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8 Days from $1,095 New England Summer and Fall Foliage

8 Days New England Summer and Fall Foliage

8 Days New England Summer and Fall Foliage

Dear Vacation Traveler, Welcome to a great fall foliage vacation and an affordable tour. Your New England tour features complete sightseeing, professional Tour Directors and great itineraries, operated by one of the country’s oldest and most respected guided tour companies. Discover for yourself why smart shoppers and experienced travelers have chosen their travel packages from Caravan Tours since 1952.
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Notice: the following is the 2014 itinerary
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Notice: the following is the 2015 itinerary
Click here for the 2014 itinerary
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Notice: the following is the 2016 itinerary
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Mystic SeaportMarthas Vineyard

New England Tour Map
Begins and Ends: Boston

Itinerary

Day 1 – Boston, Massachusetts
Visit all six New England states! Your vacation begins in Boston, the “Cradle of Liberty.” Transfer from Boston’s Logan Airport by hotel courtesy shuttle to your hotel. Rooms are available for check in after 3:00 p.m. Join Caravan for an 8:00 p.m. welcome briefing.

Day 2 – Plymouth Rock, Hyannis
Stop this morning at Boston’s Old North Church, where Paul Revere began his famous midnight ride. Brief visit to Fanueil Hall Marketplace. Drive by the State Capitol and the Boston Commons. Continue to Lexington, where the Minutemen had their first Revolutionary skirmish. See the Battle Green where “the shot heard around the world” signaled the start of the American Revolution. Follow the route of Paul Revere from Lexington to Concord. Stop at the Old North Bridge. Then, head south and stop at Plymouth Rock, where pilgrims from the Mayflower landed in 1620. Next, to Cape Cod’s southern shore for a two night stay at your resort in the popular vacation community of Hyannis. Hyannis was the site of President John F. Kennedy’s summer White House. Enjoy dinner. BD

Day 3 – Martha’s Vineyard
Morning ferry from Woods Hole across the bay to Martha’s Vineyard, named for a European sailor’s daughter, Martha, who found wild grapes growing on the island. The island is a haven for artists, poets, singers and celebrities who are attracted to its laid-back, charming lifestyle. Here, enjoy an island tour of sweeping vistas. See Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven. Visit the historic whaling town of Edgartown with its narrow streets and elegant homes. Enjoy leisure time to wander, shop and visit the art galleries. Return by ferry to Cape Cod. B

Day 4 – Rhode Island, Connecticut
Journey this morning to the sailing capital of the world, Newport, Rhode Island. Visit the historic Vanderbilt “summer cottage,” The Breakers. This Italian Renaissance style palace has 70 rooms and is the grandest of all Newport estates. Then, on a sightseeing drive of Newport, see the mansions of the “400 Club” and St. Mary’s Church, where Jacqueline Bouvier married John F. Kennedy. Continue to the seaport of Mystic, Connecticut. Visit Mystic Seaport, the nation’s leading maritime museum, dedicated to the golden age of seafaring. View impressive tall ships. B

Day 5 – Norman Rockwell, Vermont
This morning, into the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, where Norman Rockwell spent the last 25 years of his life. Visit the Norman Rockwell Museum. Admire the collection of Rockwell’s Saturday Evening Post covers which extol the virtues of everyday Americans. Visit Rockwell’s studio, preserved exactly as it was when Rockwell painted here. Then, overnight in the Green Mountains of Vermont. B

Day 6 – Vermont, New Hampshire
A scenic mountain drive this morning along country roads takes you by Plymouth Notch, birthplace of President Calvin Coolidge. Our 30th President took the oath of office from his father, by the light of a kerosene lamp. Continue to Woodstock, described as “the prettiest small town in America.” Photo stop at a covered bridge. This afternoon, journey through the White Mountains of New Hampshire to your resort in North Conway. Enjoy dinner. BD

Day 7 – Portland, Maine
This morning, travel past Maine’s lakes to Portland on the rocky Atlantic coast. Visit Portland’s waterfront. Continue to the resort of Kennebunkport. Free time to explore this quaint small town. Tonight enjoy a farewell Maine lobster dinner. Maine’s rocky coast, strong wave action and cold, nutrient-rich waters help create the world’s sweetest and best-tasting lobsters. BD

