Boston - Martha's Vineyard
Depart 7am from Boston heading to Woods Hole, and then we will take ferry to Martha’s Vineyard. Martha's Vineyard is the largest island not connected to mainland by a bridge or tunnel on the East Coast of the United States. With spectacular views on the island, you can totally relax and have fun and forget all the annoying things from busy city. Beautiful beaches, grand mansions, great restaurants and shops are all around on the island. President Obama spends his summer vacation on the island every year with his family. And then we will visit the Island's first colonial settlement – Edgartown, it is the county seat of Dukes County. The grand white Greek revival houses built by the whaling captains have been carefully maintained in Edgartown. They make the town a museum-piece community, a seaport village preserved from the early 19th century. You will also have a chance to visit Oak Bluffs, it is a resort town on the northeast shore of Martha's Vineyard, originally incorporated in 1880 as Cottage City. The town is noted for its "gingerbread cottages" and other well-preserved late-nineteenth-century buildings. You can also visit Alpaca Farm and meet the lovely alpacas.
We will take ferry back to Woods Hole after the tour in the afternoon and head back to Boston.