October 3 - 7, 2018

Day 1 ..... Travel to Yarmouth, Massachusetts with meal and rest stops
enroute. Upon arrival, enjoy a cranberry themed dinner with wine tasting

Day 2 .....
Following breakfast, depart with a step-on guide for the "Secrets of
Cape Cod Tour". Sit back as your guide take you on a Cape Cod journey
filled with Cape lore, local color and surprises. Enjoy a gourmet brunch
aboard the Cape Cod Central Railroad. This vintage railway takes you
from Hyannis to the Cape Cod Canal. Hear the narration while passing
beautiful cranberry bogs, natural woodlands, lush marshes, ocean views,
and more. See the 17th Century Chatham Light, located at the tip of Cape
Cod. We then visit Cape Cod's largest exhibit dedicated to the iconic
cranberry. The wild cranberry, one of only three species of fruit native to
North America, was first domesticated here in 1620. Dinner on your own
tonight on Hyannis Main Street, filled with a variety of dining choices,
boutiques, galleries, gift shops, and more.

Day 3 .....
After breakfast, meet your step-on guide and discover "America's
Hometown". Hear the stories of the faith-based journey our forefathers
took aboard the Mayflower as you view the Mayflower II afloat in
Plymouth Harbor. Time for lunch on your own at Plymouth's scenic
waterfront. Take time to explore and see the Plymouth Rock and the
Pilgrim's landing site. A stop at the Plymouth Bay Winery for a tasting of
Cranberry Wine. This afternoon, visit the Plimoth Plantation, see the lives
of the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Indians as it existed in 1627 at this living
museum. See the Pilgrim Village, Hobamock's Homesite and the Carriage
House Crafts Center. Walk among the costumed Pilgrims and Native
Americans as they perform their daily tasks of cooking, harvesting,
gardening, and tending to the animals. Learn of their religion, customs,
culture, and what motivated this small band of people to unite and seek a
new home. A "Taste of Two Cultures" dining experience feature favorites
from both English and the Native Americans. A historian will enlighten the
evening with interesting facts on cooking, ingredients, traditions, and table

Day 4. 
Following breakfast, depart for a tour of Sandwich. Visit Cape
Cod's oldest village, known for its early glass production. You will see the
Cape's first homestead, the Hoxie House, Sandwich Grist Mill, and historic
Daniel Webster Inn. Enjoy a stop at the Sandwich Glass Museum, where
you will see the vast collection from Sandwich's rich history in glass
manufacturing and a glass blowing demonstration. This afternoon, enjoy
the Cranberry Harvest Celebration, held at AD Makepeace, the world's
largest cranberry grower. The Cranberry Harvest Festival celebrate the
greatness of this historic regional staple and state "super fruit". Lunch is on
your own today at the festival. The event offers harvest demos, cooking
demos, crafts, paddleboat rides, food, music, and more. Depart and have
dinner included tonight.

Day 5 .....
After breakfast, depart for home with many memories of the Cape
Cod Cranberry Days.

Tour Includes:

Transportation, lodging, baggage handling, 4 breakfasts, 1
lunch, 3 dinners and admission to all attractions listed above.


$775.00 Double, $730.00 Triple,  $700.00 Quad, $975.00 Single

Deposit of $100.00 due with reservation.

Trip Cancellation Insurance is available at our office.

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Everett, PA.  15537

Everett Office 814-623-2182
Cumberland Office 301-759-3330