East Coast Explorer
Day 1: New York City, New York to Plymouth, Massachusetts
Start your journey in The Big Apple, where you'll meet your tour manager who will lead you to one of the most exciting ways to travel in the USA: By rail. The regional train toward Massachusetts will have you feeling like a local as you watch the lush New England countryside pass by. Once you arrive to the train station, your tour manager will bring you to complete your paperwork to rent your RV, then you're off on the open road. Just a few miles outside of Boston you'll arrive to your first overnight stop, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Day 2 - Plymouth Plantation, Massachusetts
Plymouth was the site of the landing of the Pilgrims on Plymouth Rock in 1620. Lots of American lore comes from this place, including Pocahontas, John Smith, the first Thanksgiving and more. Take a step back in time at the recreated Plymouth Plantation, complete with historic reenactors to help you understand what life was like in Colonial America. When you are finished, hop back in the RV and complete your journey around the Cape Cod horn to one of the most beautiful beachside communities in the United States.
Day 3 - Cape Code, Massachusetts
Explore the stunning Cape Cod, where just a narrow strip of sandy land separates the serene bay from the open surf from the Atlantic. Cape Cod has long been a favourite vacation destination, so there are plenty of opportunities for evening entertainment, from spectacular seafood restaurants to drive-in cinemas to busy nightclubs.
Day 4 - Newport, Rhode island
Newport was home to the rich and famous during the 1800s, something that left the area speckled with spectacular coastal mansions. Over a dozen of the mansions are now available to tour, giving you insight into a unique aspect of American life.
Day 5: Newport Beach, Rhode Island to Old Orchard Beach, Maine
Today's 4-hour drive (our longest one) will take you to four different states. Snake your way through Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire before arriving in Maine, the tip of America. This stunning coastal drive will bring you some great views and classic New England villages. Finally arriving in Maine, you'll have the chance to try some of their most popular export: Lobster. Yum.
Day 6: Old Orchard Beach, Maine to Hampton Beach, New Hampshire
Back down the coast to popular beachside resort town of Hampton Beach, this is the last opportunity to enjoy a day at the beach before we finish our tour tomorrow.
Day 7 - Boston, Massachusetts
Onward to Boston, home of one of the best baseball stadiums in the US (Fenway Park), Harvard University, Good Will Hunting and much more.
Day 8: Boston
All good things must come to an end. Today you say goodbye to your friends and tour manager and prepare for your next adventure. If you'd like to make your way back to New York, we'd be happy to arrange for a return train ticket — just let us know in the comments field of your booking request.
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Minimum of 2 people booking
8 Days accommodation within the RV
RV Fees – including hire, linens, kitchenware, and vehicle insurance
Fleet parties and barbeques
RV park fees
National park entrances
Single occupancy £100