Aquinnah Cliffs, Martha’s Vineyard is located in Massachusetts.
Actually, Aquinnah is a small town which is located in the Martha’s Vineyard island. Until 1997, it was known as Gay Head. It is very famous for its beautiful clay cliffs and quiet natural serenity.
According to 2010 U.S. census, the population was 311.
Festivals and Celebrations
Aquinnah is celebrated as a center of Wampanoag culture. It is a center of pride and tradition among members of the federally recognized Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head. They are about one-third of the town’s voters and are one of two federally recognized tribes of Wampanoag people in Massachusetts.
This area was very famous for whaling. The Wampanoag people loved fishing, harvesting and hunting whales in earliest days.
Aquinnah Cliffs, Martha’s Vineyard is a very beautiful place. It is must visit place on the weekend of the Native American festival. The cliffs here on Aquinnah Cliffs, Martha’s Vineyard are stunning and the turquoise water breathtaking.
This natural beauty consists of a lot of the cliffs and the white sandy beaches. The view from the lighthouse it absolutely worth watching.
You can take a bus to Aquinnah or rent a jeep to go there.
Before the arrival of English colonists, Martha’s Vineyard and Aquinnah were the place of Wampanoag, a Native American people, related to the larger Algonquin Nation of Southern New England. They spoke an Algonquian language, part of a large language family that extended down the Atlantic Coast.