The Isle of Wight is an area of outstanding natural beauty on the south coast of England. It is home to a variety of distinctive landscapes, dramatic cliffs, long stunning beaches, fields, woodlands and many more natural attractions. The natural beauty would effortlessly inspire you to return. There are many reasons why visiting Portsmouth is a great idea, with its dynamic and vibrant waterfront and cultural atmosphere this is a place you do not want to miss out on! There are many attractions that offer a range of things including heritage, naval history, art, music and much more.
|Age Range: 10 - 80yrs|
|Group Size: 25 - 50|
n the Morning we have the opportunity to discover the world famous historic ships – HMS Victory, the Mary Rose & HMS Warrior, that have shaped British history at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Soaring 170 meters into the sky above the historic harbor of Portsmouth, gateway to the English Channel, the Spinnaker Tower is now open to view. At Gunwharf Quay you have one of the UK’s best shopping experiences.
In the afternoon we take a leisurely 30 minute cruise to the Isle of Wight, one of the most idyllic yet exciting parts of Britain. We take a scenic drive arriving in Godshill , one of England’s most charming villages, with it’s 500 year old thatched roofed cottages. Here we can visit the famous Model Village, or try a traditional English Cream Tea. We continue to the west of the Island for a walk along the cliffs to view the spectacular chalk “Needles” rocks, and the coloured sands at Alum Bay.
We return to the mainland for a scenic drive through the New Forest, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Here we experience picturesque villages, bustling market towns and a special atmosphere and timelessness. En-route home we pass Arundel, a wonderfully picturesque town on the River Arun dominated by its imposing 11th Century castle.
Take advantage of Oxford's many fantastic sightseeing opportunities such as the many exquisite colleges and fabulous Georgian architecture. This city dates back thousands of years and is situated on the River Thames. Oxford has a range of attractions that suits every visitor, from the world's first public Museum opened in 1684 to the Victorian indoor market. Windsor and Eton is found just west of London and the official weekend retreat for the Royal Family. Come and see the Royal Standard flag and the changing of the guard at Windsor Castle - which is the oldest inhabited castle in the world!
Cambridge is the place to visit to be inspired by the many museums and art galleries, where you will get to experience and admire the beautiful architecture and college buildings. Take advantage of the passages set around the historic market place. Take your time to go shopping in well-known branded shops and when you have made the most of this extraordinary place take the time to relax in one of the many restaurants, pubs or cafés Cambridge has to offer. There is plenty to do for a jam packed day here! In Greenwich we'll see the famous Meridian line and its famous observatory that marks GMT and the international time-zones. There is also the exciting Greenwich market to explore and find unique things to remember your trip by!
If you are looking to visit a place that is a unique and beautiful experience, Bath is the place to go! Bath is home to plenty of extraordinary attractions, sights and places to visit no matter what your interests or mood; there is plenty to do for everyone! Looking to relax whilst experiencing the original roman baths then the spa will be perfect for you. Bath has many great shopping, restaurants and historical facilities you won’t want to miss! Stonehenge is England's oldest monument, come and discover its mystery and wonder. Our tour includes entrance and an audio-guide to explain its fascinating history