You can walk around Colonial Williamsburg for free! However, we recommend buying either a ticket or a pass in order to see trade sites, museums, and important historical buildings like the Governor’s Palace, and purchasing Action Tour Guide’s Self-Guided Colonial Williamsburg Tour to be led straight to the city’s top destinations. Colonial Williamsburg offers different options for tickets and passes in order to suit your vacation needs.
Yes! The Smokies have a vehicle route that allows you to observe the mountains on your Great Smoky Mountains driving tour.
There are two sides of the Great Smoky Mountains: Gatlinburg, Tennessee in the west, and Cherokee, North Carolina in the east. Need directions? We’re here to help! From Knoxville (48 miles) It takes only an hour to get from Knoxville to Gatlinburg. Follow the I-40 highway until you get to Sevierville (Exit 407). At the […]
Maui is the second-largest Hawaiian island, and it has plenty of sights to see. The Road to Hana is a visitor’s destination in and of itself as the 64.4-mile drive is packed with breathtaking views and a long and exciting history. However, the road to Hana’s best stops includes the Rainbow Eucalyptus grove, Twin Falls, […]
When you’re planning a tropical vacation to Mexico, the Mayan temples are a must-see. Cancún is chock full of the most incredible ruins! But you don’t just want to LOOK at the temples. You want to LEARN about them. How do you get a complete history of the Mayan civilization and the relics they left […]
So you’re planning a tropical vacation to sunny Hawaii. The thing about holidays is that they always seem to be over so fast. How do you maximize your time to cover as much ground as possible? That’s where a self-guided driving tour comes in! What you’re getting Action Tour Guide’s Hawaii tour bundle contains three […]
Take a look at a map of Boston, and you'll see what I mean. Unlike Peter Parker's native New York City, arranged on an orderly grid, Boston is a jumble of non-parallel streets. It seems pretty random, but actually, this hodgepodge is a testament to Boston's history.