Wild ponies won’t be able to drag you away from the New Forest once you’ve experienced the beauty and peace of its idyllic glades, ancient woodland, open moors and heath-land. Once a Royal hunting ground for King William I and his noblemen in 12th century AD, this 150 square mile area of historic countryside is now one of the UK’s best-loved National Parks.
Ramble in the forest
A guided walk is one of the most pleasurable ways to explore the Forest’s best-kept secrets and to enjoy the scenery, atmosphere and wildlife. You will get up close and personal with the many animals in the Forest and will experience the splendour of the heath-land and moorland mix. Your expert guide will introduce you to the woodland fauna and flora, and you will learn about the history and ancient ways of the Forest, along with the modern requirements to sustain its heritage for many years to come.
Looking for something a little different? Why not jump on a canoe, explore the scenery by bike or try your hand at fly fishing?