Maine Day Trip Tours

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Private Sightseeing Tours

Enjoy a relaxed and informative sightseeing guided tour at your pace and with special requests accommodated. Personalized tours are available for individuals, couples and all size groups with year-round availability. Experience the scenic beauty of natural Maine and enjoy your vacation as a special visitor!

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Portland Head Light

WHAT WE DO

We pick you up at your hotel, your cruise ship pier or other Portland, Kennebunkport, or Freeport area locations and help you discover the historic and natural beauty of Maine.  A lunch stop at a scenic lobster shack or local chef-owned restaurant makes your day extra special.  

Want to shop as well?  Check out the unique shopping areas of Freeport, Kennebunkport or Ogunquit.  Start planning your memorable New England vacation in Maine now.

Do you want to experience more lighthouses and lobster?  We are experts at making it happen!

Scenic Drives in Maine

Natural Maine

you can enjoy ocean breezes

you can see unique locations

you can explore the forest floor

Kennebunkport

Shop & Explore

you can shop in leisure

you can stroll along the shore

you can walk on cobblestones

Back Roads of Maine

Interesting Trails

you can visit art museums

you can walk covered bridges

you can see botanical gardens

Portland Head Light

Portland Head Light is Maine's oldest lighthouse. It was commissioned by President George Washington and first lit in 1791. It is the third oldest lighthouse in the U.S. 

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Winslow Homer Studio

The Winslow Homer Studio is the historic summer home of the American artist Winslow Homer.  He painted many of his most famous seascapes here at Prouts Neck.  

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Pemaquid Point Lighthouse

Pemaquid Point Lighthouse rises above spectacular rock formations since 1835. Its fourth order Fresnel lens still shines today and can be seen 14 nautical miles out to sea.

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