Guided Punting Tour For Two (£11) Four (£20) or Six (£30) at Cambridge Punting Tours (Up to 75% Off)
- Guided punting tours of the university colleges
- Blankets and umbrellas supplied if required
- Available seven days a week
- Punting trip with expert guide and commentary
- 50 minutes duration (approx.)
- Tour sets off from the Garret Hostel Bridge
Limit 1 per 2, 4, or 6 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Weather dependent. Please arrive 10 minutes prior to booking, those more than 20 minutes late may forfeit voucher and booking. Max. 6 people per booking, up to 12 in punt. Original values based on adult rate. Valid for option purchased only.
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Some people like sailing on calm seas, while others enjoy canoeing over rocky rapids, but most agree that, when it comes to water, it’s whatever floats your boat. All aboard with today's Groupon from Cambridge Punting Tours. Choose from the following options:• £11 for guided punting tour for two (up to 73% off)
• £20 for guided punting tour for four (up to 75% off)
• £30 for guided punting tour for six (up to 75% off)
Scooting under the Bridge of Sighs and sweeping past the gilded spires of King’s College Chapel, Cambridge Punting Tours allow passengers to dip their toes into the majestic world of Cambridge University. The company offers punt hire and tours along the river Cam, its expert guides sharing tales of the historic colleges and making a splash with their punting skills. Informative expeditions are available seven days a week, with guides packing blankets and umbrellas in preparation for inclement weather.
Whether they are a couple embarking on a Valentine’s Day treat or a crew of four or six jolly boatsmen, groups of sailors will enjoy an oar-fully big adventure on a river tour lasting approximately 50 minute. The tour starts at the Garret Hostel Bridge, where a knowledgeable guide will begin to provide commentary on the history of the university and its famous former students.