Small-Group Strasburg Covered Bridge Tour by Single-Seat Scooter

 
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Small-Group Strasburg Covered Bridge Tour by Single-Seat Scooter
Detail Small-group tour
Detail Choice of several departures throughout the day
Detail All necessary equipment included
Detail All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
Detail Duration: 3 hours
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Enjoy a wonderful experience on this extremely fun single-seat scooter for a grand adventure in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. During this excursion, you will head off through the heart of Amish country to see many of the 19th-century covered bridges in the area. Not only will bridges be seen on the tour, but you will also see rolling hills of farmland, working Amish farms, Amish schoolhouses, and horse and buggies as you head through the countryside.

Meet your professional and local tour guide on Gap Road in Strasburg where he will go over a brief scooter and safety orientation. Then you will each get your single-seat scooters to start off on. Once everyone has a feel for driving you will follow your tour guide into the countryside for a wonderful experience. All equipment on the tour is provided, including the use of a helmet and bottled water to keep you hydrated. The minimum age to operate the scooter is 18 years old and you must have a valid driver's license.

After the 3-hour tour, you will head back to the starting point to conclude the experience. Enjoy this amazing and fun sightseeing tour through Lancaster, and many other fun adventures, on your next amazing vacation to Pennsylvania.