Dartmoor Package Tours

Below are various tour packages we offer which can be customised to suit your time and budget. 

Our standard packages range between £300 and £350 for the day for 2 to 6 people.  Food and drink are not included.

Dartmoor Discovery

Let Tich your tour guide take you on a journey past farmsteads and field’s unaffected by time and learn about farming through the decades.

Hear about The Famous Dartmoor Ponies which roam freely in their wild state over the rugged landscapes and many tor’s – in all weathers alongside cattle and sheep.  Great photo opportunities as well as outstanding local knowledge.  Get in touch to book tich@properdartmoortours.co.uk

Hidden Hamlets and their Churches

Sit back and relax as you are driven across open moorland, down Dart,oor’s many narrow lanes passing through hidden hamlets enjoying landscapes and breathtaking vistas.

Visit the parish churches of Gidleigh, South Tawton, North Bovey and Sheepstor to name but a few.  Contact tich@properdartmoortours.co.uk for further info.

Wistmans Wood and the Devonport Leat

Walk up part of the Devonport leat and see where it is taken off the river Dart, then walk down past Wistmans Wood, an ancient Dartmoor Oak Woodland.

Lunch in one of Dartmoor’s pubs followed by scenic touring.  Contact tich@properdartmoortours.co.uk for further info.

In Search of Devon Cider

Visit a farm that has been making cider for over 300 years by the same family.  Then on to a farm that has a cider press over 400 years old, taste Tich’s homemade cider followed by some of Dartmoor breathtaking vistas. 

Get in touch to book tich@properdartmoortours.co.uk

Dartmoor Pixie Trail

Visit Pixies Parlour near Castle Drogo, a natural formation of granite rocks, then on to the other side of the moor to climb up to Pixie’s cave at Sheepstor.  Walk up to Pew Tor not far . from Sampford Spiney, where the King of the Pixies lived. 

Contact tich@properdartmoortours.co.uk for further info.

Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskerville’s

Visit some of the places that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write the Hound of the Baskerville’s, Princetown Grimspound and Wistmans Woods to name but a few.

 Contact tich@properdartmoortours.co.uk for further info.

The Three Hares Trail

Travel around Dartmoor and visit the churches that have the Three Hares as roof bosses and learn about the discovery of the hares all across the world.

Get in touch to book tich@properdartmoortours.co.uk

The Famous Dartmoor Pub Tours

Travel around Dartmoor’s pubs, Tich knows all the Landlords and Landlady’s names and even the dogs as well.  Tich, his father and grandfathers have been visiting some of these pubs for over 100 years.  How many can you and your party do?

Contact tich@properdartmoortours.co.uk for further info.

Deepest Devon

Visit a water powered 16th Century cornmill, then on to the milking parlour and dairy on the same farm.  Lunch at The Beer Engine, a pub which makes its own beer with viewing windows into the brewery.  Next stop an award winning farm shop and cheese processing factory followed by a walk by the river Exe.

Contact tich@properdartmoortours.co.uk for further info.

Port Issac, Boscastle, Tintagle

Travel down to Port Issac where Doc Martin is filmed, spend time walking around this quaint Cornish fishing village.  Travel up The Atlantic Highway to Boscastle and on to Tintagel, the home of King Arthur, returning home cross country to your accommodation.

Get in touch to book tich@properdartmoortours.co.uk

Dartmouth and Agatha Christie’s Greenway

A pleasant drive into South Devon and Dartmouth, explore its quaint shops and hear about the railway station which has never seen a train.

Take the ferry up to Greenway House the home of Agatha Christie the famous author of crime novels. After your visit Tich will meet you and continue on to the Stannery town of Ashburton for shopping and return over Dartmoor to your hotel.

Eden Project and Cornish Fishing Villages

Travel down to the Eden Project for a 2-4 hour visit at this marvellous attraction.

We will then continue our tour to Fowey. Hear about Mary Bryant who sailed on the first fleet to Botany Bay in shackles as a prisoner. We will cross the river on the ferry and move on to the fishing villages of Polperro with its narrow streets and Looe before returning home across the moor.