Package Pricing per person sharing (Including all Airport & Hotel Taxes)
Standard car rental (Nissan Versa or similar) for 17 days
3 nights’ accommodation in a Deluxe City View Room at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington DC
3 nights’ accommodation in a Standard Room at Marriott Philadelphia Downtown
3 nights’ accommodation in a Deluxe Room at Marriott Marquis New York
2 nights’ accommodation in a Deluxe Room at Omni Providence
3 nights’ accommodation in a Standard Room at Bostonian Boston
2 nights’ accommodation in a Standard Room at the Westin Portland
$ 3 830 ex New York
€ 3 840 ex Paris
£ 3 310 ex London
R 63 500 ex Johannesburg
SUV rental (Nissan Rogue or similar) for 17 days
3 nights’ accommodation in a Classic Queen Room at the Jefferson in Washington DC
3 nights’ accommodation in a Standard Room at The Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia
3 nights’ accommodation in a Suite at The Pierre in New York
2 nights’ accommodation in a Standard Room at Renaissance Providence
3 nights’ accommodation in a Deluxe Room at the Four Seasons in Boston
2 nights’ accommodation in a Superior Room at The Press Hotel, Marriott Autograph Collection in Portland, Maine
Excursions included: a segway tour in Washington DC and Hop-on Hop-off bus ticket in New York
$ 4 545 ex New York
€ 4 450 ex Paris
£ 3 850 ex London
R 73 300 ex Johannesburg
**Prices are based on low season rates and are subject to change without prior notice due to currency fluctuations and other general economic conditions.
**Rental Requirements: Client must be 25 years of age, have a valid drivers license and credit card.
Northeast America Road Trip Highlights
Our Northeast America Road Trip packages have been designed by our travel specialists to deliver matchless experiences while catering to your every need. This travel experience combines flights, airport transfers, accommodation and hand-picked activities and experiences in select World’s Ultimate destinations.
The capital city of the USA is home to some of the country’s most important museums, memorials, monuments clustered around the National Mall and The White House, the official residence of the President of the United States. With its historical and cultural wealth, stunning scenery, vibrant restaurants and world-class shopping, Washington D.C. is truly an iconic destination.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s largest city, is notable for its rich history, on display at the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed) and other American Revolutionary sites. Also iconic are the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, immortalized by Sylvester Stallone’s triumphant run in the film “Rocky.” Philadelphia is the city known for cheesesteaks and boasts a number of cheesesteak establishments, however two locations in South Philadelphia are perhaps the most famous among tourists: Pat’s King of Steaks and across the street, its rival, Geno’s Steaks.
New York City is composed of the five boroughs namely the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. The Bronx is the birthplace of hip-hop and the Yankees; Brooklyn is the most densely populated borough known for live music and sports events; Manhattan has world-class attractions such as museums, acclaimed restaurants and a dense population of some of the world’s tallest buildings; Queens is a diverse melting pot offering cuisine from around the world, Mets baseball and famous works of art and Staten Island, only a ferry ride away, is filled with rich history, architecture and magnificent views of New York City.
Providence is the capital city of the U.S. state of Rhode Island. It’s home to Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design, whose RISD Museum displays American art and silver. Nearby, 18th- and 19th-century homes line the streets of College Hill. Newport is a city set on Aquidneck Island in the New England state of Rhode Island. Its yacht-filled harbor hosted the America’s Cup, a renowned annual sailing regatta, for many years. Newport is also known for the Gilded Age mansions lining Bellevue Avenue, some of which are now museums. The most famous is The Breakers, an 1895 mansion patterned after a Renaissance palace.
Boston is Massachusetts’ capital and largest city. Founded in 1630, it’s one of the oldest cities in the U.S. The key role it played in the American Revolution is highlighted on the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile walking route of historic sites that tells the story of the nation’s founding. One stop, former meeting house Faneuil Hall, is a popular marketplace. Fenway Park is a baseball and since 1912, it has been the home for the Boston Red Sox. Fenway Park is the oldest ballpark in MLB. Portland, Maine
Portland is a city in the U.S. state of Maine, set on a peninsula extending into Casco Bay. The Old Port waterfront features working fishing wharves and converted warehouses with restaurants and shops. Nearby, the Western Promenade is a public park atop a bluff, offering river and mountain views. Its surrounding district, the West End, is full of Victorian-era homes, including the Victoria Mansion museum. Maine is best-known & loved for lobster. Car Rental
We have a wide range of vehicles for you to choose from for your Northeast America Road Trip. From a standard sedan, to a SUV or convertible Ford Mustang only to name a few.
World’s Ultimate Hotels
World’s Ultimate Experiences offers accommodation that will ensure that you experience the best of your chosen destination. Accommodation in Four and Five Star Hotels is included in your road trip.
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ItineraryDAY 1DAY 2-3DAY 4DAY 4-6DAY 7DAY 7-9DAY 10-11DAY 12DAY 12-14DAY 15-16DAY 17Arrive in Washington DC
Upon your arrival in Washington DC, you will collect your chosen car rental from the airport and drive to your selected World’s Ultimate Hotel where you will spend the next 3 nights.Explore Washington DC
Welcome to the capitol of the United States of America! Take a step back in time as you explore the Washington Monument, the Capitol Building, the White House and so much more. Learn the history of America and revel in how much it’s grown.Drive to Philadelphia
Spend day 4 driving to Philadelphia where the best cheesesteak awaits you! The drive from Washington DC to Philly is about 2 and a half hours.Explore Philadelphia
Spend the next few days exlploring Philadelphia. This city also has some American history of its own. It is home to Independence Hall where the Declaration of Independence was signed. You can also see the Liberty Bell which is a symbol of freedom for America. Don’t forget to try a Philly cheesesteak, you won’t find a better place to try one!Drive to New York
Spend day 7 making your way to The City That Never Sleeps, The Big Apple, New York! Your drive from Philadelphia to New York is two hours.Explore New York
Get lost in the City of Dreams. There are so many things to discover and explore while in New York. Take a ferry to the Statue of Liberty, go to the top of the Empire State Building and get an amazing view of the city, have a picnic in Central Park, go on a shopping spree down Fifth Avenue. Whatever you are feeling, New York is sure to provide.Drive to Providence/Newport
Providence is the capital city of the U.S. state of Rhode Island and home to Rhode Island School of Design, whose RISD Museum displays American art and silver. Newport is home to many Gilded Age mansions, the famous one known as The Breakers’ Vanderbilt Mansion. The drive from New York to Providence is a little over 3 hours.Drive to Boston
Make your way up to Boston on day. The drive from Providence to Boston is a little over an hour.Explore Boston
Days 12-14 spend getting to know the city of Boston. If the season is right, head over to the oldest baseball park in America, Fenway Park and catch a Boston Red Soxs game. The interesting history of the Boston Tea Party can be found at the Boston Tea Party Museum. If you’re feeling thirsty, take a tour of the Samuel Adams Brewery and sample some of the best beers in America. See all the sites with a Hop On Hop Off bus ticket that will be sure to take you and show you everything Boston has to offer.Drive to Portland, Maine
For the final stop of your trip, make your way to Portland, Maine. Portland is a city set on a peninsula extending into Casco Bay. The Old Port waterfront features working fishing wharves and converted warehouses with restaurants and shops. You don’t want to miss out on a lobster roll while you’re here. Maine is best known for its lobster and you won’t be disappointed! The drive from Boston to Portland is a little under 2 hours. You will catch your flight home from Portland.
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