Each tour is approximately 3 hours long and we can accommodate up to 6 people.

Gotta Love Maine Tours are private and focused on you. Bring your family, friends or whoever you love to go exploring with (up to 6 total).

We’ll pick you up at any location between Portland and Kennebunk.  You will be prompted to let us know your pickup location at checkout.  We can also pick you up at the Saco Park and Ride at Maine Turnpike Exit 36.  CLICK FOR MAP

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Picture perfect

This tour offers access to some of the most picturesque sites in New England. Not only will you be able to photograph the iconic lighthouses, but we will also take you to places that many people, even locals, have never been, giving you unique views and including local flair, beautiful rugged shores and miles of beach vistas.

The tour will inspire photographers of all levels and will spark your creativity rewarding you with unique captures and breathtaking shots.

Good Vibrations Beach Tour

The beaches in southern Maine are some of the most beautiful in New England – who knew? Old Orchard Beach alone sports 7 miles of beautiful beach. Tourists have been drawn to the beaches in southern Maine since 1837. With the tide on your side, you will have a mile sandbar into the ocean for exploring. The good vibration beach tour includes several local beaches from Portland to KennebunkPort.

When the surf’s up, thrill seekers will be out hanging ten. There are several stops to witness surfers and kitesurfers.  At low tide the historic remains of a 1897 shipwreck can be seen and with any luck you can find a piece of coal left over from its cargo. You will witness several unique sections of various coastal areas with excellent views.


A hike along Maine’s Southern shoreline is filled with breathtaking scenery as you connect with nature. You will have your choice of a barefoot hike, at low tide on the sand, or a hike out on an ocean peninsula with a 95% ocean view. There are numerous locations you may take a short hike to capture some great pictures and soak in the Maine’s coastal beauty.

If the city life is more to your liking, you may enjoy a walk around the twin cities of Saco and Biddeford. Built on the river, these mill towns include a 3.2 million square foot mill complex, offering a rich river historic view of manufacturing that was booming close to 200 years ago.

There are several key stopping points of interest along the tour including a hike in the woods at a State Park which abuts the Ocean. You may also walk along several working piers and witness the true Maine working waterfront. Visit the Ole Port and Portland Maine with rich diverse history.

wicked Good Lobstah

Travel to small fishing villages and local fishing piers to witness the fisherman & lobsterman unload their daily hauls, up close and in person. You may also catch clam diggers at low tide working for your dinner. You will travel to the water’s end to witness first-hand the working intricacy of the lobster hauling and fisheries. There are over numerous piers along your route that you may visit or just take pictures.

You will learn the best places for Maine Lobster coupled with some of the best local restaurants along your route and close to where you are staying. If you want to stop and buy seafood, we’ll show you the best markets with the freshest catches! 

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