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Cranberry Harvest in Cape Cod

Monday, October 03, 2022

Price per person: $1145.00

Walking Guide 3

Walking Guide 3 requires moderate amount of walking possibly on uneven surfaces; longer and shorter days; possible air travel with long walks to terminal gates.

Tour a cranberry bog while in production during harvest season!  Visit Martha’s Vineyard and enjoy a lobster dinner.

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Cranberry Harvest in Cape Cod

October 3-7, 2022 | 5 days

Pickup: Lancaster, Ephrata    Lv-7:00 am Rt-8:30 pm

Price per person: $1,145 Double    $1,454 Single
$1,034 Triple    $984 Quad
Deposit – $125 per person at registration

4 breakfasts   3 lunches    2 dinners

Day 1 *Travel to Hyannis, MA, on the shores of Cape Cod *Dinner and overnight in Hyannis, MA (1st of 4 nights) (D)

Day 2 *Explore Cape Cod, with a local guide, beginning in the homeport of Hyannis *Enjoy free time for lunch and shopping in Chatham *Visit the Cape Cod National Seashore Visitors Center in Eastham *Overnight in Hyannis, MA (B, L)

Day 3 *Travel to Woods Hole to board the steamship, Authority, for a 45-minute ride to Martha’s Vineyard to visit Vineyard, Haven, Oak Bluffs and Edgartown *Browse and lunch in the whaling town of Edgartown *Dine in the lovely village of Osterville Dinner tonight is a lobster dinner at a fine local restaurant. *Overnight in Hyannis, MA (B, D)

Day 4 *Tour a cranberry bog owned by A. D. Makepeace, the world’s largest cranberry grower and currently in production You will have a guided tour of the bogs during the harvest season. *Explore the Cape’s oldest village of Sandwich *Lunch at the historic Daniel Webster Inn *Overnight in Hyannis, MA (B, L)

Day 5 *Relax on train ride aboard the Essex Steam Train *Enjoy a lunch together and travel homeward (B, L)

 

 

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