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Cape Cod

Plus Boston, Nantucket Island and Newport, Rhode Island. Departs from Toronto and Hamilton.

Cape Cod is a pine-scented, sea swept peninsula that extends its arm out into the Atlantic Ocean.

Available Booking Dates

Tour Inclusions

  • Transportation by deluxe coach with Wi-Fi
  • Moderate accommodation
  • 6 breakfasts (4 full breakfasts and 2 deluxe continental breakfasts)
  • 6 dinners
  • All Tour Inclusions listed on Page 3 (except, of course, round-trip airfare)


  • Per person, double occupancy, double occupancy   - $2,397.00
  • Single Supplement  - $390.00
  • Triples deduct   - $50.00 per person

All Senior Discovery Tours Include

  • Home pick-up and drop-off (from most Canadian cities)
  • Most Meals
  • All airfare and airport taxes
    *Airline baggage fees are not included
  • Carefully selected accommodations
  • All gratuities (for hotels, drivers, guides & cruise staff)
  • Insurance for cancellation and health while outside Canada
  • Services of one of our cheerful experienced Tour Managers
  • All prices guaranteed in Canadian funds (All taxes included)

With its dune-lined beaches, atmospheric towns full of shingled thatched cottages, quaint seafood restaurants and rustic, laid back appeal, it’s no wonder that Cape Cod has been one of the most popular holiday destinations on the east coast of the U.S. for so many years.

Once you experience this tour with us, we guarantee that You're sure to fall in love with Old Cape Cod.

Tour Highlights

  • Plymouth Rock
  • Sandwich
  • Cruise to Nantucket Island
  • Excursion to Newport, Rhode Island
  • Whale Watching in Provincetown
  • Hyannis
  • Kennedy Memorial
  • Eastham Windmill
  • Boston’s Quincy Market and the Common
  • And much more!

Day 1:  

Departure from pre-determined pick-up points in the Toronto / Hamilton area. We travel through the lovely scenery of New York State and arrive at our stopover point, Albany, the state capital.

Day 2:  

After breakfast we proceed to Cape Cod. Enroute we’ll stop at America's Home Town - Plymouth, where the Pilgrims first settled in 1620. A picture stop will be made at the Plymouth Rock, Forefather's Monument and the Mayflower II - a reproduction of the ship that transported the Pilgrims to the New World. Our hotel is in South Yarmouth. This evening we will enjoy our first dinner on the Cape.

Day 3:  

A full day of exploring Cape Cod, beginning in the Cape’s hub, Hyannis. Here we stop at the Kennedy Memorial, then drive along Main Street, through the village of Hyannisport - home of the famous St. Francis Xavier Church and also the Kennedy Compound. We then travel along historic Route 6, stopping on the way at the Eastham Windmill and a typical Cape Cod lighthouse. Driving through the Cape Cod National Seashore we reach the historic North Shore and spend some time in Provincetown. This charming town was the scene of the first landing of the Pilgrims, and is now an art colony with many fascinating sights and shopping boutiques. In Provincetown we board a boat for a whale watching excursion, led by a naturalist who will provide commentary on the various marine life we will see during our cruise.

Day 4:  

Today we visit Newport, Rhode Island, which is best known for its opulent mansions built by America’s rich and famous of the 1890’s, many of which are now museums. A local guide will meet us and guide us through the city, including the famed Ocean Drive and the Bellevue Avenue Mansion area. Admission to one of the mansions is included.

Tonight we enjoy some local entertainment during dinner.

Day 5:  

This morning we will enjoy a cruise to Nantucket Island which, for 100 years, was the greatest whaling centre in the world. Today it is a picturesque island of beautifully preserved homes, cobblestone streets and unique charm. Enjoy a tour of the island and then free time for browsing the galleries, shops and museums before we return to the Cape.

Tonight we enjoy a special lobster dinner (with alternative entrees available upon request)

Day 6:  

We depart the Cape for Boston, perhaps America’s most historic city. We will enjoy a guided tour of the various historical landmarks for which this city is famous, such as Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Boston Common, the Public Gardens and the original site of Cheers. There will be some time for lunch and shopping at Boston's famous Quincy Market. Then we travel through the charming villages and countryside of Massachusetts until we arrive back in Albany for our dinner and overnight.

Day 7:  Home

We continue our journey homeward via the duty-free shop, taking with us fond memories of beautiful Cape Cod.