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  • Lake District: Ten Lakes Full-Day Tour

    1. Lake District: Ten Lakes Full-Day Tour

    The Lake District is renowned for being the most beautiful corner of England and this full-day tour introduces you to just that; magnificent scenery of mountains, valleys and lakes from the south to the north. From within the circle, you will get picture-perfect views of some of the Lake District’s highest peaks. You will travel over the famous Kirkstone and Honister passes whilst enjoying some spectacular mountain scenery. From beautiful valleys to waterfalls and traditional Lakeland villages, there will be plenty of stops for admiring the views and taking photographs.  Your lunch stop will be in the market town of Keswick, where you can try a typical pub lunch, or seek out a charming restaurant. You will also get the chance to stretch your legs at either the magnificent lake of Derwent water or Ullswater, where you can see the Lake District the tranquility of the Lake.

    Bad weather but not the guides fault. Gave a good history of the areas we went to and did his utmost best to give us plenty of time to visit as many locations as possible

  • From Manchester: Lake District, Windermere, and Lancaster

    2. From Manchester: Lake District, Windermere, and Lancaster

    Depart from Manchester in the morning and head straight for the lovely Lake District. Stop first at Bowness, situated on the shores of Lake Windermere. Take some free time to stroll along the lake, opt for a scenic cruise, or wander around the town and admire the sublime views.  Travel around the southern tip of Windermere toward Coniston Water. Take in views of this lake before arriving in the picturesque village of Hawkshead. This is where poet William Wordsworth attended grammar school.  After exploring the quaint village, take the narrow country roads north towards Grasmere, a place Wordsworth described as "the loveliest spot that man hath found." Enjoy spectacular views of Ullswater Lake as you continue on back roads to the southern shore, and then onwards out of the Lake District to Lancaster.  A contrast to the already-visited villages, this town boasts majestic medieval archit...

    We went to Lake District tour with Dyron the guide man. The route was fantastic and every stop was unique. Dyron was very friendly and let us know all the important information and let us feel the vibes of the district in a creative way with wonderful music.

  • From Liverpool: Lake District Sightseeing Adventure Day Trip

    3. From Liverpool: Lake District Sightseeing Adventure Day Trip

    The tour departs from Liverpool and drives out of the city into the luscious surrounding countryside. Admire the views as you travel to the UK’s largest national park, the Lake District, stopping at the underground Rheged Discovery Center along the way. During the partially narrated 2-hour journey to the Lake District, the tour also stops by the famous Castlerigg Neolithic Stone Circle where you can feel ancient mythical energy flowing around you. Continue onto Grasmere Village, which boasts an array of beautiful 19th-century architecture, as well as the grave of well-known poet William Wordsworth. Afterwards, let your nose lead the way to Sarah Nelson’s Gingerbread Shop, where you can taste a selection of traditional sweet treats from the region. After you’ve filled up on gingerbread, it’s time to explore the national park and navigate through the Langdales, also known as "Little Swit...

    The tour was amazing and our guide frank was amazing also he told us a lot of awesome stories about the places we visited and he drove like a champion on the narrow roads on the mountains he is a very professional guide who loves his job and do it in a very high standards Will book another tours with busybus

  • Hadrian's Wall & Roman Britain 1-Day Tour from Edinburgh

    4. Hadrian's Wall & Roman Britain 1-Day Tour from Edinburgh

    On this 1-day tour from Edinburgh you travel south on the old Roman Dere Street that linked the supply ports on the south of England with the ancient city of York, and north past Hadrian’s Wall to the Roman settlements in Central Scotland. Your first stop on this tour will be in the border town of Jedburgh, a historic burgh that lies only 12 miles north of the Scotland-England border. Here you have time to take a short walk through the narrow streets that lead to the remains of the Augustinian Abbey, which has been a great symbol of power during its 900 year history. Continuing south you make a brief stop at scenic Carter Bar on the edge of the Cheviot Hills. This crossing point between Scotland and England runs close to the ancient Roman road and has formed the border between the 2 countries for the past 700 years. The tour continues through the magnificent forests of Northumberland Na...

