2 Days Provincetown Mayflower & Cape Cod

Tour Code : PM2


Pick Up & Drop Off: NYC

*Connecticut by request available


Tour Availability 

Available: Sat. ( April ) Mon. Wed.& Sat ( May-Sep.)



 2 days, 1 night


Provincetown is the oldest continuous art colony in America and the birthplace of the Modern American Theater.  We have been named the “best resort town” and two of our beaches are included in the country's top ten. 
Located at the tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Ptown is proud of its diversity and has become the number one destination for same sex weddings.
Spend 2 days to explore the history of early US stores and enjoy and beautiful New England View.

Tour Price In USD (Price per room based on double occupancy)





 or  Single Room 
  • 1 person
Double Room
  • 2 people
Triple Room
  • 3 people
Quad Room
  • 4 people



Air-Conditioned/ Lavatory Equipped Motor Coach


  3-Star or 2.5 Star +

Tour Guide

  Bilingual in English & Chinese, Professional 


     (by sharing same room)



Enjoy the beauty of Nature in New England  




1-night hotel accommodation

  • Standard: Comfort Inn or equivalent

Roundtrip transportation via Air Conditioned, Lavatory Equipped Motor coach

Tour guide (Bilingual guided tour,English and Chinese)

All Taxes




Optional Admission Fees

            Admission fees  may be paid to your tour escort upon arrival by cash.

All meals and drinks during the trip, but the tour guide will arrange for.

Service fees for your tour guide and bus driver (total $6.00/day per passenger).

Personal room service fees such as laundry or valet services, telephone calls, or alcoholic beverages/ mini bar items, unless they are otherwise specified.

Any private expenses.


Depature and Return Details



Return ( Estimated)




136-17 38th Ave, Flushing,NY 11354 



244 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002


Addional Notes


  • Customers are held solely responsible for their own travel documents and/or visas if required.
  • All hotel and tour schedules are arranged in advance, NO REFUND will be given to any customer failing to appear on the departure day.
  • Hotel rooms: Each hotel room can accommodate no more than 4 guests (adults or children), and existing bedding must be used.

For big groups over 30 people, you may requst tour guide's attention and speak your language such as Spanish , Italian, Vitananese, Cantonese , etc.

Request may sent by email at info@americaonbus.com or call us 2 weeks in Advance.





A New York CityB Plantation,MAC Plymouth, MA

Day 1: New York - Plantation, MA  ( 160 miles)

Visit The English Village Which is a re-creation of the small farming town built by English colonists.The people you meet here who will talk abowt the past, Step into a traditional house Surrounded by soft furs, flickering firelight, and artfully woven bulrush mats, learn about traditional Wampanoag family life as well as the arrival of the English from an Indigenous point of view. Walk around outside and enjoy the scent of stew as it simmers over an aromatic wood fire. Take this unique opportunity to explore the perspectives of the Indigenous Wampanoag who have lived on this land for hundreds of generations.


The 1621 Will of William Mullins, is the only surviving will for an individual who died the first winter at Plymouth. This document would have sailed back to England on the Mayflower in April-May 1621. Signatures at the bottom-right of the will include Plymouth's first Governor John Carver, Mayflower's surgeon Giles Heale, and Mayflower's


You may be surprised at what you learn! Come aboard Mayflower ship and learn about the 1620 voyage, Explore the cramped quarters of the ship's passengers. Peer down into the lower level,where the food, clothing, furniture, tools and other items necessary to start a colony were stored.You will meet staff in modern-day clothing who speak from a present-day perspective. They can talk with you about the original Mayflower as well as the reproduction vessel Mayflower.


Day 2 : Cape Cod - New York  ( 252 miles)


Provincetown , MA


The Whydah Pirate Museum

* Recommended by National Geographic Magazine

After years of searching, underwater explorer Barry Clifford and our project team made world headlines with the discovery of the pirate ship Whydah.

Wrecked in a storm off Cape Cod in 1717, the Whydah is the only pirate shipwreck ever found, and her treasures are still being archaeologically recovered. With the discovery of over two hundred thousand artifacts – including sixty cannon, over ten thousand coins, 400 pieces of Akan gold jewelry, and much more – our project has completely revised the world’s understanding of pirates.


Cape Code , MA

Provincetown,The town's rural character appealed to the hippies of the era. The tip of Cape Cod, also berths several whale watching fleets who patrol the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. Most fleets guarantee a whale sighting (mostly humpback whale, fin whale, minke whale, sei whale, and critically endangered, the North Atlantic Right Whale), and one is the only federally certified operation qualified to rescue whales. The Whydah Museum ,The treasure that Clifford found was actually two-fold. There was gold, it is true, but there was also a record of how pirates actually lived. Provincetown has also long been known as an art colony, attracting writers and artists.
Cape Cod is a popular destination for beachgoers from all over. With 559.6 miles (900.6 km) of coastline, beaches, both public and private, are easily accessible. The Cape has upwards of sixty public beaches, many of which offer parking for non-residents for a daily fee (in summer). The Cape Cod National Seashore has 40 miles (64 km) of sandy beach and many walking paths. You will enjoying fresh Lobster , Tuna , shellfish at fine dining seafood restaurants .