New Jersey cities offer unique, on-of-a-kind experiences that will leave long lasting memories as you travel through, visit, dine, stay and explore. Known as the "Garden State", New Jersey is the mecca of cherry blossoms, beautiful gardens and lakes and an outdoors enthusiast's paradise. Enjoy the cities along the shore like Cape May, Asbury Park or Atlantic City and walk the boardwalks, see the amazing lighthouses and take in the ocean air. History is rich throughout New Jersey. See more at:
Is a day away all that you need to feel revitalized and ready to take on the challenges life sends your way? How about a day away in Cape May, NJ a lovely seaside town full of history and charm and a wide sandy beach that welcomes you to bask in the sun and enjoy a warm summer breeze.
Enjoy New Jersey's crown jewel, Cape May, with its pristine beaches and charming Victorian homes on this overnight tour. Experience Cape May in a whole new way with a narrated sightseeing cruise around Cape May Point with spectacular views of Cape May Point Lighthouse and maybe even catch a glimpse of a dolphin. A stop in Historic Smithville and The Village Greene for lunch on your own and free time to browse the shops on the water's edge is included in this tour.Duration: 2 Days
Yakov Smirnoff returns to Atlantic City, NJ with his show Make America Laugh Again. Yakov delivers huge laughs while sharing unique insights into life in the United States. This tour stays overnight at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and includes a food voucher at the Hard Rock, as well as slot play at both the Hard Rock and Caesar's Casinos.Duration: 2 Days
Arrive in Jersey City, NJ at Liberty State Park to begin a look back at our country's heritage and history. A ferry will take you to Ellis Island where you can discover what our ancestors encountered when first arriving in the Port of New York at the Immigration Museum. Hop the ferry again to visit the Statue of Liberty which has symbolized freedom and democracy for more than 125 years. Stand on the threshold of where more than 25 million people entered the new world as immigrants.