Few places have the fairytale charm and historical significance that jolly ol’ England delivers. Our itineraries bring the current-day and Old World lore to life in engaging ways your family will enjoy and never forget. From frolicking adventures for the youngsters to fast-paced explorations for the teens and adults, you’ll glimpse the life of royalty, learn about the makings of an empire and experience the unique traditions that put the “great” in Great Britain.
Each of our itineraries has unique offerings allowing for cultural engagement and community give-back. Here are some of the things that will make your trip to England special:
HIGHLIGHTS FOR FAMILIES
EXPLORE LONDON BY NIGHT
IN AN ORIGINAL MINI COOPER
Experience the English capital as it was in the 1960s, superbly highlighted by the city lights and accompanied by the music of the Beatles, Rolling Stones and the Jam.
This 2 hour tour will be sure to show you London in a different light an enable you to experience ‘Cool Britannia’ to the fullest extent
ADULT ONLY TRAVELERS
GARDENS AT KEW
Head west along the Thames to visit the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew. The gardens present an enjoyable mix of landscaped lawns, formal gardens, glasshouses, historic buildings and a vast range of rare and beautiful plants. Take in the spectacular views of the treetops and gardens below, as if seeing through the eyes of a bird, while walking along the Treetop Walkway. There is more to see than just the beautiful gardens as Kew boasts art galleries, sculptures and installations, including a sculpture by Henry Moore, the Marianne North Gallery and the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art.
HIGHLIGHTS FOR FAMILIES
WITH CHILDREN UNDER 12
EXPERIENCE ROBIN HOOD'S
BOW AND ARROW MASTERY
Find your range this afternoon as you get
to grips with a bow and arrow and unleash your inner Robin Hood.
Your expert instructor shows you the
secrets behind what is widely considered one of the most ancient and noble of pursuits, now a competitive Olympic sport.
GLOBAL COMMUNITY GIVE-BACK
Make a real difference today as you make your way across to the Cotswolds in the heart of the English countryside. Though this is a veritable treasure chest of British wildlife, there are still over five million animals injured as a result of human negligence each year in the UK alone. This morning you get the chance to give something back – set off with your driver-guide to find some much-needed supplies, from bird seed and cat food to towels and cleaning equipment. You prepare your very own hamper and head out of town to the Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital where your hard work is welcomed with open arms. A specialist hospital, Tiggywinkles receives wild animal casualties of all species and treats and rehabilitates its patients before they can be safely released back into their natural environment. Witness the expert medical treatment, perfected over the years and enhanced by ground-breaking technology, as the veterinarians demonstrate how your donation has such a vital effect. The hospital relies entirely on the generosity of its visitors and you can feel satisfied that the birds, badgers, hedgehogs and creatures of all varieties are one step closer to finding their way home,
Ages to Travel
Travel to England is suitable for all ages.
Time of Year to Travel
The best months of the year are April, May, June, September and October however anytime in between late March and mid November is great to visit.
Travel Documents Required
A valid passport is required with six months before expiration for entry into The United Kingdom. To apply for a visa or passport click this link: www.cibtvisas.com/departurelounge
Please note that passport holders are responsible for obtaining the required documentation applicable for entry. Please note also that passports must be valid for six (6) months before departure and should also have sufficient blank pages for visas and immigrations stamps. Global CommUnity cannot be held responsible should you be denied entry to a country due to non-compliance with these requirements.