Fall Foliage Cruises

Sitting in a line of cars on the highway, all seeking out the same colorful leaves that the fall season brings, is simply becoming tired. Want a new approach to fall foliage leaf-peeping? Try a fall foliage cruise.

When I refer to cruises, I’m not talking about those mega-liner ships that sail miles from shore. No, I’m talking about a small ship adventure cruise.

Yes, there is still some limited availability for 2008 cruises. But it’s now time to drop what you’re doing, do the research, and book. There’s only a few weeks to enjoy the fall foliage season. Don’t miss out!

Below are a few of the itineraries that we feature at Sunstone Tours & Cruises:

  • Hudson River: The rolling hills that surround the Hudson River are majestically adorned in the brilliant colors of fall foliage in October. Roundtrip from New York City. More info…
  • Autumn Sojourn in the Pacific Northwest: The Pacific Northwest is tailor made for an autumn sojourn. Navigate the flowing waters of the Columbia River, all the while kayaking, hiking or bicycling for further exploration. More info…
  • California Wine Country Culture of the Vine: Save 25% Sail away on a relaxing adventure on rarely cruised waterways. Surround yourself in the oasis of the Wine Country as you sample different varieties of wine, and tour some of the Napa, Sonoma and Carneros wine districts’ favored wineries. More info…
  • California Wine Country: Vintner’s Choice: Save 20% Indulge yourself in the wonderful world of California wine, on a leisurely cruise experience that takes you deep into the famed Napa and Sonoma wine valleys. More info…
  • San Francisco Bay and the Napa Valley: Aboard National Geographic Sea Bird you’ll explore by ship, on foot, by kayak and Zodiac to provide a unique perspective of this well-known area that even few locals ever get. More info…

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