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Visit Boston (Boston Common, Boston Harbor Cruise, Massachusetts State House, MIT, Quincy Market), Plymouth (Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth Rock), Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor.

Special Remarks:

  • Visit historic Plymouth, see Plymouth Plantation, Mayflower II, Plimoth Grist Mill
  • Tour the city of Boston including stops at MIT and Harvard University
  • Visit Acadia National Park where you can expect to see moose, black bear, whit-tailed deer

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Boston airport Pickup
  • Day 2
    Boston - Plymouth - Boston (68 miles)
  • Day 3
    Boston - Ogunquit - Acadia National Park (215 miles)
  • Day 4
    Bar Harbor - Boston (280 miles)
  • Day 5
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  • Departure & Return
  • Inclusions & Exclusions
  • Additional Notes
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  • Customer Reviews (1)

Day 1 Boston airport Pickup

Guests will arrive in Boston, meeting tour guide in the baggage claim area of Logan Airport OR at Chinatown ( 81 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA 02111) around 4:30pm, then transfer to hotel at NO extra cost.

Day 2 Boston - Plymouth - Boston (68 miles)

Today we will venture south to historic Plymouth, where we will see Plymouth Rock, visit Plimouth Plantation, and the Mayflower II, Plimoth Grist Mill. We will also learn about the history of the local Wampanoag Native American tribe. Afterward, we will continue to take the Plymouth's Whale Watching Cruise, before returning to Boston.

Day 3 Boston - Ogunquit - Acadia National Park (215 miles)

Today, we will travel from Boston to Maine to visit the Nubble Lighthouse and Acadia National Park.

Day 4 Bar Harbor - Boston (280 miles)

Before returning to Boston, we will explore Bar Harbor, ME, where we can take a cruise of the area. Afterward, we will return to Boston, where guests will be dropped off, bringing an end to this tour.

Day 5 Boston

Today we will tour the city of Boston, MA, visiting the campuses of MIT and take a Harvard University in-depth tour. We may also visit Skywalk Observation Deck at prudential center. Then continue to see the Massachusetts State House, New England Aquarium and Trinity Church. A stop by Quincy Market will give us a chance to eat, you also can have a chance to choose Lobster meal .After, we can take a boat ride in Boston Harbor. At the end of the day, guests will be returned to Logan Airport for their flights home. See "Departure and Return" for more detailed information on when to book flights.





Terms & Condition


Posted by: SENG JIN on 2019-10-14

On Day-1 of the tour starting 3rd Oct 2019, our party of 4 arrived were picked up from Boston Chinatown @ 81 Harrison Ave around 4.30pm i.e the designated spot and sent to Comfort Inn, Randoff for the night’s stay. Despite the printed itininery spelling out clearly that for Day1 “Guests will arrive in Boston, meeting tour guide in the baggage claim area of Logan Aiport OR at Chinatown (81 Harrison Ave, Boson, MA02111) around 4.30pm, then transfer to hotel at NO extra cost” we were asked to pay US$10 each i.e. total US$40 for the transport to the hotel and clearly in breach of the tour itininery printed terms and conditions. Further for Day-2 (i.e. 4th Oct 2019) of the tour itininery, it was supposed to include “Plymouth’s Whale Watching Cruise” but this was cancelled and we were verbally informed of the reason as owing to inclement weather and substituted with a visit to the Breakers’ Mansion. We all found this very disappointing as the whale watching cruise was the main highlight and reason why we had selected this particular 5-Day tour. In fact, the actual weather on 4th Oct 2019 looked sunny when we were picked up from the hotel (in fact, stayed that way for rest of the day) and there was no weather forecast report presented by the tour guide to back up his reason for the tour item substitution. On Day-3 (i.e. 5th Oct 2019) our visit included the Nubble Lighthouse. We were asked to pay extra US$5/pax i.e. total of US$20 simply to have the coach waiting for us whilst we viewed around the area. This is again another clear case of seeking unjustified payment at our expense because this was a public area with no enforced parking fees and there were not many vehicles at the time of our visit.

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