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With hundreds of views and things waiting for you in Maine, deciding on what to do first during your getaway can be a real headache.So, because of the endless options, we’ve rounded up the best activities to do in Maine.
Hit the Beach
Maine has one of the most amazing beaches in the world, and no tour is complete without visiting one of its beautiful beaches. Sandy beaches on the Southern Coast of Main are great for the whole family, and if you want a more scenic beach, you can always head farther up the coast in Stat Parks.
Visit Acadia National Park
Acadia National Park is a wonderful park that offers a lot of activities to do. When you are at Acadia National Park, then it is a must that you also visit Sand Beach, walk around or go biking around the park trails and driving to Cadillac Mountain for an amazing sunrise or sunset view.
Explore Maine Lighthouses
Sometimes known as “The Lighthouse State”, Maine has 65 still standing historic lighthouses. Maine formerly served as a beacon of safety and light for many sailors, nowadays the lighthouses are part of the rich history of Maine and are prominent tourist spots.
Hit the Slopes
Because of its northern setting, Maine is a perfect place for skiing during wintertime. You can also find a few top-class ski destinations in Maine like the Sunday River, Saddleback and Sugarloaf. A lot of ski resorts in Maine offer full-service amenities aside from great trails, from ski schools and lodging, to dining, après ski and shopping – which is sufficient to entertain you both on and off the mountain.
The northern locations of Maine are perfect for winter sports, sometimes known as the place with the most natural snow in the New England area. Maine is home to many snowmobile trails in the Northeast region.
Experience White Water Rafting
Another activity that has been rising to popularity in Maine is whitewater rafting, with a lot of whitewater outfitters providing trips on the Penobscot, Kennebecand Dead Rivers. In the Northeast, Maine is the only state that can assure the level of water even through the dry summer because of daily hydropower dam releases.
Eat a Maine Lobster
When you talk about Maine, the picture of fresh lobster will come into your mind. Lobsters in Maine come in fresh, from the traps going to the lobster pots and into your plate. Though lobster is a staple food in many Maine restaurant menus, if you’re a fits timer it is best to try a lobster bake or an authentic lobster pound.
Climb Mt. Katahdin
Mt. Katahdin can be found in the Baxter State Park in the Highlands of Maine, it is considered as the highest mountain in Maine at 5,268 feet.The word Katahdin in the Penobscot Indians means “the Greatest Mountain”. Mt. Katahdin is famous among campers, backpackers and hikers.
Go on a Moose Safari
A lot of tourists visit Maine expecting to see a moose, which is Maine’s official state animal. While Maine has the healthiest moose inhabitants, with over 29,000, they are quite hard to spot as many think. Moose safaris, which are headed by expert guides, can take you to the proper spot at the right time.
Camping is another great way to discover Maine’s natural beauty. Whether you are intending on going into the woods or experience amazing ocean views, the campgrounds at Maine has all your camping needs. Maine has more than 542,000 acres of national and state parks and about 5,000 miles of coastline – perfect for camping.
With Maine’s abundant activities for all tourists, it is just seamless for your next vacation.Want to book a trip to Maine but anxious about your immense luggage? Why not opt for a private jet rental at Charter Flight Group instead? Unlike a commercial flight, there are no baggage limits when renting a private jet. You can bring whatever luggage you want. But always discuss with your operator first, especially if you’ll bring extra bags or heavy equipment. Contact usfor more details!