Is there anything better than coastal New England with its fresh salt air, delectable seafood, and stunning sunsets? Escape with Adventures in Good Company to the classic coastal gem of Newport, Rhode Island. Spend your days discovering the old-world charm surrounding Narragansett Bay and beautiful Block Island via lobster boat, ferry, kayak, and foot. A perfect choice for history-buffs and naturalists alike, our hikes will explore both the verdant trails of the Norman Bird Sanctuary (our home for the long weekend!), and an ocean-front path alongside Newport’s famously jaw-dropping gilded age mansions. Maximum group size: 10.
|June 24 to June 28, 2024|
|$3150.00 - Available|
Not included: Travel to and from Boston International Airport from your place of origin, alcoholic beverages, guide gratuities, one lunch, and travel insurance
This trip is for women who want to enjoy the Natural and Cultural history of Newport and Block Island at an active but leisurely pace. While our days will be full of activity, we will also make sure that you have ample downtime to relax, explore Newport and Norman Bird Sanctuary, or do whatever you please. Since there are scaffolded options, a 1 rating is appropriate. However, if you choose to do the full hiking and kayaking options, it will be more like a 2. This trip is suitable for any woman who regularly walks at a brisk pace 3 to 4 days a week for 35 - 45 minutes. There are typically 4 to 7 hours of daily activity. Rating:   3 4 5
Explore the natural and cultural history (and gastronomy!) of Narragansett Bay via lobster boat, kayak, and foot.
We'll spend the entire trip at a beautifully restored 18th century farmhouse at the Norman Bird Sanctuary. This comfortable and unique lodging is situated amongst 300 acres of diverse wildlife habitat and the 7 miles of hiking trails. Full price spots on the trip are for a shared room with one other participant, with shared bathrooms, common areas and kitchens. There are 2 single supplements available with shared baths for an additional $400. There are three bunk-room bottom bed discounted spaces, and one bunk-room top-bunk discount.
Below is the proposed itinerary for the trip. As is true on any adventure travel trip, plans for any specific day may be modified due to weather considerations, unforeseen circumstances, new opportunities, and group interests.
Very relaxing, great variety, wonderful guides
The guides as usual were amazing and the bonus was this is their home. They have such pride, know the area and added extra hometown info!
The guides were so personable and the food was great!
The Norman Bird Sanctuary was a lovely place to come back to each day, and to explore on the nature walk and also independently. It's a great facility and seems tailor made for the kind of base we love as AGC travelers. I also especially loved biking on Block Island.
staying at the Paradise farmhouse at Norman Bird Sanctuary was really unique, beautiful and special
Totally covered all my expectations: comfy historic accommodations, beautiful weather, scenic locations. cruises, cliff walk and great bunk mates. But of course the guides Deb and Kaitlyn could not have been more amazing. So organized, happy and helpful; always ready to do more for us. I would repeat this trip.
The harbor cruise, the cliff walk, the people