5-Day Tour

Price: Starting at $1,995/person
Duration: 5 Days
Pick-Up Areas: Burlington and Killington

In Spring, Summer, and Fall, Vermontology provides 5-day guided tours around the state of Vermont. With a maximum of six customers per tour, our Vermont tours are an intimate experience that feels like traveling with a group of friends! Lodging for this package is included at the Snowed Inn in Killington, VT.

Note: If flying to Vermont (Burlington International Airport), we ask that you arrive the night before the tour begins. We will pick you up at your hotel in Burlington at 9:00 AM on the first day of the tour.

The best way to experience Vermont

“…I found Vermontology and it turned out to be the BEST way to experience Vermont. I booked the 5-day small-group tour with Natalia, who is simply an amazing tour guide and even more awesome person. Natalia is so warm and friendly, the week felt like we were old friends catching up on long lost time.” Read more on TripAdvisor…


Florida, USA

Vermontology Guided Day Tours

What a wonderful way to see Vermont. Natalia is so awesome, she’s very knowledgeable about Vt and surrounding area and most enjoyable to be around. She is very accommodating to all who travel with her. I had never been to Vt before and thru Vermontolgy Guided Tours I had the best sampling of Vt that a person could possibly have.Read more on TripAdvisor…

Rita T

Kansas, USA

Day 1

Waterbury and Stowe

Our 5-Day tour begins with customer pick-up in Burlington (Monday at 9:00 AM) at your hotel. Our first day will be spent in Waterbury and Stowe, where we will visit a number of popular local attractions. Treat your taste buds at the Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory and Cold Hollow Cider Mill, then visit the historic Trapp Family Lodge — the same Von Trapp family that inspired The Sound of Music. Our Vermont tours visit only the most interesting locations, such as a scenic drive to the top of Smugglers’ Notch State Park. You will also have a chance to explore Stowe village, where lunch is available for purchase. This day ends with customer drop-off at their hotel in Killington.

Day 2

Woodstock and Quechee

Day 2 begins with a drive to nearby historic Woodstock, Vermont. A guided tour through Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Mansion will be lead by a ranger from the National Park Service. (This mansion is of historical significance, and also contains a large collection of Hudson River School paintings.) Lunch is available for purchase in downtown Woodstock, followed by free time to explore the local sites, such as art galleries, historical houses, and a covered bridge. Our next destination will be Simon Pearce glassblowing studio in Quechee. From hand-thrown pottery to lead-free crystal glassware made with custom molds and purpose-built furnaces, each handcrafted piece carries a story that lends meaning, authenticity, and grace to every use. Here you will witness an in-person glassblowing demonstration. Our last stop of the day will be at the 165-foot deep Quechee Gorge (Vermont’s deepest glacial gorge), which formed some 13,000 years ago. This day ends with customer drop-off at their hotel in Killington.

Vermontology Tours

We arrived a few days early to do some exploring in New Hampshire and Vermont and it was fun, however the tour that we went on with Natalia was far superior. Natalia’s knowledge about the country and its history were so welcomed. We learned fascinating facts . We saw beautiful sites that will remain in my memory for years to come. Her heart was to give us the best experience possible. She succeeded.
Our stay at the Casa Bella Inn was extraordinary. Franco and Susan were not only gracious hosts and fantastic cooks, but also became precious friends. What a great trip. We were sad when it
ended.” Read more on TripAdvisor…


Linda Y

California, USA

Day 3

Plymouth and Weston

Day 3 will be spent driving VT RT 100 (one of the most scenic roads in Vermont). On this day, you will have the unique opportunity to visit the Calvin Coolidge Homestead, in historic Plymouth, Vermont. Plymouth has remained virtually unchanged since the early 1900’s, and occupies a unique place in US history: our 30th President was born there (1872), was sworn into office there (1923), and is buried there (1933). In this historic village, you will get the rare opportunity to tour the house in which he grew up, the general store, church, and a number of barns that display important antique farming tools. Just up the road you will find the Plymouth Cheese Factory, where you will have the chance to purchase many fantastic locally made cheeses. (Plymouth Cheese Factory was established by the President’s father, and is one of the oldest operating cheese factories in the United States!) Lunch is available for purchase in Ludlow, as we make our way to Weston’s historic Vermont Country Store. The Vermont Country Store offers thousands of hard-to-find products. This day ends with customer drop-off at their hotel in Killington.

