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    Old Port Culinary Walking Tour

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    A leisurely-paced walking tour that carves a path through the streets of the charming Old Port educating you on local food, drinks and history! Friendly and engaging tour guides take you to several Old Port and neighboring artisanal shops, restaurants and pubs where you’ll sample a delectable mix of classic Maine, Maine-inspired, up-and-coming, cultural, fancy foods and beverages, Meet and greet culinary artisans along the way, learn what inspires them and how they got their start with a lively narration from your guide! Along the way we’ll dish about the colorful, social and culinary history unique to the “Port City” we call home with lots of additional recommendations on how to dine and imbibe. Examples of servings your tour MAY include: - Fresh picked lobster rolls - From-scratch confections from a hip local bakery - Fresh fish tacos - Maine crabmeat maki rolls - Farmer’s market sourced soups or a Maine seafood “chowdah” - Iconic Maine craft beer - Dark chocolate truffles made with Aroostook County potatoes Variations occur but there is always a nice variety to be enjoyed, but really you should count yourself lucky every time!
    Old Port Culinary Walking Tour

    250 Commercial St, Portland

    • Walk along the cobblestone streets of Old Port, Maine while sampling some of the area's iconic dishes
    • Chow down on delicious Maine-inspired foods, such as fresh picked lobster rolls, fish tacos, and crabmeat maki rolls
    • Learn the fascinating local history of "Port City,"a gorgeous district in Maine's largest city
    • Have fun, make new friends, and fill your belly!
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    7 positive reviews
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    Vintage Fire Engine Tour

    This tour is so hot, it takes place aboard a fire engine. Cruise Maine's largest city aboard a vintage truck for 50 minutes of frivolous fun. Explore the greater peninsula, visiting architectural remnants of its yesteryears, including cobblestone streets, lighthouses and forts. While you ride seated upon a lofty perch, use the unique perspective to snap stunning photographs of the city around you. Listen to fun facts and anecdotes to put it all into perspective. This cleverly narrated experience is even aided by a state-of-the-art on-board multimedia system that includes a large, flatscreen LED TV. On second thought, maybe this tour is so hot because it takes place aboard a fire engine. It's a kind of a chicken and egg thing.
    Vintage Fire Engine Tour

    180 Commercial St, Portland

    • Treat yourself to an innovative Portland tour that takes place aboard a vintage fire engine
    • Visit historic sights and use your unique perspective to capture incredible shots
    • Learn about everything you see thanks to a narrated experience boosted an an on-board multimedia system
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    Inflatable Kayaks - Lower Kennebec River, The Forks to Caratunk

    Thinking you'd like to experience the joy and intimacy of a river rafting trip on your own, but not quite sure you're ready to take on the challenge of advanced white water rapids? This easy-going, unguided adventure is the perfect way to get your feet wet! You'll immerse yourself in the renowned beauty Maine as travel from The Forks to Caratunk over the course of 3 hours and 8 miles on the water. Better yet, you'll have the option to travel down Lower Kennebec in either an inflatable kayak, canoe, or raft! While this section of the river doesn't offer a serious challenge, you'll still tackle some fun, splashy Class I and II rapids that are ideal for novice rafters or families. So, ready to make some waves?
    Inflatable Kayaks - Lower Kennebec River, The Forks to Caratunk

    38 Troutdale Rd, West Forks

    • Treat yourself to an unguided river rafting adventure on the Lower Kennebec
    • Enjoy easy-going Class I/II rapids perfect for novice river goers or families
    • Choose from an inflatable kayak, canoe, or raft as your mode of transportation
    • Immerse yourself in the great outdoors during a splash-happy trip that will leave you smiling
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    Rangeley Moose Seaplane Experience

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    What's the biggest mammal you've seen today? Humans don't count. Be honest. An alley cat? Maybe a St. Bernard if you got lucky? Here's the point: you HAVE NOT seen a moose within the past twenty-four hours. In all likelihood, you've never seen a moose with your own eyes. No one's going to hold this against you, but wouldn't you at least like the opportunity to see one of these magnificent creatures? Hop aboard a seaplane in Rangely and fly deep into moose territory, where you'll walk amongst giants in the scenic Maine wilderness for the photo op of a lifetime. OR you can just keep ogling cats in your neighborhood. That's fine too. Good luck finding one that's seven feet tall and weighs 1,200 pounds.
    Rangeley Moose Seaplane Experience

    2640 Main St, Rangeley

    • Plunge into the Maine wilderness in search of moose
    • Discover the beauty of these woods from the ground and the air
    • Go on the adventure of a lifetime with an experienced tour guide
    • Enjoy some time in nature while having a blast
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    Rockland Lunchtime Culinary Tour

    Have yourself a delectable trip on this new culinary walking tour of beautiful downtown Rockland! You may already have heard about the culinary scene here, and it is well worth the praise. From farm to table freshness and seafood right off the shore, award winning chefs and creative brewers of all kinds, a chocolatier, a candy maker, and much more, this town has something for every taste bud to enjoy. This mid-coast culinary talent goes way back in time. Did you that a diner owner in Rockland lays claims to the creation of the first lobster roll? That a former resident of the town invented, not the donut, but the hole in the donut? And that the man known as the "father of coffee breaks" in the early 1800's hails from Rockland? He got his workers off the "grog" and onto the grounds. Learn a bit about the history and a whole lot about the current culinary scene on this tour on and off Main Street. We will entertain and educate you while you enjoy the local flavors and talents of the town. Tastings will fill you up for lunch with a wide variety of favorites in town, such as; *seafood chowders on the deck overlooking the ocean *delicious Maine peekytoe crabcakes *great craft brewed beers with house french fries *creative dishes featuring Headcare Farm in Owls Head *freshly baked croissants *fresh local fruit smoothies *creative chocolates like you've never had before and more! Join us when you can this Summer for a fun-filled, educational, and tasty walk through downtown Rockland!
    Rockland Lunchtime Culinary Tour

    1 Park Dr, Rockland

    • Walk along the Main Street in Rockland while sampling some of the area's most delectable dishes
    • Chow down on delicious Maine-inspired foods, such as Maine peekytoe crab cakes, seafood chowder, and chocolates like you've never had before
    • Learn the fascinating culinary history of the area, including the origin of lobster rolls, coffee breaks, and donut holes
    • Have fun, explore the area, and fill your belly!
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    Dead River High Water Release

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    Need a little excitement in your life? Learn a magic trick to make boredom disappear! Strap in for this non-stop adventure. You'll hop on your raft and hit rapids all the way down this fifteen-mile stretch of water. Test your skills on rapids like Spencer Rips, Hayden's Landing, Elephant Rock, the Mine Field and the infamous Poplar Falls, the longest continuous rapid in Maine! Alakazam! That was exciting.
    Dead River High Water Release

    38 Dead River Rd, West Forks

    • Cascade down 15 miles of almost continuous class II-V whitewater
    • Take in the gorgeous Maine backcountry while experiencing thrilling rapids
    • Sign up for this intermediate trip quickly because spots fill up fast
    • Brace yourself for this adrenaline-filled adventure
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