    Fantastic tour, Bruce our driver was funny, whitty and polite as well as helpful. We enjoyed Hadrians Wall and Vindolanda, plenty to see if you are interested in Roman history, well worth the money. We well recommend Rabbies tours.

  • Lake District: Western Lakes Full-Day Tour

    5. Lake District: Western Lakes Full-Day Tour

    Discover the beautiful sights of the Western Lake District on this adventurous full-day tour. This tour will take you off the beaten track as you discover the magnificent scenery of the Lake District with its beautiful mountains and dramatic lakes. Make your way over the Wrynose and Hardknott passes, the steepest passes in England we drive past the extraordinary remains of Hardknott Roman Fort, 1,000 feet up on the fells. Enjoy lunch at a traditional country inn. In the afternoon you will drive onward to “Britain’s Favorite View” at Wastwater, England’s deepest and most dramatic lake. Your next destination is the splendid 14th Century Muncaster Castle, where you can explore its internationally acclaimed gardens and World Owl Trust. The beautiful scenery of the Coniston Fells and Coniston Water bring an end to this classic tour of the Lake District.

    Mark of Mountain Goat is an excellent and canny driver! Very experienced and fun to be with! Highly recommend him! xx

  • Lake District: 3-Day Small Group Tour from London

    6. Lake District: 3-Day Small Group Tour from London

    Discover the best that the Lake District has to offer with this extraordinary 3-day tour from London. After collecting your train tickets, you will catch the train from London Euston to Penrith station, where you will meet your local driver/ guide. Then it's off to explore this beautiful and fascinating region. Day 1: After arriving at the station, you will head north to the historic Cumbrian market town of Penrith. Here you have the chance to savor a delicious lunch and explore the imposing ruins of Penrith Castle, which played a key role in defending the border from invading Scots. After lunch you will enter the Lake District National Park and travel along the northern shores of Ullswater, England's most stunning lake. Take in the spectacular scenery and enjoy a stroll through the forest to see the mighty Aira Force waterfall. Following an exciting day, you will hav...

    Very organised, nice and informative guide. Covered the best spots in Lake District. Accommodarion was excellent and the tour was very enjoyable.

  • Ultimate Lake District Tour Visiting 10 Lakes

    7. Ultimate Lake District Tour Visiting 10 Lakes

    Your day starts with a climb, all the way up to the Kirkstone Pass Inn for a stop to take in the views back down the valley right the way down to Lake Windermere and Ambleside. From here the road plunges down into the Kirkstone Pass and descends down to Brothers Water. As you arrive at the village of Glenridding, you join a 1-hour cruise on Ullswater to relax and see the stunning fells as the boat cruises the full length of the lake. You then leave Ullswater and head north and west towards Castlerigg. Castlerigg Stone Circle stands on a superb natural plateau commanding a superb 360 degree view over the surrounding fells. Made up of 38 free standing stones, some up to 3 metres (10 feet) high, it is one of Britain's earliest stone circles dating back to the Neolithic period 4000 to 5000 years ago. Your journey now takes you a short distance to the head of Derwentwater where you stop at L...

    The whole trip was enjoyable. Tim was extremely informative on his history about the Lakes. It was nice that there were only myself and my husband and another couple. The places we visited were breathtakingly beautiful and even better because the weather was favourable. Would recommend to anyone who were wavering about booking.

  • From Manchester: Lake District Tour

    8. From Manchester: Lake District Tour

    This tour gives you a day in the Lake District National Park from Manchester. It’s an ideal way to see amazing landscapes associated with this stunning National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Leaving Manchester three times a week, the tour heads North via the M6 Motorway, and in approximately two hours, you will arrive in the beautiful Lake District.   Visit the medieval village of Hawkshead, famous for its connection with Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth. Explore its many delightful features — there are plenty of photo opportunities as William Wordsworth's old Grammar School is located here, along with St Michael and All Angels Church which overlooks the village. You will also have time to explore and get something to eat; see the cobbled alleys, shops, cafes, galleries, and many more attractions. You will travel past incredible scenery in the Lake District, stopping for ...

