Tauck was born along the back country roads of New England in the fall of 1925 when Arthur Tauck, Sr. took six guests on the company’s first road trip. As a company of passionate travelers, it’s no surprise that many of our employees couldn’t wait to hit the road as soon as they could once the first COVID-19 travel restrictions were beginning to lift. Many headed out for a Tauck-inspired drive through the fall foliage of Western Connecticut and some ventured up to the Mohawk Trail in the Massachusetts Berkshires, home to the historic Wigwam Western Summit where Arthur Sr. conceived of the idea of all-inclusive guided vacations.
Special thanks goes to longtime New England Tauck Directors Steve Jobrack and Denise Martin who created the Connecticut Fall Foliage trip routing and wonderful audio commentary for this trip. Thanks also to Tour Architects Alicia Decina, Valerie Dulin and Vice President of Tauck Director Operations Kristen Mack for fueling our love of exploring the world in celebration of Tauck’s 95th, even if it’s in our own backyard.
Western Connecticut Road Trip
Click on the below titles to download or stream audio commentary by our Tauck Directors:
Tauck Employees on the Road