Welcome to Downeaster Travel Packages
Downeaster Packages provides the most comprehensive collection of travel experiences to Maine, Boston Nova Scotia and beyond. Our travel program is truly CAR-FREE but we will customize your package if needed based on many factors including timing and budget. Car-Free means you leave the car behind and let both Amtrak and locals do the driving. Our program is available to both individuals and groups.
Boston is a fantastic mix of hip and historic New England flare. You can easily learn about
Exeter New Hampshire is a quaint New England town that is rich in history and offers the perfect mix of shopping
Wells is widely known as having one of the finest beaches in all of Maine.
OLD ORCHARD BEACH, ME
Old Orchard Beach is seven-miles of sand and surf located between Wells and Portland. The Old Orchard
Daytrips are ideal for those tight on time and even tight on budget. Daytrips are perfect for seeing a Broadway show, enjoying the beach for the day or doing a craft beer tour where nobody has to drive home.
These two – four day, single destination packages combine your travel needs into a simple vacation package.
Multi-Stop Discoveries are our signature collection of experiences that typically run from five-ten days in length exploring multiple destinations with enough time to experience more activities and feel more like a local.
Boston Science and Aquarium Overnight Combo
Visit two of Boston’s most popular attractions plus an overnight stay!
City Lights & Maine Coast Sites
Explore the beautiful Maine coast with this 9 day New England car-free travel package!
Nova Scotia Wonders (formerly Experience Halifax)
A seven night travel package to Nova Scotia utilizing the CAT Ferry from Bar Harbor, Maine
UPDATE: How to travel to Nova Scotia by Ferry
Nova Scotia is a beautiful and friendly province steeped with culture and history along with incredible natural landscapes. There are…
Three Great Ideas for Boston’s Holiday Season 2022
2022 is a GREAT year to travel travel to Boston during the Holiday Season.
UPDATE: Traveling the Northeast during Covid-19 in 2021
This is a follow up blog article from July 2020, with new thoughts and facts.