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October 4 – 12, 2025

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Immerse yourself in the vibrant fall colors of New England! Beginning in Boston, see the Old North Church where Paul Revere got the signal to start his famous ride, tour the restored Boston Tea Party ships, and wander historic Beacon Hill. Leaving Bean Town, travel to North Conway — a city bordering New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Enjoy breathtaking vistas aboard the Cog Railway as you summit Mount Washington — the highest peak in the northeast. Return to North Conway and board the Conway Scenic Railroad for a nostalgic ride through the Mount Washington Valley countryside. Next, travel from North Conway to Burlington, Vermont, along the Kancamagus Highway. This drive offers unparalleled views of the Quechee Gorge, “Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon,” and the opportunity to participate in hands-on demonstrations at the Billings Farm & Museum in Woodstock.  Just outside Burlington, view the impressive collection of American art at the Shelburne Museum and watch apples turn to cider at the Cold Hollow Cider Mill. Lastly, pay a visit to the home of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, founded in 1978 in a renovated gas station. In Portland, Maine, take a scenic cruise around Casco Bay before snapping an obligatory photo in front of the famed Portland Head Lighthouse in Cape Elizabeth. Before concluding your trip back in Boston, get a taste of Maine with a farewell lobster dinner.


All Two Night Stays – Boston, Burlington, White Mountains, & Portland
2 Rail Journeys – Granite State Scenic Railway & Mt. Washington Cog Rail * Boston City Tour
Faneuil Hall Marketplace & Quincy Market * JFK Presidential Library & Museum * Billings Farm & Museum
Woodstock, Vermont * North Conway, NH * Maple Sugar Farm * Ben & Jerry’s Factory * Shelburne Museum
Kancamagus Highway * Portland, Maine * Casco Bay Cruise * Morse Libby House * Cold Hollow Cider Mill
Portland Head Lighthouse * Lobster Farewell Dinner


8 Nights Accommodations
2 Nights – The Westin Boston Seaport or Le Meridien Boston/Cambridge, Boston Area
2 Nights – Doubletree by Hilton or Best Western Windjammer, Burlington, VT
2 Nights – The Glen House, Woodward Mountain Resort White Mountains Area, NH
2 Nights – Hyatt Place or Holiday Inn, Portland, Maine
(On some dates, alternate hotels may be used.)


SINGLE OCCUPANCY:  $6,575 Per Person          DOUBLE OCCUPANCY:  $5,175 Per Person


SEAT REDUCTION DATE:  April 4, 2025 (For reservations after this date, please call for availability & rates.)

A deposit of $400 per person is due upon reservation.  Reservations are made on a first come, first served basis.  Reservations made after the deposit due date of April 4, 2025 are based upon availability. NO RISK DEPOSIT: Deposits are fully refundable up until April 4, 2025.  After April 4, 2025, the deposit full value can be used as a Future Travel Credit with Premier World Discovery. Final payment due by July 4, 2025. 

BOOKING DISCOUNT:  Make your Final Payment by check prior to the Final Payment Due Date & receive $200 per couple / $100 per person Booking Discount!  Initial Deposit can be made by check or credit card to be eligible.  Payments after Initial Deposit are considered part of Final Payment & must be made by check.

PRICING INCLUDES:  Transportation Between Tyler & DFW International Airport * Round Trip Airfare (In/Out DFW International) * 11 Meals (8 Breakfasts & 3 Dinners) * Professional “Premier World Discovery” Tour Director * Luxurious Motor-Coach Transportation * Hotel Transfers * Admissions Per Itinerary * Sightseeing Per Itinerary * 4 Nights Hotel Accommodations * Baggage Handling @ Hotels * Complimentary Secured Parking @ American Tours

IMPORTANT CONDITIONS:  Your price is guaranteed once deposit is received and booking confirmed by Premier World Discovery.  Your price is not subject to increase after the deposit is received and booking confirmed, except for charges resulting from increases in government-imposed taxes or fees.  (See registration form for consent.)  All Rates are Per Person and are subject to change, based on air inclusive package from DFW.

The Premier Compass Club rewards our valued guests with special recognition and a Compass Club Loyalty Credit on future tours and cruises.  Guests that have completed a trip will automatically be enrolled and will receive an additional $100 per person or $200 per couple Compass Club Loyalty Credit applied to their next Premier World Discovery tour or River Cruise. Loyalty Credit is valid for 24 months from your last tour.  For more details and information visit: premierworlddiscovery.com.


