Experience the charming English countryside, enjoy nature, and visit historical sites !

Great Britain hides a wealth of treasures visible to the trained eye of a hike leader and a Blue Badge Tourist guide. Don’t miss out on these!  As we wander through places of historic importance and unmistakeable charisma, you are not only going to experience the unchaining freedom of hiking in nature but also get to know the timeless stories of these places battled through kings’ reigns, wars and decades of prosperity.

Whether we are following in the footsteps of Christopher Marlowe towards his mysterious death in Elizabethan London or exploring Jane Austen’s Cotswolds, which we all know well from her novel Mansfield Park, the adventure is incomparable.


Join us for unforgettable experiences.

Your hike leader and guide is Ildi. She is a London Blue Badge Guide who has also completed her Hill and Moorland leader course and is preparing for her assessment. Areas covered as a Blue Badge Guide are: London, Salisbury, Canterbury, Cotswolds, Oxford, Stratford Upon Avon and Windsor. All other areas covered as hike leader.

Impact Travel Collective


Day Hikes

Jane Austen’s and Tolkien’s Cotswold’s

Join us on this stunning walk through this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Landscape Garden & Bridgerton Picnic

A stunning guided walk through one of England’s hidden gems

Neolithic and Bronze Age Avebury

Walk through this Neolithic & Bronze Age landscape

Oxford, a River, a Treacle Well & Inspector Morse

Walk through countryside, town and the dreaming spires of Oxford

White Cliffs & Castles

A scenic White Cliffs and Castles Historical Hike in the World-Famous White Cliffs County

Explore Churches

Harnham Hill, Britford & Salisbury Cathedral

A circular walk around Salisbury to celebrate the cathedral’s 800th anniversary!

History & Romance in the Surrey Hills

Gomshall, the Tillingbourne Valley, Shere, Albury Park & more!

Pilgrim for a Day Historical Hiking Tour

Follow the Pilgrims’ Way to Canterbury where once the shrine of Thomas Becket stood