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6 Hour Guided Acadia Tour

This tour is for those who want to immerse themselves in everything about Acadia National Park and the rich, diverse life of the island communities. All the stops of the shorter tours are included plus we also show you Acadia's famous rock seawall on the western side of the island.

Quick Details

Tour Length: 6 hours

Tour Start Times: 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 1 p.m.

Vehicle Options: 5 passenger minivan or 14 passenger van.

Tour Attractions & Sites: Bar Harbor, Cadillac Mountain, Sieur de Monts Springs, Precipice Cliffs, Sand Beach, Otter Cliffs, Seal Harbor, Northeast Harbor, Thuya and Asticou Gardens, Southwest Harbor, local Lobster Pound, natural rock seawall

From for groups up to 5

The ultimate tour of Mt. Desert Island

We will pick you up and we’ll drive along the 27-mile long Park Loop Road up to the summit of Cadillac Mountain, the highest peak on the eastern seaboard.

From Cadillac you can see spectacular views of Bar Harbor and the the surrounding islands.

Visit all of the famous sites, including Sand Beach, Thunder Hole, Otter Cliffs, Precipice Cliffs, Sieur de Monts Springs and gardens.

We can stop and stay as long as you would like at each location. As you wind through the park you will see hand-cut stone bridges, rocky coves and pink granite coastline, glacier cut lakes and dense forests.

We exit Acadia National Park to visit the communities of Seal and Northeast Harbor. You may stroll through the Asticou Garden and view the outsides of the mansions of the “Summer People”.

We will see the oldest community on the island, Somesville and have a chance to take a picture on the famous bridge.

We will then visit the Southwest Harbor side of the island and stop at the famous Beal’s Lobster Pound for lunch. (On your own)

Afterwards we will show you the western side of Acadia and its famous Seawall the stunning natural rock formation.  Option to walk around Ships Harbor Trail, Summit Loop, Ocean path and stroll through Asticou Gardens.

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