|Total Days *
||Self-led £672-00** available all
||Guided £1001-00 *** available all
days include arrival and departure days.
** Price per person based on two people sharing
- £26-00 single persons supplement per night
*** Guided tour price with minimum of 2 persons – single
person’s Guided supplement is £329-00 **** additional non-walking days one-off cost for two people sharing.
walking holiday in Kent has been designed to help you discover the true heart
of Kent, its countryside, history and local crafts. Special attention is paid
to the counties orchards, vineyards and hop-gardens. This circular walking holiday
detours off to find the nooks and crannies of the county seldom visited by tourists
or the casual traveller or walker. You are invited into the rural heart of Kent
and its fascinating backwaters.
St Ethelburga's Well, Lyminge
arrival at Canterbury, you will be met by a Walk Awhile tracker and taken to your
first nights accommodation close to the cathedral and the ancient city of
Canterbury. The first afternoon allows time to explore historic Canterbury and
visit the shrine of Thomas à Beckett.
walk leaves Canterbury following the footsteps of the Pilgrims to the Kent coast.
The journey crosses Watling Street at Bridge into the chalk down-lands of the
Elham valley, passing Oswalds House where Joseph Conrad lived and died..
the walk follows the course of the Nailbourne it passes through the picturesque
villages of Elham and Lyminge, which provide rest breaks in the journey through
the Elham valley. Leaving the white cliffs of Dover behind as it follows the North
Downs, the route passes through the village of Postling where Conrad wrote Lord
Jim and explores some of the most scenic areas of the Kent Down's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) until the beautiful market town of Wye is reached.