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At the southern tip of England, where ancient trees ripple against the sky and white chalk cliffs drop sharply into the blue swell of the Atlantic Ocean, there are two distinctively beautiful National Parks – New Forest and the South Downs. Explore both on the 7-day guided hiking tour to Southern England.
Accompanied by your knowledgeable Wilderness guide, wind your way through the old woodlands of New Forest. Here bluebells bloom in May, and wild garlic flowers in early summer. A place where ancient rights of common pasture are still exercised, learn about the area’s fascinating history as you watch ponies graze, and cattle meander through bright, yellow gorse. On the second half of your adventure, head into the glorious green folds of the captivating South Downs National Park. Walk through the undulating chalk hills and explore the spectacular coastline. Enjoy fabulous views, delicious local food and welcoming hospitality.
In a region defined by its many instances of natural beauty, enjoy an unforgettable walking holiday in some of England’s most beautiful landscapes.