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Parque Nacional de Acádia e assado de lagosta (idioma francês)

Bar Harbor, Maine

Parque Nacional de Acádia e assado de lagosta (idioma francês)

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This tour combines the highlights of the Acadia National Park tour with a true 'Downeast' lobster bake. Your journey takes you along the 27-mile Park Loop Road offering spectacular coastal, mountain and forest scenery. You’ll first pass through the quaint town of Bar Harbor to view some of the charming Victorian mansions built by America’s rich and famous at the turn of the century. Entering Acadia National Park, your journey on Park Loop Road will take you along the ocean’s edge and the spectacular scenery of Maine’s rocky coastline.


Continuing past Thunder Hole, Otter Cliffs and the Jordon Pond House, you’ll make your way (weather permitting) to the 1,530-foot (466 meters) summit of Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on North America’s Eastern seaboard. With a 360-degree panoramic view, you’ll see how glaciers carved through the granite cliffs to form a beautiful landscape of lush forest, lakes and valleys. You’ll then be treated to a true 'Downeast' lobster bake in a beautiful setting along the coast. Pulled fresh from ocean water, enjoy typical Maine lobster drizzled with butter as well as all the trimmings.


Need to Know:

Note: This tour is conducted in French. Steak is available for non-lobster eaters. Walking is at your discretion. Most surfaces are paved but there are some uneven, slippery-when-wet areas and some steps. The stop at Cadillac Mountain will not be made in adverse or foggy weather conditions. A visit to the Acadia National Park Visitors Center or alternative location will be made instead. The order of the stops might be reversed to avoid congestion.

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