Day 8 – Kennebunkport, Boston
After breakfast, Caravan transfers you to the Boston airport, arriving at 10:00 a.m. Please schedule flights after 12:00 p.m. Thanks for vacationing with Caravan. B

Fall Foliage in New England
New England is beautiful year-round, but the best departure dates for viewing fall foliage are usually September 21 through mid-October. Peak fall colors vary yearly and are affected by wind, temperature and moisture. Caravan’s broad circular tour route, covering all six New England states: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine, maximizes your foliage viewing opportunities.

Day 1 – Boston, Massachusetts
Visit all six New England states! Your vacation begins in Boston, the “Cradle of Liberty.” Transfer from Boston’s Logan Airport by hotel courtesy shuttle to your hotel. Rooms are available for check in after 3:00 p.m. Join Caravan for an 8:00 p.m. welcome briefing.

Day 2 – Plymouth Rock, Hyannis
Stop this morning at Boston’s Old North Church, where Paul Revere began his famous midnight ride. Brief visit to Fanueil Hall Marketplace. Drive by the State Capitol and the Boston Commons. Continue to Lexington, where the Minutemen had their first Revolutionary skirmish. See the Battle Green where “the shot heard around the world” signaled the start of the American Revolution. Follow the route of Paul Revere from Lexington to Concord. Stop at the Old North Bridge. Then, head south and stop at Plymouth Rock, where pilgrims from the Mayflower landed in 1620. Next, to Cape Cod’s southern shore for a two night stay at your resort in the popular vacation community of Hyannis. Hyannis was the site of President John F. Kennedy’s summer White House. Enjoy dinner. BD

Day 3 – Martha’s Vineyard
Morning ferry from Woods Hole across the bay to Martha’s Vineyard, named for a European sailor’s daughter, Martha, who found wild grapes growing on the island. The island is a haven for artists, poets, singers and celebrities who are attracted to its laid-back, charming lifestyle. Here, enjoy an island tour of sweeping vistas. See Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven. Visit the historic whaling town of Edgartown with its narrow streets and elegant homes. Enjoy leisure time to wander, shop and visit the art galleries. Return by ferry to Cape Cod. B

Day 4 – Rhode Island, Connecticut
Journey this morning to the sailing capital of the world, Newport, Rhode Island. Visit the historic Vanderbilt “summer cottage,” The Breakers. This Italian Renaissance style palace has 70 rooms and is the grandest of all Newport estates. Then, on a sightseeing drive of Newport, see the mansions of the “400 Club” and St. Mary’s Church, where Jacqueline Bouvier married John F. Kennedy. Continue to the seaport of Mystic, Connecticut. Visit Mystic Seaport, the nation’s leading maritime museum, dedicated to the golden age of seafaring. View impressive tall ships. B

Day 5 – Norman Rockwell, Vermont
This morning, into the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, where Norman Rockwell spent the last 25 years of his life. Visit the Norman Rockwell Museum. Admire the collection of Rockwell’s Saturday Evening Post covers which extol the virtues of everyday Americans. Visit Rockwell’s studio, preserved exactly as it was when Rockwell painted here. Then, overnight in the Green Mountains of Vermont. B

Day 6 – Vermont, New Hampshire
A scenic mountain drive this morning along country roads takes you by Plymouth Notch, birthplace of President Calvin Coolidge. Our 30th President took the oath of office from his father, by the light of a kerosene lamp. Continue to Woodstock, described as “the prettiest small town in America.” Photo stop at a covered bridge. This afternoon, journey through the White Mountains of New Hampshire to your resort in North Conway. Enjoy dinner. BD

Day 7 – Portland, Maine
This morning, travel past Maine’s lakes to Portland on the rocky Atlantic coast. Visit Portland’s waterfront. Continue to the resort of Kennebunkport. Free time to explore this quaint small town. Tonight enjoy a farewell Maine lobster dinner. Maine’s rocky coast, strong wave action and cold, nutrient-rich waters help create the world’s sweetest and best-tasting lobsters. BD

Day 8 – Kennebunkport, Boston
After breakfast, Caravan transfers you to the Boston airport, arriving at 10:00 a.m. Please schedule flights after 12:00 p.m. Thanks for vacationing with Caravan. B

Fall Foliage in New England
New England is beautiful year-round, but the best departure dates for viewing fall foliage are usually September 21 through mid-October. Peak fall colors vary yearly and are affected by wind, temperature and moisture. Caravan’s broad circular tour route, covering all six New England states: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine, maximizes your foliage viewing opportunities.

