this tour, escape the cold and see the glittering holiday lights from the comfort of a private limousine. Sip include Champagne and soft drinks as you explore Manhattan, stopping to admire the Rockefeller Centre Christmas tree, Brooklyn's Dyker Heights displays, and the view from Brooklyn Bridge.
Celebrate the holiday season with a 4-hour tour of the elaborate Christmas lighting in the Dyker Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. Depart by bus from Manhattan to wind through the colorfully lit homes of Dyker Heights and experience an American Christmas tradition in New York City. Hear commentary from your onboard guide about the city on a bus tour that provides pickup and drop-off at central locations in Manhattan.
Immerse yourself in New York’s holiday decorations on a 2-3 hour private tour. Meet your guide at your hotel at the time of your choosing, then set out to see Rockefeller Center, Grand Central Terminal, and more in their Christmas best. A detailed itinerary is already planned, but you’re also free to customize the route with your guide. Conclude the Christmas tour with a complimentary warm drink in Bryant Park.
Spend the Fourth of July cruising along the Manhattan skyline with this festive Circle Line cruise. You'll capture the setting sun, the city's twinkling lights and colorful fireworks from the water during this memorable evening!
New Orleans may be notorious for its ghost stories, but the city is also home to a host of shocking true crime that's too grisly to make up. On this adults-only evening tour, roam through the lively French Quarter with a guide who shares the gruesome details of crimes ripped straight from headlines and police reports. From the beastly LaLaurie and Trunk murders to the Katrina Cannibal, these tales are not for the faint of heart.
Get to know Fairbanks, called the ‘Golden Heart City,’ on this 5-hour sightseeing tour. Visit the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center for an intro into the city’s history and culture, and admire the architecture at the University of Alaska’s Museum of the North. Feast your eyes on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, the world’s largest pipeline, and wrap up your day at the Santa Claus House in the North Pole. Hotel transport included.
Dyker Heights lights up at Christmas, with elaborate displays and vibrant colors dominating the doorsteps, front yards and footpaths of this Brooklyn neighborhood. Revel in this enchanting spectacle without the risk of getting lost on this guided evening tour around the neighborhood. Afterward, drive down to the Brooklyn Heights for cinematic views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline at Christmas—perfect for Instagram or the photo albums at home.
Learn about the mysterious history of Salem on this guided walking tour of the city. Follow your local historian guide through Salem, listening to 400 years of history and admire the old architecture that dates back hundreds of years. For a spookier adventure, select the nighttime tour led by lantern light and find out the truth about the 1692 Salem Witch Trial hysteria.
Come celebrate Dia de los Muertos in Mexico on this 4-hour Day of the Dead tour on November 1st. Visit a cemetery during the evening, and see gravestones embellished with floral displays, photographs, ceramic skulls, candles, and food that people have left their loved ones. Pass by as locals sing and tell tales about those who have passed. Afterward, head to Xochimilco for a gondola ride on the water where you can spot riverbanks decorated for the holiday, too.
Before Santa and sugarplum fairies arrived on the scene, Yuletide was a lot less sweet. With the horned creature Krampus as your guide, take a delightfully wicked, candlelit romp through downtown Salem as you explore ancient winter solstice traditions. While winding through the town’s darkened historic streets, hear tales of macabre pagan traditions and folklore that pre-date modern Christmas cheer. With storytelling fit for a Grinch, you’ll want to leave the kids to home for this one.
As one of the oldest neighborhoods in New Orleans, the French Quarter has a storied past. Hear about the ghosts and ghouls who haunt this part of the city on a kid-friendly ghost tour that’s geared toward families. Your super-informative guide gives you a spook, but not too much for most kids to handle.
Connect with spirits both haunting and liquid on this adults-only, risqué romp through New Orleans’ history. Hear debauched tales of adultery, murder, mayhem, medical experiments, and more from an entertaining guide as you wind through the old streets of the French Quarter, where legends and ghosts lurk around every corner. Steel your courage with stops at historic and allegedly haunted bars, including a former brothel, and take your drinks with you on this stroll through the Big Easy's wildly weird side.
