Cape Cod, MA



  • Round Trip Motor Coach Transportation
  • Four Nights Accommodations
  • Round Trip Baggage Service
  • Refreshing Welcoming Reception
  • 4 Deluxe Continental Breakfasts
  • 4 Complete Dinners
  • Meal Tax and Gratuity
  • All Attractions and Guide Service Listed Below
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Spring and Fall Dates Available

From: $499 per person/double occupancy

DAY #1

Arrive at your Cape Cod accommodations. Welcome reception-with-guide-dinner included.

DAY #2

Full breakfast. Meet Guide and depart. Hyannis to Provinectown with Harbor Cruise. Meet Guide and depart for a day of Cape Cod discovery. Tour from Hyannis to the very tip, Provincetown, including Kennedy Memorial, St. Xavier’s Church and the Hyannisprt neighborhood of the Kennedy Compound and enjoy a narriated Hyannis Harbor Cruise. Travel Olde King’s Highway, dotted with historic Cape Cod architecure and New England Inns. See fmaous lighthouses, historic windmills and the giant dunes of Truro, the pristine Proveincelands, and visit a Cape Cod Seashore Vistor’s Center focusing on the interesting natural history of the unique area. There will be time in Provincetown to explore and have lunch on your own. Dinner Included.

DAY #3

Full breakfast. Meet Guide and depart. Group choice of:


See the USS Consitution (the oldest warship afloat in the US Navy), Beacon Hill, the Fleet Center, The Boston Common, Bunker Hill, Boston Public Garden, State House, Old North Church. Stop at Quincy Market/Faneuil Hall for lunch on own and browsing the shops.


Including views from “The Point”, Newport’s authentic Coloniel homestead, the mansions of Ten Mile Drive, information on the well-known yachting history, famous summer residents, time in the scenic Brick Marketplace on Newport Harbor and views of historic Fort Adams. Dinner Included.

DAY #4

Full breakfast. Meet guide and depart. Sandwich and Plymouth Tour – Meet your guide and depart for a tour of “America’s Hometown“, Plymouth. En route, visit Cape Cod’s oldest village, Sandwich and known for it’s early glass production. You will see the Cape’s first homestead, The Hoxie House, historic Daniel Webster Inn and visit the Sandwich Glass Museum. In historic Plymouth your tour includes the Plymouth Rock, the Pilgrim’s landing site and time for lunch on own on Plymouth’s beautiful waterfront, filled with shops and many restaurants. This aftemoon visit to the Jenney Working Grist Mill and Museum and taste some Cranberry Wine from the bogs of a local winery. Dinner Included – Followed by a funabaret-style show.

DAY #5

Full Breakfast.

»  2 Complimentary Trips per 40 Paid Passengers
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