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The Hamptons & Long Island, NY

The Hamptons & Long Island, NY

Discover the charm and luxury of the Hamptons on Long Island, NY, with Starr Tours. Widely known for the rich and famous who visit the quaint villages and sparkling beaches, see why people from New York visit Long Island's Gold Coast.

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The Hamptons & Long Island, NY

Trip Duration: 4 Days



Trip Inclusions:

  • Meals: 3 Breakfasts, 1 Lunches, 2 Dinners

  • Tour Director

  • Overnight accommodations

  • Deluxe motorcoach transportation

  • Baggaga handling and related gratuities

  • Taxes



Trip Highlights:


Long Island Sightseeing Tour, North Fork, South Fork and Sag Harbor

On Route to Sag Harbor, stop at Conscience Point. Take a short walk to the actual landing spot where 20 familes from Lynn, Massachusetts landed in June of 1640 to establish the oldest English Settlement in New York State-Southampton. Arrive in Sag Harbor. Founded in 1707, Sag Harrbor's port was the center of foreign and coastal trade and designated by President George Washington in 1789 as an official port of entry into the United States. Sag Harbor's illustrious history will be described as you view its immaculately restored neighborhoods and local treasures. Later, cross the bridge into the Peninsula of North Haven to board ferry to Shelter Island, an 8000-acre enchanted enclave.


The Nature Conservancey owns one third of the island maintaining its vast tracts of forests, wetlands, and preserves. Hear about Shelter Island's history as we wind our way through this magical Island nestled between the North and South Forks. Next, arrive in Greenport on the North Fork. This was once a bustling whaling port, a center of shipbuilding, and the former heart of Long Island's oyster industry. It is now a vibrant destination for visitors from all over the world. Travel west to experience the North Folk Wine Trail. Travel through the many picturesque Villages of North Fork, passing many vineyards that make this area a populer destination throughout the year.


Long Island Sightseeing Tour of Hamptons and Montauk

Travel through historic Southampton Village, the oldest English settlement in New York State. The history of Southampton will be described as we travel through former farmlands, now the location of the estates of its celebrated residents. Stop at Cooper's Beach, voted one of America's best beaches. Taking a stroll on Cooper's Beach is a sublime experience and firsthand look at where Southampton Village residents like to relax and enjoy a swilm.


The tour takes us down Billionaire's Row, home to some of the wealthiest people in the country living in homes that are among the most expensive in the Hamptons. Stop at Southampton Village's shopping district. See famous landmarks including Hildreth's, America's oldest department store, the charming boutiques of Job's Lane and delightful eateries. Travel to America's most expensive zip codes of Sagaponack, Bridgehampton and East Hampton, travelling past some of the most beautiful homes from Steven Spielberg to Ina Garten!


In Montauk, hear the history from its origins as the home of the Montaukett Indians to its development as a fishing village and now the home of beautiful properties, a quaint downtown and magnificent Harbor. Our tour includes a photo op at the Montauk Point Lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse in New York State.


Raphael Vineyard Wine Tasting

Enjoy a Mixed Wine Flight Tasting at Raphael Vineyard & Winery Their mission is to produce ripe, fruit-driven wines that exhibit a marriage of depth, finesse, elegance, and balance - the flavors of the North Fork - provided first by the terroir and secondly, by the dedicated, impassioned attention of our winemaking team. Known for its excellent wine, this stop with its elegant tasting room is the ideal location to experience the excellent wines produced on Long Island. Includes a tasting of 4 wines, a snack pack and bottle of water. Must be 21 yrs. of age


Sag Harbor & Whaling Museum

The mission of the museum is to preserve, interpret, and promote the culture of Sag Harbor through its collection of historical objects related to the village's whaling history, as well as the presentation of contemporary exhibits and events that reflect the culture of the village today and put Sag Harbor's past and present into context. The Museum is a certified National Treasure and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Dinner at Long Island Aquarium

Enjoy an exclusive private dinner buffet at the Long Island Aquarium! One of its biggest attractions is a 20,000-US-gallon coral reef display tank, which is one of the largest all-living coral displays in the Western Hemisphere. The buffet is set up in the shark tunnel and dining tables are surrounded by large glass tanks of various sea life exhibits.


You are welcome to stroll around the entire indoor space of the Aquarium on your own. Interact with the Rays in Ray Bay, view the turtle exhibit, stroll over the interior bridge to view the many large striped bass in the lagoon, view the live reef tank, and walk through the shark tunnel where you will see several sharks and other large fish while getting your meal from the buffet!


Old Whaler's Church

First Presbyterian Church in Sag Harbor, New York, also known as Old Whaler's Church, is a historic and architecturally notable Presbyterian church built in 1844 in the Egyptian Revival style. The church is Sag Harbor's "most distinguished landmark." The Church was built when Sag Hargor was at the height of prosperity and 63 whaling ships called Sag Harbor home port.


Vanderbilt Mansion

This remarkable mansion offers an intimate look at the life of a privileged family from the Jazz Age through the Second World War. Visit today and enter an enchanting time capsule of a vanished era. The Mansion Tour begins in the courtyard of the historic house once owned by William K. Vanderbilt II. A guide will describe the history of its construction and the architectural details of Vanderbilt's 24-room mansion at his Eagle's Nest estate.


During the tour you will learn about how life was on Long Island's Gold Coast at a time when the Vanderbilts summered in Centerport, about the eclectic collections they surrounded themselves with and what the world was like for the family and staff at the Vanderbilts' Eagle's Nest Estate.


