Planning a Bus Trip Through New England in the Fall
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The unique beauty of autumn in the New England area draws crowds from all over the world. Are you planning a group excursion this season?
Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your fall sightseeing to New England.
Take Control of Your Adventure
Renting a charter bus is the best way to witness the majesty of a New England fall. Choose a coach with these amenities for maximum comfort and enjoyment.
- Buses with bathrooms reduce unnecessary stops and make your trip more comfortable for seniors, youngsters, and others who might have a hard time holding on between rest stops.
- Coaches with built-in bars allow groups to enjoy adult beverages during the sightseeing tour. This is a great way to start off bachelorette parties, birthday celebrations, and other adult festivities.
- Traveling from Canada or another part of the United States? Get a coach with a DVD player combo to help pass the long hours you spend driving to your destination.
Charter buses let you customize your group vacation experience.
Do Something Different
Experience the crisp New England air in a new way with these suggestions for your next trip.
- Rent bicycles for your group. Cruise around beaches, residential neighborhoods, and rural towns to get an upfront look at what New England autumn has to offer.
- Take some time to visit the many historical sites in the New England states. From political strife to the roots of cultural identity, New England has played an important role in the formation of the United States.
- See the fall leaves from the deck of a rented pontoon boat. If you aren’t comfortable with your aquatic navigation skills, you can hire a boat and captain to take you out on the Atlantic Ocean or another body of water.
The leaves aren’t the only things worth seeing in New England during the fall! Add these activities to your itinerary to make the trip more exciting for everyone in your group.
Stick to a Theme
Want to make your trip more fun without spending any extra money? Give your trip a theme to make it even more special.
- Make your group trip into a foodie exploration. Map out some famous local restaurants, eateries, farms, and food production plants to visit.
- For more physically active groups, a hiking trip lets you see the natural beauty of fall on the East Coast without the crowds.
- Sports enthusiasts could fill an entire itinerary with visits to monuments, stadiums, and sports-themed museums.
Whether your trip lasts one day or an entire week, these tips will make your next group trip to New England unforgettable.