The many counties that make up the South West all have their own distinct character and charm, which you will experience first-hand. Over the course of a week, you will delve headfirst into the culture, adventurous activities, and incredible scenery.
The Jurassic coastline is a world heritage site in its own right and is made up of 185 million years of geological history. It is home to an abundance of wildlife on land and at sea and the mixture of activities from taking a speeding RIB along the coast in search of dolphins or sailing a classic yacht. Get involved in the oyster regeneration programme and learn more about these delicious creatures. Why not get the adrenaline pumping with an action-packed session of coasteering, hiking, and climbing to really see the beauty from every angle. All along this coastline, there are hidden gems to create the most romantic of locations to have sundowners and to enjoy an incredible meal on this historic part of England’s south coast.
As we move inland we start to explore the historical importance of the West Country and take in the stunning architecture of the many monastic sites and learn more about the historic period of the dissolution of the monasteries. This part of the world has an abundance of historically important properties and stately homes and the English country gardens. The special aura surrounding Glastonbury will cast its spell on you and this will also be close to where you will call home for four nights in the incredible Camp Kerala camp situated close to the site of the world’s largest music festival.