Acadia National Park 3-Day Guided Tour from New York

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1. Two nights stay in Boston with more time to visit. 2. Travel to Acadia National Park in Maine; experience the beauty of great nature. 3. Take the nature cruise to enjoy the view of Mt Desert Island. 4. Maine delicacy: a Lobster meal in Bar Harbor, Blueberry soda, Lobster ice cream, Blueberry Muffin, Maple syrup. 5. Most famous and legendary lighthouse—Portland Head Lighthouse. 6. York’s Wild Kingdom Zoo to see the rare white tiger.

Itinerary Details

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Day 1 New York →Vehicle→Boston

Stop At: New York City

Today we will start from New York and head north to Boston, the largest city in New England. Take the Boston Harbor View Boat to admire the seaside city from a water perspective, and walk into the New England Aquarium to feel the shock of the ocean again. Itinerary: Depart from New York → Boston Harbor Cruise (Optional, 120 mins including lunch time) → New England Aquarium (Optional, 60 mins) → Hotel

Duration: 3 hour

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Boston Harbor Cruise (Optional, 120 mins including lunch time) See the famous Boston skyline like never before with a cruise of Boston Harbor. From the peak of the Prudential tower to the quaint North End, this beautiful and historic city is best viewed from the bay!

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: New England Aquarium

Considered one of the most enrapturing aquariums in the country, the New England Aquarium houses all manner of aquatic life in its Giant Ocean Tank and also features a large IMAX theater.

Duration: 1 hour

Day 2 Acadia National Park

Stop At: Mount Desert Island

then we will drive up to the Acadia National Park; Maine's most northeastern region. And then around noon, we are down to the local oldest Baltic seaport: Bar Harbor. In the end, we will take the Nature Cruise, learning about the local wild marine animals. Itinerary: Mount Desert Island → Acadia Nature Cruise (optional, 90 mins) → Bar Harbor (90 mins) → Acadia National Park In-Depth Tour (Optional, 120 mins, including the top of Cadillac Mountain and Thunder Hole ) Pass by: Eagle Lake

Duration: 45 minutes

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Acadia Nature Cruise (optional, 90 mins) Optional: admission fee to this place will pay on the tour. Take a two hour, fully narrated cruise of Frenchman Bay and enjoy the breathtaking scenery of coastal Maine, Acadia National Park, the islands of Frenchman Bay and Bar Harbor. Acadian Nature Cruise tour starts from the granite cliffs of Great Head all the way towards the rocky shore. You will have a chance to see eagles, porpoises, seals, and other interesting marine mammals and birds.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Bar Harbor

Bar Harbor (90 mins) Bar Harbor, Maine, originally incorporated as Eden on February 23, 1796, has a world renowned ambiance that blends seashore community, Down East character, and the famous Maine Lobster. Bar Harbor is a popular tourist destination in the Down East region of Maine and, until a catastrophic fire in 1947, the town was a noted summer colony for the wealthy.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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Acadia National Park In-Depth Tour (Optional, 120 mins, including the top of Cadillac Mountain and Thunder Hole ) As one of Maine’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders, Thunder Hole is carved naturally out of the coastal rocks, battered by waves for centuries. The combination of the waves hitting the rocks and the release of air from the cavern cause a thunderous boom to happen. No trip to Acadia National Park is complete without visiting it. Thunder Hole is a quintessentially Maine landmark that offers more than just the trademark thunder; there are stunning views in every direction from the high rocks surrounding this historical inlet.

Duration: 2 hour

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Pass by: Eagle Lake

Day 3 Portland →Vehicle→ York →Vehicle→ New York

Stop At: Portland

Today we will first go to the Portland Lighthouse located in Williamsburg Park to experience the beautiful scenery of Portland Harbor. Then go to York Wild Kingdom Zoo, which has a variety of rare animals. After that we will return to New York. Itinerary: Hotel → Fort Williams Park & Portland Head Lighthouse (optional, 45 mins) → York’s Wild Kingdom (optional, 90 mins) → New York City Special note: 1. In case of dispute, York's Wild Kingdom reserves the right of final decision on the interpretation of Terms and Conditions to protect and exhibit wild animals.

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Fort Williams Park & Portland Head Lighthouse (optional, 45 mins) Optional: admission fee to this place will pay on the tour. For more than 200 years, the lighthouse known as the Portland Head Light has been a beacon for ships off the coast of New England. The lighthouse was first authorized built by the first president of the United States; George Washington in 1787, which faces to the Atlantic Ocean, visitors can shoot from all angles of the lighthouse. And the lighthouse still is in use in the present.

Duration: 45 minutes

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York’s Wild Kingdom (optional, 90 mins) Optional: admission fee to this place will pay on the tour. York's Wild Kingdom Zoo is the largest animal and amusement park in Maine. It shows the world's largest rodent capybara, African zebras and lions, kangaroos in Australia, peacocks from India. There are more than 20 kinds of apes animals. We are free to feed the deer and small goat; we can ride the camel too. It is ideal for children and parents to interact with animals and nature.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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