Tours and Guided Walks
Let an expert guide your way with these recommended guided tours and walks around The Garden of England.
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 on foot 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, Hush Heath Estate 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 Peter's 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 Jetstream 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.