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Visitors must quarantine or provide a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arrival in Maine. Visitors from New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island are currently exempt. We encourage you to check websites for your destinations before visiting for the latest health and safety guidelines in place.

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Maine’s Watchable Wildlife

Discovering Maine’s rugged beauty and amazing wildlife has been a tradition for hundreds of years. Pristine streams flow from craggy mountains through magical pine forests, down to the bold and rocky coast. And everywhere are diverse wildlife popultations that can be seen in abundance, many found nowhere else on the East Coast. A visit to Maine—whether to the mountains, lakes, forests or thousands of miles of coastline—can only be complete by experiencing Maine’s natural treasures.

See a moose. Hear the loon’s melancholy cry. Watch seals playing in our harbors or photograph puffins on a rocky coastal island. Our lodging, guided excursions, state parks, and public lands are second to none and offer visitors an experience of natural, unspoiled wonder.

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Right now, residents of New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island can travel to Maine without providing a negative COVID-19 test result or quarantining.

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