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8 Days 7 Nights
Group size: 4-30
Be Curious
1 Small Group
From $2,991

Venture Insight

Enjoy this unique experience showcasing quintessential New England. There is plenty of time to explore and discover local secrets at each stop!


Ogunquit

Its name means “beautiful place by the sea” and it is easy to understand when you take a walk along the Marginal Way, embracing the salt spray on your face as you follow the winding footpath that hugs the coast - with beautiful homes on one side, and craggy rocks and beaches on the other.

Portland

Now ranked as the #1 craft beer city in the world, this old port city is home to 19 craft brewing companies + an additional 15 craft brew pubs. Take the time to visit a few!

White Mountains

Travel through the White Mountains National Park and the lofty peaks of the Presidential Range with Mount Washington the highest point in the States. Pass through quaint towns whilst every passing creates an entirely new set of experiences that are unveiled by the onset of brilliant colours: crimson reds + golds in Autumn, purple + pink blooms in Summer, and a blanket of white in winter.

Itinerary

day 1

Boston

Arrive Boston + make your own way to your hotel. This evening, mingle with other group members at a meet + greet reception hosted by our guide, a beer aficionado + destination specialist. We’ll be given an introduction to our 8-day exploration of New England. From the historic streets of Boston, to the breathtaking beauty of Maine’s rocky coastline + the awe-inspiring mountains of New Hampshire + Vermont, we’ll experience the best of New England + taste the holy grails of craft beer.
day 2

Boston to Ogunquit

This morning we’ll take an orientation tour of Boston’s historic Freedom Trail, architecturally significant Back Bay + bustling waterfront. We then head north to Portsmouth and will enjoy a craft brewery tour including tastings. After a tour + tastings we’ll continue along the coast to Ogunquit, a popular beach resort. Upon arrival, we’ll gather for tastings of some of the most unique + flavourful craft beers in the region.
day 3

Ogunquit to Ogunquit

We’ll start the day with a walk on the Marginal Way, a mile-long, paved foot path along the rocky coast. Upon reaching Perkins Cove, board a lobster boat for a one-hour cruise to see traps hauled + lobsters caught by authentic Maine lobstermen. This afternoon we’ll travel to Portland, where it has been ranked #1 craft beer city in the world by Matador Net-work. With a population of 200,000, this old port city with a young vibe is home to 19 craft brewing companies + an additional 15 craft brew pubs. We’ll visit ones that interpret historic styles with unique twists. After a stop in Kennebunkport, we’ll return to Ogunquit.
day 4

Ogunquit to Jackson

This morning we’ll travel through the lakes region + into the White Mountains of New Hampshire. A ride on the Cog Railway takes us to the summit of Mt. Washington, the eastern seaboard’s tallest peak . The Cog is the world’s first mountain-climbing railway + a National Historic Engineering Landmark. On a clear day, the view extends all the way to the Atlantic Ocean. Spend time in North Conway for shopping at its famous tax-free outlets or relax at one of its local pubs.
day 5

Jackson to Stowe

Today we drive along the Kancamagus Highway, a 34 mi long two-lane road, considered one of the most scenic drives in the region. It has been designated a National Scenic Byway by the US Department of Transportation. Cross over the border into Vermont, regularly ranked near the top of the list as having the most number of breweries per capita in the country. We’ll taste our way to Stowe, a charm-ing resort town at the base of Mt. Mansfield.
day 6

Stowe - Northern Vermont - Stowe

The choice of activity is yours this morning. You can enjoy a guided, relaxed hike through the serene woodlands with spectacular views of Mount Mansfield + Smugglers Notch, keeping the camera at the ready to capture pictures of wildlife + beautiful scenery. Or see first-hand what makes Vermont such a special place by cycling the amazing remote back roads + low traffic paved roads. After an included lunch we’ll follow Vermont’s IPA Highway to some of the state’s most sought-after breweries renowned for their India Pale Ale (IPA) + in between there’s lots of scenery + quintessential New England places to stop.
day 7

Stowe to Boston

We’ll make a short stop in Woodstock, named “the prettiest small town in America” by Yankee Magazine. Upon arrival in Boston we’ll visit the Grand-daddy of the craft brew movement in America—the Boston Beer Co, makers of Sam Adams. While some may argue it’s no longer a craft brewery, the tour + tastings of some of their more unique brews are worth the visit.
day 8

