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Fall foliage tours and vacations take you to amazing harbors, hidden villages, verdant mountains, historical sites, and great cities. The change of colors and views are simply breathtaking. The area is also very rich in history. From Maine to Massachusetts, fall colors are breathtaking and it's the best time to be in New England. Smaller highways and back roads provide gorgeous fall foliage views as well as a quaint atmosphere dotted with small towns and villages, orchard and cider mills, and cafes and unique shops. There are some of the Best Guided Trips for Leaf Peepers with a chance along the way to see a covered bridge, visit the natural wonder in Franconia Notch State Park,and drive through NewHampshire's White Mountainsof North Conway and Mount Washington.
If fall is your favorite time of year, then fall foliage tours and vacations are perfect for you. For decades, New England fall foliage has become synonymous with gorgeous fall foliage during the autumn months. Fall foliage tours popularly visit Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. New England is truly the place to be when those leaves begin to change colors. Just as winter begins to creep in and a white wonderland takes over, leaves all along the Eastern seaboard will be dropping their green hues for brilliant shades of orange, yellow, and red.
What is the best time to take a Fall Foliage tour?
Although it can vary based on the first cold fronts from one year to another, the beautiful leaf peepingshow generally kicks off in Maine in late September and goes straight down the coast to Connecticut where colors peak in early November. Fall Foliage season is New England's busiest travel season so booking your tour early is important. With a wide selection of the best fall foliage tours for 2022 and 2023 with autumn trips to Vermont, Cape Cod, and Maine's Acadia National State Park.
Is New England the only place to see fall foliage?
That's a great question! New England is famous for it's covered bridges, quaint towns and colorful fall foliage, but it certainly is not the only place you can see the leaves & their vibrant colors. Other popular areas to view fall foliage are the National Parks, the Pacific Northwest including Oregon & French Canada including Quebec. We have a wonderful selection of either traveling with a small group or a guided tour.