4 days / 3 nights – August
Day One -Welcome to Cape Cod
Breathe the salt sea air and feel the coastal breezes as we arrive to our central Cape Cod hotel for the next three evenings. Upon arrival, we’ll receive a warm greeting from our local step on guide along with a festive welcome reception! Relax and freshen up before enjoying dinner together.
Day Two – Choose an Island ~ Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket
Today we set sail to the beautiful Island of Martha’s Vineyard. Located seven miles offshore, this Island offers a vacation ambience unlike any other. Once an early refuge for coastal ship traffic, it blossomed into a whaling community in the 18th and 19th century and evolved to what is now a popular tourist destination of today. Explore the diversity of its island towns, take a walk along our pristine shores, and step back in time to a more leisurely pace. Enjoy a guided tour of Oak Bluffs which is noted for its collection of small Carpenter Gothic cottages clustered in the Methodist Camp Meeting Grounds, and Edgartown, known for is stately Greek revival homes built by sea captain of years ago. Return to the mainland after a full day of sightseeing.
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
This morning embark on a cruise to Nantucket Island. This island fondly known as “The Gray Lady” was once the whaling capitol of the world back in the 1800’s. Now a popular vacationing spot for the wealthy, Nantucket’s charm is associated with its cobblestone main street, narrow roads, simple Quaker-style homes and handsome houses dating back to the whaling days of the early 19th century. Enjoy a guided tour of this beautiful island and free time to explore through the many charming shops before returning by ferry back to the mainland. Tonight, enjoy a delicious dinner together.
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Day Three – Hyannisport, Sandwich & Boston Pops Concert
Following breakfast, depart with our Tour Guide for a wonderful day of touring! Begin with a tour of Hyannisport including a picture stop to the JFK Memorial and Korean Memorial overlooking beautiful Veterans Beach. Our journey continues along historic Route 6A; more fondly known as the Old Kings Highway to the Cape’s oldest town of Sandwich. Stroll around Shawme Pond, view the historic Dexter Grist Mill and take a sip out of the ‘fountain of youth’. Visit Heritage Museum and Gardens which includes a collection of Currier & Ives prints, antique & classic car exhibits in the round barn, including a 1930 Duesenberg once owned by Gary Cooper, and much more. Then we’re off to the Hyannis Green for our reserved seating at the Annual Pops by the Sea concert on the Hyannis Town Green! We’ll be entertained by the melodious sounds of the Boston Pops Orchestra led by the famous Keith Lockhart along with a special celebrity Guest Conductor! Tonight, enjoy a savory Cape Cod Lobster Dinner.
Meals: Breakfast, Lobster Dinner
Day Four – Depart for home
This morning, we’ll depart for home taking with us melodious memories of our vacation to Cape Cod.
- Three night’s accommodations
- Welcome Reception
- Three breakfasts
- Three dinners (including a lobster dinner)
- One evening of entertainment
- Round trip ferry trip to Martha’s Vineyard Island ~ or~ Nantucket Island
- Guided tour of Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket
- Guided tours of Hyannis and Sandwich
- Admission to the Heritage Plantation
- Admission to the Pops by the Sea Concert
- Three Days professional meet & greet and tour guide service
- Luggage handling (one piece per person)
- Room taxes; meal taxes and gratuities