There are many things to do in Britain. You can visit the local pubs, head to the shops and visit the capital, London where you might even meet Britain's President, Stephen Fry! You can do all of that for sure, but why not add in some great hiking adventures to the mix, a couple of days here and there visiting some of the most magnificent scenery on the planet...in our opinion!
Accommodation & Transport
There are so many options for accommodation depending on your budget and expectations. We pick the best we can find in any location which may include hotels, Bed & Breakfast, Farm Stays and even Castles.
Getting around by car, rail or air is possible and budget dependant.
A journey around Britain
London, Stratford Upon avon
What can be said about London that hasn't already been said. Pound the pavements and Mind the Gap. So many options, so many palaces, museums. We can gladly help with some London walking tours. Stratford Upon Avon is the birth place of Sir William Shakespere no less. A worthy stop on your tour of Britain.
Snowdonia (Wales), Manchester, Chester & Liverpool (North west England)
Home to some of the best views in Britain, Snowdonia sits in the centre of North Wales and is a favourite destination for many adventurer. Such is the scale of this National Park is such that Sir Edmund Hilary saw fit to adopt the mountain of Snowdon as a training location for his eventual summit of Everest. Both the culture and terrain of the North West of England is radically different to the South, cosmopolitan cities such as Liverpool and Manchester are close to historical jewels such as Chester and its surrounds.
The Lake District (England), Edinburgh and the Scottish Highlands
You could spend weeks meandering around the loch's and mountains of Scotland, but we have tried to distill this like a fine single malt into just five days. In our opinion, every trip to Scotland needs to embrace equal parts of history, nature and culture. Our trip see's you venturing from the magical city of Edinburgh into the Scottish Highlands before taking in the wild West Coast. You can expect breathtaking, almost mythical scenery fine hiking opportunities and options to visit and take in some of Scotland's most significant historical sites.