Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor are quintessentially Maine to their core! These coastal gems have some of the richest histories in the state and are blessed with an abundance of nature’s bounty. Of course, one particular crustacean reigns above all; lobster. There is a reason that no matter where you go or how you cook it, lobsters will always be associated with the state of Maine. About half of the catch of cold-water lobsters in North America is hauled here, as Maine’s rocky coastline provides an ideal habitat for lobster to flourish. Mainers have been trapping lobster since the 1700s, and the patience and fortitude it requires has become woven into the state’s fabric for as long as anyone can remember.Read More
Inquiring minds often ask which Sojourn bike tours are the most scenic. Well, the salesperson’s answer is “they’re all scenic” however, there are three that vie for top honors. Acadia National Park, the wine country and coast of California, and the Columbia Gorge region of Oregon all offer stunning scenery each and every day of the tour.
Our Maine bike tour in Acadia National Park is a nature lovers paradise. Located on primarily on Mount Desert Island in Maine, the Park features bike rides along miles of undeveloped coastline and vehicle-free carriage roads that wind through peaceful woodlands. Stones, polished smooth over millennia of being tumbled by surf, line the coast between Acadia’s signature pink granite cliffs. Working fishing villages and lighthouses are reminiscent of Maine’s maritime roots. Sunrise and sunset can be especially dramatic from your inn on the shores of Frenchman Bay.Read More