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Frontier Travel Camp will embark on it’s Mid-Winter cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas to Jamaica, Haiti, and the Bahamas.

Come join Frontier travelers as we get back on the open seas for fun times and adventure.

Upgrades to single inside and balcony cabins are available.

We must have a minimum of 15 travelers to run this tour.


    We have so many “favorite” countries that we’ve traveled to that it is so difficult to narrow it to one best.  If we had to choose a continent, though, it is definitely Europe.  Through the decades, we’ve toured at least fifteen countries here, but this will be the first time as a group we will set foot on the ground in the Netherlands and Belgium.  There is so much to see in and around Amsterdam and Brusselsm that we only have to pack up and move hotels once on this trip.  And, we’ll really get to know these unique countries instead of rushing our way through them.  Maybe we’ll even learn a few Dutch and French words, too.

    In the Netherlands, we’ll see centuries old windmills and the masterpieces of the best Dutch artists that have ever lived like Vincent Van Gogh and Rembrandt.  We’ll visit the Anne Frank Huis, take a boat ride through the canals of the city, visit the flower market, Vondelpark, Dam Square, Museumplein, and have lengthy Dutch meals sitting outside in the many cafe’s around town.  Writing this makes me want to get on a plane right now and go straight to the Pancake Bakery on the Prinsengracht.

    In Belgium we’ll use Brussels as our home-base from which to visit, Bruges, the Venice of the north, and Ghent, another unique Flemish town in northern Belgium.  Then there are the beautiful towns to the south such as Dinant (pictured below).  I promise to give everyone the chance to decide which they like best:   Dutch pancakes or Belgian waffles?  I know my favorite.   

    These countries in Europe already have very high vaccination rates and many restaurants may require proof of vaccination status to enter.  Since most of our meals will be at outdoor cafes and on the go, Europe may prove to be an even safer travel destination than many of the cities and states in which we currently live.  This will be a wonderful trip with fantastic company.  Our days will be filled with the many delights of this region.  I can’t wait to visit Europe with all of you once again. 

We must have a minimum of 16 travelers to run this tour.   


For those of us who want to stay closer to home this summer, we have a great opportunity to see the beautiful mountains and coastlines of our American Northeast.  Our country has so much to offer right in our backyard and many are just a short bus ride from New York.

    On July 3rd, we’ll head out of the tri-state area by Coach bus and head north to the Green Mountain state.  We’ll stay near Lake Champlain which is the perfect home base where one can enjoy the great outdoors and landscapes of Vermont.  We’ll take short hikes, enjoy the mountains, and enjoy an afternoon snack at the Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory.

    From Vermont we’ll head directly through New Hampshire (with a few stops along the way) to Bangor, Maine.  Other than indulging on “Lobstah” Rolls, we’ll hike through Acadia National Park, visit the lighthouses all the way to the northernmost point in the eastern United States, and enjoy a day in picturesque Bar Harbor.  On our way south, we’ll also visit another one of Maine’s favorites– Kennebunkport.  With cool temperatures, inviting seaside villages, and great seafood, Maine is one of our favorite summer destinations.

    The last several days of our northeast adventure will be a whirlwind.  We’ll spend a few nights in Boston for a guided tour of Faneuil Hall, Fenway Park, the Freedom Trail, and other historical sights.  We’ll continue on down the coast to visit The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island, and other palatial estates.  Then it is off to Mystic, Connecticut, for our final stop with a quaint seaside, aquarium,  and outdoor restaurants.    

    Our Northeast tour will go from mountains to lakes, from seaside village to old town Boston.   It will be diverse yet simple.  For some, this trip will be the perfect getaway close to home and free from many of the worries of our everyday lives. Our tour will end at the JFK airport as we prepare for our trip to Europe!