Day 1 – Boston, Massachusetts
Visit all six New England states! Your vacation begins in Boston, the “Cradle of Liberty.” Transfer from Boston’s Logan Airport by hotel courtesy shuttle to your hotel. Rooms are available for check in after 3:00 p.m. Join Caravan for an 8:00 p.m. welcome briefing.

Day 2 – Plymouth Rock, Hyannis
Stop this morning at Boston’s Old North Church, where Paul Revere began his famous midnight ride. Brief visit to Fanueil Hall Marketplace. Drive by the State Capitol and the Boston Commons. Continue to Lexington, where the Minutemen had their first Revolutionary skirmish. See the Battle Green where “the shot heard around the world” signaled the start of the American Revolution. Follow the route of Paul Revere from Lexington to Concord. Stop at the Old North Bridge. Then, head south and stop at Plymouth Rock, where pilgrims from the Mayflower landed in 1620. Next, to Cape Cod’s southern shore for a two night stay at your resort in the popular vacation community of Hyannis. Hyannis was the site of President John F. Kennedy’s summer White House. Enjoy dinner. BD

Day 3 – Martha’s Vineyard
Morning ferry from Woods Hole across the bay to Martha’s Vineyard, named for a European sailor’s daughter, Martha, who found wild grapes growing on the island. The island is a haven for artists, poets, singers and celebrities who are attracted to its laid-back, charming lifestyle. Here, enjoy an island tour of sweeping vistas. See Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven. Visit the historic whaling town of Edgartown with its narrow streets and elegant homes. Enjoy leisure time to wander, shop and visit the art galleries. Return by ferry to Cape Cod. B

Day 4 – Rhode Island, Connecticut
Journey this morning to the sailing capital of the world, Newport, Rhode Island. Visit the historic Vanderbilt “summer cottage,” The Breakers. This Italian Renaissance style palace has 70 rooms and is the grandest of all Newport estates. Then, on a sightseeing drive of Newport, see the mansions of the “400 Club” and St. Mary’s Church, where Jacqueline Bouvier married John F. Kennedy. Continue to the seaport of Mystic, Connecticut. Visit Mystic Seaport, the nation’s leading maritime museum, dedicated to the golden age of seafaring. View impressive tall ships. B

Day 5 – Norman Rockwell, Vermont
This morning, into the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, where Norman Rockwell spent the last 25 years of his life. Visit the Norman Rockwell Museum. Admire the collection of Rockwell’s Saturday Evening Post covers which extol the virtues of everyday Americans. Visit Rockwell’s studio, preserved exactly as it was when Rockwell painted here. Then, overnight in the Green Mountains of Vermont. B

Day 6 – Vermont, New Hampshire
A scenic mountain drive this morning along country roads takes you by Plymouth Notch, birthplace of President Calvin Coolidge. Our 30th President took the oath of office from his father, by the light of a kerosene lamp. Continue to Woodstock, described as “the prettiest small town in America.” Photo stop at a covered bridge. This afternoon, journey through the White Mountains of New Hampshire to your resort in North Conway. Enjoy dinner. BD

Day 7 – Portland, Maine
This morning, travel past Maine’s lakes to Portland on the rocky Atlantic coast. Visit Portland’s waterfront. Continue to the resort of Kennebunkport. Free time to explore this quaint small town. Tonight enjoy a farewell Maine lobster dinner. Maine’s rocky coast, strong wave action and cold, nutrient-rich waters help create the world’s sweetest and best-tasting lobsters. BD

Day 8 – Kennebunkport, Boston
After breakfast, Caravan transfers you to the Boston airport, arriving at 10:00 a.m. Please schedule flights after 12:00 p.m. Thanks for vacationing with Caravan. B

Fall Foliage in New England
New England is beautiful year-round, but the best departure dates for viewing fall foliage are usually September 21 through mid-October. Peak fall colors vary yearly and are affected by wind, temperature and moisture. Caravan’s broad circular tour route, covering all six New England states: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine, maximizes your foliage viewing opportunities.

