About Battle HonoursWe walk the battlefields. In our view the best way of understanding warfare from down the ages is get out on the ground and walk in the footsteps of the men who fought in years past. These walks off the beaten track also enable discovery of quiet reflective areas inaccessible to large coach parties.
Dynamics. Our scheduled tour groups rarely exceed 20 participants. This ensures a quality guide to customer ratio and helps promote a convivial atmosphere and foster lasting friendships, with many customers returning to tour together year after year.
Personal visits. We guarantee personal visits that are more than a snatched two minutes in a cemetery. We would rather take the time to study the ground your relative or soldier of interest fought across, putting their efforts into perspective. By remembering one we remember them all.
Our Guides are not just Guides. They are your hosts, tour leader and entertainer. All tours will be lead by Company founders Clive, Julian or another badged member of the Guild of Battlefield Guides. This standard of guiding is now the benchmark for Quality in the craft of battlefield Guides.
No hidden charges and tour optional costs. We have a policy of Bed and Breakfast that allows you choice in the evening, according to your budget and style. Advertised museums are included.
With over an 80% repeat booking and now in our tenth season of offering small group quality tours to fields of battle across the globe, we are confident we can offer just the tour experience you deserve.
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Graded Walk System
Many of our tours are walking tours, these can be over undulating ground and sometimes involving climbs and descents, this enables us to reach locations simply not possible in a vehicle and are very often rewarded with breath taking views.
To assist you in deciding how ardous the walks are we have adopted a traffic light system in grading each walk, typically these would be as follows;
Loos Walk - Sniper House to Loos Village Square - 3/4 KM, walking on roads and tracks, level to slightly sloping ground Green Walk
Asiago Walk - Tattenham Corner to Asiago - 6/7 KM, walking on roads, tracks and through woodland, some undulating ground. Amber Walk
Rhodedendrum Ridge, Gallipoli Walk - Canuk Bair to Outpost No2 Cemetery - 4/5 KM, sharp descent, walking on narrow tracks with frequent ups and downs, steep drops on either side of the track Red Walk