• Location: Boston, Massachusetts
  • Duration: 12 hours (approx.)

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Join Boston's only award winning, original, Martha's Vineyard Day Trip! Leave the trouble of driving to someone else and enjoy a day trip to Martha’s Vineyard from Boston. Rest and relax in a late model mini-coach on a 1.5-hour drive to the town of Falmouth, MA. Complimentary snacks, bottled water, island guidebooks and a discount card with island perks are provided during the drive.

Then it’s on to the Island Queen ferry and a 35-minute mini-cruise across the waters of Vineyard Sound to Martha’s Vineyard. Upon arrival on the island, explore at leisure or upgrade to add a 3-hour island tour to the trip before returning.


  • Relax on a 1.5-hour mini-coach ride to Falmouth
  • Take a 35-minute scenic ferry ride to Martha's Vineyard
  • Spend six hours exploring Martha's Vineyard on your own
  • Upgrade and add on a 3-hour mini coach island tour

What You Can Expect

Day Trip to Martha's Vineyard

Day Trip to Martha's Vineyard

Begin with a good morning hotel pickup followed by a casual 1.5-hour drive by mini-coach from Boston to Falmouth, MA. Water and a morning snack  and light commentary will be provided on the trip.

Upon arrival in Falmouth, it’s off to the Island Queen Dock to board the ferry (ticket included) to Martha’s Vineyard. Enjoy a brief 35-minute mini-cruise across Vineyard Sound to the island destination, arriving on Martha's Vineyard around 9:30am. From there, each passenger will have six hours to explore Martha's Vineyard at their leisure.

For an introduction to the island, an optional 3-hour tour is available. Visit the Gay Head Light, an iconic island lighthouse in Aquinnah. Travel through the beautiful historic village of Edgartown and learn about the area’s history from a guide.  After the tour, you will have about 2.5 hours to continue to explore the island on our own.

Board the ferry for a 3:45pm departure and leisurely cruise back to Falmouth, where a return shuttle awaits to complete this great island experience. Water and a light snack will be provided on the trip back to Boston and your designated hotel.


Customer Reviews

Non T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Good tour


5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

Wonderful! Highly Recommend


5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

This was such a wonderful tour. Great to see Martha's Vineyard and lovely travel from Boston in a small coach. Would definitely recommend.

Cipring USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

it was a memorable experience

LETICIA C United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Great tour all the way!

Candyce G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

We had a great time at Martha’s Vineyard! The driver was right on time picking us up. We didn’t have to worry about driving in the city. Once we were on the island we opted to rent a car and sight see for ourselves.(It was cheaper to do in person than online.) It was a wonderful day!

Trudy B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Friendly driver and he was interesting!

Graham H. E

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Great Day trip from Boston. Plenty to see and do, and the Lobster at Nancy's was Fantastic. Go and have a look around Cottage park and talk to the Locals. Also include an Island Bus sight seeing tour.

Danny H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Guide was very knowledgeable. Excellently


5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

I had a wonderful time on this tour. Both our driver and tour guide were funny, interesting, and made sure we made the most of our day. Pickup is early, in the morning, and after experiencing it for myself, I can see why. The drive from Boston to the ferry is pretty long, and is quite scenic, Very enjoyable. I would definitely recommend the three hour tour, to get a better idea of what the island really is about. Martha's Vineyard is beautiful, and tour guide Anthony gave us a great showcase all the interesting sites. My favorite part was near Gayhead Lighthouse, where we went to the overlook and watched the waves and islands in the distance. You have plenty of time to walk around and tour the small towns yourself. Things here are not cheap, but that is expected on an island that depends so much on tourism. My only regret is that I didn't have enough cash to give Anthony a better tip.

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