If you have a JFK layover, Newark layover or LaGuardia layover, we will come out to the airport to get you. We will meet you in baggage claim, holding a sign with your name. We will load you and your luggage, if necessary, into our vehicle and make good use of your New York layover time.
If you have a New York cruise layover, we will come to the cruise ship terminal in Manhattan, Brooklyn or Cape Liberty in Bayonne to get you. Maybe, you have a New York layover between your cruise and flight home. Maybe, your New York layover is between your arriving flight and departing cruise. Maybe, your New York layover is more of a day stop on your cruise and you are looking for a personal and private New York ground excursion.
Whether a JFK layover, Newark layover, LaGuardia layover, New York cruise layover or New York ground excursion, we are prepared to help you make the best use of your time in New York City. Remember, New York is the city that doesn’t sleep! A layover tour of New York is just as much fun at night as a layover tour of New York during the day.
Because the needs of our layover guests vary greatly by group size, luggage needs, pick-up / drop-off locations, tour duration, itinerary, etc., each tour is individually priced.
Click here to: Contact Us. Fill out the form and let us know your layover tour needs. We will send you a free no obligation proposal and itinerary, based on your layover circumstances and time in New York.
***Travel and cruise agents - we can arrange a private layover tour of New York just for your group using a 4-, 9-, 21-, 23-, 49- or 57-passenger vehicle. We can also do a "meet-and-greet" and transport your group from one location to another.
JFK layover... Newark layover... LaGuardia layover... New York cruise layover...
The layover could be the best part of your trip!!!
Important Note: All of our driving tours are conducted in full compliance with the law. We only use licensed sightseeing guides who are also Taxi & Limousine Commission licensed drivers. All of our touring vehicles are also registered with the Taxi & Limousine Commission. There are guides out there using their private vehicles to conduct driving tours, which is illegal. In the event of an accident, they (and you) are uninsured (riding around in New York City traffic). Passenger vehicle insurance is voided when the vehicle is being used for livery purposes. Perhaps, these guides cannot pass the criminal background check; periodic drug tests or have a bad driving record. If you do not see the below three licenses all posted in your guide's vehicle, get out, demand your money back and immediately call the police at 911. Give the police the tour guide's name and license plate number of the vehicle. The following three licenses MUST be prominently posted in your guide's vehicle with a future expiration date:
Dept of Consumer Affairs Sightseeing Guide License (with the driver-guide's picture)