If you are a lover of the great outdoors you will find a host of incredible sightseeing tours in the Lake District.
One of England’s most treasured possessions, the Lake District is known for its natural beauty, its rolling fells, and of course its glistening lakes.
If you are ever planning to visit the Lake District then you must gather details of the top sightseeing tours in the Lakes before you arrive.
The Lake District is the perfect holiday destination for nature lovers as by coming here one can enjoy the beautiful natural scenario amid moderate climate which makes the tourists feel like heaven. In order to get the maximum fun out of your break in the Lakes, why not a rent a luxurious and romantic hot tub holiday cottage in Windermere?
Besides historic sightseeing destinations, visitors can check out amazing museums in the Lakes, including the Windermere Steamboat Museum where the visitors can explore world's best assortment of steamboats.
Visitors can indulge their passion for water sports such as kayaking and canoeing and scuba diving. Kayaking and canoeing are the perfect option available to explore the natural beauty of the river and the rugged streams.
This region is emerging as a popular holiday destination for those craving for outdoor sports as visitors can enjoy here sports such as wind surfing. Visitors can enjoy wind surfing only under professional supervision of an expert wind surfer who is dedicated to make the visitors enjoy wind surfing in a safe manner.
Visitors can choose to eat in their holiday cottages or go out and sample some of the excellent local food in the pubs and restaurants of Bowness and Windermere.
Tourists can enjoy here an extensive range of adventure activities such as rock climbing, canoeing, abseiling, sailing, and mountain biking. So it can be concluded that the Lake District is the perfect place to go on a family holiday and rent a holiday cottage in Windermere.
Top sightseeing tours in the Lake District include:
Dove Cottage, once the home of famous Lake District resident and poet, William Wordsworth, and Hill Top at Sawrey, which was the residence of children´s author, Beatrix Potter. Both houses are open to the public, and Potter´s home has changed little since she died in 1943. Both authors were inspired to write many of their famous books and poems while living in the Lake District, and Beatrix Potter left her house to the National Trust before she died, on the condition that they left it exactly as it was and opened it to the public.
If you enjoy boating but don´t want to exert yourself, buy a ticket for one of the steamers which cross the lakes regularly, and you can hop on and off wherever you choose. Sightseeing excursions and tours of the Lake District can also be arranged from Bowness Bay, and wherever you are staying in the region, you can get from A to B with relative ease.