Back to Top Caravan Videos for this Tour

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Maine Coast: Portland and Kennebunkport( 03:41 )

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2014 Departure Dates

May 20**, 27**
Jun 3**, 10**, 17**, 24**
Jul 1**, 8**, 15*, 22*, 29*
Aug 19*, 26*
Sep 2*, 9*, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30
Oct 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20

**indicates Super Value date
*indicates Great Value date

Call For Latest Availability

Caravan's tours sell out fast! Please call 1 800 CARAVAN or 312 321-9800 before confirming other travel arrangements to verify availability and place a complimentary hold on your preferred departure date. Other dates may be available.

2014 Price Per Person - $U.S.

Room Type Super Value Great Value Special Value
Double $ 1,095 $ 1,195 $ 1,295
Triple 995 1,095 1,195
Single 1,575 1,675 1,775

Plus Taxes and Fees:
Double $149; Triple $137; Single $189

2015 Departure Dates

**indicates Super Value date
*indicates Great Value date

Call For Latest Availability

Caravan's tours sell out fast! Please call 1 800 CARAVAN or 312 321-9800 before confirming other travel arrangements to verify availability and place a complimentary hold on your preferred departure date. Other dates may be available.

2015 Price Per Person - $U.S.

Room Type Super Value Great Value Special Value
Double $ TBA $ TBA $ TBA
Triple TBA TBA TBA
Single TBA TBA TBA

Plus Taxes and Fees:
Double $TBA; Triple $TBA; Single $TBA

2016 Departure Dates

**indicates Super Value date
*indicates Great Value date

Call For Latest Availability

Caravan's tours sell out fast! Please call 1 800 CARAVAN or 312 321-9800 before confirming other travel arrangements to verify availability and place a complimentary hold on your preferred departure date. Other dates may be available.

2016 Price Per Person - $U.S.

Room Type Super Value Great Value Special Value
Double $ TBA $ TBA $ TBA
Triple TBA TBA TBA
Single TBA TBA TBA

Plus Taxes and Fees:
Double $TBA; Triple $TBA; Single $TBA

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How to Reserve Space

Call 1-800-Caravan. You can reserve space free for up to 3 days, then a $300 deposit per person is due. Full payment due 60 days prior to departure.

Airfare is not included or sold by Caravan. Here is a list of some of the airlines that service this tour.

Meals included are shown by:
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Hotels - listed by day

1

Boston
Embassy Suites Logan Airport

2, 3

Hyannis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Doubletree Hilton Hyannis, Holiday Inn Hyannis

4

Mystic, Connecticut
Hilton Mystic

5

Stratton, Vermont
Long Trail House

6

North Conway, New Hampshire
Red Jacket Resort, Fox Ridge

7

Kennebunkport, Maine
Nonantum Resort

Covered Bridge

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Franconia Notch Fall Colors Kennebunkport

Back to Top Hotels

Accommodations in the hotels and lodges are rooms with two beds and private bath or shower. A limited number of single rooms are available. Triple rooms are usually two beds, sometimes with a cot or rollaway.

Accommodations in the hotels and lodges are rooms with two beds and private bath or shower. A limited number of single rooms are available. Triple rooms are usually two beds, sometimes with a cot or rollaway.

Accommodations in the hotels and lodges are rooms with two beds and private bath or shower. A limited number of single rooms are available. Triple rooms are usually two beds, sometimes with a cot or rollaway.

