Enjoy a 3.5 hour adventure that takes your through breathtaking Acadia National Park, followed by a "Downeast" lobster lunch. Make your way along Loop Road, the 27-mile-long road that connects the park’s lakes, mountains, forests and rocky coast. Depending on weather and traffic conditions, a scenic photo stop will be made at one or two of the following scenic overlooks; Thunder Hole, Otter Cliffs, Schooner Head Jordon Pond, or Sieur de Monts Springs. One of the highlights of Acadia National Park is the diversity of its landscape. This park is home to glacial mountain ridges that look like ice cream cones from a distance. It also contains granite peaks reaching more than 1,000 feet into the air.
Next, bring your appetite to a delicious "downeast feast." With 3,478 miles of shoreline, Maine’s lobsters set the standard by which all the world’s lobsters are judged. (Did you know it's a felony to rob someone else’s lobster pots?) Your lobster brunch/lunch includes a buffet starring lobster and accompanied by mussels, corn on the cob, potato, coleslaw and bread and finished with a sweet blueberry dessert. Steak is available for non-lobster eaters.
• Half-day adventure: Feast your eyes on the breathtaking splendor of Acadia National Park; then feast at a "downeast" lobster brunch/lunch.
• Rich natural beauty and heritage: Acadia National Park is the oldest American national park east of the Mississippi River.
• Lobster fact: The annual Maine lobster yield is 40 million pounds, nearly 90 percent of the nation’s supply.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Sun protection
• Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Layered clothing
• Comfortable shoes
• All walking is at the guests’ discretion.
• Alcoholic beverages are extra.
• Guest must be of legal age to consume alcohol.
• Brunch/Lunch time may vary depending on departure time. Afternoon tours will have lunch prior to the sighsteeing portion of the tour.
• There is approximately 2 hours of touring by bus at Acadia National Park.