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Moose and Lobster Safari, Maine

Monday, September 16, 2019

Price per person: $1435.00

Walking Guide 3

Walking Guide 3 requires moderate amount of walking possibly on uneven surfaces; longer and shorter days; possible air travel with long walks to terminal gates.

Learn about the life of a lobster fisherman, take a two-hour moose safari, visit the Portland Head Light, and sluice for your own special, rare mineral and enjoy a traditional Maine “suppah.”

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Moose and Lobster Safari, Maine

September 16-21, 2019 | 6 days

Pickup: Lancaster, Ephrata
Lv-7:00 am    Rt-9:00 pm

Price per person: $1,435 Double    $1,815 Single
$1,343 Triple    $1,343 Quad
Deposit – $150 per person at registration

5 breakfasts    1 lunch    5 dinners

There will be no seat rotation on this tour.

 

Leading this tour will be Bill Welte, President and Director of America’s Keswick,
Whiting, NJ.

Day 1 *Travel to New England *Dine at a fine local favorite restaurant *Overnight in Wells, ME (D)

Day 2 *Enjoy a lobster fishing excursion at Kennebunk, learning about the life of a lobster fisherman *Lunch and shop on own at The Old Port District of Portland *Have a guided tour of Portland with local guide *Visit the Portland Head Light, commissioned by George Washington Guided tour includes Victoria Mansion, the Longfellow House, the Portland Observatory, and the Eastern Promenade, where we will see breathtaking views of Casco Bay. *Dinner and overnight at The Jordan Grand Resort, Newry, Maine (1st of 2 nights) (B, D)

Day 3 *Tour Maine Balsam Fir Products *Lunch and shop on own in Bethel (optional short walking tour of Bethel Historical Society) *Enjoy sluicing for your own special, rare mineral at Bethel Outdoor Adventure *Dine at your hotel before departing for your moose adventure *Take a two-hour moose safari with a local moose naturalist, teaching us the facts and fiction of these great animals *Stop at “The Artist Bridge”—one of the most photographed covered bridges in Maine *Travel to Grafton Notch State Park, stopping at Screw Auger Falls, where moose feed and mate *Overnight at the Jordan Grand Resort (B, D)

Day 4 *Travel to Freeport, Maine, home of L. L. Bean’s Flagship Store, for lunch and shopping *Visit the Maine Maritime Museum in the historic ship building city of Bath, Maine, and experience Maine’s rich seafaring history *Learn about the Percy & Small Shipyard which built very large four, five and six mast wooden ships including the Wyoming, the world’s largest wooden ship *See the quaint fishing village of Boothbay Harbor *Overnight at the Cod Cove Inn, Edgecomb, ME (B, D)

Day 5 *Tour the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay Harbor, a 248-acre botanical gardens featuring miles of trails and acres of gardens and woodlands *Lunch and shop at downtown Boothbay Harbor *Relax aboard a narrated harbor cruise—bring your camera to capture views and scenery including playful seals *Enjoy a traditional Maine “suppah” *Overnight at Tugboat Inn in Boothbay Harbor (B, D)

Day 6 *Journey homeward, making appropriate rest and meal stops. (B, L)

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