tours and guided walks
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For a unique insight into hidden Canterbury, step aboard one of the Canterbury Historic River Tours. These 40-minute, person-powered trips see you propelled down the idyllic River Stour, taking in a tiny chapel-crowned island, a Dominican priory, a ducking stool and memorable cathedral views. Delve into the historic city further with Canterbury Guided Tours.
A tour of one of Kent's world-class vineyards is a heady treat. Drink in views of vine-lined hills, inhale fermenting grapes and enjoy a tutored tasting at Chapel Down Winery, and Biddenden Vineyards. You can explore the county's cider tradition at Biddenden too.
Kent's famous hopping heritage is revealed on the 80-minute Shepherd Neame Brewery Tours. See mash tuns, taste artesian mineral water and sniff those hops; then finish by sampling a sip or two. While at Brogdale, the home of the National Fruit Collection, expert-led and self-guided tours wind past currants, blackberries and gooseberries, cherries and plums, apples and pears
A St Peters Village Tour is alive with costumed characters - from vicars and militia men to reprobates and old maids. Entertaining explorations from this award-winning group include the original village ramble, and themed WWI and WWI tours.
For a salt-dashed, sea-sprayed introduction to Kent, head out on a boat trip along its compelling coast. Medway-based Jetsteam Tours run trips along the River Medway and out onto the North Sea. Back on dry land, Kent’s Blue Badge Guides are waiting to provide a wealth of expert insight in a wide range of locations.
Or experience all the thrills of the African savannah in rural Kent. Port Lympne Reserve offers experiences ranging from behind-the-scenes animal encounters (opt for tigers, gorillas, primates or rhinos), to ranger-led, VIP, Land Rover Safari tours.