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Tours in Virginia starting from $2,749

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Virginia Tours

The state motto is “Sic Semper Tyrannis” which translates to “Thus always to tyrants.”

Virginia was named after Queen Elizabeth I who was also regarded as “Virgin Queen.”

Seven presidents are buried in Virginia: Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Tyler, Taft, and Kennedy.

Dulles International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world.

The world’s only oyster museum is located on Chincoteague Island.

Virginia is dubbed as the “Internet Capital of the World.”

Why go on a Virginia tour?

Whether you are travelling alone, with family, or with friends, prepare for a scenic and inspirational adventure during your visit to Virginia. From scenic drives, welcoming shores and a varied selection of historical landmarks, there are plenty of things for everyone to see! You may begin your tour in the tranquil setting of Mabry Mill, found to be one of the most photographed spots in the country. Featuring restored gristmill, sawmill, and blacksmith shops, this quaint area stands as a nice reminder of rural life back then. So don’t forget to bring your camera while you are here! Afterward, visit the Natural Bridge, a 215-foot high arch once owned by Thomas Jefferson. George Washington’s initials are still visible from the cliff side, from his work as a young surveyor – a truly inspiring sight for anyone visiting.  Descend 34 stories and explore the deep caverns on the East Coast. On the way you will pass by what is known as Butterflies at the Bridge, so take time to marvel at the sight of a hundred-something colourful, exotic wings fluttering together. During your Virginia tour, make sure to also drop by Abingdon Historical District, located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Highlands of Southwest Virginia. Take a stroll along the area and come across its vast collection of eighteenth and nineteenth century domestic and commercial buildings. Get transported back into time as you observe the variety of architectural styles and forms available. Also visit the 30-mile oceanfront Virginia Boardwalk, and take part in its free, family-friendly events that take place every weekend from late spring to early fall.

When is the best time to go?

Virginia has five distinct climate regions: the Tidewater, Piedmont, Northern Virginia, Western Mountain, and Southwestern Mountain.

The Tidewater region (which includes the Hampton Roads, the southern Chesapeake Bay, and Eastern Shore Regions) averages between 2C and 9C in January and 22C to 35C in July.

Piedmont (which covers the Central Virginia Region) averages -3C to 9C in January and 20C to 31C in July.

Northern Virginia (which includes Northern Virginia and northern Chesapeake Bay regions) ranges from -7C to 6C in January and 16C to 30C in July.

The Western Mountain Climate Region (which consists of the Virginia Shenandoah Valley Region) hovers between -3C and 7C in January and 18C and 31C in July.

While the Southern Mountain Climate Region (which includes Virginia’s Southwest Blue Ridge Highlands and Heart of Appalachia) averages between -6C to 7C in January and 16C and 27C in July.

When to travel would thereby depend on the type of activities and excursions you want to do, and which part of Virginia you would want to see.

To learn more about Virginia tours, we invite you to speak with one of our friendly travel agents. They can tell you more about this exciting opportunity and help you find the best priced flights to Virginia and deals suitable to your desires!