Upon arrival in Boston meet your Tour Director and transfer to your Boston Area hotel for a two-night stay. Enjoy the evening at leisure in this historic city filled with amazing restaurants. Overnight: Boston Area

Today enjoy a Boston City Tour featuring Boston Commons, the Old State House, the Old North Church from where Paul Revere got the signal to start his famous ride, the Old South Meeting House, Beacon Hill and Old Ironsides.  Visit the Faneuil Hall Marketplace, located in downtown Boston near the waterfront and originally gifted to the city in 1742. Enjoy lunch and shopping in this area which also features Quincy Market, added to the complex due to Boston’s growth in 1826. Later visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum, which is dedicated to the memory of our nation’s thirty-fifth president. Located on Boston’s waterfront, the Library & Museum is set on a 10-acre park landscaped to be reminiscent of President Kennedy’s beloved Cape Cod. Tonight enjoy a Welcome Dinner. (B,D) Overnight: Boston Area

After breakfast travel to the scenic town of Woodstock, often referred to as America’s Prettiest Town with its colonial architecture and New England charm. Visit the Billings Farm & Museum, a modern working dairy farm and history museum of Vermont life in the 1890’s. This afternoon pass through quaint villages and mountain scenery before arriving in Burlington for a two-night stay in the famous and historic Vermont mountain town. (B) Overnight: Burlington, VT

Visit the Shelburne Museum, located in Vermont’s scenic Lake Champlain Valley & one of the nation’s finest, most diverse and unconventional museums of art and Americana. Later visit Cold Hollow Cider Mill, one of the largest  apple cider mills in New England and known for cold-pressed cider. Also visit the home of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, founded in 1978 in a renovated gas station. Enjoy a brief factory tour and a scoop of one of the creative flavors. Late afternoon return to your hotel for an evening at your own pace. (B) Overnight: Burlington, VT

This morning visit a Maple Sugar Farm to sample some authentic Vermont Maple sweets and learn about the sugaring process. Later board the Granite State Scenic Railway in Lincoln formerly known as the Hobo Railroad. The picturesque 80-minute experience rides along the banks of Pemigewasset River and through the woods on a historic rail system that dates back to the late 1800’s. Continue to your hotel for a two-night stay in the beautiful White Mountains and enjoy dinner with your fellow travelers. (B,D) Overnight: White Mountains, NH

This morning board the historic Mount Washington Cog Railway. Enjoy breathtaking vistas during the three-hour rail experience aboard the world’s first (1869) mountain climbing Cog Railway to the top of the highest peak in the Northeast, Mount Washington.  Then travel to the small town of North Conway for some leisure & shopping time. Continue to one of New England’s most popular scenic drives, the Kancamagus Highway. The drive offers spectacular views of rushing rivers, covered bridges and mountain scenery. Enjoy the evening at leisure.  (B) Overnight: White Mountains, NH

After breakfast board your motorcoach and enjoy the scenery as you travel from the mountains to the coast. Arrive in Portland, Maine’s largest city that sits on a peninsula jutting out into beautiful islandfilled Casco Bay. Visit the Victoria Mansion, also known as the Morse Libby House, the nation’s premier showpiece of Victorian architecture. Arrive at your hotel for a twonight stay in Portland. (B) Overnight: Portland

Today enjoy a scenic Casco Bay Cruise past lovely Victorian cottages on the shorelines of Little & Great Diamond Island. Then enjoy some leisure time for shopping and lunch on your own in Old Port, Portland’s historic waterfront. Later visit the Portland Head Lighthouse & Museum in Cape Elizabeth, one of America’s oldest and most photographed lighthouses. Tonight enjoy a Lobster Farewell Dinner with your fellow travelers. Lobster is a favorite dish of New Englanders in the summer and fall. (B,D) Overnight: Portland

Travel to Boston & fly home with wonderful memories of your New England experiences. (B)


This optional Travel Protection Plan is $375 per person, is not included in Tour Pricing, and is non-refundable.

For more information regarding the coverage provided by Premier’s TPP, please visit https://www.pwd.travel/tpp.html.



ACTIVITY LEVEL: The overall activity level of this tour is a LEVEL 3.  This tour includes moderate physical activity.  The itinerary blends some longer days with shorter days.  You should be in good health, able to walk a flight of stairs (or more), and participate in walking tours of nature walks possibly over uneven ground and cobblestone streets with periods of standing.  There could be some early and late activities as well as temperature and altitude changes.


BOOKING DISCOUNT: Make your Final Payment by check prior to the Final Payment Due Date & receive $200 per couple / $100 per person Booking Discount!  Initial Deposit can be made by check or credit card to be eligible.  Payments after Initial Deposit are considered part of Final Payment & must be made by check.

NO RISK DEPOSIT – NO CHANGE FEES: Deposits & TPP payments for any Bookings made for this tour are fully refundable until 180 days prior to departure.  Should your plans change inside of 180 days you can use the full value (Future Travel Credit**) of your Deposit or TPP on a different program as long as you change plans or let us know prior to the Final Payment Due Date.  Future Travel Credits are valid for 12 months from deposit date and are non-transferable.

