Tickets for all of Go Cotswolds tours from now until the end of March 2016 are now live on our website. This includes tickets for both our Brewery and Pub tour and our Cotswolds day tour. Click on the red “Book Now!” button above to take a look at when we’re touring over the course of the next few months. We hope that you can join us on a tour!

WanderlustSince we began our tours in July 2014 we’ve taken many people from different countries, age ranges, jobs and backgrounds. From students to professors, from Albania to Vietnam! We’ve even taken the house keeper of a very famous TV celebrity on a tour.

The one thing I can almost guarantee they all have in common though is that they are consumed by wanderlust. Wanderlust, as the dictionary definition above left explains, is a strong desire to travel.

For me, wanderlust is also the desire to explore and experience new places and cultures and this is something we aim to provide on our tours of the Cotswolds. The Cotswolds is the beautiful rural green England you see in the movies and by spending it with us we hope to feed travellers’ wanderlust on their visit to the area by not only getting to see the beauty of the area but experiencing it from a local’s perspective too.

A picture from the day Lisa & I met in The Clan hostel in Buenos Aires!

A picture taken the day Lisa & I met in The Clan hostel in Buenos Aires in 2007.

Wanderlust is something my wife Lisa & I are completely consumed by – travelling is something we’ve both always done and had a passion for. In fact, if it wasn’t for our own wanderlust we would never have met as we met in a Buenos Aires hostel in 2007!

Feeding this wanderlust is something we’re always looking to do and this is the reason we have no tours operating from 18th of January to 26th of February 2016 as we are on holiday.

Lisa & I in the Go Cotswolds minibus (the wedding car!) on our wedding day last September.

Lisa & I in the Go Cotswolds minibus (the wedding car!) on our wedding day in September 2014.

It’s not just any trip actually; it’s our belated honeymoon which we’re finally taking after getting married in September 2014!

We’ve chosen this time to go as it’s the coldest time of the year in the Cotswolds and the time we receive the least amount of visitors on our tours. Tours will continue to operate as usual up to and including Sunday 17th of January with the first tour on our return being on Sunday 28th of February.

Although we will not be operating our tours or providing any private hire between the 18th of January and 26th of  February you will still be able to contact us as we plan to answer all enquiries on a regular basis – this may take us longer than usual but we will always aim to respond within 3 days.

So if you’d like to join us on any of the tours on our schedule, you have an enquiry for private hire/charter tour before the 17th of January or after the 26th of February then please contact us as usual and we will get back to you as soon as we can!