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Thank you for stopping by Our American Travels to see what to do Kennebunkport, Maine. 

Do you like to try food the locals eat?  If so, you will love the Foodie Tour Kennebunkport, Maine.  Sample lobster, clam chowder, ice cream, whoopie pies,  and so much more.

FIRST OF ALL:  I had so much to say and a lot of pictures to share this post is long.  Be sure to continue by hitting the arrows. 

SECOND OF ALL:  If you are planning a Maine Vacation, be sure you see all my favorite things to do in Maine?

What is my favorite thing to do on any vacation?

I love to take a walking Foodie Tour in every city we visit.  I was so excited to find out that both Portland and Kennebunkport, Maine had foodie tours.  I had to check both of the tours out on our trip to Maine.  After all, who does not love to sample food?  Before going to Maine, I booked these tours online at Maine Foodie Tours While in Maine,  I wanted to make sure we had a chance to sample food, learn some history, and find out where the locals eat.  We were able to do all of this while taking our Maine Foodie Tours.  I totally enjoyed our Portland Foodie Tour and our Kennebunkport Foodie Tour.  If you have not already seen my video and review about our Portland Foodie Tour, you can do so here.  This review is about our Foodie Tour in Kennebunkport, Maine.

What is a Foodie Tour?

A Foodie Tour is an excellent opportunity to learn about the local food in an area while sampling food at each place you visit. They are usually 2 to 2 1/2 hour walking food tours.  Foodie tours cover about 7 to 9 restaurants or food places.  The best part is that you get a small sample of food from each restaurant.  Do not worry about the walking part.  You are not walking 2 1/2 hours straight.  You are always stopping at restaurants and eating.  You may have to walk a mile or two depending on the city you are in.  Don’t let the distance scare you because even my special needs son Caleb did not have any trouble with it because of the many breaks you get.  You can find foodie tours in most large cities and popular tourist destinations.  Be sure to check out the food tours in some of my favorite places:  Portland, Maine, Kennebunkport, Maine,  Nashville, TennesseeNew Orleans, LA, and Seattle, Washington.  I did not know food tours existed until a couple of years ago, or I would have a huge list of places to recommend.  Since learning about food tours, the first thing I do before visiting an area is to see if a foodie tour is available.  It is an excellent way to combine our love for travel with our love of food.Why take a Foodie Tour Kennebunkport, Maine



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  1. Diane, Take me with you!!! I love your travel series, the videos, the pictures and your style of sharing the country with us. Thank you for letting us go on vaca with your family. Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

  2. I am with Carrie and please take me with you, Diane! Seriously looked like such a fun place to visit and not sure what I would choose first to try here either! 🙂

    • Janine,

      I cannot tell you how my family including all my teens love taking foodie tours. We learn so much history about the food and city we visit. Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me a comment.
      Many Blessings,

  3. This foodie tour looks great ! If I’m right, now it is very well prepared and restaurants participating in this operation.

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