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Enjoy an invigorating cycling tour along the River Ness! Cycle to the Ness Islands, a  beautiful natural park and group of islands in the middle of the river connected by suspension bridges built in Victorian times. Enroute, stop for a short visit to the stunning Inverness Botanical Gardens. Continue along the world famous Caledonian Canal before reaching the Muirtown Locks. Continue along the canal towpath to the Merkinch Nature Reserve and end at the Moray Firth, where if you are lucky you may spot wild dolphins! Ride back along

Learn how the UK was the centre and main force behind the industrial revolution! Enjoy a self-drive tour of Manchester, Lancashire and Yorkshire, the centre of the famous industrial revolution and the cotton industry. Begin by heading south of Manchester to Quarry Bank Mill, one of the best-preserved textile mills of the industrial revolution. Visit the museum here before heading north into Lancashire, true ‘Cotton Country’. Blackburn was one of the first industrialised towns in the world, documented in the Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery. Next, drive to Harle outside of

Explore the streets of Lisbon in your very own tram! These iconic trams are a great way to see the city and you would have your own private charter. Explore Lisbon’s atmospheric streets, winding your way through the city on your hop on and off tram ride. Stop off for coffee and a pastel de nata while watching the world go by from one of our favourite local haunts. Then visit the pink pavements of Pink Street. Formally Lisbon’s red light district, Pink Street is now one of

In an old 1974 safari-style Land-rover you will explore the traditional cork forests of the Alentejo. The farm you will visit is a paradise for walkers and wine lovers with rolling hills, cork forests, olive groves and vineyards in a landscape occasionally broken by a medieval fortress or an abandoned chapel. For six generations, the family owners have made a living on the 1,400-acre estate in the Alentejo by sustainably managing cork forests, rearing sheep and making fine wines. During your tour, your guide will explain to you everything about

Visit a local organic farm which grows Kampot Pepper, a famous produce of the region. Meet a local farmer and learn about organic farming methods for pepper, the different types of pepper and the growing and harvesting seasons. Also learn about sustainable farming and energy practices. Afterwards, enjoy a local Cambodian lunch which of course includes the delicious Kampot Pepper.

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