Maine is the largest of the New England states with countless off shore islands, and vast inland forests and mountains. With 2500 lakes and over 5,000 streams and rivers, a sense of timelessness pervades Maine and is great for those seeking an escape from the stresses of modern life.
By booking a Maine holidays package with Complete North America you benefit from reduced rates on flights, accommodation and car rental along with complete financial protection. Package holidays are sold by Complete North America Limited as a member of the Hays Travel Independence Group with ATOL and ABTA bonded protection
We’re able to offer a flexible approach on all of our Maine holidays when selecting your accommodation, flights and destination. If you would like something specific, or maybe a touch of luxury, please speak to a member of our team who will happily offer advice and suggestions.
With Complete North America you will receive an incredibly detailed personalised road book, hotel vouchers, car hire vouchers, electric flight itinerary, luggage labels, transfer / excursion vouchers and a handy black wallet to keep all your information in one place.
Our team of experienced travel specialists have been all over the North American region, and thanks to their knowledge and expertise, will be able to help tailor your perfect holiday whilst giving you the inside track on your North American adventure.
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Take inspiration from our Maine holidays below or speak to us today so we can tailor something to your specific needs and plans. We can be as flexible as you want to be, and nothing at all is set in stone. Call us now on 0115 9610590 or enquire here
Maine is the largest of the New England states and with its rock bound coast, 1,253 off shore islands, vast inland forests and mountains it is popularly known as the “Vacation State”.
Boston | Kennebunkport | Lincolnville | Bar Harbor | Moosehead Lake | Prout’s Neck & Crescent Beach | Boston
Discover Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts and New Hampshire on this picturesque tour. Make sure you have your camera ready!
Boston | Williamstown | Burlington | Stowe | Woodstock | North Conway | Kancamagus | Acadia National Park | Maine | Portsmouth
INNS OF NEW ENGLAND
For this tour we utilise smaller very personal New England Inn’s for which this region is famous for, they are not the kind of properties you will find anywhere else in North America and do indeed capture the essence of the New England experience. For us they are just as important as the route itself.
Boston | Kennebunkport | Jackson | Stowe | Manchester | Newport | Yarmouth Port
NEW ENGLAND’S SPECTACULAR FALL FOLIAGE
A private car to take you to the airport, scheduled flights, transfers on arrival, a tour conducted by experienced professionals, premium hotels, quality dining throughout and the option to extend your holiday with our flexible American holiday planning service.
Boston | Williamstown | Stowe | Portsmouth
NEW YORK & NEW ENGLAND
The best of New York City and the best of New England combined! From the Big Apple you’ll head to Boston before driving a classic New England route with time along the beautiful coastlines of Maine, Rhode Island and Cape Cod, before the stunning mountain scenery of New Hampshire and Vermont.
New York | Boston | Kennebunkport | Bar Harbor | Jackson | Stowe | Manchester | Newport | Yarmouth Port
VALUE: NEW ENGLAND
If you want to visit the best of the New England on a budget this is the fly drive package for you. Our 14 night itinerary packs all of the highlights of a New England holiday in using economy priced hotels and motor lodges throughout.
Boston | Portland | Bar Harbor | Lincoln | Stowe | Sturbridge | Newport | Hyannis
Time Zone: GMT – 5
Flight time from UK: 7 hours 30 minutes (to Boston – no direct flight to Maine exists from the UK)
Maine’s nickname is the Pine Tree State because of the pine forests that cover 17 million acres of the state.
Maine’s climate is similar to the UK, however the summers tend to be a little warmer and you should also allow for rapidly changing conditions in the mountain regions. In summer temperatures are expected to be consistently mid 20C’s while winters are often below 0.
Best time to visit
The winter and spring months in New England are particularly beautiful. Cold crisp days with a glistening white blanket of snow are common place. And of course the fall season is magnificent as the leaves start to change from mid-September through to mid-October where New England experiences autumn like no other places across the US.