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Long Island Tours

If you’re from out of town and you’d like to get an insider’s perspective of Long Island, then why not pair up with a local tour company to show you around? No matter what aspects of Long Island interest you, from shopping, to wine tasting, to whale watching and everything in between – there are tour companies that cater to every different aspect of Long Island. Offering tours by foot, car, boat, and even helicopter, there’s truly something for everyone when it comes to exploring and learning about Long Island. Whether you love history, culture, nature, architecture, or you simply want to learn more about Long Island, there are Tours all around Long Island that can show you what you need to know on Long Island.

Contemporary Tours

1400 Old Country Road #100 in Westbury
(516) 484-5032

Island Ski Tours

325 Smithtown Bypass #4 in Hauppauge
(631) 656-0982

Lenz Winery

38355 Route 25 in Peconic
(631) 734-6010

Lighthouse Safaris

4636 Captree Island in Captree Island
(888) 281-7071

Ski Colbee Tours

131 Santa Barbara Drive in Plainview
(516) 433-6527

Vintage Tours

1955 Henrys Lane in Peconic
(631) 765-4689
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