Anxious about your New Year 2018 vacation plans? Here we give a thumbs-up to one of the most memorable and mesmerizing trips to the picturesque and beautiful town of Cape Cod. You can either take a chauffeured car from Boston to Cape Cod or a Bus if you are a budget traveler. You can also take a Ferry from Boston to Provincetown and then continue onward travel to Cape Cod.

Watch out for these attractions while you are at it:

  1. Get on board a Hyannis Whale Watcher CruiseImage result for Hyannis Whale Watcher CruiseThis one’s a 130-foot long boat with adequate facilities for food and beverages. It comes will plenty of sitting space to chill and relax while you spot humpback, finback whales in their natural surroundings
  2. Camping at Nickerson State Park
    You cannot help but stroll this beautiful 1,900-acre park that sports 400 camping sites located around eight freshwater ponds.
  3. Close encounter at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
    Spot a honey bee hive and striking archaeological artifacts at the Museum along with a breathtaking hike on the 400-plus acres of conservation land.
  4. Hogging lobster bisque at the Brewster Fish House
    Well-known for its sweet lobster bisque, this restaurant is your spot hog. Quick tip: Ensure that you reach there early as this eatery does not accept any reservations.
  5. Spend a picturesque evening at the Chart Room’s lawn
    Located at Redbrook Harbor, this comfy place is like a summer tradition for a number of people. The place is lined with old Adirondack chairs and is always vivid with visitors enjoying cocktails and of course the bewildering view of the sunset.
  6. Engage in the sights of birds at Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge
    Sprawled across the 7,600-acre area, this place provides resting, nesting, and feeding habitat to a number of migratory birds.
  7. Skim through centuries’ old maps at Maps of Antiquity
    There is no place better than this if you love maps and geography. This place holds more than 4000 maps that fall back up the too early 1600s, not to mention some amazing high-quality reproductions.
  8. Traverse the landscape around the Godfrey WindmillImage result for Traverse the landscape around the Godfrey WindmillThe Festivities like the Festival of the Arts (Aug. 18-20), calls for this centuries’ old windmill to set in motion. There are also tours every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday starting from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. through September 1st.
  9. Experience the art of pottery and purchase some of their marvelous works at Scargo Pottery
    This one-of-its-kind workshop was started by the legendary potter Henry Holl in 1950 at Scargo Lake. It is also the place for a lovely sculpture garden for you to take a stroll.
  10. Give pleasure to your eyes with the summer flora at Spohr Garden
    Daffodils, azaleas, rhododendrons, and daylilies are ready to welcome and soothe your soul at this six-acre huge woodland garden. Resting on the edge of Oyster Pond, this place is must-visit for all the flora enthusiasts.
  11. Experience happiness in the fragrance of Cape Cod Lavender Farm
    This Farm is one of the largest on the East Coast, so much so that the farmers here harvest more than 14,000 plants across 12 secluded acres.
  12. Family fun time at the Grand Slam Family Entertainment
    This place has everything that you need for a fun time with friends and family. From squirting from the bumper boats to soaring through the air on a zip line, hitting the batting cages and hunting for buried treasure, and much more, this place is the perfect fun time together.
  13. Drink beer like never before at the Cape Cod Beer
    You can choose from a wide range of Cape’s original craft brewery and quench your thirst at this beer garden.
  14. Pamper your sweet tooth at Caffé Gelato Bertini
    You can never miss this Italian ice cream made from scratch and prepared by its owners using an old Florentine recipe.
  15. On a trip to vineyard at Truro VineyardsRelated imageYou are sorted with your day once in here, as you take a tour of the vines and barrel room, go wine tasting and sampling rum from Hollow Spirits Distillery, and spend your sunny afternoon relaxing in the lawns of the Vineyard as you fill your stomach with a meal from the food truck.
  16. Go local shopping at the Orleans Farmers’ Market
    If shopping is on your wish list, visit this market to get your hands on local produce, flowers, herbs, a variety of soaps, pottery items, and poultry. It is open on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 noon well into November.
  17. An amazing ride to the Lower Cape with Art’s Dune Tours
    This off-road tour will give you a glimpse of the rolling sand dunes at the Cape Cod National Seashore. The place is filled with dune shacks in which a number of famous artists and writers have created their art on them.
  18. Swim your way at the Cape on Race Point Beach
    The Cape Cod National Seashore has about six swimming beaches, so ensure you enjoy your time here in the water.
  19. Time for some real sports on clay courts of Herring Cove Tennis Club
    Feel the feeling of serving in a French open as this Provincetown tennis club is equipped with five red clay courts open to the public.
  20. Chilling at Aqua Bar
    This is the perfect place to chill and sip some great cocktails with a memorizing view facing the large waterfront deck overlooking the beach and harbor.
  21. Capture the entire Cape in your eyes from top of the Pilgrim Monument
    This 252-foot building was built in 1620 to commemorate the Pilgrims’ signing of the Mayflower Compact in Provincetown Harbor. You might even be lucky to spot Boston from high up here if the day is clear.
  22. Heard of a Tea Dance? Boatslip Beach Club is the placeImage result for Heard of a Tea Dance? Boatslip Beach Club is the placeThrough the month of October, this place runs outdoor dance with resident DJ Maryalice making you groove on current hits, disco, and even classics from the 1980s.
  23. Witness some astounding glass work at Pairpoint
    This is America’s oldest glass company where master glass blowers are renowned for creating glassware since 1837. Their work is so fine that their designs have featured in Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts and even at the New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  24. Take a long stroll along the Sandwich Boardwalk
    Believe it or not, but this boardwalk is 1350-foot long that will translate into about three and three-quarters football fields. It runs over sand dunes and marshland from the entry point of Sandwich Harbor toward Town Beach.
  25. Take your curiosity to another level at the Whydah Pirate Museum
    This pirate museum displays artifacts from a sunken 16th-century Whydah pirate ship. You can set your eyes on their cannons, pistols, buttons, buckles, and yes, including the ultimate treasure of pirates: pieces of gold as well.
  26. Let your kids go crazy at the Cape Cod Inflatable Park
    Your kids will not stop for a second at the world’s largest wet and dry inflatable park. And for the older kids, they even have an arcade and challenge zone with a tightrope and trapeze.
  27. It’s your cup of coffee at Pie in the Sky bakery
    Come down, and you can indulge yourself in freshly baked items and coffee brewed on-site at this bakery that is open long even after sunset.
  28. Acquaint yourself with sea creatures at the Woods Hole Aquarium
    If marine life interests you, this oldest aquarium in the States is the place for you. It is home to about 140 species of marine animals from the waters of the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states.
  29. A bike trip from Dennis to Wellfleet along the Cape Cod Rail Trail
    If road trips hit your instincts, get a bike along this 22-mile path and cross the towns of Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, and Eastham on your way.
  30. An afternoon spent well along the Old King’s Highway
    Along with this route, you can halt at many places of historical interest, as well as witness some astonishing scenic beauty.To be able to visit most of these attractions its good if you have your own vehicle. There are many Boston Car Services companies that will give you a good rate on long-distance travel. Many people prefer not to drive when they are on a vacation and take a cab instead.

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