Day 1 Arrival New York City
Welcome to start your tour with us! You can choose any one of the three major airports in New York when book your flight. Our professional tour guide will meet passengers on domestic flights at the baggage claim area and those on international flights at theCustoms exit area. While the complimentary airport pick-up service is available between 9AM and 10PM (actual arrival time), passengers arriving at JFK or LGA before 5PM will receive an additional gift – experiencing Flushing, Queens, an extremely safe and booming neighborhood with many shopping and eating options. Actually, the density of banks there has been only a little lower than Wall Street and the amount of walking people there is only next to Times Square. Besides traditional large-scale stores such as Macy’s and Best Buy, you will also have lots more to choose from many small featured stores. Hungry? You can find nearly all name brands of fast food chains and hundreds of options of authentic Asian food.
Day 2 New York City Tour (Full Day)
At first glance New York may seem too overwhelming, but our highly organized tour is designed to give you a taste of the Capital of the World, with much of the City’s best in architecture, museums, history, shopping and fun! Just a few of the highlights you are going to see with us: Wall Street and its symbolic Charging Bull, cruise on the Hudson river to take photographs with Stature of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge, panoramic view of the whole city including Central Park from the observatory deck on Empire State Building, a guided tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, an exploration of the newly transformed USS Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, and taking pictures with hundreds of elites’ wax figure in Madame Tussauds’ Museum. In addition, you may also pass by United Nations Headquarters, theRockefeller Center, Fifth Avenue and the brand new Freedom Tower on your motorcoach.
Day 3 New York-Princeton University-Philadelphia-Baltimore- Washington DC
Chartered in 1746, Princeton is the fourth-oldest college in the United States. Renowned for its park-like beauty, Princeton’s open campus features extraordinary architecture. The buildings by distinguished architects span more than four centuries and include a variety ofstyles。With a brief visit of Princeton University, you will reach the Independence Park which includes several most symbolic landmarks of the country in Philadelphia, the birthplace of our country. Baltimore – the colorful, diverse town that is Maryland’s largest city and economic hub, is known for its beautiful harbor. The waterfront, surrounded with shops, restaurants and attractions that lure tourists and residents today, made Baltimore a hub for tobacco trade with England in its earliest days.
Day 4 Washington D.C. City Tour（Full Day）
Surely, the Capitol Hill is not merely a meeting place for the U. S. Congress. How does this world’s political center look inside? Follow our tour guide for some truly valuable experience. While the White House remains closed to the public, feel free to take photos from its outside. Besides stepping onto Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam and Korean War Memorials, our motorcoach takes you in town passing by the splendid Washington Monument and Jefferson Memorial. With the exception of the National Gallery of Art, all of the museums on the National Mall are part of the Smithsonian Institution, established in1846 “for the increase and diffusion of knowledge”. For example, the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution holds the largest collection of historic aircraft and spacecraft in the world in161,145 square feet of exhibition floor space. Still, you surely do not want to miss the opportunity to take our exclusive cruise on Potomac River to explore some best kept secrets in town!
Day 5 Washington D.C -Corning-Niagara Falls Night
View Driving through the hilly Pennsylvania and New York State, the several hours of ride becomes a perfect time to enjoy the rural scenes. Corning Museum of Glass, which maintains the most comprehensive collection of historic and art glass in the world: 35,000 glass pieces representing 35 centuries of glass craftsmanship. In addition, enjoy the hot glass show performed by some most experienced technicians. Amazed by the deafening roar of both the American and the Horseshoe Falls, you are strolling in the State Park with the mist from both falls spraying up in your face. Maid of the Mist takes you all theway into the water. Catch “Niagara: Legends of Adventure,” a dramatic
45-minute IMAX film on the new 45X25-foot screen. Then you can choose either to stay in the Falls Park for self exploration until returning to the hotel or have an in-depth tour ($25/Adult) by visiting the Hydropower Station and Old Fort Niagara. Nobody than the Native Americans know better about how strategic Niagara Falls’ location is, and the Europeans learned it in the hard way! Come to the Old Fort Niagara, it will give you all the insights 99% tourists would never discover. (The completeness of night view on certain summer evenings may be limited or not available due to late sunset time and US Federal Government regulations on driving hours.)
Day 6 Niagara Falls-Boston
Enjoying the fantastic view of the rivers and mountains in central New York on our comfortable tour bus, you are on the way to Boston. As the Cultural Capital, it has so many “firsts” in the country. Among them is the oldest university – Harvard. How did get its name? Is there a real Mr. Harvard? Together with MIT, it has made the town Cambridge even more famous than its counterpart in UK! Passing by the Trinity Church, Public Library, Prudential Tower, and Boston Common, it comes time for dinner. Remember: our cultural capital is also famous for its fresh lobsters!
Day 7 Boston-Rhode Island-Plymouth Rock- Boston
Take the harbor cruise and enjoy the fantastic view of this historic city. Have a real Bostonian lunch at the Quincy Market, pass by the Mayflower boat in Plymouth carrying the first group of pilgrims arrived in 1620 and reach the Breakers, Newport (Rhode Island)’s most magnificent mansion in the afternoon. Inside it, many stories are waiting for you to explore the glory of Vanderbilt’s family.
Day 8 Boston- Yale University-5th Ave Shopping
Head to Connecticut, and enjoy a brief visit of Yale University, the third oldest college located in a beautiful college town. Half a dozen of U.S. presidents studied in the top ranked institution. Arrive in NYC by the early evening, and you may want to focus on the luxurious FifthAvenue stores.
Day 9 Woodbury Outlets- West Point-Hometown
Visit the oldest military academy of the United States at West Point, which educates more U.S. Army officers than any other institution. Shop till you drop at the Woodbury Common, a shopaholic’s dreamland — designer clothing at bargain prices! So many world famous brands are available at up to 70% off discount! If you do prefer to shop, it is OK to skip the West Point Academy. Then transfer to airport for the flight after 7 pm.
$1088 per person quad share
$ 1248 per person triple share
$1388 per person twin share
$1888 per person for your own room
Tour includes transfers, 4* hotel accommodation, daily tours with guide service.
Tour does not include meals, travel insurance, flights to NYC and tips to guide and driver. Compulsory tipping USD65 payable before departure.
Additional fee: Admission package around total $350/person payable on arrival.
Sequence of the above itinerary is subject to change without prior notices based on weather or traffic conditions and operation requirements; however the amount of attractions will remain the same. Earlier departure from the group is on your own expenses and may cause your missing some scheduled attractions.
1. Two nights in metropolitan area，two nights in Washington
2. Entrance into the high authority—the Capitol Hill(inside)
3. Upon arrival, you will receive a free half day city tour plus leisure shopping time (exclusive)
4. Visit 16 museum of Smithsonian Institution for free, and a full day tour in Washington
5. Additional visit to the Metropolitan Museum, Power station, The castle of Niagara Falls, Princeton University, Inner Harbor
6. Fifth Avenue + Woodbury Outlets