Cancellations not covered by the Travel Protection Plan (TPP) or if the TPP is not purchased, are subject to the following per person fees:
– Cancel more than 180 days prior to departure: Full Refund
– Cancel 179-90 days prior to departure: Deposit or TPP* is Retained**
– Cancel 89-60 days prior to departure: 25% of total price
– Cancel 59-30 days prior to departure: 50% of total price
– Cancel 29-15 days prior to departure: 75% of total price – Cancel 14 days or less prior to departure/no shows: No refunds
*If purchased **Future Travel Credit issued for Deposit or TPP* value

PREMIER’S TRAVEL PROTECTION PLAN (TPP) of $375 per person (must purchase with Initial Deposit)
Part A – Cancellation Waiver provided by PWD
I. Trip Cancellation Waiver (TCW) – Guarantees full refund on all payments, except the Trip Cancellation Waiver Fee itself in case of cancellation up to the time and date of departure due to the passenger’s personal illness or death of an immediate family  member.  Medical/official documentation required.
II. Premier “Any Reason” Cancellation Waiver (ARCW) – Reimburses 75% of the cancellation fees in the form of a future travel credit certificate (FTCC) valid for 1 year, if you cancel more than 48 hours prior to scheduled depar- ture for any reason not eligible for cash refund under the TCW (Part A – I.).  FTCC is non-transferable, may not be redeemed for cash and does not in- clude any credit for the Trip Cancellation Waiver Fee. The Trip Cancellation Waiver Fee must be paid for with Initial Deposit and is refundable until 180 days prior to departure.  The Trip Cancellation Waiver does not cover any single supplement charges due to an individual’s traveling companion canceling prior to departure.  The Trip Cancellation Waiver is non-transferable and valid for each applicant only.  The Trip Cancellation Waiver does not cover any services such as airline tickets not purchased through PWD.  Cancellations, Refunds & Inquiries under Part A will be handled by PWD.  Certain Exclusions and Restrictions apply.
Part B – Post Departure Travel Protection Plan* provided by USI includes coverage for: Trip Interruption ($1,000); Trip Delay ($100/Day-Max $500); Baggage & Personal Effects ($2,000); Baggage Delay ($500); Emergency Accident/Sickness Medical  Expense – excess coverage ($30,000); Emergency Evacuation/Repatriation ($150,000); Accidental Death & Dismember- ment ($25,000); Non-Insurance and Emergency Travel Assistance Services** (24/7).  Claims & Inquiries under Part B will be administered by USI.

For full Part A and Part B plan details visit: www.premierworlddiscovery.com/TPP.  All Benefits described on this page are for general information basis only.  There are certain restrictions, exclusions and limitation that apply to all insurance coverages. Plan benefits, limits and provisions may vary by state jurisdiction

RESPONSIBILITY:  Premier World Tours LLC dba Premier World Discovery (hereafter PWD), whose vouchers are used by respective agents for the passenger in all matters pertaining to hotel accommodations, sightseeing tours and transportation, hold themselves free of  responsibility for any damages occasioned from any cause whatsoever.  PWD will not be responsible for any damages or inconvenience caused by late arrivals, departures and change of schedule or other conditions nor will they be responsible for any act, omission, or event during the time the passenger is not on board their conveyance.  The passage contract in use by the airline concerned, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the airline and the purchaser of this tour/cruise, and/or passenger.  PWD does not hold any responsibility for the conduct of any of its members, hotel, motorcoach, cruiseline, train, airline or other personnel.  PWD reserves the right to decline to accept or retain any person as a member of a tour/cruise at its discretion.  PWD &/or its Tour Director retain the right to require any participant to withdraw from a tour/cruise at any time, if determined to be in the best interests of health, safety & general welfare of the tour/cruise group or of the individual participant. Arbitration – I/We agree, any and all disputes concerning this contract or any other material concerning the trip, or the trip itself must be resolved exclusively pursuant to binding arbitration in the state of California, pursuant to the then current rules of the American Arbitration Association.  Payment of the deposit for this tour/cruise constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions.

IMPORTANT CONDITIONS/NOTES: A valid US passport is required for this tour and is the responsibility of each passenger.  Passports should be valid for up to six (6) months beyond the travel dates.  All names must be submitted to Premier exactly as they appear on passenger passports.  US Passport Cards are not accepted for Air Travel to / from Canada.  Itinerary and hotels are subject to change.

AIR NOTE:  Air Schedules may not be available until Final Trip Documentation is received.  Air seats are assigned by the airline and sometimes not assigned until the day of travel. Air seat changes can only be attempted upon receipt of e-tickets and
Final Trip Documentation at which time availability may be limited.  If specific seat assignments or airline choice is extremely important to your reservation, we recommend you book land only and make your own air reservations.  Please make this adjustment to land only/own air at time of tour reservation.

A deposit of $400 per person is due upon reservation.  Reservations are made on a first come, first served basis.  Reservations made after the deposit due date of April 4, 2025 are based upon availability.  NO RISK DEPOSIT: Deposits are fully refundable up until April 4, 2025.  After April 4, 2025, the deposit full value can be used as a Future Travel Credit with Premier World Discovery.  Final payment due by July 4, 2025.

DISCLAIMER:  Any information or policy reflected in the promotional material provided by Collette Vacations have priortiy over any information or policy reflected in the promotional material provided by American Tours.