Departure:Monday,Wednesday,Friday. Adult:$239 /Child:$139
Price NOT included: 1.)Laundry, valet, telephone calls, wines and liquors other than those specified. 2.)All meals and drinks during the trip, but the tour guide will arrange 3.)All admission fee and all other private expenses, [Service Charges: $8.00 per person, per day.] Price may change without notice.
PlantationDay 1:The bus will leave Chinatown at 8:00 a.m.The first day, Visiting The English Village , is a re-creation of the small farming town built by English colonists.The people you will meet here talk of the past, Step into a traditional house Surrounded by soft furs, flickering firelight, and artfully woven bulrush mats, learn about traditional Wampanoag family life as well as the arrival of the English from an Indigenous point of view. Walk around outside and enjoy the scent of stew as it simmers over an aromatic wood fire. Take this unique opportunity to explore the perspectives of the Indigenous Wampanoag who have lived on this land for hundreds of generations.
ProvincetownDay 2: Provincetown,The town's rural character appealed to the hippies of the era. The tip of Cape Cod, also berths several whale watching fleets who patrol the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. Most fleets guarantee a whale sighting (mostly humpback whale, fin whale, minke whale, sei whale, and critically endangered, the North Atlantic Right Whale), and one is the only federally certified operation qualified to rescue whales. The Whydah Museum ,The treasure that Clifford found was actually two-fold. There was gold, it is true, but there was also a record of how pirates actually lived. Provincetown has also long been known as an art colony, attracting writers and artists.Cape Cod is a popular destination for beachgoers from all over. With 559.6 miles (900.6 km) of coastline, beaches, both public and private, are easily accessible. The Cape has upwards of sixty public beaches, many of which offer parking for non-residents for a daily fee (in summer). The Cape Cod National Seashore has 40 miles (64 km) of sandy beach and many walking paths. You will enjoying fresh Lobster , Tuna , shellfish at fine dining seafood restaurants .
Martha VineyardDay 3:After breakfast. Leave for Woods Hole Ferry to Martha?s Vineyard.Martha's Vineyard is an ideal place to relax and getaway from it all. Each of the Island's six towns provide access to spectacular beaches and outdoor activities -- while at the same time offering an enjoyable selection of shops, restaurants, and other attractions.First we will visit Aquinnah-The Gay Head Cliff . Rising 150 feet above the ocean, these spectacular clay cliffs have attracted visitors from all over the world. the view is perhaps the most breathtaking on the entire island. From this vista, you can see the Elizabeth Islands, Noman?s Island , Cape Cod, and a sweeping view of Vineyard Sound. Following we will visit Edgartown - the Island's first colonial settlement, and it has been the county seat since 1642. The stately white Greek revival houses built by the whaling captains have been carefully maintained. They make the town a museum-piece community, a seaport villiage preserved from the early 19th century. Oak Bluffs is a resort town on the northeast shore of Martha's Vineyard, originally incorporated in 1880 as Cottage City. In 1907 the town's name was changed because of the growth in the year round population and the changing face of the resort required an acknowledgement the town was not just "Cottage City" in here you will see all the colorful gingerbread cottage which houses antique furnishings and other cottage memorabilia.
7:00am 135-20 39th Ave, Flushing, NY 11354 (In front of the Sheraton hotel - Queens)
8:00am 90 Bowery St, New York, NY 10002 (Manhattan)