Biking in New York, Cape Cod & Vermont
October 2020

CONFIRMED DEPARTURE

Begin your tour with three nights in New York City experiencing the vibrancy of ‘The Big Apple’. Visit  Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park and other iconic sights both on foot and by bike. You will also have time to catch a Broadway show if you wish. Moving on to Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard, you will cycle easy paths past scenic lighthouses, gingerbread cottages and dramatic sea vistas.  Discover what makes Martha’s Vineyard such a favourite with artists, writers and American Presidents. Following this spectacular coastal riding, you will travel to Vermont to ride through the glorious fall colours. Every day will feature leisurely lakeside cycling and magical views of Lake Champlain. Rides will be on the Burlington bike path and quiet back roads, through charming New England towns all the while staying in cosy inns and boutique hotels.   E-bikes are available.

TOUR MANAGER Pat Mandeno

TOUR DATES Thursday 1 – Friday 16 October 2020

TOUR INCLUSIONS

  • The services of an experienced New Zealand based Calder & Lawson tour manager
  • Economy class airfares
  • 13 nights accommodation in historic inns, resorts and 4 star hotels
  • Meals as specified in the itinerary
  • Bike and helmet
  • Local guides
  • All group transfers
  • Admissions as detailed in the itinerary
  • All tips for local guides and drivers
  • Pre-tour material

TOUR EXCLUSIONS

  • Airline taxes
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Beverages during included meals, unless specified
  • Other meals not specified in the itinerary
  • Hotel porterage
  • American eSTA visa (electronic travel authorisation)
  • If you wish to pay by credit card, a surcharge of 2.5% will be charged

TOUR PRICE Ex Auckland          
Share twin per person               NZD $14,399
Single supplement                     NZD $  2,900

Please contact Calder & Lawson Tours if you are interested in a single occupancy place; they are very limited.

GROUP SIZE Minimum 10, maximum 18