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After arriving at Logan International Airport (BOS), our tour guide will meet guests at the Baggage Claim area. Feel free to take our shuttle to the hotel and catch some rest.
Summary of The Day: We will first come to Provincetown which is at very tip of Cape Cod. It has long been known as an artist's colony, attracting writers and artists. The Cape Cod National Seashore is a popular beach destination with easy access to coastline and 40 miles (64 km) of sandy beaches, both public and private.
Later we will visit the Whydah Pirate Museum (admission not included). Commanded by the famed pirate Sam Bellamy, the Whydah was wrecked off Wellfleet in 1717, taking with the treasures of fifty plundered ships. Bellamy’s loss was history’s gain, however, as the contents of his once-proud flagship represent a unique look into the lives of the pirates, and an unprecedented cross-cultural sampling of treasures from the world of the 18th century.
Here you can touch and see 300 year old silver pirate coins, Akan gold jewelry, cannon, cannon ball, rare navigation instruments, pirate pistols, sword hilts, ships rigging and much more! Imagine being within feet of some of the most graceful rare mammals in the world.
Departing from Plymouth Harbor, our Whale-watch Excursion (own expense) gives you the chance and the opportunity to experience sights that you will never forget. Moreover, we will visit the Pilgrim Tower Monument which was founded in 1892 as the Cape Cod Pilgrim Memorial Association, Cape Cod’s oldest not-for-profit organization. Its purpose is to commemorate the Mayflower Pilgrims’ first landing in the New World in Provincetown, in November 1620. Nothing's more relaxing than enjoying the breathtaking views of harbor and Provincetown.
Summary of The Day: We will directly head to The Breakers at Newport, Rhode Island. Through the years Newport of Rhode Island has made a name as a summer playground of billionaires and as the yachting capital of the world.
Explore the late 1800s and early 1900s of American history and European-influenced architecture at one of Newport’s famed “summer cottages”, The Breakers, an 1895 mansion patterned after a Renaissance palace (admission not included).
The Breakers mansion is not just one of the most famous, but also the largest and grandest of the several historical Newport villas that dot the ritzy coastline. The four-story building is located on 14 acres of waterfront property and consisted by 70 rooms. Here, we can experience American gold rush era of wealth. The grand interior decoration together with the delicate collection of artworks presents past glory and luxury of the Vanderbilt family.
Summary of The Day: In the morning we will drive to Acadia National Park, where is favorite by many celebrities, such as Rockefeller Family, Carnegie and JP Morgan. Even, the President Obama and his family spent their holiday here in 2010.
During the tour, we will visit the Mount Desert Island, and drive to the Cadillac Mountain where we are able to watch the first sunrise and sunset in East of America. The Cadillac Mountain, Largely composed of pink granite, is covered with spruce and pitch pine forests, tiny sub alpine plants (such as cinquefoil), short gnarled trees, wild blueberries, and boulders of all sizes and shapes.
Throughout the journey, we will pass by the breathtaking Eagle Lake, and as long as hitting to the top of mountain, guests will be astonished of the magnificent views, also will exactly understand why here is considered as the darling of the great nature.
By afternoon, we will reach to the Bar Harbor, ME which has more than 150 years history. In the village, we will have the chance to taste the traditional French Steamed Lobster, Lobster ice-cream, blueberry soda, blueberry ice-cream and blueberry pancake.
Later, we may choose to take a Boat Tour (own expense) in the form of either a nature cruise or a lobster-fishing trip, to know more about the local wild life, like seals, Bald eagle, sea ducks etc., also to learn the lobster’s life habits and the process of how to catch the lobster.
We will finish the day with a visit to the sand beach and Thunder Hole.
Summary of The Day: Toward the rising sun, we are heading to Portland, the 4th biggest City of Maine, to appreciate the local most antique, most stunning, and much loved by shutterbugs attraction – Portland Head Light House (admission not included). Construction on the lighthouse began in 1787 under the direction of not-yet-president George Washington. For more than 200 years, the lighthouse known as the Portland Head Light has been a beacon for ships off the coast of New England.
Next guests will visit the York Wild Kingdom Zoo. This is the largest zoo and amusement park in southern Maine draws more than 200,000 guests every year. Here is the family of distinctive India tiger, capybara—the biggest murine animal, African zebra, African lion, Australian kangaroo, India peacock and over 20 species of primate animals. In addition, we can get close to the animals such as Maine Sika Deer and babe goats by feeding which is good for children to interact with nature.
In the afternoon, we will go to Boston. Later tonight, you will have the opportunity of enjoying Boston's most famous feast – Lobster (own expense).
Summary of The Day: The trip of the day will start in the city of Cambridge, MA where we will visit the Harvard University. Here, you will find Harvard’s oldest campus and take pictures with the statue of John Harvard, known as the “Statue of Three Lies.” Also, we will have a campus tour inside MIT to visit its main academic building and Kresge Auditorium.
Afterwards we will enjoy a cruise of Boston Harbor (own expense).
Then we'll go sightseeing in the Boston city. We will pass by the old Trinity Cathedral, the Hancock Building, the Boston Park, Prudential Center, and Boston Public Library along the way while overlooking the gold dome of the State House.
Around the noon, we will arrive at old Quincy Market. Quincy Market is opportune for strolling through, or to get a taste of the historical ambiance as well as to pick out souvenirs among the assorted merchants and artisans. The Market is also surrounded by dozens of restaurants for dining option with a variety of authentic cuisines, and Boston’s Clam Chowder is always a good choice to satisfy your taste buds! After lunch, we will send you to the airport for flights home.
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