Day 1 – Boston

Hilton Boston Logan Airport
The Hilton is conveniently located at Boston Logan Airport. This modern Four Diamond property has comfortably appointed guest rooms featuring items from Hilton’s Serenity Collection including their acclaimed Serenity Bed. The Hilton has a restaurant, pub and cafe. The Hilton’s complimentary health club features a lap pool, whirlpool, steam room, sauna and a variety of fitness equipment. Massage and spa treatments are available for a fee and can be arranged by calling a couple of hours in advance. Treatments include: Full Body Massage, Ancient Sea Salt Glow, Paraffin for Hands or Feet and Happy Feet.

Day 1 – Boston

Hilton Boston Logan Airport
The Hilton is conveniently located at Boston Logan Airport. This modern Four Diamond property has comfortably appointed guest rooms featuring items from Hilton’s Serenity Collection including their acclaimed Serenity Bed. The Hilton has a restaurant, pub and cafe. The Hilton’s complimentary health club features a lap pool, whirlpool, steam room, sauna and a variety of fitness equipment. Massage and spa treatments are available for a fee and can be arranged by calling a couple of hours in advance. Treatments include: Full Body Massage, Ancient Sea Salt Glow, Paraffin for Hands or Feet and Happy Feet.

Day 1 – Boston

Hilton Boston Logan Airport
The Hilton is conveniently located at Boston Logan Airport. This modern Four Diamond property has comfortably appointed guest rooms featuring items from Hilton’s Serenity Collection including their acclaimed Serenity Bed. The Hilton has a restaurant, pub and cafe. The Hilton’s complimentary health club features a lap pool, whirlpool, steam room, sauna and a variety of fitness equipment. Massage and spa treatments are available for a fee and can be arranged by calling a couple of hours in advance. Treatments include: Full Body Massage, Ancient Sea Salt Glow, Paraffin for Hands or Feet and Happy Feet.

Hotel Photo
 

Days 2, 3 – Hyannis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Doubletree Hilton Hyannis
The Doubletree Hilton Hyannis is located on Cape Cod. This full service hotel features a heated indoor swimming pool, fitness center and an on site restaurant.

Holiday Inn Hyannis
The Holiday Inn Hyannis is located on Cape Cod. This full service hotel features a heated indoor swimming pool and fitness center. The hotel also has a restaurant and a bar/lounge.

Days 2, 3 – Hyannis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Doubletree Hilton Hyannis
The Doubletree Hilton Hyannis is located on Cape Cod. This full service hotel features a heated indoor swimming pool, fitness center and an on site restaurant.

Holiday Inn Hyannis
The Holiday Inn Hyannis is located on Cape Cod. This full service hotel features a heated indoor swimming pool and fitness center. The hotel also has a restaurant and a bar/lounge.

Days 2, 3 – Hyannis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Doubletree Hilton Hyannis
The Doubletree Hilton Hyannis is located on Cape Cod. This full service hotel features a heated indoor swimming pool, fitness center and an on site restaurant.

Holiday Inn Hyannis
The Holiday Inn Hyannis is located on Cape Cod. This full service hotel features a heated indoor swimming pool and fitness center. The hotel also has a restaurant and a bar/lounge.

Hotel Photo Hotel Photo
 

Day 4 – Mystic, Connecticut

Hilton Mystic
The Hilton Mystic offers impeccable service and outstanding amenities, with a heated indoor pool, and a state-of-the-art fitness facility. All standard rooms have coffee makers, hair dryers, irons and ironing boards, remote control cable tv's and high-speed internet access. A strong Connecticut nautical influence is reflected throughout the hotel. From the rich navy blues in the lobby, to the dark woods, brass and fireplaces in the lounge, the Mystic Hilton hotel is the perfect place to stay in this charming seaside Connecticut town.

Day 4 – Mystic, Connecticut

Hilton Mystic
The Hilton Mystic offers impeccable service and outstanding amenities, with a heated indoor pool, and a state-of-the-art fitness facility. All standard rooms have coffee makers, hair dryers, irons and ironing boards, remote control cable tv's and high-speed internet access. A strong Connecticut nautical influence is reflected throughout the hotel. From the rich navy blues in the lobby, to the dark woods, brass and fireplaces in the lounge, the Mystic Hilton hotel is the perfect place to stay in this charming seaside Connecticut town.

