Day 1 & 2 - Boston
Explore Boston, take a "Hop on, Hop Off" trolley tour or walk the Freedom Trail, a well-preserved pedestrian path that weaves in and out of historic neighbourhoods.
Between landmarks, you can shop the fabulous stores on Newbury Street, or browse the antique shops and distinctive red-brick buildings of Beacon Hill.
Perhaps lunch in lively Quincy Market or a delicious authentic Italian meal in the North End.
Day 3 - Boston to Plymouth
Drive to Plymouth to see the Mayflower replica and Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum depicting life in a 1627 pilgrim village.
Day 4 & 5 - Plymouth to Chatham
A leisurely day to explore Cape Cod with its pretty villages and abundant attractions. Chatham is the quintessential New England village by the sea.
Cape Cod National Seashore
40 miles of pristine sandy beach, marshes, ponds and diverse birdlife
Day 6 - Chatham to Provincetown, MA
This colourful and fascinating little town has attracted a wide spectrum of people. Artists live side by side with traditional fisherman and during the summer Commercial Street is filled with the most cosmopolitan mix of people.
A morning to explore the town and this afternoon enjoy a whale watching cruise (weather permitting), an exciting adventure to view these majestic marine mammals, guided by an expert naturalist.
a New England Clambake Dune Tour
This evening enjoy dinner in town or perhaps try a New England Clambake Dune Tour, an exciting trip that combines the beauty of a sunset dune tour with a traditional New England Clam Bake dinner served picnic style.
Day 7 - Provincetown to Nantucket & Martha's Vineyard, MA
With its cobblestone Main Street shaded by giant elm trees; it’s magnificent homes of merchants and ship captains. It is one of the best preserved towns in New England.
Day 8 & 9 - Martha's Vineyard
Two days to relax on the island, a Mecca for summer visitors, that has played host to the rich and famous, including film stars and American Presidents. Tour the Vineyard to see the gingerbread cottages of Oak Bluffs, and Gay Head cliffs in scenic Aquinnah.