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Dike Road Chappaquiddick Island, Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard, MA 02539
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Martha's Vineyard Day Trip from Boston with Optional Island Tour (Small Group)
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Martha's Vineyard Day Trip from Boston with Optional Island Tour (Small Group)

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When the sun's shining in Boston, nothing beats a jaunt to the ocean to feel the sand in your toes. Avoid the trouble of renting a car with this hassle-free full-day excursion, complete with travel from Boston to Martha's Vineyard. Just hop aboard your bus from the city to the shore, where you take a ferry from Cape Cod, and enjoy the day soaking up the sea breeze.
$105.00 per adult
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Linda P wrote a review Sep 2020
Ballston Spa, New York333 contributions90 helpful votes
Don't let the dirt road put you off, the garden is down there. Not huge but lots of turns and nooks to seem bigger, beautiful plants, ponds and places to sit a while. Fee covers beach further down road as well. We rode our bikes after crossing the ferry. Very doable, cars go slowly, dirt not too bad when they pass. Beach beautiful, good day trip, bring lunch.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Experience781255 wrote a review Sep 2020
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I should have read wdee515's review. Mytoi is a mosquito nightmare. Although well intentioned, Mytoi's pond is a mosquito breeding ground. The mosquitos around Mytoi have a radius that (when we visited in August) extends onto Dike Road. The pond needs to have mosquito predators, or it needs to get filled in with rocks. One nice thing is that admission to Mytoi also covers admission to the beach on the east of the Dike Bridge, which is a clean, endless, and peaceful retreat. On our way back from the beach, we had to jog past Mytoi to avoid getting swarmed by mosquitos.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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wdee515 wrote a review Aug 2020
Edgewater, New Jersey7 contributions3 helpful votes
If I could give negative review I would. Don’t come here! It’s underwhelming and basically a mosquito nest! Upon walking in to garden my group of 4 literally got 30 mosquito bites we had to find our way back out which is like a maze it’s like being tortured!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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CJones wrote a review Aug 2020
Boston, Massachusetts31 contributions1 helpful vote
We enjoyed visiting the Japanese gardens on our first trip to Chappaquiddick. Our kids loved seeing the turtles in the pond—our main downside was getting eaten by mosquitoes.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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egerena wrote a review Jul 2020
Boston, Massachusetts64 contributions11 helpful votes
We enjoyed our TOUR to the Japanese garden. The garden is easy to walk, very beautiful and there are a few benches a long the way. Our tour guide was friendly and knowledgeable. We were able to appreciate all the work that goes into maintaining the garden and learning about the trees. I was told that if you pay the entrance of this garden you could also be able to visit the beaches for free. Downside; There is a lot of mosquitos. Make sure to wear bug spray!!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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