USA - Fall in New England. You can even add on Polar Bears!
One cancellation for 2019 - make this spot yours!
Those Americans who call New England home claim that their small piece of Paradise doesn’t have to work hard to look great.
Every year, billions of leaves change in a dramatic explosion of colour from green, to a kaleidoscope of reds, pinks, oranges, russets and browns.
Leaf-peepers from all around the world now travel to New England each Fall to complete what has become for them a quintessential road trip.
But we’ll do better than that. Rather than seeing this yearly natural phenomenon from a car window, we’ll get to walk through some of the best hiking areas in the whole region.
Mother Nature has a mind of her own, but we have picked the best possible time to experience what the locals call New England's Northern Lights.
And when the trip is finished, why don’t you join us on an optional excursion to Churchill, Canada to come face to face with the world’s largest carnivore – the mighty Polar Bear.
Every year, the polar bears gather at Churchill waiting for the ice to freeze over so they can hunt seals, and we’ll be there to see them.