Seven days of Myths and legends across England, Glastonbury, Cornwall, Stonehenge, Avebury. Learn about King Arthur, Druids, Goddesses and Celtic Christians.
What to Expect
Pick up from Heathrow drive to Glastonbury in time to see the sunset on the Tor, have a lovely evening in Glastonbury town and settle into your B & B.
Tors Tour of the Tor Glastonbury, On day one we will start on Wearyall Hill, where The Christ family arrived two thousand years ago. Then we will go to St Margarets chapel - the original Mary Magdalene chapel - and to St Johns church to uncover the well-hidden artefacts. After a brief lunch break we will proceed the tour and go to the Abbey to find hidden proof of the early Christian knowledge and explore the Michael and Mary ley lines. From here we will walk to Gog and Maygog, the two ancient oak trees, which are over two thousand years old.
Tor’s Tour of the Tor Glastonbury, we will visit the Chalice Well gardens and the White Spring temple (closed on Wednesday and Thursday) from where we will continue on to Glastonbury Tor. Here we will visit the sacred standing stones, all part of the 3d labyrinth, one being the Egg Stone. After this unusual site, we will then take you the tree portal to the underworld hidden in the magical fairy woods at the bottom of the Tor. Here we will do an optional visualisation. We will still our hunger with a healthy lunch and then either head deeper into town for a guided shopping experience in our spiritual supermarket or go for a beautiful walk to Brides mound, home of St Brigid.
We will drive from Glastonbury to Stonehenge (journey to Stonehenge will appr. take one hour). After our Stonehenge experience, we will visit Woodhenge and further explore the area and its many burrows. Then we will go to Avebury (appr. 1 hour drive) to visit the immense stone circle, where we walk part of the serpent path, visit Silbury Hill, West Kennet Long Barrow and the holy spring.
A magical tour to Cornwall, starting from Glastonbury. We start in Tintagel at 9am where we will take you to King Arthur's Great Halls to meet, greet and connect. We will then go to Tintagel castle and Merlin's cave where we will do a visualization and have a small lunch (an amazing Cornish pasty). In the afternoon we will walk along the coastal path to Rocky Valley where we will sit and tune in with the Bronze Age Labyrinths. From there we will go to St Nectan's Glen, where we will stay until dusk. Here we will do a ceremony and tune into the goddess, after which we will walk home along the cliffs and hopefully will be granted a wonderful sunset. We will stay in Boscastle the night.
We start in Boscastle where we will visit the 'Underworld' shop, owned by Paul Broadhurst (co-author of 'The Sun and The Serpent') and his amazing wife Gabrielle, after which we will visit the famous Witchcraft museum (all welcome, witches and non-witches). Then we will go to the housed Holy well of St Anne (Whitstone) where we will have lunch. In the afternoon we will go on a walk to Valency Woods, where we will tune into the Green Man and visit St Juliot, the church in the woods, which is said to be connected to Mary Magdalen. On the last part of our guided trip we will walk back down to Boscastle and visit the site of the Boscastle Fort where we will watch the sunset. We will stay in Boscastle the night.
Drive across England down the Michael ley line to Heathrow, to pick up your plane.
- Accommodation, Bed & Breakfast, singles for singles, shared for couples.
- Transport, Airport Transfers.
What's Not Included
- Entry Fees, Lunch and Dinner.