Would you like a unique touring experience that encompasses all elements of the historical, cultural, spiritual and scenic tours? You can choose any specially tailored tour to meet your individual requirements.
Perhaps you could start with the historical and cultural highlights of London, followed by a move out of the city to see the natural beauty of the countryside and coastlines of England and Wales. On the way, you can visit the ancient spiritual site of Stonehenge and then move onto the ruins of King Arthur’s castle in beautiful North Cornwall. A visit to the Eden Project, manmade tropical gardens under ‘space age-like’ domes, followed by a visit to a beautiful garden, hidden by ivy for hundreds of years, will provide a stark contrast of old and new.
Perhaps you would prefer something a bit more quirky. Perhaps you would like to attend an Elizabethan banquet near London, or go punting on the river in the grounds of Oxford University. Perhaps you could go towards Devon and stay the weekend in an authentic Castle for two – even get dressed up in 1930s Flapper gear for a night at an Art Deco hotel on a small island. Or perhaps a night in an authentic old lighthouse in Wales would provide the perfect stopover for a trip to Snowdonia or a relaxing time in beautiful Pembrokeshire.
If your wish is to venture further still and see Scotland, this can be combined with stopovers in The Cotswolds and the Lake District. Once in Scotland, why not follow the whiskey trail, and try a little of the local delicacies such as ‘Haggis and Neeps’ on the way? Experience the Edinburgh Fringe, a mix of new theatre, comedy and music, and the Edinburgh Military Tattoo, a fabulous display over 50 years of music and spectacle set against the world famous backdrop of Edinburgh Castle! Perhaps a trip to the wonderful Highlands stopping at Loch Ness, with its reputed monster ‘Nessie’ would be for you. You may fall so much in love with Scotland that you will come back with a specially fitted kilt made with the tartan of your ancestors, complete with sporran. Who knows?
You don’t have to stop your tour at the UK mainland, since trips to The Channel Islands, Ireland, France and other parts of Europe are possible by ferry or by the Channel Tunnel. Whatever sort of tour experience you want, and with whatever combinations of activities, the possibilities are endless!