Arrive in New York, the nation’s largest city. Check into the hotel for overnight accommodation. If you desire, you may sign up for an optional night tour.
In New York, our city tour features Ground Zero of Former World Trade Center, Wall Street, Trinity Church, Federal Hall, Empire State Building, United Nations Headquarters, Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick Cathedral, Statue of Liberty, and Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Motorcoach to Philadelphia later in the afternoon.
Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania and the fifth-most-populous city in the States. Our sightseeing tour includes the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the Old Congress. Continue on to Washington DC. Upon arrival, we visit the Capitol Hill, White House, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Korea War Memorial, Vietnam War Memorial, and Smithsonian Institution.
Depart to Hershy’s Chocolate Town, the sweetest place on earth. Sample some Hershey chocolate and enjoy a mini-train orientation tour. Next stop is Corning Museum of Glass. Spend some time watching the glassmaking and shopping in the glass market. Later, arrive in Niagara Falls. In the evening, enjoy a walking tour for a night view of Niagara Falls USA. Or perhaps join the local night tour to Niagara Falls Canada. (valid entry document required)
Niagara Falls includes American Falls, Horseshoe Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls. From the Goat Island, enjoy the close-up view of Niagara Falls USA. In summer time, experience a fantastic cruise ride of the “Maid of the Mist” into the Falls. Cross the border to Canada via Rainbow Bridge, watch The Falls movie in IMAX theater, and visit the Skylon Tower that offers the best view of Niagara Falls! Later, arrive in Toronto. Sightseeing features Ontario Parliament Building, University of Toronto, City Hall, CN Tower, and Sky-Dome Sports Complex.
Journey from Toronto to Montreal with stops at Thousand Islands and Ottawa. A sightseeing cruise of Thousand Islands offers the enjoyment to experience the beauty of the scenic wonders. In Ottawa, the Parliament Building is visited. Sitting in the center of Parliament Builing, the Peace Tower is a focal bell and clock tower serving as a Canadian icon today. On the top of the tower, the 53-bell carillon marks each quarter hour. In the afternoon, transit to Montreal, a charming UNESCO city of design, visit Saint Joseph’s Oratory and Old Town Montreal.
As the second largest primarily French-speaking city in the world, Montreal is also rated as one of the world’s most livable cities and known as “Canada’s Cultural Capital”. Our morning tour shows us more attractions including City Hall, Notre Dame Basilica, 1976 Olympic Park and the awesome Biodome. Later, upon arrival at Boston, visit Harvard University and M.I.T. For dinner, enjoy a feast of fresh Boston lobster.
Our sightseeing starts by visiting Copley Square in downtown. The Trinity Church, Boston Public Library, and John Hancock Tower are the most famous landmarks. Driver along the Freedom Trail, pass by State House, Common Park, Massacre Site, Tea Party Site, and finally arrive in Boston Harbour. Witness the breathtaking beauty of Downtown Boston by the sea as you take an optional harbour cruise. Quincy Market is the final stop of our entire tour. Sample some famous eateries and do some last minute shopping. The journey ends. Board your homebound flight at Boston or motorcoach to New York. Tour ends in Boston.
Notes: Please arrange your flights departing from Boston after 1:00pm
New York return flights:
JFK After 7:00pm
LGA After 7:00pm
EWR After 8:30pm
Sightseeing; Hotel accommodation based on one room sharing for 2 adults (Single room surcharge must be applied); Tour guide services; Air-conditioned grand transportation.
Any personal charges such as phone bills, postage, laundry, drinks, Insurance premiums, porters, excess baggage charge, passport, visa fees, etc.; any optional activity or meals are not included in itinerary. Air ticket taxes, airport taxes, fuel surcharge, and any other charges levied by the local state or federal government agencies; Transportation between your hometown and gateway city; Tips to tour guides, drivers and bellmen.
Cancellation: All cancellations must be received either by mail, fax, or email. Oral cancellation by phone will not be accepted. In addition to our cancellation charges, if tickets for airlines, cruise or trains have already been issued or final confirmed at the time of cancellation (regardless of number of days prior to departure), the traveler will be assessed an additional cancellation penalty and service charge pursuant to the related supplier’s rules and regulations.