Discover some of Boston’s deepest, darkest secrets on a “frightseeing” tour aboard the Trolley of the Doomed, which roams around the haunted streets and burial grounds of Boston. Your costumed host provides illuminating insights into the history of the city's spookiest sights such as Copp's Hill Burying Ground.
See New Orleans City Park transformed into a holiday wonderland at Celebration in the Oaks during the month of December. This seasonal 3-hour extravaganza includes a narrated coach ride aboard Santa’s bus plus access to numerous attractions within the park. See mature live oaks strewn with shimmering ornaments and view lighted exhibits while listening to nightly musical entertainment featuring school choirs, orchestras, bell choirs, dancing troupes and gospel groups. Don’t miss the Historic Train Garden, Conservatory of the Two Sisters, Carousel Gardens Amusement Park, Storyland and Botanical Gardens.
Vancouver winter means ski season, festivals, funky light events and new trails to explore.Just because it’s colder doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be outside.Grouse Mountain is one of the top Vancouver points of interest. Some people prefer skiing or snowboarding at Grouse Mountain in Vancouver since it’s the closest to downtown but that does make it a little bit busier than some of the other local hills.If you’re not in to skiing or snowboarding it’s almost worth going up to Grouse Mountain in winter just for the view of the city lights and the other awesome winter activities that go on up there
Trying at least one outdoor activity this winter is a must do in Vancouver. Below are some of the best outdoor and indoor activities in Vancouver this winter.
1) Peak of Christmas in Grouse Mountain
2) Head to the Vancouver Christmas Market
3) Bright light in the Stanley Park
4) Experience CandyTown in Yaletown
5) Shop at the Craft Winter Market
6) Go ice skating downtown
Travelers that want to get into the Christmas spirit in New York City might do some shopping and see the tree at Rockefeller Center, but you can make more of your Big Apple holiday trip with this multi-borough holiday tour. Enjoy Christmas-themed activities in both Brooklyn and Manhattan. Highlights include a stop at Bryant Park's seasonal winter market, and a subway ride—at your own expense—to enjoy the famous Christmas light displays in Dyker Heights.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, so escape the hustle of city life and get away to the festive tranquility of Newport, R.I., on a guided, small-group day tour from Boston. This quaint coastal town, also known as America’s First Resort, is the perfect holiday getaway, just 70 miles south of Beantown. Explore the grand mansions of the Vanderbilt family, the Breakers and Marble House, both decked out in Christmas decor. Then travel along popular Ocean Drive and enjoy the holiday season with shopping and sightseeing.
Christmas in New York City is a magical time, and some of the best festive spots in the Big Apple are Dyker Heights and Bay Ridge in Brooklyn. With this tour, head to the neighborhoods where Christmas decorations are taken to a whole new level to see the most dazzling displays; on the way back, you can enjoy views of the lit-up Manhattan skyline.
Find your Christmas spirit on a magical walking tour through New York City’s holiday lights. Visit the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, the window displays of Fifth Avenue, Bryant Park Winter Village, and more. Explore New York City in one of the most beautiful seasons of the year and enjoy a hot beverage and dessert at the famous Max Brenner Chocolate Bar, included in the price of the tour.
Enjoy the spectacular Christmas lights and holiday movie sites in New York City on this guided bus tour. While the filming locations can be easy to overlook on your own, joining a tour ensures you don’t miss any of the iconic attractions or hidden gems. Plus, the guide matches the locations to their on-screen movie clips along the way.
Winter is the most wonderful time of the year!
One neighborhood in New York is particular – Dyker Heights in Brooklyn. There, the residents take Christmas decorations to a new level - houses decorated with thousands of lights, toy soldiers, Santa Clauses and even motorized Christmas displays. If you want an easy, fun way to experience Christmas join this Dyker Heights Christmas lights Tour.
Total duration is 4 hours
• Luxury SUV or Stretch Limousine
• Get a breathtaking view of Manhattan from the Brooklyn Bridge
• See the famous Christmas lights of Dyker Heights in Brooklyn
• A final stop at the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree