Britain & England

May 11, 2019• by travellingwithmynikon

There's more to Cheddar than cheese

A detour off the M5 in Somerset takes you to Cheddar and the Cheddar Gorge. This area is in the middle of the Mendip Hills area of Outstanding Beauty and well worth the visit. Cheddar Gorge has a...

Jun 19, 2019• by Ryder-Walker Alpine Adventures

Finding Your Perfect Women's Hiking Trip

We rounded up the best women's hiking trips to make your next ladies adventure a planning breeze. Hiking in Europe is a safe experience. This includes hiking alone, on a self-guided trip, with a...

Jun 17, 2019• by travelbykwamzandjoz

Travel Tips: Bournemouth, UK

Bournemouth is only a 2 hour drive southwest of London. It’s a very easy drive, once you join the M3, you just keep going straight towards Southampton. For affordable and flexible car hire, you can...

May 30, 2019• by travellingwithmynikon

Exploring Southern Cornwall

Nature and history collide in the south of Cornwall around Penzance. I hope that you enjoy the following things I did when exploring Southern Cornwall. LAND'S END About a 20-minute drive from...

May 28, 2019• by the end of the line

Travelling around London

My top tips for travelling around London: Be bold and have no regrets:if you see something of interest, take the picture as once you walk away, you'll not capture the moment againlook up and not...

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Tours & activities

1 Day Bath & Stonehenge Backpacker Tour

Not much time? Wonder where the Romans did for their pleasure and relaxation in Bath! A walking tour will be included amongst the honey-coloured Georgian architecture where you can sample some traditional English treats including sweets, pasties and cheese. In the afternoon we will take you to Stonehenge to see the iconic world's most famous stones

3 Day Classic Backpacker Tour- Oxford, Bath, Stonehenge

Our classic tour of the South of England encompasses some of the most visited historic cities in the country- academic Oxford with its universities and stunning buildings, honey-coloured stone traditional villages in The Cotswolds and the Roman city of relaxation- Bath. And of course we couldn’t finish a classic trip without a visit to Stoneheng