The south east of England is extremely diverse and rich in places to visit with its incredible natural features such as the White Cliffs of Dover, its outstanding countryside and coastline dotted with medieval villages and towns, its historic castles such as Dover, Walmer and Leeds, plus the cathedral city of Canterbury.

For easy reference, we have divided our tours into 3 categories, Coast, Heritage & Culture and Garden Tours. On the pages below you can find examples of such tours, but they are purely examples. You may well want to mix and match. The tours can be of any length, ranging from a 2-hour walking tour around one of the Cinque Ports to a full day tour of Kent with a stop for lunch in a country pub.

The cost of these tours is from just £50 per person for up to 5 hours, with 6 people in a family or small group travelling together.


On one of our coastal tours you may want to take a walk along the spectacular White Cliffs, visit picturesque St Margaret’s Bay and learn about the wildlife from a ranger at Samphire Hoe. There are also many interesting sites related to World War 2 and the Battle of Britain. We can also recommend a walking tour around one of the medieval Cinque Ports such as Sandwich or Rye.

The White Cliffs near Dover


Many people associate England with its beautiful gardens. Due to the balmy climate we enjoy in the south east of the country, we have some of the very best gardens to choose from, including Sissinghurst, Great Dixter, Hever Castle, Nymans, Scotney Castle and Pashley Manor.

Godinton House & Gardens

Heritage & Culture

Many of our tours highlight the heritage and culture of our ancient land. If you would like to learn a little more about our country, we have  a wide selection of castles, cathedrals, museums and houses that  bring history alive from the time of William the Conqueror to Winston Churchill.

Windsor Castle