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The Lost World: 3 Day Tour of Wessex, Stonehenge, Jurassic Coast, Exeter, Dartmouth, Glastonbury and Bath with Accommodation

  • When does it run?


  • Start time


  • Duration

    3 days

  • Transport in a 16 seat Mercedes mini-coach (Your ride’s on us!)
  • English speaking guide (Language barrier? What’s that?)
  • Accommodation (We got it all covered!)
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Key Highlights

  • Enjoy a comprehensive tour of England’s west coast with convenient stay options
  • Travel through the old Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex
  • Soak up the spiritual majesty and humbling presence of the Stonehenge
  • Discover your very own Lost World of dinosaur fossils at Jurassic Coast
  • Feast your eyes on the spectacular coastline around the Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove
  • Explore the historic city of Exeter, from the Gothic Cathedral to Norman castles
  • Lose yourself to the wild brilliance and moorish magic of Dartmoor
  • Cross the Clapper Bridge at Postbridge, used by miners from the medieval eras
  • Make a trip through Tavistock, birthplace of the explorer Sir Francis Drake
  • Discover the crux of Celtic legends, including King Arthur and Avalon, at the Glastonbury Tor
  • Savour the magnificent St. Michael’s Tower standing tall over the Tor
  • Marvel at the incredible architecture of the Roman Baths and the stunning Bath Abbey


We may not be able to travel through time yet, but we can definitely experience one of the hotspots of world history on this tour. Taking you through Anglo-Saxon histories, English legends, dinosaur eras, Roman extravagance, moorish wildness and much more, this three day tour takes through through some unbeatable places - Wessex, Stonehenge, Jurassic Coast, Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove, Exeter, Dartmouth, Tavistock, Glastonbury and Bath. The icing on the cake? This economical package comes with a convenient and comfortable accommodation at Exeter (included in the tour price).


About The Supplier: Rabbie’s is your dream travel partner, providing you with incredible experiences all while travelling ethically. They are known to support local communities and donate to environmental programmes, besides having some of the best storytellers in the world. Small groups, comfortable rides, unforgettable travel experiences - it really just couldn’t get better!

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?


  • Duration

    3 days

  • Start time


  • Meeting Point

    Make your way to Stance 3, Greenline Coach Terminal, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London

  • Ending Point

    Same as starting point


  • Day 1: Wessex, Stonehenge, Jurassic Coast with Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove, and Exeter

    Our trail through history goes back to almost the origin of the country, heading through Wessex. An ancient Anglo-Saxon kingdom, the heart of English myths and legends, as well as holding an illustrious space in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, the culture of this place dates back to the Middle Bronze Age. We travel through this gorgeous part of the country and head straight to the iconic and incredibly inspiring Stonehenge. A UNESCO World Heritage and an Ancient Scheduled Monument, this Neolithic site shines with an unmistakable spiritual majesty and stands as a testament to our ancestral legacy.

    From the evidence of one life we move onto another one as we continue on to visit the Jurassic Coast, filled with astonishing geological formations and dotted with hundreds of dinosaur fossils. For the movie buffs, this World Heritage Site is literally as good as The Lost World, only that this is not a theme park but an actual ecosystem lost in time coupled with stunning views of the English Channel coastline. Our journey also includes visits to and sampling seafood at the splendid Lulworth Cove. Durdle Door, a natural limestone arch on the same coast, is up next - a place whose beauty is bound to be etched in your memory.

    Our final stop for the day is the historic cathedral city of Exeter whose origins date back to Roman times. Home to the spectacular Exeter Cathedral, an inimitable specimen of Gothic architecture, it is also the perfect spot to traverse through Norman and Tudor histories as well as stroll along a mesmerising quayside. Besides exploring this lovely city, we will also be staying here for the next two days while we travel around for the next two days.

  • Day 2: Dartmoor, Clapper Bridge, Tavistock and Exeter

    The English countryside is synonymous with moorish landscapes and the second day of our tour treats you to its wild brilliance. We dive straight into the remote wilderness of Dartmoor, dotted with wild ponies grazing in the shadows of enormous granite outcrops. The moors’ isolated beauty is hard to match and the region is filled with an insane biodiversity, making for a surreal experience. After a tryst with the unique charms of the moors, we move on to cross the ancient Clapper Bridge at Postbridge which dates back to the 13th century and was used by miners from the medieval era.

    Our day also takes us to the market town of Tavistock, the birthplace of the legendary explorer Sir Francis Drake. We will get back to Exeter, after this, to explore the city’s array of antiquities - from the archaic city walls to Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery and more.

  • Day 3: Glastonbury and Bath

    The third and final day of our tour takes us to two epochal places - Glastonbury and Bath. Glastonbury, of course, is synonymous with the globally acclaimed Glastonbury Music Festival but trip takes us to one of the cruxes of Celtic Mythology - the Glastonbury Tor. A beautiful beautifull hill offering breathtaking views and capped with the exquisite St. Michael’s Tower which almost stands like gateway to a different dimension, the Tor has a long standing association with the legends of Avalon and King Arthur.

    Post a visit to this mythical place, we will go on to savour some Roman exuberance in the city of Bath. A bucket-list worthy city renowned for the famous Roman Baths, the city is doused in a fabulous blend of Georgian and Roman architectures. Arriving at the city during lunch, we will refresh ourselves at the fantastic array of restaurants, tea rooms and pubs before losing ourselves to touring through the city’s fascinating heritage, the iconic public bathing complex as well as the spellbinding Bath Abbey.

Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Transport in a 16 seat Mercedes mini-coach (Your ride’s on us!)
  • English speaking guide (Language barrier? What’s that?)
  • Accommodation (We got it all covered!)
  • Entry fees to visitor attractions (For once, we’ll go by the surface!)

Please note

Voucher Information: Sorry, but you will need to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we promise we are working on changing this). Unfortunately, at this time, we will not be able to give anyone a refund without a printed copy of his/her voucher/

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 48 hours before your organised  activity to reconfirm.

Please make sure you reach the meeting point at least 10 mins before the departure time to avoid getting caught up in any last minute rush.

Please make sure that all children are accompanied by their respective guardians.

We’re afraid little ones under the age of 5 will have to sit this one out.

Please remember that child rates are based on the arrangement that one child shares a room with a parent or two children share a twin room.

The tour can accommodate up to six passengers. But in case your group is comprises 7 people, you can contact the local operator to make arrangements.

Don’t forget to pack in waterproof clothing and comfortable walking shoes.

A maximum of two single rooms are allowed per booking on this tour. Besides, hotel availability, as you all know is a tricky thing so when it is short, B&B rooms will be booked instead of hotels with the respective price reductions. In case you have any specification about your accommodation, you can always list it out in our Special Requests section.

Additional info

Please remember that each person can only carry up to 14kg (31lbs) of luggage, comprising an airline carry-on bag (approximately 55cm x 45cm x 25cm / 22in x 17in x 10in) and a small hand bag to keep items you might use on the way.

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