You don’t have to travel far to experience an adventure holiday… believe us! There are plenty of epic journeys to be had right here in the UK, and with our glamping holidays, you can have the adventure of a lifetime. To highlight the adventurous side of the UK, we are listing some of the best spots to take the plunge and go diving in the deep blue. The UK waters are not as cold as may be thinking, with average temperatures somewhere between 15-20°C in summer, depending on location. Whilst there is plenty to see with shipwrecks and busy habitats to witness. So, what are you waiting for? Dive into our feature now…
There are hidden gems located all across the UK, attractions that are found off the beaten track and often overlooked. The fact that they are not well known is often one of the biggest draws to these magical places, as their untouched beauty leaves them unspoilt. We’ve decided to share with you just a handful of our favourite hidden gems in the UK that you can explore whilst on your glamping holidays 2017:
Christmas is a time full of long-standing traditions, whether they be indulging in festive feasts, decorating the tree or leaving some treats out for Father Christmas and his reindeer. However, with more than two billion people celebrating the holidays globally each year, there are certainly some interesting variations! Here’s a list of some weird and wonderful traditions that mark the occasion from all over the world, for you to discuss on your glamping holidays this winter!
The UK’s public are in agreement with the EU in that they want heightened levels of environmental protection. This is particularly good news for the UK’s wild bee populations along with our exciting natural wild places, a fresh report compiled by Friends of the Earth and YouGov has revealed.
People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES), a UK-based wildlife charity has released the most recent factor in its continued orchard conservation programme: an interactive community orchard map, which lists in the region of 400 community orchard groups that are scattered around the UK.
With its vast collection of sensational landscapes, beautiful seascapes and beaches, World Heritage Sites, and of course the friendly local pubs, is it any wonder that Devon has been voted as the best place in the country to live, according to a survey by Country Life Magazine?
The mature circles of festival-goers are being cited as the reason that glamping popularity is becoming heightened here in the UK, with internet search data highlighting that more people are Googling the term than ever before, at any time or point in history!
Lonely Planet are known for their trustworthy guides for travellers of all ages who are looking to experience trips and adventures of all kinds, and their latest list compiled has included a county where you can find our narrow boat glamping abode; Warwickshire!