Boston

This morning the choice is yours once again. You may board a half-day whale-watching cruise. Naturalists narrate as you cruise to Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary, a feeding ground for whales, dolphins, sea birds + more. Or visit the John F. Kennedy Library + Museum, the repository of personal + political memorabilia of our 35th President. Exhibits include the presidential campaign of 1960 + New Frontier, the Oval Office, the life of First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy + photographs + mementos from the Kennedy family. Late afternoon, you can transfer either to Boston Logan Airport or downtown Boston.
day 1

Boston

Arrive Boston + make your own way to your hotel. This evening, mingle with other group members at a meet + greet reception hosted by our guide, a beer aficionado + destination specialist. We’ll be given an introduction to our 8-day exploration of New England. From the historic streets of Boston, to the breathtaking beauty of Maine’s rocky coastline + the awe-inspiring mountains of New Hampshire + Vermont, we’ll experience the best of New England + taste the holy grails of craft beer.
day 2

Boston to Ogunquit

This morning we’ll take an orientation tour of Boston’s historic Freedom Trail, architecturally significant Back Bay + bustling waterfront. We then head north to Portsmouth and will enjoy a craft brewery tour including tastings. After a tour + tastings we’ll continue along the coast to Ogunquit, a popular beach resort. Upon arrival, we’ll gather for tastings of some of the most unique + flavourful craft beers in the region.
day 3

Ogunquit to Ogunquit

We’ll start the day with a walk on the Marginal Way, a mile-long, paved foot path along the rocky coast. Upon reaching Perkins Cove, board a lobster boat for a one-hour cruise to see traps hauled + lobsters caught by authentic Maine lobstermen. This afternoon we’ll travel to Portland, where it has been ranked #1 craft beer city in the world by Matador Net-work. With a population of 200,000, this old port city with a young vibe is home to 19 craft brewing companies + an additional 15 craft brew pubs. We’ll visit ones that interpret historic styles with unique twists. After a stop in Kennebunkport, we’ll return to Ogunquit.
day 4

Ogunquit to Jackson

This morning we’ll travel through the lakes region + into the White Mountains of New Hampshire. A ride on the Cog Railway takes us to the summit of Mt. Washington, the eastern seaboard’s tallest peak . The Cog is the world’s first mountain-climbing railway + a National Historic Engineering Landmark. On a clear day, the view extends all the way to the Atlantic Ocean. Spend time in North Conway for shopping at its famous tax-free outlets or relax at one of its local pubs.
day 5

Jackson to Stowe

Today we drive along the Kancamagus Highway, a 34 mi long two-lane road, considered one of the most scenic drives in the region. It has been designated a National Scenic Byway by the US Department of Transportation. Cross over the border into Vermont, regularly ranked near the top of the list as having the most number of breweries per capita in the country. We’ll taste our way to Stowe, a charm-ing resort town at the base of Mt. Mansfield.
day 6

Stowe - Northern Vermont - Stowe

The choice of activity is yours this morning. You can enjoy a guided, relaxed hike through the serene woodlands with spectacular views of Mount Mansfield + Smugglers Notch, keeping the camera at the ready to capture pictures of wildlife + beautiful scenery. Or see first-hand what makes Vermont such a special place by cycling the amazing remote back roads + low traffic paved roads. After an included lunch we’ll follow Vermont’s IPA Highway to some of the state’s most sought-after breweries renowned for their India Pale Ale (IPA) + in between there’s lots of scenery + quintessential New England places to stop.
day 7

Stowe to Boston

We’ll make a short stop in Woodstock, named “the prettiest small town in America” by Yankee Magazine. Upon arrival in Boston we’ll visit the Grand-daddy of the craft brew movement in America—the Boston Beer Co, makers of Sam Adams. While some may argue it’s no longer a craft brewery, the tour + tastings of some of their more unique brews are worth the visit.
day 8

Boston

This morning the choice is yours once again. You may board a half-day whale-watching cruise. Naturalists narrate as you cruise to Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary, a feeding ground for whales, dolphins, sea birds + more. Or visit the John F. Kennedy Library + Museum, the repository of personal + political memorabilia of our 35th President. Exhibits include the presidential campaign of 1960 + New Frontier, the Oval Office, the life of First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy + photographs + mementos from the Kennedy family. Late afternoon, you can transfer either to Boston Logan Airport or downtown Boston.

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