Walking, cycling, camping and glamping, get out and about in Bucks with these wonderful experiences.
Goring Gap Wildlife Walks offer guided walks with wildlife photographer Steven Godz. Choose a location and Steven will take you on a memorable wildlife-spotting walk and give you tips on how to take amazing photos.
Alex UK Bushcraft is just the ticket if you’d like to learn some primitive skills and really get back to nature. Fire starting, wood carving, arrow making and plant identification are just some of the skills he can teach you.
Backwoods Experiences offer camp fire cooking, willow weaving and wreath making, art and craft workshops and even axe and knife throwing!
Wild Cycles will hire you a bike so you can enjoy one of the many trails mapped out by their professional cyclists. The routes showcase the best of the Chilterns’ scenery and you can chose a road, gravel or hilly adventure with or without a guide. Day trips or camping/glamping experiences are available.
Chiltern Trike Tours will chauffeur you round the Chilterns on board their boom bike called Bumble Bee. Admire the scenery and stop off at local farm shops, distilleries, vineyards, windmills, steam railways and more in this unqiue experience for two (plus the driver).
Orchard View Farm is a small working farm with an award winning butchery, farm shop and café that has gorgeous views over the Chiltern hills. You can book a pitch for your tent or motorhome or keep things simple and hire one of their comfy bell tents. With a new shower block and the farm shop café onsite, it means you can enjoy a relaxing stay without the hassle.
Town Farm Camping & Caravanning is proud of its rural roots and non-commerical campsite. It’s set on a working farm with wonderful views, good basic facilities and a tent rental system so you can turn up to a ready-pitched Karsten or bell tent.
Chadwell Hill Farm offers the choice of an ensuite shepherd’s hut, luxurious bell tents or boutique B&B rooms with breakfasts made from produce from the farm or very local suppliers. A great location to explore the Chilterns and all that Bucks has to offer.
Hedsor Field Camping near Beaconsfield is snuggled between two woodlands, Wash Hill Wood & Farm Wood, with a stunning view down the valley of the River Wye, a famous protected chalk stream which once provided New Zealand with their Brown Trout.
Hill Farm and Orchard has 4 luxury ensuite wigwams in the middle of an orchard overlooking Ivinghoe Beacon. Relax amongst the apples, pears and damson trees or stroll along the canal to the pub.