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Cape Cod, Massachusetts ~ The Best of Cape Cod
5 Days / 4 Nights
Booking a tour with us is easy, just call 1-800 – 257 – 8920 and one of our professional tour planners, with over fifty years experience in Group Travel, will assist you. We will make sure your group gets what they want for their trip. We can customize any tour program to fit your groups’ specific requests. Our tour specialists are ready to make your dream trip come true.
Round-trip motorcoach transportation
4 nights accommodations on Cape Cod
An evening of entertainment
A ferry ride to the Island of Martha's Vineyard
A tour of Martha's Vineyard
- with visits to Oak Bluff, Vineyard Haven & Edgartown, one of New England's most elegant communities
A tour of Provincetown
- a historic fishing village and artist community
Tour of Sandwich
- Cape Cod’s oldest town famous for its many museums and 19th century glass works
Tour of Hyannis
- including St. Francis Xavier Chuch and the Kennedy Memorial
Visit to the lovely seaside Village of Chatham
Baggage handling, hotel taxes and meal gratuities
Additional Tour Information:
Per Person, Double Occupancy
Call for Single Supplement
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INCENTIVE: 2 COMPLIMENTARY TRIPS PER 40 PAYING PASSENGERS
Welcome to Cape Cod! Known for its spectacular beaches and breathtaking sunsets, the arm of Cape Cod reaches 70 miles into the Atlantic and will offer you much to see and do during your journey! Your local Tour Guide will greet you upon arrival at your hotel where you will enjoy a welcome reception with your fellow travelers. This evening, enjoy a delicious dinner at one of Cape Cod’s restaurants.
Following breakfast, enjoy a tour of Hyannis with a picture stop at the JFK Memorial and Korean Memorial. Enjoy a visit to the JFK Museum located on the scenic Main Street of Hyannis. Later, our tour continues to Cape Cod’s oldest town. Sandwich was once the site of America’s largest glass factories in the 19th century. This town also was the home of the famous author, Thornton Burgess who wrote “Peter Cottontail” and “Old Mother West Wind”. Spend some time strolling around the Grist Mill and Shawme Pond. Enjoy dinner and entertainment this evening at another fine Cape Cod Restaurant.
After breakfast this morning, we’ll board the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard. Upon arrival, we will begin our tour. This island which was once an early refuge for coastal ship traffic blossomed into a whaling community in the 18th and 19th century. In Oak Bluffs, view the beautifully colored Ginger Bread Homes located in the Methodist Camp Ground. Stroll the streets of Edgartown known for its’ stately Greek revival homes built by sea captains of years ago. Later this afternoon, we’ll return to the mainland and have another savory dinner this evening.
Following breakfast, depart for a full day of touring the outer Cape. Visit the charming seaside village of Chatham with a picture stop at Chatham Light, one of Cape Cod’s famous lighthouses. Continue on to the Cape Cod National Seashore for a visit to the Salt Pond Visitors Center before touring through the park enjoying spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Once in Provincetown, we’ll visit Race Point Beach and spend some time browsing around the downtown waterfront area with its’ artistic and eclectic shops. Later today, depart Provincetown and enjoy a delicious dinner this evening.
After breakfast this morning, bid farewell to “Olde Cape Cod” and depart on a safe journey home with fond memories of a wonderful trip.
Please Note: Sample Itinerary only! Order of events is subject to change.
© October 14, 2019
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