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Kennebunkport & Portland Part of Maine Tour
Experience a fully guided coast of Maine tour when you book a New England vacation with Caravan Tours and visit both Kennebunkport, Ogunquit, and Portland ME.
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Old Port Portland Maine
The “Old Port” or Portland’s Waterfront, is known for its 19th-century cobblestone streets, red brick buildings, and numerous fishing piers. As tourists wander the area they will discover countless boutiques, galleries, and exceptional Portland Maine seafood restaurants.
With a population of over 656,000, Portland ME is still a “working waterfront,” which means that there is still an active marine economy with many wharves and piers, including:
Prior to our Maine tour, check out Portland Maine’s Downtown on Instagram! @portlanddowntown
Town of Kennebunkport Maine
Situated in York County and with a population of just over 3,600 people, to call Kennebunkport a quaint coastal town is a near-perfect description. Dock Square is a popular attraction in this small seaside tourist town, offering visitors plenty of souvenir shops and art galleries to browse.
The Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library and the boats parked along the Kennebunk River are also famous attractions in this little town on Maine’s Atlantic coast.
Guests of our Caravan Maine tour are treated to a one-night stay at either Anchorage by the Sea or the Nonantum Resort.
Nonantum is a spacious four-story boutique New England-style hotel that includes grounds overlooking the Kennebunk River. Since 1884, this resort hotel has entertained and hosted guests from all over the world and provides the perfect way to enjoy the Atlantic Coast. Downtown Kennebunkport is just a short walk away.
Lobster in Maine
If there is one thing the Atlantic coastal state of Maine is known for is its lobster and the best lobster in Maine can be found at any Maine seafood restaurant! Maine lobster season is literally year-round.
The state’s slogan is “Dirigo,” which is Latin for “I Lead.” Chefs and food connoisseurs from around the world recognize Maine as having some of the world’s sweetest and most flavorful lobster!
Nearly every restaurant you visit will offer some form of fresh lobster on their menu – whether it’s lobster bisque, lobster rolls, or any other plethora of gourmet lobster dishes. Lobster is a crucial part of the economy for Maine as many coastal communities in the area rely on the lobster harvest to make a living.
All our Maine tour guests spend their last evening in Kennebunkport, Maine, enjoying a delicious lobster dinner before heading off to Boston MA for the last day of the tour.
About Caravan Tours
Each year Caravan Tours offers fully guided New England Vacations with departure dates between mid-May and mid-October. For those hoping to see the East Coast’s fall foliage colors in all their splendor, we recommend choosing a tour in September or October.
Guests of Caravan’s guided vacation packages in New England enjoy all itinerary meals, accommodations, ground transportation, airport transfers, and all itinerary excursions.
For over 70 years (since 1952) our second-generation, family-owned and operated tour company has offered fully guided tours that exceed expectations throughout the United States, Canada and Central America including Panama, Costa Rica, and Guatemala.
To learn more about our Maine tour or the New England fall foliage tour itinerary, or to inquire about lodging and available departure dates, please contact Caravan Tours:
Why Travel with Caravan?
Why Travel with Caravan?
Excellence Since 1952
You can trust our years of experience with tours of superb quality and excellent value. Caravan has enjoyed the same family management and ownership since 1952.
Caravan's Proud History
In 1965, Roger Mudd hosted a two-hour CBS TV special on Caravan Tours. This TV production took about one month to make and was so successful it inspired the 1968 romantic comedy movie “If it’s Tuesday this must be Belgium.” In the early 50’s the Mayor of Dublin presented Caravan with the Key to Dublin for bringing the first American tour to the city after WWII. Since then, Caravan has been recognized as a pioneer in travel. You can trust in our stability, experience and dedication to quality.
Stay at park lodges, scenic resorts, and excellent hotels in great locations. See hotel descriptions on each tour page.
Most meals included within Latin America. For USA and Canada tours, included meals are listed on each itinerary page. Bottled water is provided on motorcoaches in Latin America.
Enjoy complete sightseeing with more visits, extra features, and local guides.
Fully Guided by Tour Directors
All tours conducted from start to finish by professional tour directors, who are fluent in English, experienced, and fun.
Caravan includes all activities listed in the tour itinerary page. Caravan does not sell any optional activities which can add hundreds of dollars to your tour price. Your free time is scheduled in great settings where there is no need to buy additional expensive activities.
Caravan will not bring you to overpriced shops in exchange for payments. Caravan gives you ample opportunity and time for great shopping, and the freedom to choose where and when to shop.
Great Value, Book Early
Caravan’s strong buying power gives you great vacations at prices much lower than you can find anywhere. In a typical year, most of our tours sell out quickly. Book early for the date you prefer and the best air fare.
How does Caravan Tours sell these tours for such a low cost?
Caravan delivers volume to our suppliers, who in turn reward us with their very best prices. We in turn pass these savings on to you, and you reward us by buying our tours. As volume continues to rise, we then receive even better prices from our suppliers, and we pass even greater savings on to you. This year our tours are better than ever.
Trade Association Memberships
Caravan is a member of ASTA (American Society of Travel Advisors), NTA (National Tour Association), ABA (American Bus Association), CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association), and ACMA (American Catalog Association).