If you have had an earlier experience of missing your way in any location, you do not need to worry again as Seek South West is here to help you enjoy the dazzling sights of Devon and its hospitality, by providing you with the right information and guides. Here are some wonderful locations in Wiltshire and how to get there.
The Stonehenge is one of England longest surviving prehistorical monuments. It dates as far back as 3,800 give or take 275 years. It is 2 miles west of Amesbury and 8 miles to Salisbury on the north. It consists of a set of rough-cut stones, arranged in two concentric circles, with some measuring as high as 20 feet. It is listed number 1 place to go on the list of 8 things to do in Amesbury. The parking arrangement is continent and there is no queue. So, even if you come behind schedule, you will get in without much fuss. Adjacent the Stonehenge is a small museum that is very informative. Goof for the kids
Address: 2 Miles West of Amesbury, Amesbusy
Telephone: +44 370 333 1181
Link tomap guide for Stonehenge
Nature lovers and animal watchers will love this wildlife reserve. The tour guide Mike is very knowledgeable and will educate you on every feature and animal at the park. The environment embodies all that is relaxing and reassuring about nature. The animals include lions, giraffe, monkeys. Guest may also feed a deer, snake (if you are brave enough) and sea lions. The well-maintained park is a must-visit om Wiltshire.
BA12 7NW, England
Telephone: +44 1985 844 400
Link to map guide for Longleat Safar & Adventure Park
This park may be call the New Forest, but it is anything but new! It has been so called since 1079, the time of William the Conqueror. However, the history of the forest goes back even further. Its Anglo-Saxon name is Ytene, “The land of Jutes”. Since 2005, it has become a national park because of its natural beauty, cultural heritage, wildlife and opportunities for fun. At New Forest, there is no shortahe of activity; rom woods walking to cycling, horse-riding and coast exploration.
Address: South West Hampshire,; it lies between Southhampton Water in the east and to the west in Avon Valley. It stretches to the corner of Wiltshire chalks down in the north and Solent Coast in the South.
Link tomap guide of New Forest
If you love waterways and canals, the Kennet and Avon Canal is a waterway that runs 87 miles in length. It is formed together by the linking two navigable rivers with a canal. It is 450 Ft above sea level with a maximum boat beam of 4.11m. The canal is managed by Canal and River Trust. The canal has interesting activities for guest which includes walking, riding, picnicking and gongoozling. It makes an amazing Saturday afternoon visit
Address: The Canal links London with the Bristol Channel and traverses though some amazing landscapes as well as West Berkshire and the undulating Cotswolds.
Link to map of Kennet & Avon Canal
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