Private Tour Description
Have a day off from New York and enjoy this private tour to Fire Island in a luxury vehicle. Get ready to explore one of the outer barrier islands of Long Island with an official tour guide.
Pick up will be from your place of place in New York at your desired time. You will be able to visit the most incredible places and monuments of this amazing island.
Fire Island is an island located in the county of Suffolk, in the south of Long Island. This island is very well know due to its streets of the different communities that are actually wooden boardwalks that connect the piers, the houses and the beach. Is a beautiful place to rest and enjoy the stunning views of the coast.
You will have a private official tour guide available for a 3 hours guided tour. Our guides are professionals with great knowledge about the city, and it’s history. You will definitely have a great experience with the help of a local expert.
Firstly, your private driver will pick you up in your hotel in NY at your desired time. You will enjoy an 8 hours private tour to Fire Island from New York.
You will explore the most charming village on the island, Ocean Beach, with its restaurants, bars, and the relaxing vibes of its streets. Dive into the water and enjoy some swimming, surfing or bodyboarding in your visit to the first state park in Long Island, Robert Moses State Park. Take a picture with the emblematic Fire Island Lighthouse and climb to its tower where you will have a privileged view of the island.
Fire Island Points of Interest and Landmarks
Amongst other sites you will be able to visit:
- Ocean Bay Park
- Atlantic Beach
- Jones Beach
- Fire Island National Seashore
- Smith Point County Park
- and so much more!
You will also have some free time to walk around the beaches and even sunbathe. Of course you will also have the opportunity to taste its local cuisine.
Finally, at the end of the visit, your private driver will take you back to your hotel in New York.
We can also offer you a private day trip to The Hamptons from New York, in case you are interested.