Military Reunions, Church Groups & More

good friends on tours

Fraternal/Special Interest

Nothing is better than traveling with friends that share your experience and interests.  Because every tour is unique to meet your requests, you can spend more time at places that are of particular interest to your group.

Do you have a book club looking to Visit the sites of Hawthorne, Emerson, Thoreau, and Alcott?  Let’s see the actual sites where these authors lived and worked.

Are you part of a Church Group looking to visit the beautiful Cathedrals in Montreal, Boston or Washington DC?  We have great ideas for you!

Do you just have a great group of friends that want to visit Salem at Halloween?  We have you covered!

Whether you are looking to visit your old College Campus, or getting your garden club together, we can plan a fun and unique trip just for you.

Two elderly people enjoying lunch at woodmans

Military Reunions

We have had the privilege of working with many Military groups including the USS Boston, the USS St. Paul, the USS Salem, the Fighting 69th and many more.  We have organized Memorial Services, Wreath laying ceremonies, and special reunion dinners that include entertainment.

Transportation is carefully chosen to meet the needs of our veterans.  Attractions and Restaurants are always made aware of any special needs or dietary requests.  And, of course, our guides are waiting to make your reunion one to remember!

Call us to plan your unique visit to Boston and North of Boston.


Senior couple, man and woman, on bicycles having bike tour in autumn park

Corporate Getaways

We have worked with corporations large and small in planning tours to New York City, Washington DC, overnight Fall Foliage Tours, Coast of Maine sails, Newport, RI at Christmas, and many more locations.

So, gather your staff of 25 or more and let us help you get out of the office to have fun!  See a Broadway Show, visit a Botanical Garden, go to a theme park, step back in time at Williamsburg, go on a Whale Watch….we have many ideas to share with you.

Remember, one call is all it takes.