Cape Cod & the Islands

Napa Chamber of Commerce invites you to
Cape Cod & the Islands
Featuring Boston, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and Newport

A 7-Day Tour of Cape Cod & the Islands, starting on September 17, 2017 through September 23, 2017.

  • Roundtrip Airfare from SFO
  • Chamber Membership not required
  • Available to friends and family
  • Arrangements can be made to fly from other airports across the country
  • Breakfast included daily plus 3 dinners

Cost

  • $2,250 per person, double occupancy
  • $3,000 per person, single occupancy
  • $100 discount per person if paid in full prior to July 6, 2017
  • $300 deposit per person due with Reservation Form to secure reservation
  • Cancellation: Full refund more than 180 days prior to departure
  • Schedule of fees itemized on trip schedule

Reservation forms available through Philippa Perry at the Napa Chamber of Commerce. She can be reached at 707.254.1145 or email at philippa@napachamber.com. To place your security deposit, click here.


Cape Cod & the Islands Itinerary

Day 1: Flight to Boston

Transfer to Cape Cod hotel to begin a six night stay.

Day 2: Hyannis, Plymouth, and Sandwich

Today, enjoy a Hyannis Tour to learn more about the history of the Kennedys and this seaside resort. Travel through Hyannis Port, home of the Kennedy Compound and see the Kennedy Memorial and St. Francis Church. Later, visit Plimoth Plantation, an accurate re-creation of the Pilgrims' 1627 village where costumed interpreters portray colony residents in this living history museum. Later, board the Mayflower II, a reproduction of the original ship that brought the pilgrims to the New World in 1620. Also see famous Plymouth Rock, the place where the Pilgrims first stepped ashore after a 66-day transatlantic voyage. Later, journey to the charming village of Sandwich. Incorporated in 1639, it is the oldest town on Cape Cod and known for its glassware. Visit the Heritage Plantation, where a collection of Americana ranges from early art and artifacts to horticulture, military history, and a 1912 carousel. Enjoy a Welcome Dinner this evening with your fellow travelers.

Day 3: Nantucket Island

This morning, board a ferry and cruise to scenic and historic Nantucket Island featuring a cobblestoned Main Street, unspoiled beaches, sea captains' houses, and art galleries. Enjoy a visit to the Nantucket Whaling Museum, including its rooftop observation deck overlooking the harbor and other whaling exhibits, all reflections of an island that some 300 years ago was the whaling capital of the world. Enjoy some time at your own pace to shop or explore the yacht-filled harbor and waterfront. This afternoon, board a ferry and return to your Cape Cod hotel.

Day 4: Boston City Tour

Today, visit the historic city of Boston. Enjoy a Boston City Tour featuring Boston Commons, the Old State House, the Old North Church from where Paul Revere got the signal to start his famous ride, the Old South Meeting House, Beacon Hill, and Old Ironsides. Visit the Faneuil Hall Marketplace, located in downtown Boston near the waterfront and originally gifted to the city in 1742. Enjoy leisure time to grab a bite to eat, wander, people watch, and shop. This evening, enjoy dinner in Boston at a popular local restaurant before returning to the Cape.

Day 5: Martha's Vineyard Tour

This morning, enjoy a scenic ferry ride  to famous Martha's Vineyard where little has changed since European settles arrived early in the 17th century. The island's resident population includes writers, artists, entertainers, and fishermen. Your Martha's Vineyard Tour includes the colorful Victorian cottages of Oak Bluffs, Edgartown, with its stately houses built by whaling captains, pristine beaches, and colorful yacht harbors. Also view the picturesque Aquinnah Lighthouse and Gay Head.

Day 6: Newport Sightseeing

Today, visit Newport, Rhode Island, one of New England's most delightful coastal cities and a long time favorite vacation site of affluent socialites and yachting enthusiasts. Enjoy a Newport City Tour and drive by the Touro Synagogue, the oldest synagogue in America, the International Tennis Hall of Fame and the splendid estates along Bellevue Avenue. Marvel at the extravagant lifestyle of a bygone era with a guided tour of The Breakers Mansion, the Vanderbilt's lavishly decorated turn-of-the-century mansion. Follow "Ten-Mile-Drive" along the magnificent rocky coast which boasts exquisite estates from the early 1900s. Enjoy some leisure time in Newport to explore the galleries and quaint shops. Tonight's Farewell Dinner is a traditional New England Lobster Dinner.

Day 7: Boston Flight to Home