5 Things You Can Expect On a New England Cruise

While the heat of summer may be settling in for many people right now, plenty are probably already dreaming of crisp autumn days with falling leaves and breathtaking colors. There is quite possibly no better place to witness this ideal autumn day than in New England! Known around the world for its vibrant colors in the fall, New England offers many unique ways to see the area. 

You may not think of hopping on board a giant ocean liner when you think of autumn activities, but New England has plenty of wonderful cruises to take part in in the fall. Here's what you can expect from a cruise aboard one of our favorite ships - the Norwegian Escape!

1. Stunning Views

 Acadia National Park (Image Source: Maine Public)

Acadia National Park (Image Source: Maine Public)

Take in the rocky cliffs of Acadia National Park in Maine. Admire the natural beauty of the Bay of Fundy. Most importantly, take in the colors of fall all along the coast of New England and Canada. 

2. Incredible Food

 Image Source: Visit Portland Maine

Image Source: Visit Portland Maine

Not only are there plenty of fine dining options on board the ship, but there are numerous local food experiences to take part in on land! Enjoy a lobster bake in Maine, or try some fresh salmon in New Brunswick.

3. Unmatched Comfort

 Image Source: The Daily Meal

Image Source: The Daily Meal

Truly get away from it all on the Norwegian Escape. Sit back and watch the sunset while enjoying world-class entertainment. 

4. Historic Insights

 Image Source: Pinterest

Image Source: Pinterest

Marvel at the Victorian-era mansions in Bar Harbor, and take a drive through the historic properties of Halifax.

5. Natural Marvels

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Image Source: Wordpress (Walking Turcot Yards)

At the Bay of Fundy, you can witness one of the seven wonders of North America. This is the home to the highest tides on earth, the rarest whales in the world, and so much more. Take a walk along one of the park's many trails to really appreciate where you are.