Welcome to Nantucket
One need not be a millionaire to visit Nantucket, but it couldn't hurt. This compact island, 30 miles south of Cape Cod, grew rich from whaling in the 19th century. In recent decades it's seen a rebirth as a summer getaway for CEOs, society types and other well-heeled visitors from Boston and New York... Read More
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5-Day Tour of Boston - Cape Cod and Nantucket
This is a 5-day tour of Boston, Cape Cod and Nantucket including transportation, guide and accommodation. The tour starts with a Boston city tour featuring the financial district, seaport, Boston Common, Beacon Hill, Quincy Market Place. Enjoy a fully narrated, historic tour of Nantucket and learn about The Old Mill, "Sconset" Village with its rose-covered cottages, Low Beach, Sankaty Head Lighthouse, cranberry bogs, and Nantucket moors. Enjoy an afternoon whale watching cruise off the shores of Cape Cod.
2-Day Tour of Nantucket Including the Annual Daffodil Festival
Join us in celebrating springtime on Nantucket Island. This 2-day package starts with a tour of the Hyannis area followed by a clam and lobster dinner. The next morning, take a high speed ferry to Nantucket where you get to enjoy The Annual Daffodil Festival which includes the Antique Car Parade, art shows and tour of Nantucket Island. You will see thousands of daffodils in bloom while on the island. Enjoy a Nantucket Island tour before departing from home.
5-Day Boston Tour: Cape Cod with Nantucket and Whale Watch
Take a multi-day Boston city tour featuring the financial district, seaport, Boston Common, Beacon Hill, and Quincy Market Place. Enjoy a fully narrated delightful historic tour of Nantucket, America's most scenic little island. Become acquainted with the "Little Grey Lady," famous as the world's foremost whaling port in the 18th century. See The Old Mill, "Sconset" Village with its rose-covered cottages, Low Beach, Sankaty Head Lighthouse, Cranberry bogs and Nantucket moors. Stop at the Salt Marsh Visitor Center where you can see the whaling exhibit. In Provincetown, enjoy an afternoon whale-watching cruise. On your return to Boston, your first stop is the JFK library, where you can follow the story of JFK’s life and the events of his presidency.