Travel with Frenzy Tours on Labour Day Weekend!

Whether you’re headed to New York City, Boston or Niagara Falls, it’s the perfect summer escape

Though September is fast approaching, summer isn’t over yet!  Now is time to book your vacation for LABOUR DAY WEEKEND (August 29 to September 1) with Frenzy Tours – let us do the planning so you can enjoy one last summer escapade! We’ve got busses headed to New York City (4 days & 3 days), to Boston & New England (3 days) and to Niagara Falls, Toronto & the 1000 Islands (3 days).

Visiting New York City is a never-ending adventure. On your walking and bus tours, you’ll explore every corner of Manhattan. Take a stroll through Central Park and along the High Line and discover the unique culture of neighbourhoods such as Harlem, Chinatown, and SoHo. You’ll also see the iconic Statue of Liberty on your Zephyr yacht cruise - and maybe you’ll spot a celebrity or two along the way!

If you prefer to explore New York City at your own pace, consider our “Free-Time Option.”  We handle your transportation and your accommodations, leaving you free to design your personalized weekend in New York! Our New York packages are offered as a 4-day trip (Hotel in New Jersey), and a 3-day trip (Hotel either in New Jersey or in Manhattan).

Travel with us to Boston and New England and take a step back through time.  Explore Boston’s history along the Freedom Trail, experience the opulence of Newport’s historic mansions, and follow in the footsteps of great minds as you tour Harvard University’s spectacular campus.  Our Boston tour brings together the best of modern and historic America.

While the Niagara Region is world famous for its namesake Falls, the area has so much more to offer visitors. After a classic cruise by the Falls, we’ll take you on a journey to discover the region’s beautiful vineyards and to taste a variety of local wines.  Plus, we’ll cruise the Thousand Islands and explore Toronto and Kingston.  A bonus - no passports required!

Don’t miss your chance – book your spots now!

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