THINGS TO DO IN CAPE COD
Cape Cod is a peninsula jutting out like a muscled flexed arm in the Atlantic Ocean. As part of the state of Massachusetts, it is the first stop before boarding the ferry towards the infamous summer vacation islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Flanked by water on all sides, Cape Cod is a haven for water enthusiasts. The gorgeous sands and pristine waters of Cape Cod lure vacationers for a leisurely dip in its beaches. Sun worshippers can take their time on the Cape’s shores and sunbathe in the mild temperature. Group travelers can just hire a ship to traverse around the bay at their own leisure and privacy, Hyannis Harbor is a good place to start. Another worthwhile stint that travelers should not miss is to do a little sport fishing. Various game fish like tuna, bass, flounder, bonito and others abound in the bay seasonally available for the game fishing fan to bait. Recreational fishing would keep most men happily busy while their wives shop for goodies and trinkets on the markets and bazaars of the cape. For travelers with kids, whale watching is a must. Tour operators start their season from late winter onwards. Eco-tours such as this benefit the environment as well as educate the tourists on how to better take care of the planet as well as the other beings living in it. Naturalists will guide the observers in interacting with the whales albeit from a distance, for the protection of both sides. Whales are not the only animals in abundance in Cape Cod, bird watchers can drop by at Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary or on Monomoy Island for birding tours. Travelers can also drop by the fishing port of Sandwich, Chatham and Provincetown to observe the fisher folk unloading the day’s catch at the pier. Trekkers and bikers and people who love to tread where others do not dare are not to be left out since the whole bay is available for them to explore on foot, or on a horse or even a bicycle. Adventurers may...
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