Cape Cod Private Tours - See the Cape in a different way
Cape Cod is beautiful.

O.K., you knew that.

But you may not know how beautiful, or where all the beauty is, or how to get there.

That's where Cape Cod Private Tours comes in.

We offer in-depth private tours of Cape Cod, featuring the history, architecture, beaches, harbors, and views of this wondrous part of the world.

We specialize in the nooks and crannies you wouldn't likely know about unless you'd spent much of your life on the Cape.

Even more to the point, though, we tailor each tour to fit your needs and wants.  There's no set schedule or itinerary.  Tell us the kinds of things you'd like to see and the amount of time you have, and we'll craft a tour that fits.  If you like what you're seeing, linger.  If you're bored, we move on.  It's touring on your terms.

Many people come to Cape Cod and see only a sliver of it.  Chances are it's a pretty sliver.  And if the sliver fits ...

Well, there's nothing wrong with that.

But there's so much to see, and it's so varied.  The contours of the Cape Cod Canal.  The heights and harbors of Falmouth.  The ancient homes of Old Kings Highway.  The rolling beach grass and low water of Sandy Neck on Cape Cod Bay.  The village shops and fish pier at Chatham.  The lighthouses of Eastham.  The National Seashore at Wellfleet and Truro.  The dunes and dike at Provincetown.  The old bookstores and antique shops and art galleries that dot the landscape everywhere, but are never just like the last one.

Even people who come every summer miss many of these things, because they tend to stay in their own small area of the Cape.  That's true even of year-round residents.
We offer sights, sure.  History for those who are interested.  (To the level you want to hear, and just a little more than that.)  Old homes.  New homes.  Marshes and beaches.  But we also offer something you can't get from a guidebook or a prerecorded audiotape or a duck:  a cultural experience.

Cape Cod is big, and it's hard to see vast quantities of it at one time.  But we can show you much more than you're likely to see otherwise — and in a different way.