United Kingdom

Why United Kingdom?

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The nation of United Kingdom is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is a study in diversity – the birthplace of Shakespeare and The Beatles, the financial and cultural hub of London, the site of Neolithic Stonehenge, the Roman spa of Bath, the centuries-old universities at Oxford and Cambridge…

Each of the four nations that make up Great Britain, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are distinctive in character, customs, food and language! Lose yourself in the undulating green hills and gorgeous coastlines of the South West of England or check out the football scene in Liverpool and Manchester or soak in the charm and pace of busting London with the many museums and historical significance… Get drenched in magic amidst the magical Glens and Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland or in the company of the Loch Ness monster or maybe sample Haggis and fine whisky in the Scottish Highlands… Adventure your thing? Head for the castles and and ancient forests of Wales for ziplining, coasteering, treetop walks, etc.


In short, whatever your interest, the UK has something for you – fast-paced cities, history, medieval villages, traditional food and drinks, modern nightlife, national parks, ruins, craggy mountains… Come Beyonder to this country where culture, history and modernity exist shoulder-to-shoulder – don’t trip on the usual…


United Kingdom Experiences

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Places to visit in the the United Kingdom?

London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is a bustling modern city that is one of the economic hubs of the world. Its history goes way back to Roman times. The city is home to many iconic buildings like the Houses of Parliament, ‘Big Ben’ clock tower, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Lord’s cricket ground, Hyde Park, London Eye, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, etc.


Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital – it boasts of a medieval Old Town, Royal Mile, Edinburgh Castle, Arthur’s Seat, and Calton Hill.

The Isle of Skye is famous for its landscapes, picturesque fishing villages, and castles.

Inverness is the cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands with 18th/19th-century cathedrals, churches and a Victorian Market.

Glasgow in Scotland’s western Lowlands is known for its Victorian architecture and is a cultural hotspot with various museums, the Opera, Ballet and National Theatre.

Lake district or the Lakes or Lakeland is a hilly region in the North West of England that is famous for its natural beauty and associations with Lake poets (like William Wordsworth), Beatrix Potter and John Ruskin.

Wales in the SouthWest boasts of a beautifully rugged coastline, national parks, and Celtic culture

Leeds is a hotspot for bars and live music venues under converted railway arches

Bath is known for its Roman-built baths – it is now a World Heritage site

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument whose purpose is still a mystery – it’s a set of standing stones arranged in a specific ring-pattern with each standing stone around 13 feet high, seven feet wide and weighing around 25 tons!

The famous University of Oxford in Oxford, England is the World’s second oldest university in continuous operation

Cambridge, a town on the River Cam is home to the University of Cambridge dating back to the 13th century


Must have experiences in UK

  • The many touristy sights of London
  • The environs and happenings at Hyde Park
  • The metro system that is the lifeline of London
  • The history ensconced in the Tower of London
  • The cultural scene in Shakespeare’s birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon
  • The medieval town of Cotswold
  • A tour of Oxford University
  • A whisky distillery tour in the Scottish Highlands
  • Take in a play/ theater in London
  • Cruise on the Loch Ness to try and sight the legendary Loch Ness monster
  • The craggy landscapes and nature in the Scottish Highlands
  • Long walks amidst the natural beauty of the Lake District
  • A literary tour in the Lake District in case you are an English Literature buff
  • Walking tours like the Beatles tour, Sherlock Holmes tour or maybe the Jack the Ripper tour

Things to note

The United Kingdom can be visited at any time during the year since the temperature is not too extreme during either summer or winter. However, spring and autumn, from mid-March to mid-June and September-November, is the ideal time to visit the UK when it is warm and dry.
We have created these experience capsules after travelling and experiencing this country ourselves. We can, of course, customize these to your requirement or interest areas – a holiday tailored exactly to your needs

Come Beyonder to the United Kingdom and take your pick of what to experience basis your interest area – culture, history, architecture, nature or adventure

Contact us to create a customized United Kingdom itinerary for your self

What our United Kingdom Travellers Say

PadmavathiBeyonder Traveller - United Kingdom

It’s really amazing, It’s like a fairy tale
Thoroughly enjoying it

Thanks to you all, Beyonder 😍

SajiBeyonder Traveller - United Kingdom

Myself and my family would like to thank “ Beyonder Experiences” for helping and guiding us in having a memorable vacation for last 8 days in UK. We really had an awesome time and enjoyed every moment!


I would like to make a special mention of the team who was immensely supportive and without which such a flawless execution would not have been possible. They were even available late into the day to listen  to us and answer our queries patiently.



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