3 Day Coast Backpacker Tour- Brighton & Seven Sisters


Our most backpacker-oriented and eccentric tour takes you through some of the familiar sights of English tourists but also some of the more alternative! Check out the hipster and left-wing scene in colourful seaside town Brighton, and then let us take you to some of the most breathtaking natural sights on the Jurassic Coast!

Tour highlights

Friday Night Pub Crawl in alternative Brighton
Walk on the breathtaking Seven Sisters white cliffs
Voyage through the leafy New Forest National Park
Insta a selfie at Durdle Door at sunset
Spy Poisoning Walking tour in Salisbury
Sunday Roast in a traditional carvery
Visit to the iconic Stonehenge circle
Group dinners & competitions

Inclusions

Driver/Guide & Transport in our Backpacker Bus
2 Nights in Dorm Beds in Shared Hostel Room
Pub Crawl in alternative Brighton
Visit to Seven Sisters & Durdle Door
Spy Poisoning Walking Tour in Salisbury
1 x Full English Breakfast
Welcome Goody Bag

Day 1 (Friday evening)

  • Departure from Park Royal Tube Station (Piccadilly Line) in London at 6pm and receive our Full English Backpacker Bus Goody Bag!
  • Powering straight onto Brighton to check in to the hostel and get started with our Friday night Brighton pub crawl, in the home of environmental awareness, left wing politics, vintage shops, vegan food and a thriving LGBT scene

Day 2 (Saturday)

  • Veggie Full English breakfast provided in a local independent cafe, Brighton style!
  • Free time to explore the pebbled beaches, grab a coffee in a hipster cafe, have a gamble in the amusement arcades or browse the vintage shops.
  • In the afternoon we'll move on to the breathtaking Seven Sisters cliffs and Burling Gap, very famous in the East Asian tourist scene!
  • Moving on back east, we'll weave through the leafy New Forest National Park and check into our hostel in Bournemouth (occasionally Weymouth) to another favourite seaside destination for holidaying Britons!
  • We'll then jump back on the bus for a trip to Durdle Door, the most Instagrammed sight in England- a natural formed arch in the rock, as the entrance to Lulworth Cove

Day 3 (Sunday)

  • In the late morning we depart the seaside to move onto historic Salisbury, home of the best preserved Magna Carta and also some recent spy poisoning! We'll give you the lowdown on what happened during a walking tour in the city
  • Next we'll head on to stop for a traditional English Sunday roast carvery (veggie options available as always!) in the countryside, where you'll get to taste our range of meats, vegetables, potatoes and many gravys and accompaniments, traditional for an English family meal.
  • As our last stop we'll take you for a visit to the famous Stonehenge circle so you can tick that off your bucket list!
  • Heading back to London we'll arrive at Park Royal Tube Station around 7pm.
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Offered by The Full English Backpacker Bus
Long-term backpackers ourselves, having traversed 85 countries, we were frustrated by the regular answer of ‘London and Edinburgh’ when asking others where they had been in the UK. It was time to get people out of London and show them what England has to offer! Green rolling hills, Northern hospitality, historic cities with ancient ruins, traditional cream teas, and our raucous seaside towns. Founded in 2019, we hope to bring backpackers & locals together and provide an English experience they’ll never forget with group dinners, pub crawls, walking tours and other quizzes and extras! Great for solo backpackers, friends & part... Read more

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