Coe Hall and Gardens

Planting Fields, the former estate of insurance magnate William Robertson Coe and Standard Oil heiress Mai Rogers Coe is one of the few remaining Gold Coast estates on Long Island's North Shore that retains its original 409 acres as well as its historic buildings and landscape. Rolling lawns, formal gardens, hiking trails and specimen plantings, as well as the Camellia Greenhouse and the Main Greenhouse, with its unique seasonal displays, are a treat for visitors year round.


Coe Hall contains many original pieces and furnishings once belonging to the Coe family, including the restored Louis XVI Reception Room. The mostly Elizabethan style interior of the Tudor Revival mansion is a showcase of artistry and craftsmanship in its wood and stone carvings, ironwork, 13th-19th century stained glass windows and original commissioned murals by American artists Robert H. Chanler and Everett Shinn.



Meal Information:


Dinner on day one will be served at Jerry & The Mermaid Restaurant with the following choices:

  • Almond Crusted Grouper: broiled with Lemon, Herbs & Compound Butter w/ potato and spring vegetables

  • Chicken Parmagiana over Linguini

  • Maryland Crab Cakes (2) w/ remoulade sauce, pea shoots and watermelon radish, served with starch & vegetable

Meals served w/fresh garden salad, rolls, dessert, iced tea, soft drinks, coffee & tea. 


Dinner on Day 3 will be at the Long Island Aquarium with choices of:

  • Sirloin Steak

  • Chicken Francese

  • Pasta Primavera

Meals served with cehf accompaniments, a mixed greens salad, dessert, coffee and tea. A cash bar will be available.


Menus are subject to change.



Need to Know:

Must be 21 years of age to participate in the wine tasting at Raphael Vineyards.




Starr has a select quantity of wheelchair accessible motorcoaches available; therefore, we suggest you contact a Travel Advisor to discuss any needs you may have before reserving your trip.

Day 1:

Travel to Oyster Bay, NY
Lunch included & guided tour at Planting Fields' Coe Hall and Gardens
Travel to Riverhead, NY
Check in for three overnights at Hyatt Place
Dinner included at Jerry & The Mermaid Restaurant

Day 2:

Breakfast included at hotel
Full day guided sightseeing tour of Long Island's South Fork, North Fork and Sag Harbor
Admission to Sag Harbor Whaling Museum
Visit Old Whaler's Church
Lunch on own in Sag Harbor
Ferry to Shelter Island
Ferry to North Fork Landing, Greenport
Travel to Peconic, NY
Wine Tasting at Raphael Vineyard
Return to hotel
Dinner on own

Day 3:

Breakfast included at hotel
Full day guided sightseeing tour of Long Island's Hamptons and Montauk
Lunch on own in Montauk Village
View the Montauk Point Lighthouse (Photo Opp)
Return to hotel
Dinner at The Long Island Aquarium

Day 4:

Breakfast included at hotel
Check out and travel to Centerpoint, NY
Guided tour of Vanderbilt Mansion
Lunch on own
Travel home

Subject to Change

Itinerary subject to change

Hyatt Place Long Island/East End, Riverhead, NY


Located at the gateway of Long Island's famed East End and situated along the picturesque Peconic River, the Hyatt Place Hotel is an ideal East End location in downtown Riverhead. Hotel features both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a state of the art fitness center, an intimate coffee and wine cafe, and a full-service business center. Spacious guest rooms feature contemporary decor with stylish furnishings including: divided living and sleeping areas, two queen plush Hyatt Grand Beds, state-of-the-art media and work center with a 42" flat-panel high-definition television, an oversized Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper, dry bar and bathroom vanity with granite countertops. Enjoy complimentary WiFi, mini-refrigerator, hairdryer, iron/ironing board and coffee/tea maker.


During your stay, you can enjoy specialty Starbucks coffee drinks and friendly service at the Bakery Cafe. A Host will happily assist you with orders from the 24-hour Guest Kitchen, which offers cafe-quality, made-to-order meals and snacks.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available for this tour. Pick up points vary by departure date so to see which date(s) your preferred location(s) is available, click “view” below.

Note: Not all pick-up points are available for all tours or all departure dates. Also, with less than 3 people booked from a pick-up point, that pick-up point may be changed or eliminated. If so, we will alert you approximately 30 days prior to departure.

City, State Address
Bensalem, PA (MAIN) Best Western Plus Phila Bensalem (MAIN)
3499 Street Rd Bensalem, PA
Cherry Hill, NJ (SHUTTLE) Cherry Hill Train Station Parking Lot (SHUTTLE)
Next to ShopRite at 2240 W Marlton Pike
Chester, PA (SHUTTLE) Harrah's Philadelphia Casino, Chester PA (SHUTTLE)
777 Harrah's Blvd
Hamilton, NJ (MAIN/HUB) Hamilton Station Park & Ride Garage (MAIN/HUB)
800 Sloan Avenue
Iselin, NJ (MAIN/HUB) APA Hotel Woodbridge (MAIN/HUB)
120 S Wood Avenue Iselin, NJ
Phila (NE), PA (MAIN) Phila (Northeast) KleinLife (MAIN)
10100 Jamison Ave (at Red Lion Rd) Philadelphia PA
Phila(South), PA (SHUTTLE Oregon Diner 302 W Oregon Ave (at 3rd St) (SHUTTLE
Philadelphia, PA
Toms River, NJ (SHUTTLE) Toms River Park & Ride (SHUTTLE)
400 Highland Parkway S. Toms River, NJ
Wall Twnship NJ (SHUTTLE) Judy Blume Service Area (SHUTTLE)
100 Garden State Parkway Wall, NJ

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