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Trustees of Reservations Natural History Tours

Martha's Vineyard, MA
+1 508-627-3599
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Greatly exceeded expectations

We were on Martha's Vineyard for a week and were looking for less touristy things to do. We know... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Bruce L
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Chappaquiddick Trustees Tour

Great tour by the Trustees. Very knowledgable guides and answered any questions given. Saw a lot of... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2017
David K
Clayton, Ohio
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were on Martha's Vineyard for a week and were looking for less touristy things to do. We know that the Trustees of the Reservation is a great group; preserving land all over Massachusetts, so we figured the $30 price tag to see the lighthouse...More

Thank Bruce L
Reviewed 24 July 2017

Great tour by the Trustees. Very knowledgable guides and answered any questions given. Saw a lot of the wildlife of the area.

Thank David K
Reviewed 19 August 2015

We took a 90 minute tour, but the tour guide, Dick, had so much to show and tell about that it was actually 2 hours. He was absolutely fascinating. We appreciated that it was not a hike. We got out of the truck to look...More

1  Thank Fairport_reviewer
Reviewed 6 August 2014

We took two tours on this trip to the Vineyard. One was a kayak tour, with our guide Matt. He was very informational and we had a great time. The tour takes you out to the salt marsh and then to a beach for a...More

1  Thank luv2travelfromAR
Reviewed 15 July 2014

Chappaquiddick and the Cape Poge Lighthouse didn't hold much interest for my family members, but I had read about this tour from other posters, so I booked it anyway. And am I ever glad that I did! From the beginning, with our guide, Mary, the...More

6  Thank wendy L
Reviewed 24 September 2013

We recently visited Martha’s Vineyard. My goal for the week was to visit all five lighthouses on the island. On our second day there I found that the Cape Poge Lighthouse on Chappaquiddick was nearly inaccessible. I called one tour company who didn’t run a...More

4  Thank ChestnutPA
Reviewed 19 June 2013

Our guide, Jack, was so knowledgeable and had great passion for Chappaquiddick, Martha's Vineyard, and the lighthouse. He made sure to get to know each person in our group and make sure to point out specific things or mention facts that he/she would be interested...More

1  Thank lilotchka
Reviewed 10 July 2012

We biked over to Chappy with the intent to see the Japanese gardens and hit the beach. While there we met one of the trustees and decided to take the tour. THis was THE highlight of our entire trip to the vineyard. The trustee was...More

3  Thank dermgoddess
Reviewed 24 February 2012

In 2010 we went to Chappy on the lighthouse tour and had such a nice time. We had seen all 4 island lighthouses and wanted to see the 5th one. They took such good care of us. Then last year on our last day we...More

1  Thank mommisalami
Reviewed 3 September 2011

Easily the highlight of our trip was the children eating sea pickles and shelling in this beautiful locale.

1  Thank David J
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