Discover New Worlds This Columbus Day

Kick Off the Fall Season with a Columbus Day Weekend GetawayDiscover New Worlds This Columbus Day

Columbus Day Weekend is almost here, and if you’ve waited until the last minute to book a getaway for the holiday weekend, then it’s time to head over to TakeTours.com, where you can find great deals on exciting getaways to make the most of the fall season! Just like Columbus discovered the New World, you can discover eye-opening new experiences at these thrilling destinations.

From Los Angeles

Grand Canyon Tours – Grand Canyon winds 227 miles through the Arizona desert, covering such an extensive area that there is no possible way you could visit all the best lookout points and vistas over one three-day weekend. But, that does not mean you shouldn’t try! Each rim of the canyon offers something a little different. The West Rim, operated by the Hualapai Tribe, features the Skywalk Glass Bridge, an observation bridge that juts more than 70 feet over the canyon’s edge. The South Rim, the most popular side of the canyon, is home to the Grand Canyon Historic Village, a tourist area that features lodging, food, and other travel accommodations for visitors. To get a humbling perspective of the immense size of this natural wonder, you should consider taking a helicopter tour that will take you high above the deep ravines carved out by the Colorado River. Many tours that go to the Grand Canyon also make stops at the nearby Hoover Dam, a marvel of human engineering, and in the thrilling city of Las Vegas. 1-Day sightseeing Grand Canyon tours start at $65 per person, while overnight tours start at $168 per person.

From New York

3-Day Niagara Falls, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Watkins Glen Tour from New York – Good news! There are still a few weeks left of the season to ride world- famous Maid of the Mist cruise line, which sails guests as close as safely possible to the base of the cascading waters of Niagara Falls. Unfortunately, it only runs seasonally from April to October 31st. However, there are still plenty of reasons to visit the Falls during the winter months, as this tour from New York City will prove. Other enticing activities in the Niagara area include the Thundering Water Cultural Show, a showcase of Native American dancers that tells the story of a local legend, and the Niagara Adventure Movie, which will replace the Maid of the Mist from October and April, on a huge 45-foot screen with powerful, high quality surround sound. This tour wraps up with a day in Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia, where you history-buffs can visit the nation’s most important government buildings and historical monuments. With a special, limited time buy-2-get-3rd-free offer and a starting price of $119 per person, this tour is perfect for families or groups of friends!

Niagara Falls

From Miami

3-Day Orlando Theme Parks Tour from Miami – This tour lets you customize your perfect theme park experience, making it the perfect choice for families with young children. Choose any three of the area’s action-packed parks: the classic Disney parks, like EPCOT or the Magic Kingdom, which have delighted visitors for decades; Universal Studios, featuring rides and attractions based on beloved movies; SeaWorld Orlando, where you can see the iconic Shamu killer whale show; and a handful of other parks, offering a little something for everyone. Tour packages, which already include hotel accommodations, round-trip transport to the parks and to/from Miami, and admission to three parks of your choosing, are priced at just under $200 per person.

Walt Disney World - Columbus Day

From Boston

3-Day Montreal, Quebec City and Lake George Tour from Boston – The fall season draws a lot of visitors to the Northeast, and the route this tour follows takes you along the scenic highways of this region, past countless trees whose colorful leaves are falling away for the season. From Boston, you will make your way to Montreal and Quebec City to explore these French-Canadian urban centers. In Montreal, you will visit the Olympic Stadium and Tower, built for the 1976 Summer Games, and the city’s Biodome, a wildlife facility that recreates four unique ecosystems, which is housed in one of the former Olympic buildings. The next day, you will continue to the historic district of Quebec City, home to the Citadelle of Quebec, a large 17th-century fortress atop a hill that overlooks the St. Lawrence River. On the return to Boston, you will make a stop in the village of Lake George, a perfect spot to breathe in the quaint aromas of autumn. Starting at just $238 per person, and already including hotel stay and round-trip transportation, you cannot miss this deal!

Canada - Columbus Day

Remember, the tours listed here are just recommendations, and our website lists many, many more. With our search feature – which lets you filter results based on what destinations and attractions you would like to visit, the duration of the tour, the departure city, etc. – finding the perfect vacation has never been easier. Don’t wait another minute: book your trip with TakeTours.com now!