Maureen Tegart

Liberty, PA
Arizona Travel Agent Specialist

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Maine Travel Agent Specialist

Known as The Pine Street State and nicknamed “Vacationland.” Maine is a must do on your bucket list if you are looking for adventure and beautiful scenery. The coastline of 3478 miles and more than 4600 offshore islands, the gorgeous scenery and wildlife will leave you in awe with its natural beauty. Portland’s Casco Bay, an amazing labyrinth of small islands dot the Grand Bay and is the perfect setting for boating or catching a ferry to tour the protected harbor. Once at the harbor you can rent a bike and tour the island or continue to Eagle Island to see where Admiral Perry plotted his first expedition to the North Pole. Proceed to Harpswell, a dramatic peninsula called Lands End to experience boat filled harbors, and remote inns and take a moment to reflect and relax from your busy lives. Are you ready to eat? Head to Dolphin Restaurant or other quaint restaurants and the marina for a slice of heaven and enjoy lobster and other seafood finishing with delicious Maine blueberry muffins, pancakes, or blueberry pie. (The Maine state dessert)Continue your journey! Boothbay Harbor, a travel gem with its iconic lighthouses and meander down the streets and enjoy shops, restaurants, and glorious waterfront activities. Make sure you stay long enough to enjoy the breathtaking sunset. Camden, a Maine classic and quint essential harbor is loaded with yachts and surrounded by mountains that meet the sea. A visit to Maine is not complete without exploring Acadia, a dramatic island known as Mount Desert Island with Cadillac Mountain, is a photographer’s paradise. Surrounded by a stunning land mass, Acadia is known for its beaches and forget Acadia National Park, a hiker’s paradise. Tour by the Blowing Cave and Thunder Hole before heading to Cape Porpoise, a working harbor and view Goat Island Lighthouse from the fishermen’s pier. Then onward to Goose Rocks Beach, for a carnival atmosphere with Boardwalk style food, a 7-mile beach complete with a Ferris Wheel and Pier as the centerpiece. Your trip is not complete without going a short distance to Pine Point where you can indulge at the famous Lobster Shacks.      

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Destination Expert:

  • Kennebunkport
  • Ogunquit
  • Maine
  • Acadia National Park
  • Bar Harbor

Travel Specialist:

  • Family Vacations
  • Nature
  • National Parks
  • Culinary & Foodie
  • Fishing & Hunting
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