Cape Cod & the Islands
July 10 to 16, 2021
- Starting Price: $3,075 per person (with discount below), double occupancy, airfare included from Raleigh-Durham. Call for pricing from your hometown.
- Special Note: Make your final payment by check prior to the final payment due date to receive $200 per couple/$100 per person booking discount.
- Activity Level: Easy
- Travel type: Land
- Tour Partner: Premier World Discovery
- Brochure: To come
- Reservations: To ask questions or make a reservation, call WolfTreks Travel Manager Kathy Hart at 919-515-0508..
Cape Cod, located in eastern Massachusetts, is among New England’s favorite summer vacation destinations, and it thrives on tourism, beautiful ocean beaches and small unique businesses. Travelers come to lose themselves among endless miles of windswept seashore, dune-studded landscapes, inshore forests and historic sights. Enjoy your first night in exciting Boston and then head out for five nights at one hotel on Cape Cod to experience its beauty and history. Visit amazing Boston; mansion-filled Newport, RI; Provincetown, and a cranberry bog, as well as ferry to the two most scenic and famous Islands off The Cape: Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
Today, Boston, the economic and cultural hub of New England, retains its rich history in education, arts, culture, cuisine and architecture. Boston, one of America’s oldest cities, first incorporated as a town in 1630 with a rich economic and social history. The Cape’s recorded history starts with the Plymouth Pilgrims who first set foot in the New World at the tip of Cape Cod in 1620. En route from Boston to Cape Cod, visit Plimouth Plantation, and see Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower II, recently renovated for the 400th anniversary of the historic voyage. On another day, visit a traditional cranberry bog, see scenic lighthouses and travel to the tip of Cape Cod to visit charming Provincetown. The island of Martha’s Vineyard is only seven miles off the coast of Massachusetts, but a world all its own. ‘The Vineyard’ is a true island as there are no bridges from the mainland, and most visitors arrive by ferry or plane. Explore Rhode Island’s seaside city of Newport, famous for its historic mansions and an upscale downtown filled with cobblestone streets and brick sidewalks. As the island of Nantucket comes into view from the bow of a ferry, see lines of foaming breakers crash against vast stretches of sands on the shore while 17th-century architecture dots the downtown horizon.
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