Pemaquid Point Lighthouse


Day Trip Experiences

Make your Maine visit a relaxing and memorable experience with your personal tour guide to lead the way for individuals, couples or any size group.  Create your own or let us create your customized tour or destination locations.

Enthrall your guests at destination weddings and business meetings with a special outing.

E-mail or call 207.838.5275 today for more information and details.

Personalized Day Trip Tours

Portland Head Light

Portland Head Light

Start with a narrated tour of Portland's historic landmarks and local lighthouses. Portland dates back to 1632. Learn about the Portland Observatory, the only maritime observatory left standing on the east coast and other interesting landmarks. Visit Portland Head Light, Maine's oldest lighthouse and the most photographed lighthouse in America. Combine Portland and Kennebunkport for an extraordinary day.

Nubble Lighthouse

Cape Neddick Lighthouse

Cape Neddick Lighthouse (aka Nubble Light) offers spectacular views of Maine's rocky coast and the Atlantic Ocean. This lighthouse was put into service in 1879 and continues today. It is is one of the last lights in Maine to still have its Fresnel lens. The Voyager I spacecraft, which carries photographs of Earth’s most prominent man-made structures and natural features, should it fall into the hands of intelligent extraterrestrials, includes a photo of Nubble Light with images of the Great Wall of China and the Taj Mahal.

Lobster Roll

Lobster Roll Trail

Experience a great day of sightseeing while on your way to enjoy a scrumptious lobster roll at every stop.

Select a 3 lobster roll (6 hours) or 5 lobster roll day (8 hours) on the South Coast or Mid-Coast leaving from Portland. Take two days and do both directions!

Some of our favorite lobster roll South Coast stops include Cape Neddick, Perkins Cove, Kennebunkport and Cape Elizabeth. Favorite Mid-Coast stops include Wiscassett, Boothbay Harbor, and Georgetown.