Cape Cod is of course unique. Its windswept beaches provide vacationers with an endless panorama of the Atlantic Ocean. Its colonial past has left this peninsula with a legacy of beautiful gabled roofed and wood framed villages.
Travac Tours wants to take you to Cape Cod this summer for a 5 day, 4 night escape to one of America’s favourite seaside playgrounds. Your hotel in Cape Cod is The Heritage House Hotel in Hyannis. The hotel is a short walking distance to the quaint shops, boutiques and eateries of Hyannis. To fully appreciate the history and culture of this special region, knowledgeable local guides will shepherd you through its local attractions. You will also have a chance to visit the legendary island of Martha’s Vineyard. Fishing was once the mainstay of this island, but it has become a summer retreat for the rich and famous including many of the Kennedy clan.
Travac also includes a city tour in Boston. You’ll travel down the old-world Freedom Trail with stops at Boston’s favourite historical landmarks. You’ll continue your tour with visits to Back Bay, the Public Gardens, Beacon Hill and old Ironsides, the oldest ship in the U.S. Navy.
In all, your Cape Cod getaway includes round trip transportation via a comfortable chartered coach, 4 night’s accommodation, guided tours, 2 dinners, 4 breakfasts and the services of a Travac Tours director. Indulge yourself in a well needed retreat where the past and the present meet in harmony and offers visitors a truly friendly New England experience. Book early for this unforgettable holiday! Space always sells out quickly.
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This morning you will depart Westgate Shopping Centre. A lunch stop will be made en-route. In the late afternoon you arrive at your hotel in Hyannis. A welcome dinner is included tonight. (D)
After breakfast you will depart your hotel for a tour of Cape Cod. With the help of a knowledgeable local guide you will see most of the peninsula’s famous sights – its gabled roofed houses, quaint seaside villages and warm water beaches. A stop will be made in Provincetown. You will have part of your afternoon to explore the village of Hyannis. Dinner will be on your own in Hyannis. (B)
Your adventure today will take you to Martha’s Vineyard. Located south of Cape Cod, “the Vineyard” was a retreat for wealthy whalers from Boston during the 19th century. Today it is a favourite island of many of New England’s wealthiest families and it is home to many lavish mansions. While in Martha’s Vineyard you will visit Edgartown and have time to shop in many of its one-of-a-kind boutiques. After dinner your evening is free. (B, D)
After breakfast you will be off to Plymouth. Plymouth is best known for being the site of the colony established by the Pilgrim passengers of the Mayflower. Founded in 1620, Plymouth is the oldest municipality in New England and one of the oldest in the United States. It also is the oldest continually inhabited English settlement in the modern United States. Our stop in Plymouth is short, but you will have a chance to see Plymouth Rock. From Plymouth you will make you way to Boston. While in Boston, you’ll travel down the old-world Freedom Trail, with stops at Boston’s favourite historical landmarks. You’ll continue your tour with visits to Back Bay, the Public Gardens, and Beacon Hill. Our hotel this evening will be the Hampton Inn by Hilton on Massachusetts Avenue in Boston (B)
This morning a hot and cold breakfast is provided. Following breakfast, we will depart Boston for Ottawa. A lunch stop will be made en-route. Expect to arrive in Ottawa in the evening. (B)
Itinerary and hotels subject to change.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hyannis- Cape Cod
Hotel Address287 Iyannough Road
Hampton Inn and Suites Crosstown Center
Hotel Address811 Massachusetts Avenue
Itinerary subject to change.
Please note that you are required to have a valid Canadian passport with you. Non-Canadians may require a visa to enter the U.S. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have such a document if required. Any other nationality other than Canadian persons must identify themselves to the booking agent for verification of documents required.