The cliffs of Dover might be England’s most famous, but the Seven Sisters, a series of white chalk cliffs meandering along the Sussex coastline, are one of the country’s most striking landscapes. Today we’ll explore part of the undulating trail from Seaford to Eastbourne. Cuckmere Haven offers the most impressive view of the glimmering white cliffs, whilst along the way we’ll pass the historic coastal cottages of Birling Gap and the candy-striped lighthouse of Beachy Head. We’ll be rewarded with a locally-sourced picnic of cheese, fruit and home-made pies, washed down with a flight of four locally-produced wines. Learn about the grapes and varieties from a local grower; roll them on your tongue and feel your cares roll away too.
This afternoon we’ll kayak the River Cuckmere, paddling our way towards the sea with our guide. As the river meaders along into the village of Litlington, we’ll pass woodlands rich in bird life, meadows of wild flowers and give a wave to the giant white chalk horse that overlooks the valley. Tonight we'll enjoy our final night together with a pub dinner. We’ll raise a glass to new friendships before returning to our lives relaxed, refreshed and replete with good memories.