Kent and Sussex are the Southeastern-most counties of England, which is one of the four semi-autonomous countries in the United Kingdom (the others are Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland). They are the among the most temperate and wealthiest sections of the country, and are the closest to the European Continent. Much of the southern coast consist of a chalky bedrock which forms the famous “White Cliffs of Dover” and the beautiful Beachy Head and 7 Sisters Cliffs that we will see on our tour.
An overview of our route is shown below. Once a booking is made, a detailed tour information booklet describes the route and tour in detail.