Seven Sisters and South Downs Explorer
In this 5 hour bus tour you will get to know the amazing landscapes on the outskirts of Brighton. You can admire the view of Seven Sisters and the chalk cliffs, visit a vineyard, you will get to know the towns of the place and you can take many photographs to take home beautiful memories of this unforgettable trip. The meeting point and final will be at Brighton station.
- Admire the White Cliffs.
- Learn the history of these iconic places.
- Visit a Neolithic Carving.
Monday, Friday and Sunday
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The meeting point will be at Brighton station at 10:30 AM where you will meet the local guide on the Brighton and Beyond bus. From there you will start the journey towards Devil's Dyke, on the way you will enjoy a beautiful landscape of hills undulating with chalk.
Once in Devil's Dyke, you will hear the story of how this landscape was created and about the largest dry valley in the United Kingdom, narrated by the local guide. You will stay in this place for 20 minutes where you will also have the opportunity to take amazing pictures.
Next, you will travel to Middle Farm, a traditional Sussex farm that has belonged to the same family for more than 200 years. Here you will learn about the production of agricultural services offered to the people such as Wine, Cider and Perry. On site you will be for 30 seconds where you will also have a little time to walk at your own pace.
Then, you will visit the famous white cliffs and the Seven Sisters Country Park, you will pass by some old routes where you will see the mysterious Logman of Wilmington, a huge Neolithic carving on the Downs side. You can also get to know Beachy Head, you will climb the top of the highest chalk cliffs in England that is 530 feet. The cliffs along this stretch of the coast are vertical and add to the natural drama that surrounds it. There will be enough time to take pictures before continuing with Birling Gap.
In Birling Gap, you will take a short break of 20 minutes where if you want you can go to a cafeteria or bathrooms. The next stop will be at Seaford Head, where you can see the iconic view of Seven Sisters and take amazing pictures.
Before returning to Brighton, you can make one last stop in the village of Rottingdean, which was the home of Rudyard Kipling, author of Jungle Book. We will return to Brighton Station where the guide can provide information on how to get to your hotel.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|General (P/P)||39.00 (GBP)|
- Transportation during the tour.
- Local guide.
- Arrive 10 minutes before your departure.