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bus tours East Coast,Perfect East Coast Multi-Day Bus Tours

  1. By Kevin
  2. On Feb 10, 2018
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

The eastern coast of the United States offers travelers endless opportunities to explore.From historic destinations to quaint towns,beautiful forests to must-see museums,these stops make up the vacation of a lifetime.Some bus tours of East Coast,Perfect East Coast Multi-Day bus tours recommended for you.

3-Day Niagara Falls,Washington D.C.,and Philadelphia Bus Tour from New York/New Jersey/Philadelphia

Highlights:

Best-selling 3-day Niagara Falls bus tour-experience the beauty of nature and know about US civilization in just 3 days.

Get ready to soak up!With the most famous"Maid of the Mist"

Niagara Falls USA-No need for Visa/Passport.

Niagara Falls Illumination

Every evening the Niagara Falls are lit in the colors of the rainbow.It is transformed into an incredible,multi-colored water and light masterpiece.You will witness the beauty of falls at night.

bus tours East Coast

2-Day Niagara Falls&Watkins Glen/Corning Museum of Glass Bus Tour from New York/New Jersey

Highlights:

Get ready to soak up with the most famous Maid of the Mist boat ride.

Enjoy Native American Dance show performed by Native Americans

Niagara Falls USA-No need for Visa/Passport.

Watkins Glen State Park(Summer Schedule:Mid-May to Oct.)

It is the most famous of the Finger Lakes State Parks,with a reputation for leaving visitors spellbound.Within two miles,the glen's stream descends 400 feet past 200-foot cliffs,generating 19 waterfalls along its course.It is really an amazing place especially for those who like sightseeing and photography.

bus tours East Coast

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls(US side)are viewable from a steep angle on the American side,where it is possible to approach to within several meters of the edge of the falls.One can view the falls from the bank of the river,as well as on Goat Island and Luna Island,which are accessible by a pedestrian bridge that crosses the rapids of the Niagara River upstream from the falls.