Day 4 – Mystic, Connecticut

Hilton Mystic
The Hilton Mystic offers impeccable service and outstanding amenities, with a heated indoor pool, and a state-of-the-art fitness facility. All standard rooms have coffee makers, hair dryers, irons and ironing boards, remote control cable tv's and high-speed internet access. A strong Connecticut nautical influence is reflected throughout the hotel. From the rich navy blues in the lobby, to the dark woods, brass and fireplaces in the lounge, the Mystic Hilton hotel is the perfect place to stay in this charming seaside Connecticut town.

Hotel Photo
 

Day 5 – Stratton, Vermont

Long Trail House
This mountain resort hotel is nestled onto the hillside of Stratton Mountain. Amenities include pool, hot tub and sauna. Rooms include in room gas fireplaces and high speed internet service. Located on the Village Common of Stratton Mountain for an easy stroll to shops and restaurants.

Day 5 – Stratton, Vermont

Long Trail House
This mountain resort hotel is nestled onto the hillside of Stratton Mountain. Amenities include pool, hot tub and sauna. Rooms include in room gas fireplaces and high speed internet service. Located on the Village Common of Stratton Mountain for an easy stroll to shops and restaurants.

Day 5 – Stratton, Vermont

Long Trail House
This mountain resort hotel is nestled onto the hillside of Stratton Mountain. Amenities include pool, hot tub and sauna. Rooms include in room gas fireplaces and high speed internet service. Located on the Village Common of Stratton Mountain for an easy stroll to shops and restaurants.

Hotel Photo
 

Day 6 – North Conway, New Hampshire

Fox Ridge
Caravan Tours welcomes you to the top of the White Mountains. Fox Ridge is located on 30 sprawling acres with a relaxed and peaceful ambience in an exhilarating setting. The White Mountains are silhouetted against a breathtaking sky.

Day 6 – North Conway, New Hampshire

Fox Ridge
Caravan Tours welcomes you to the top of the White Mountains. Fox Ridge is located on 30 sprawling acres with a relaxed and peaceful ambience in an exhilarating setting. The White Mountains are silhouetted against a breathtaking sky.

Day 6 – North Conway, New Hampshire

Fox Ridge
Caravan Tours welcomes you to the top of the White Mountains. Fox Ridge is located on 30 sprawling acres with a relaxed and peaceful ambience in an exhilarating setting. The White Mountains are silhouetted against a breathtaking sky.

Hotel Photo
 

Day 7 – Kennebunkport, Maine

Nonantum Resort
The Nonantum Resort is in the picturesque, historic town of Kennebunkport on the spectacular rocky coast of Maine. The resort is situated on spacious grounds overlooking the river. It is a short walk to the center of Kennebunkport, with its fine shops, art galleries and historic landmarks. The beautiful Nonantum is a traditional 4 story boutique hotel of traditional New England style operating since 1884. The resort has an outdoor heated pool and hot tub.

Day 7 – Kennebunkport, Maine

Nonantum Resort
The Nonantum Resort is in the picturesque, historic town of Kennebunkport on the spectacular rocky coast of Maine. The resort is situated on spacious grounds overlooking the river. It is a short walk to the center of Kennebunkport, with its fine shops, art galleries and historic landmarks. The beautiful Nonantum is a traditional 4 story boutique hotel of traditional New England style operating since 1884. The resort has an outdoor heated pool and hot tub.

Day 7 – Kennebunkport, Maine

Nonantum Resort
The Nonantum Resort is in the picturesque, historic town of Kennebunkport on the spectacular rocky coast of Maine. The resort is situated on spacious grounds overlooking the river. It is a short walk to the center of Kennebunkport, with its fine shops, art galleries and historic landmarks. The beautiful Nonantum is a traditional 4 story boutique hotel of traditional New England style operating since 1884. The resort has an outdoor heated pool and hot tub.

Hotel Photo
 

Back to Top Airport Transfer Information

Arrival Transfers

Caravan’s Boston, Massachusetts hotels and the Hilton Logan Airport, provide 24 hour courtesy shuttles from Logan Airport (BOS). Upon arrival at the airport, request a pickup from the hotel assigned to your tour using the hotel courtesy phone at the baggage claim area. Because both hotels are located on airport property, taxi service is of limited availability and costs an $8.00 flat fee.

