Spring is always one of the best seasons to visit the UK. During the spring, you can expect to see some of the best natural landscapes in the UK and take part in so many wonderful and exciting activities. Here are 5 exciting things to do in the UK in spring:
Go Walking In Cumbria
One of the best places to go walking in spring in the UK is Cumbria in the Lake District. The Cumbria way runs through the heart of Lake District from Ulverston town on the shores of Morecambe Bay to Carlisle and the Scottish borders. To make sure that you don’t miss out on any attractions in this picturesque part of the world you should consult a British tour specialist. The passes and valleys in Cumbria provide breathtaking mountain views. Your walking tour in Cumbria must include exploring the iconic lakes of the renowned Lake District National Park such as Elterwater and Coniston Water. Skiddaw, the Langdale Pikes and the Helvellyn Range boast of stunning mountain views. And don’t miss out visiting Carlisle Castle and cathedral and famous Hadrian’s Wall. A walking tour in Cumbria in spring can surely be an experience of lifetime.
Do A Foodie Trip To Cornwall
Cornwall is always one of the most popular travel destinations in UK not only for its wide variety of beaches and stunning landscapes but also its wide variety of foods. During spring, the restaurants, bars and pubs offer some of the best variety of foods. Pasties, ice cream, cream teas and chocolates of Cornwall are renowned. You can find a lot of farm shops to taste some fresh, seasonal, locally produced fruits, vegetables and many other things.
Go White Water Rafting In Snowdonia
Snowdonia looks its best in spring and white water rafting is one of the most popular activities here. The Afon Tryweryn becomes magical in spring; the river is canopied with fresh oak leaves and wildlife is at its most active. So, you can expect to have great adventurous experience going white water rafting in Snowdonia during the spring.
Stay In A Log Cabin In The Cotswolds
One of the most unique and exciting accommodation options in a tour of the UK is staying in a log cabin in the Cotswolds; and spring is simply one of the best seasons to do so. The log cabins in the Cotswolds are located in gorgeous, remote natural landscapes. The making and decoration of these log cabins are unique and outstanding. You can expect to make some wonderful and unforgettable memories staying a few days in a log cabin in the Cotswolds.
Bird watching on Skomer Island
Watching some rare species of birds in their natural settings is always a great treat. From May to June, you can go to Skomer Island where around 350,000 birds live on the cliffs of this wild island off South-West Pembrokeshire. Some of the most beautiful and rare birds that you can see here include Fulmars, Razorbills, Puffins, and Guillemots. You should love the landscape of wildflowers in the island as well.