    My first visit to the Lake District and what a delightful day! A Big Thank You to Jean, who was a superb Tour Guide, supplying us with a lot of history of the area, she was very helpful, friendly and with a great sense of humour. Excellent day, I would highly recommend! Thanks again, Jean

  • From Manchester: Lake District Sightseeing Day Trip

    9. From Manchester: Lake District Sightseeing Day Trip

    The tour departs from Manchester and drives out of the city into the luscious surrounding countryside. Admire the views as you travel to the UK’s largest national park, the Lake District, stopping at the underground Rheged Discovery Center along the way. During the partially narrated 2-hour journey to the Lake District, the tour also stops by the famous Castlerigg Neolithic Stone Circle where you can feel ancient mythical energy flowing around you. Continue on to Grasmere Village, which boasts an array of beautiful 19th century architecture as well as the grave of well-known poet William Wordsworth. Afterwards, let your nose lead the way to Sarah Nelson’s Gingerbread Shop, where you can taste a selection of traditional sweet treats from the region. After you’ve filled up on gingerbread, it’s time to explore the national park and navigate through the Langdales, also known as “Little Swi...

    Soo worth it for the price defo a must for me and looking to book future tours. When I go away I always use get guide. The tour was so worth it for the price, down side about it is.. we couldn’t spend much time at each place, and take it all in and was only there for 5 hours and more.. wish we had a full day for 8 to 9 hours as we felt it was rushed and couldn’t relax see much.

  • From London: Lake District Tour with Cream Tea & Cruise

    10. From London: Lake District Tour with Cream Tea & Cruise

    Meet a local tour representative at Euston Station to collect your tickets and itinerary for the day, then enjoy a relaxing train journey to Oxenholme in the spectacular Lake District National Park. On arrival at Oxenholme you will be met by a local guide, who will take you on your tour of the Lake District. This tour is the ideal way to explore the best of the Lake District, which is famous for its Beatrix Potter and Wordsworth connections.  Enter the National Park and travel north alongside Lake Windermere to the medieval village of Hawkshead. Explore this fascinating village where Wordsworth went to school. Continue on towards the renowned beauty spot of Tarn Hows for a photo stop before driving through Yewdale, passing Yew Tree Tarn, used in the film Miss Potter. Next journey into the famous mountainous valleys of the Langdales, which have been carved by glaciers to form spectacula...

    The trip to Lake District on 8/5/2019 was excellent. The driver gave good instruction on the story of Beatrix Potter and the windmere. The trip was exactly as described on the website. We were fortunate to have a whole day good weather and enjoyed the fascinating scenery in lack district!

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My dad and I were fortunate to be the only people on this tour and our guide was friendly, knowledgeable, helpful and courteous, making sure that my dad with his mobility limitations could safely enjoy the walk. I would recommend this tour to anyone who would like to see one of the most iconic sections of Hadrian’s Wall whilst learning about Roman history from a great guide. Thank you for making our holiday extra special.

The whole trip was enjoyable. Tim was extremely informative on his history about the Lakes. It was nice that there were only myself and my husband and another couple. The places we visited were breathtakingly beautiful and even better because the weather was favourable. Would recommend to anyone who were wavering about booking.

We went to Lake District tour with Dyron the guide man. The route was fantastic and every stop was unique. Dyron was very friendly and let us know all the important information and let us feel the vibes of the district in a creative way with wonderful music.

Very organised, nice and informative guide. Covered the best spots in Lake District. Accommodarion was excellent and the tour was very enjoyable.

Mark of Mountain Goat is an excellent and canny driver! Very experienced and fun to be with! Highly recommend him! xx