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Tours in Maine starting from $2,603

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Maine Tours

The state motto of Maine is “Dirigo” which is Latin for “I direct.”

Maine is the largest producer of blueberries in the United States, having harvested a total of 564.4 million pounds in 2012.

Portland is the birthplace of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The poet’s most famous works include The Courtship of Miles Standish, Evangeline, and Hiawatha.

Geographically, Maine is bigger than the other five New England States combined.

Bath is regarded as the city of ships.

Why go on a Maine Tour?

Blessed with majestic coastlines and rugged natural beauty, Maine is an ideal destination for travellers wishing to relax and to spend some time by the waters. When you are on a Maine tour, make sure to try their world-renowned lobsters. Lobster is bountiful and travellers can have a taste of real fishing villages. With at least 60 lighthouses still standing, visit the coastlines at night and grow familiar with the state’s history. They are reminders of the times when these beacons and the lighthouse keepers saved the lives of sailors at night during storms. The next day, travel to Portland and fall in love with its various artistic escapes. The Portland Museum of Art, the crown jewel of this thriving art scene, features a slew of notable artists like Edward Hopper, Rockwell Kent and Winslow Homer. Meanwhile, a visit at Susan Maasch Fine Art will bring travellers to an impressive assortment of big names like Picasso, Robert Mapplethorpe and Ansel Adams.

Maine is also a place for individuals craving some outdoor adventure. Maine’s vast coastlines, lakes and hiking trails offer many opportunities for kayaking, hiking, camping, and boating. Moose are everywhere in Maine as well. Explore the northern part of the state and possibly see them live in action – perhaps you'll also come across bald eagles, black bears, lynx, and other wildlife.

When is the best time to go?

Maine’s dramatic coastline and pure natural beauty welcomes visitors all-year round. Generally, the summer temperature in Maine averages around 21C, while in winter it hovers around -6C. The peak season occurs around July and August, just in time for the annual Maine Lobster Festival in Rockport. To avoid the crowd, book your tour around the low season which is November to April.

To learn more about our Maine tour options, speak with a travel agent who’s been there before! You can also launch our Tour Finder, which will help you compare all Maine tours quickly and easily.