Cape Cod- Martha’s Vineyard – Nantucket Island – September 19 – 27, 2021
SUNDAY – MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 19 – 27, 2021
$1829.00 per person double $1639.00 per person triple
$1529.00 per person quad $2479.00 per person single
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
Deduct $50.00 per person if paid in full by June 22, 2021.
Depart Lafayette at 7:00 AM, Lebanon at 7:30 AM and Indianapolis at 8:00 AM.
Includes Motorcoach transportation, 8 nights lodging, luggage handling, 9 meals (8-breakfasts & 1-dinner), admissions per itinerary and Imperial Escort.
Martha’s Vineyard Cruise & Tour – Cruise to the “Storybook Island” of Martha’s Vineyard. Enjoy a guided tour of the island and free time to explore Edgartown filled with many shops, eateries, attractions and extraordinary views of the Atlantic!
New England Lobster or grilled NY strip steak Dinner
Cape Cod Tour – Travel with a local guide from Hyannis to the very tip, Provincetown, including the Kennedy Memorial,
St. Xavier’s Church, the Hyannis Port neighborhood of the Kennedy Compound and the JKF Hyannis Museum.
Cape Cod Lighthouse Trail – Follow the trail winding through Cape Cod as we see and hear about the outer Cape and Provincetown’s historic Lighthouses including Three Sisters and the famous Highland Light.
Pilgrim Monument Museum – See the highest granite structure in the country, commemorating the landing of the Pilgrims and boasting breathtaking views overlooking the harbor. The exhibits feature the story of the Pilgrim’s first landing, in Provincetown on this special commemorative year of the 400th anniversary of the landing.
Nantucket Cruise & Tour – Cruise to the unique Atlantic Isle of Nantucket. Enjoy a tour of this stunning New England Island.
Plymouth – Celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrim’s home in Plymouth, “America’s hometown”. A local guide will share the story of the faith-based journey our forefathers took aboard the Mayflower. See the Plymouth Rock and the Pilgrim’s landing site.
Mayflower II – Board an accurate reproduction of the ship that brought the Pilgrims to the New World. Learn what it was like to spend 66 days at sea without the conveniences of modern day.
Plimoth Plantation – See the lives of the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Indians as it existed in 1627 at this living museum.
Boston – Travel aboard Old Town Trolley to see the Best of Boston. Enjoy the day exploring at your own pace aboard a narrated open top bus! Explore the city’s landmarks and attractions with 18 stops along the way. Your ticket allows you to hop on and hop off throughout the day.