Adventure yourself away on this eight-day tour of the best and most beautiful sacred sites of England. Submerse yourself in the magical myths and legends of Glastonbury, the home of the Celtic church, built 2000 years ago amongst druids and goddess worship ... More info ›
Adventure yourself away on this eight-day tour of the best and most beautiful sacred sites of England. Submerse yourself in the magical myths and legends of Glastonbury, the home of the Celtic church, built 2000 years ago amongst druids and goddess worship. Be transported back 6000 years to the stones of Stonehenge and Avebury, places aligned to the stars, imagination and your heart. Travel down the path with King Arthur, to his birthplace in Tintagel, learn of ley lines, knights, witches and wonders on this rugged coastline of Cornwall.
Day One: Arrival
You will be whisked up from the airport and drive you to the magical lands of Glastonbury, where you can settle into your accommodation and then, if you choose, dive into the shopping experience of Glastonbury High Street. There is a plethora of crystal and magic shops and it has the best selection of New Age books in the world
Day Two: Glastonbury's Mysteries
Be transported back 2000 years through the mists, to a time of magic, myths and legends, a time when the family of Christ arrived to these shores of Avalon. A few steps away we find the last resting place of King Arthur and Gwynevere. After lunch you go on our quest for the Holy Grail, in waters of the tranquil garden Chalice Well, and the White Spring, a beautiful candle-lit water temple.
Finally climb to the top of the Glastonbury Tor.
Day Three: 6000 of Mystery in One-Day
The way your guide shares their visions of a world hardly known by historians, aligning them to the solstices and equinoxes. After a great British pub lunch, you head off to Avebury, the largest surviving stone circle in the world, where you can sit in the seat of the Arch Druids.
Day Four: Merlin’s Journey
You begin the day by driving down the Michael ley line into the wilds of Dartmoor, wander in the magical Wistman’s Faerie Wood. You then dine at the Hunting Lodge in the middle of the moors. Afterwards you climb up the holy Templar hill, Brentor, where the church of St Micheal greets us. You arrive in Tintagel where you settle into our B&B, and go for an extremely delicious dinner at the Wellington Hotel.
Day Five: King Arthur's Cornwall
You will bravely clamber into ‘Merlin's Cave’. As you emerge from the darkness of the cave, you will look up towards Tintagel Castle. You have a taste of the most famous ‘Cornish Pasty’ for lunch. In the afternoon you explore the delightful woodland of Rocky Valley, with the 3500 years old Labyrinths next to the river. Then you will walk into the mystically beautiful St Nectan's Glen and waterfall. In the afternoon you travel back to Glastonbury and spend the last night there.
Day Six: A Day to Process
This is good for you to spend a little time in silent reflection in the sacred landscape or finding the last magical tool from one of the many shops to take home with you to remind you of your magical trip. Then in the afternoon you will travel back to the airport for your flights or your next connection.
Day Seven : a Taste of Glastonbury.
This day, May I suggest you try some of the many therapies on offer in Glastonbury, at a special Tor’s Tours discounted price.
Day Eight: We travel back to Heathrow.
We depart Glastonbury at 10:30 am and we will arrive back at Heathrow before 2pm.