Intimate Acadia National Park
This small-group excursion, open to only 14 guests, affords engaging interaction with an experienced guide as you gaze upon the wondrous landscapes of Acadia National Park.Price TBD
Duration2 ½ hours
Stepping aboard your executive coach, enjoy your journey along the coast before reaching Thunder Hole, an amazing natural phenomenon where, under the right tidal conditions, ocean swells converge with a thunderous roar against the granite cliffs.
Pause high above the 107-foot-high Otter Cliffs to marvel at this magnificent sight and then resume your Acadia National Park travels, winding through lush pine and deciduous forests and passing scenic glacial lakes en route to the summit road of Cadillac Mountain, the Atlantic coast’s highest peak. From the summit, you will admire breathtaking, 360-degree views of Frenchman Bay (where your ship is anchored) and the Cranberry islands. Meanwhile, your knowledgeable guide will encourage questions and provide personal insights into Acadia, adding a valuable perspective on one of the world’s greatest natural attractions.
All too soon, it will be time to return to your Crystal ship.
This excursion involves approximately 100 yards of walking; however, guests may limit their walking by choosing to remain on the motor coach. It is recommended that guests dress in warm, layered clothing and wear flat, comfortable shoes. Guests should also bring raingear in case of inclement weather. Should Cadillac Mountain be fogged in or closed due to weather, an alternate stop to Jordan Pond or Somes Sound will be substituted. This excursion will operate in all weather conditions. The order of sights visited may vary.
Availability: Extremely Limited