Day 4

Montpelier and Mad River Valley

Day 4 begins with a trip to Montpelier, Vermont’s capital city. There we will take a guided tour of the State House (one of the nation’s oldest and best preserved state capitols still in use), with a dedicated tour guide who will teach us some history and be available to answer questions. From there we will drive scenic VT RT 100 to the Village of Warren. Two of the most popular natural attractions in this area are stunning views from the top of Appalachian Gap, and Moss Glen Falls (one of Vermont’s most photogenic waterfalls). Lunch is available for purchase at the Warren Store, a uniquely Vermont experience with great local food. The Warren Store features its own deli, bakery, wine shop, and gift store. It is situated on the Mad River, which makes for some truly relaxing scenery. The Warren Covered Bridge (which is within walking distance from the store) crosses the Mad River and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.This day ends with customer drop-off at their hotel in Killington. 

Day 5

Shelburne Museum and Shelburne Farms

On our final day of the tour, we will travel North to Shelburne, Vermont, for a visit to two locations: Shelburne Museum and Shelburne Farms. Shelburne Museum features 39 buildings on 40 acres and over 150,000 works of art, including paintings, antiques, textiles, antique tools, and more. One of our favorite attractions there is the Steamboat Ticonderoga, a 220-foot National Historic Landmark that portrays life on the ship as it was in 1923. A tour through Shelburne Museum is self-guided; you will have plenty time to explore the exhibits at your own pace. Lunch is available for purchase on the premises. After that, we will visit Shelburne Farms, a nonprofit education center for sustainability, 1,400 acres working farm, and National Historic Landmark on the shores of Lake Champlain. Our tour will conclude at the end of the day with drop-off (Friday 4:00 PM) at your hotel or the Burlington International Airport.

A personalised experience of Vermont like no other! A must-do!

It’s going to be hard to capture the magical 5-day tour I had with Natalia’s guided Vermontology. Firstly, the name is absolutely right – this is more than just a checklist of Vermont must-dos; it’s a deep immersion in Vermont’s people, culture, stunning landscape, breathtaking colours and its special delights. Secondly, where else would you have a door-to-door and end-to-end package tour of this sort? Natalia picks up her guests from their hotel in Burlington with luggage and at the end of the first day, drops them off at the chosen B&B for the tour. Pick up every day is from the B&B and on the last day, she drops you off at your destination in Burlington. Did I mention that full breakfasts and 3-course dinners every day were included? And then of course the tour – while we covered major villages/towns such as Waterbury, Stowe, Woodstock, Killington, Weston, etc and attractions such as Ben & Jerry’s, delicious apple cider, cheese tastings, the Von Trapp family lodge, quaint covered bridges, waterfalls, fairy-tale fall-colour lined roads, spectacular views, and much much more, it is Natalia’s customisation that makes it special. As a resident who truly loves Vermont, she takes you to places that only residents would know and love, she knows the best (quirky, off-beat, homely) places to eat, and when to keep your camera ready. She does not accommodate more than 6 people in a tour which is a great decision. In our tour, there were 4 guests which meant it was possible to become good friends over the course of 5 days. The biggest USP of Vermontology is of course Natalia – her energy, passion, enthusiasm, attention to each guest’s needs, the way she goes out of the way to show you delightful and little known corners of Vermont, the effort she makes to ensure you have a great time.” Read more on TripAdvisor…


Usha I

Mumbai, India

TOUR Summary

$1,995/person (Spring & Summer)
$2,495/person (Fall)

Duration: 5 Days
Pick-Up Areas: Burlington & Killington

This package includes

  • A 5-day Vermontology guided tour (6 customers max; in a spacious Toyota Sienna minivan)
  • Four nights lodging at Snowed Inn in Killington, VT
  • Expanded continental breakfast (4 days)
  • Customer pick-up and drop-off
  • 2 people minimum when booking (singles add $600)
  • Admission Fees to Attractions

This package does not include

  • Lunch and Dinner (restaurants available nearby)
  • Tour Guide Gratuity
  • Taxes & Online Booking Fees

Note: If two beds in one room are needed, please inquire before booking.


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