Lake District - Windermere Lake - Lakeside - Railway - Self Drive Boat - Kirkstone Pass - Ullswater Lake - Aira Force Waterfall - Blackpool Beach - Pleasure Beach Theme Park - SandCastle Water Park - Blackpool Tower - Illuminations - FireWorks
We will depart for Lake District at around 7:30AM from our pick up point in Wembley. We will head towards one of the most scenic and breathtaking spots in England. It is a popular holiday destination and it is famous not only for its Lakes, forests and mountains but also for its association with poetry and writings by William Wordsworth and other poets.
1st Day: - On the way to Lake District you will be able to enjoy the scenic views and capture the panoramic stills on to your cameras whilst we reach to the Lake District. We will make our way to the Lake Side which is a beautiful place comprising of Lakeside Pier, Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway and Lakes Aquarium. You can visit the aquarium or you can go for a steam train. The Lakeside Station is at the Lakeside Pier, at the southern end of Windermere. The Aquarium of the Lakes is situated at Lakeside Station, and there is a restaurant on the Pier with panoramic views of Windermere. After spending approximately 2 hours, we will again depart for Lake Windermere.
We will drop you near the longest natural lake in England named Windermere. Here you will have the chance of either going on to the cruise or self drive hire power boat to have a thrilling experience of the lake. The Windermere Lake cruises is the main operator on the Lake, It provides both modern cruisers and vintage steamers. It also offers a 45 minutes circular cruise around Windermere’s Island. Don’t forget to buy a savers ticket and enjoy this marvellous experience.
After the fun filled day, around 6:00PM we will head towards our hotel and check-in to our respective rooms to relax and get ready for another exciting day out.
2nd Day: - We will depart from hotel after breakfast at around 9:30AM and make our way towards the sea side. Blackpool is a major seaside town which was formerly a coastal hamlet. We will then leave you there until evening so you can explore the town on your own.
Blackpool – Britain’s favourite seaside resort – is brimming with exciting attractions that make every visit a fun-filled adventure. Thrill-seekers can brave the white-knuckle rides of the Pleasure Beach - Theme Park, from the iconic Pepsi Max Big One to the traditional Grand National, or slip and slide through the world’s longest indoor rollercoaster waterslide, the Master Blaster, at Sandcastle Water Park. For a trip down memory lane, the Blackpool Tower Eye, with its 4D cinema and SKYWALK, is an awe-inspiring exploration of the town’s history coupled with exhilarating views from the floor to ceiling glass observation window. From 380-feet above the Promenade, you can descend to the depths of the Blackpool Tower Dungeon, where expert performers will regale you with their very own horrible histories of plague and torture. And don’t forget the Blackpool Tower Circus, with everyone’s favourite clowns, Mooky and Mr Boo.
Blackpool is very famous for its illuminations. At 10 kilometers long and using over one million bulbs the Blackpool Illuminations are an awesome spectacle. The Blackpool Illuminations consist of almost every kind of Light Display you can imagine: Lasers, Neon, Light Bulb, Fibre Optics, Search Lights & Flood Lighting. There are set pieces made out of wood studded with light bulbs - the characters and objects portrayed seem to “move” by way of winking Lights. Three - Dimensional illuminated scenes are also popular. There are over 500 road features attached to lamp post linked together with Festoon Lighting. Strings of Lights along the structures of buildings pick out landmarks in luminous detail – you can always make out the tower and pleasure beach rides in this way. Some of the hotels on the east side of the Promenade are floodlit in colour sequence. Even the trams on which you can tour the lights are illuminated and decorated with specific themes. There has been a Wild West Train Tram, a Space Rocket and Trawler. Take a tram for a grandstand view – arguably the way to see this electrical extravaganza.
After you have measured all the thrill seeking rides and Blackpool Beach we will depart for London at around 6:00PM and aim to reach Wembley at around 11:00PM.
*Please note that we are not responsible for any attractions that closed by attraction authority*
EAST HAM – 4:45am OUT SIDE EAST HAM STATION, HIGH STREET NORTH, E6 2JA.
WEMBLEY – 5:30am OUT SIDE SANATAN HINDU MANDIR, EALING ROAD, WEMBLEY, HA0 4TA.
HOUNSLOW – 6:00am OUTSIDE HOUNSLOW CENTRAL STATION, TW3 1JG.
WARWICK SERVICES – 7:15am WARWICH SERVICES M40 NORTH BOUND, BANBURY ROAD, ASHORNE, WARWICK, CV35 0AA.
KNAUTSFORD SERVICES – 11.00am KNAUTSFORD SERVICES M6, BETWEEN JUNCTION 18 & 19, KNAUTSFORD, WA16 0TL.
ALL BOOKINGS TO BE CONFIRMED AT 07778 335 336
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the departure time.
If you have your own group of family and friends then we can arrange private tour for you whenever you want. We have very comfortable 8 seater and 16 seater vehicles for your journey.
For more information please call Yatin on 07778 335 336.
DATES FOR NEXT DEPARTURE 2020:
JAN – 18, 25
FEB – 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
MAR – 7, 14, 21, 28
APR – 4, 11, 18, 25
MAY – 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
JUNE – 6, 13, 20, 27
JULY – 4, 11, 18, 25
AUG – 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
SEP – 5, 12, 19, 26
OCT – 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
NOV – 7, 14, 21, 28
DEC – 5, 12, 19, 26