See Nantucket and Cape Cod in full bloom at the annual Daffodil Festival! Feel the gentle sea breezes, cruise the sparkling water, taste the lobstah, wear your daffy hat and say “so long” to winter!
Day 1 – Lobstah Cruise and Dinner Cabaret – (D)
Arrive at the harbor village, of Plymouth, MA, home of the pilgrim. Get your New England on as you explore the heart of downtown for shopping and lunch on your own. This afternoon, it’s all aboard our very own lobster boat! Relax on the ship’s two spacious decks as you cruise by Plymouth Rock, Long Beach, and more. Tonight, it’s dinner and a show at the Dan’l Webster Inn, recognized as one of the most distinguished restaurants in North America. Rest from the day at the Holiday Inn Hyannis, your home for the next three nights.
Day 2 – Nantucket Daffodil Festival (B)
Breathe the salty air on a hi-speed catamaran ride across Cape Cod Bay to Nantucket. Don your daffy hat at the 52nd Annual Daffodil Festival, a larger than life celebration of spring. Featuring an antique car parade, hat pageant and blooming characters, this is a can’t-miss event that you have to see to believe! This afternoon, enjoy a guided tour of this crescent-shaped island, a world unto itself. This evening, wander the famous town of Hyannis for shopping and dinner on your own. Ask your Tour Director for recommendations on restaurants and sites to see.
Day 3 – Once In A Life Time (B,D)
Go to the tip of the Cape and explore everything in between! Take a guided tour down Old King’s Highway, a scenic byway known for its maritime history, the Eastham Windmill, Cape Cod Lighthouse, ocean views and more! Follow the road all the way to the bustling resort town of Provincetown. Next, get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime experience to see the endangered Right Whale. With only about 500 left on the planet, more than 300 come to Cape Cod during April. The boat often floats among dozens of whales – this rare sighting is not to be missed! After today’s amazing highlights, share photos with your fellow travelers during a farewell dinner at Provincetown’s favorite restaurant, The Lobster Pot.
Day 4 – Sweet and Sour! (B, L)
Step into the “other side” of the Cape at an authentic cranberry bog. On a guided tour with one of the owners, a lifelong Cape resident, learn about the life of a bog and the cranberry connection to the Cape. Savor lunch at the Lobster Trap Restaurant, famous for their signature lobster rolls. It’s a final taste of New England and the perfect finish to your spring get away!