Cape Cod was my very favorite place that we visited this summer. The food was amazing, the people were nice, and the wildlife was unbelievable. I will never forget our time there and I hope to go back.
Much of the area around Boston and Cape Cod is thickly settled so we assumed Cape Cod would be the same. There are places that are very settled but we were surprised at the amount of wildneress. The seashore is very beautiful but so are the forests you drive through to get there. I went to Cape Cod for the sharks but we also saw a lot of different types of birds and it was our first time seeing seals. Unfortunately, we didn’t see any great white sharks but we really enjoyed our
stop at Chatham Shark Center (The Atlantic Great White Conservancy).
The towns we visited were cool. Like Boston, they aren’t really made for a big pick-up. Parking was difficult but we made it work.
Traffic on Cape Cod was very congested when we were there but we made it all the way to Provincetown. On the way back, we stopped at Cape Cod National Seashore. We will definitely take our bikes next time because the Seashore has a great bike path.
Thank you, Cape Cod, for the amazing, mini-summer vacay before I hit the books…again… Sea you next year!
Chatham Shark Center:
Blog post: http://www.wildlifeonthego.com/travels/shark/
Facebook album: https://www.facebook.com/wildlifeonthego/posts/1929759943962558
Woods Hole Oceanographic Instituion Exhibit Center
Blog Post: http://www.wildlifeonthego.com/travels/woods-hole-oceanographic-institution-exhibit-center/
Facebook album: https://www.facebook.com/wildlifeonthego/posts/1933350600270159
Cape Cod Falcebook album: https://www.facebook.com/wildlifeonthego/posts/1933449386926947