Caravan’s Boston, Massachusetts hotels and the Hilton Logan Airport, provide 24 hour courtesy shuttles from Logan Airport (BOS). Upon arrival at the airport, request a pickup from the hotel assigned to your tour using the hotel courtesy phone at the baggage claim area. Because both hotels are located on airport property, taxi service is of limited availability and costs an $8.00 flat fee.

Caravan’s Boston, Massachusetts hotels and the Hilton Logan Airport, provide 24 hour courtesy shuttles from Logan Airport (BOS). Upon arrival at the airport, request a pickup from the hotel assigned to your tour using the hotel courtesy phone at the baggage claim area. Because both hotels are located on airport property, taxi service is of limited availability and costs an $8.00 flat fee.

Departure Transfers

Caravan's vacation packages provide a departure transfer to Logan Airport (BOS) in Boston, Massachusetts, arriving at 10:00 a.m. on the day the tour ends. Please schedule flights after 12:00 p.m.

Caravan's vacation packages provide a departure transfer to Logan Airport (BOS) in Boston, Massachusetts, arriving at 10:00 a.m. on the day the tour ends. Please schedule flights after 12:00 p.m.

Caravan's vacation packages provide a departure transfer to Logan Airport (BOS) in Boston, Massachusetts, arriving at 10:00 a.m. on the day the tour ends. Please schedule flights after 12:00 p.m.

Airline Info

Airfare is not included or sold by Caravan Tours. Here are lists of airlines that service this tour:

Boston Tour Begins
and Ends
Air Jamaica, Aer Lingus, AeroMexico, Air Canada, Air France, AirTran Airways, Airtransat, Alaska Airlines, Alitalia, America West, American Airlines, American Eagle, American Transair, ATA, British Airways, Cape Air, Continental, Delta, Finnair, Icelandair, Jetblue, KLM, Lufthansa, Midwest Express, SATA, Southwest, Swissair, United Airlines, United Express, US Airways, Virgin Atlantic

Back to Top Local Weather

Temperature (hi/lo) and Rainfall (inches)
  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Boston
temp 36/22 38/23 46/31 56/40 67/50 76/59 82/65 80/64 73/57 63/47 52/38 40/27
rainfall 3.6 3.6 3.7 3.6 3.3 3.1 2.8 3.2 3.1 3.3 4.2 4.0

Clothing Tips

This is a predominantly casual tour. Casual wear is suggested for sightseeing and daytime travelling. Dress code for most evenings is smart casual.   See Travel Planner: General Clothing Tips

Back to Top Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in the tour price?

Virtually everything! Hotels, most meals, all of the activities described in the itinerary pages, airport transfers in select cities, gratuities to hotel porters, restaurant staff and local guides. Caravan’s professional Tour Directors and local guides will be with you every step of the way, ensuring a worry free vacation.

What is not included in the tour price?

Prices do not include air travel, country entry or departure fees, airport porter fees, visas, phones, valet, all items of a personal nature, food and beverages not on the regular menu and tips to the Caravan Tour Director and Driver. General fees and taxes are additional and listed separately beneath each tour’s price.

Can your tours be enjoyed by all age groups?

From cosmopolitan French Canada to the tropical rainforests of Costa Rica, Caravan has a tour for every one. Passengers requiring special assistance must be accompanied by an able companion.

How long will each day be?

A well paced and unhurried itinerary is our goal, after all, you are on vacation! Touring days begin and end at reasonable hours and include frequent stops. While the occasional early morning departure is necessary, we do our best to ensure a leisurely vacation.

How large will my group be?

Group sizes will vary depending on the reserved rooms at the hotels and lodges and the capacity of the ships, trains, and motorcoaches used. Usually, the maximum size will range from 36 to 44 passengers.

Are meals included?

