There are hidden gems in the little State of Rhode Island, enjoy a lighthouse cruise, seal watch, whale watching or deep sea fishing excursions. Get out on the water and enjoy a schooner cruise or a kayaking trail. Immerse yourself in the opulence of the Gilded Age in which magnificent mansions were considered “summer cottages” and where the rich and famous families like the Vanderbilts enjoyed their summer months. Rhode Island has an array of riches when it comes to food and culinary adventure with delicious events like restaurant weeks, foodie tours, tastings and festivals celebrating their fabulous seafood taking place throughout the state all year long as well as lots of fun and family friendly fairs
Next stop on your holiday is the coastal resort of Cape Cod. Famous for its miles of beaches, rolling sand dunes, legendary sea food and excellent water sports. There is lots to do in Cape Cod aside from relaxing on the beach. Take a trip to the Islands of Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard, go whale watching or explore one of the historic lighthouses dotted along the coast. Cape Cod seafood is world famous, so whether it’s the fried clams, oysters or fresh lobster that take your fancy, no visit is complete without trying some of the incredible fresh local seafood!
Rhode Island is known as the Ocean State as it is home to 400 miles of coastline. Whether you are looking for family beaches, water sports beaches or fishing beaches, there is plenty to choose from!
Rhode Island Stay
Day 1-2 Connecticut Stay
Day 3-4 Rhode Island Stay
Day 5-7 Cape Cod