EXPLORE NEW ENGLAND: CAPE COD & THE ISLANDS
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There's a timelessness to the natural beauty of Cape Cod that keeps visitors coming back year after year, swarming the Cape with thousands of tourists each summer.
Even if you can’t curl your toes in the sand, you can still explore the curious and quirky spots that give Cape Cod its unique character.
Options for kayakers are plentiful on Cape Cod, including guided tours, corporate and family outings, eco-tours, and lessons.
This may sound like an idyllic reminiscence of childhood (and it is), but the special thing about Wellfleet is that much remains the same.
While it is extremely dangerous to swim at Wasque Beach, the rip is the perfect convergence for bluefish on their way from as far south as Florida to spawn up north.
Vacationers who are flying kites, basking on the beach, paddling the coastal marshes, or riding bicycles through the dunescape of the Province Lands on Aug. 7 ought to pause a second to recognize the vision that made it all possible.
Change is evident as the Cape reinvents itself for another summer, with venues from Falmouth to Provincetown showcasing nighttime cultural offerings, new and tried and true.
Whether you are dreaming of a beach vacation on the Cape or a ski vacation in Vermont, these tips can help.
With nightly rates of $35 per person, the Angeline Crocker Hinckley Hostel has attracted guests from all over the world since it opened in July.
Witness spectacular ocean views, explore dozens of hiking and biking trails, and experience the history and beauty that defines Cape Cod.
With more than 300 ponds on Cape Cod, choosing a mere 10 is a thankless task. Finding them can be even trickier.
Cape Cod loves a party. Dozens of festivals from summer into fall celebrate beaches, fishing, farming, seafood, the arts, and family fun.
In a destination meant to help you unwind, Nantucket has a long list of activities for the restless.
Whether you are visiting for the first time, or have been to Vineyard Vines and the Black Dog dozens of times, you may be surprised by what you find.
See who got the most bang for their buck on Courtney and Chris' weekend getaway to the Cape.
Brewster by the Sea offers a pampered experience with European flair.
Glassblowing! Biking! Check out our picks for the top freebies on the Cape.
The outer Cape is a good place for two travelers to spend two days for under $200.
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Story Old and in the waves
Discover Chatham, the historic Cape Cod village that offers simple pleasures and seaside beauty.
Once just a gateway, the Cape Cod Canal's railroad bridge has become a tourist destination.
Take a tour with Carly Simon, plan your getaway, and find the perfect Vineyard beach.
Find quiet diversions, budget-friendly lodging, lavish meals, and plan your perfect day.