Included meals for each tour are listed at the end of each day. Meals are shown by B (breakfast), L (lunch) and D (dinner). All meals in Latin America are included. Most meals are included in the USA and Canada. Full, buffet, or deluxe continental breakfasts are included everywhere. Coffee and tea are provided at all meals. In Latin America, bottled water is provided free on the motorcoach and purified water is provided at the meals. Alcoholic beverages are not included unless specified.

Can I use my cell phone in this area?

Out of courtesy to your fellow tour members, please restrict the use of cell phones to emergency use only when you are on the motorcoach. Please also remember to turn off ringers; cell phone conversations and ringers are intrusive and can spoil other passengers' enjoyment of the tour. Please contact your service provider for information regarding cell phone reception areas: many rural areas do not have cell phone network coverage

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“The tour price compared very favorably with others.”

Mr. M.R., Lepanto, Arizona

“Everyone should go see the different parts of the wonderful world. There are a lot of wonderful folks out there. I come home with a brand new spirit. Get out and go!”

Ms. D.B., Clarksdale, Mississippi

“It was a very nice trip with nice people.”

Ms. W.B., Mary Esther, Florida

“It was the first guided tour that we’ve ever taken. It was absolutely wonderful! We will certainly give your company our highest recommendations. We’re looking forward to taking some other trips with your company.”

Mr. & Mrs. T.W., Lima, Ohio

“As a first time bus tour traveler, I found the trip much more pleasant than I had anticipated. Would definitely consider another Caravan tour.”

Ms. C.B., Novato, California

“The whole tour was wonderful. I want to do it again. I enjoyed it all and don’t think I would change anything. The tour is fabulous for the money. Excellent accommodations, you will never feel rushed and the drivers are top notch in tight situations, and the guides are the most pleasant and caring that I have found.”

Ms. B.T., Carlsbad, California

“We will try Caravan again. Our two previous trips were winners.”

Mr. & Mrs. J.R., Clemson, South Carolina

“They had wonderful buffets and good food. Could not have asked for more. The sightseeing and activities were well planned with interesting “extras.” Additionally, it was an outstanding tour for the money and I plan to travel with Caravan again as well as recommend your company to my friends. Good job, folks!”

Ms. E.H., Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

“I thought our tour director was great, very informed about the areas we visited. Will do more trips with Caravan.”

Mr. & Mrs. M.A., Neches, Texas

“I have traveled the world and this was one of the best trips I have ever taken.”

Mrs. R.A., Whittier, California

“One of the best vacations we ever took!”

Mr. R.T., Irvine, California
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Back to Top About Caravan Tours

Caravan’s Proud History

Caravan Tours began selling fully escorted tours in 1952. We have been under the same management and ownership ever since. In 1965, Roger Mudd hosted a two hour CBS TV special on Caravan Tours. This TV production took about one month to make and was so successful it inspired the 1968 romantic comedy movie “If it’s Tuesday this must be Belgium.” In the early 50’s the Mayor of Dublin presented Caravan with the Key to Dublin for bringing the first American tour to the city after WWII. Since then Caravan has been recognized as a pioneer in travel.

Great Value, Book Early

Caravan’s strong buying power gives you great vacations at prices much lower than you can find anywhere. Last year many of our tours sold out quickly. Book early for the date you prefer and the best air fare.

Trade Association Memberships

ASTA, NTA, CLIA, ACTACaravan Tours is a member of ASTA (American Society of Travel Agents), NTA (National Tour Association), CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association), and an allied member of ACTA (Alliance of Canadian Travel Agencies).

How does Caravan Tours sell these tours for such a low cost?

Caravan delivers volume to our suppliers, who in turn reward us with their very best prices, we in turn pass these savings on to you, and you reward us by buying our tours. As volume continues to rise, we then receive even better prices from our suppliers, and we pass even greater savings on to you. This year our tours are better than ever.

How satisfied are Caravan clients?

The short answer is “very.” Our surveys are uniformly very positive. However we continually strive to improve our tours, (they are often updated several times in the course of one year), we study all client surveys and suggestions for improvement very carefully.

Pitch-Free Travel

Caravan includes all activities listed in the tour itinerary page. Caravan does not sell any optional activities which can add hundreds of dollars to your tour price. Your free time is scheduled in great settings where there is no need to buy additional expensive activities.