Thar She Blows: It’s Whale Watching Time on Cape Cod

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This weekend the Dolphin Fleet begins its annual whale watching adventure cruises out of Provincetown. Humpback, finbacks, and right whales can be seen frolicking in the waters of Cape Cod Bay near Stellwagen Bank having migrated from their winter homes elsewhere in the Atlantic. Noted recently on Shermans Travel website, the World Wildlife Fund named Cape Cod one of the top ten whale watching destinations in the world. Boasting a 99% whale spotting success rate, some whale watch cruise companies offer sailings guaranteed by rain check, including the Hyannis Watcher out of Barnstable Harbor, just 15 minutes from our Inn.


Whale watching is such a popular activity for our guests that we have put together a Whale of an Adventure package that includes two nights accommodation, two adult whale watch tickets, plus dinner for two one night at one of Cape Cod’s finest restaurants. Offered from mid-May through mid-October, it’s a wonderful way to add value to your visit to Cape Cod.