Wilderness Travel

Ancient Britain to the Channel Islands – Explore the dreamy Channel Islands of Great Britain, a group of remote islands that are closer to France than England. The trip has proven to be immensely popular and also includes a stop at Stonehenge at sunset, as well as the “Jurassic Coast,” a World Heritage Site for its fossil-rich cliffs. Hikers can traverse the countryside that inspired Thomas Hardy’s novels, as well as the South West Coast Path, one of the world’s most striking trails, while enjoying locally-sourced food and ales, as well as stays at a 13th-century inn and 16-century farmhouse.