Fan attic, relaxed adventure with good history, a fun guide and a relaxing environment! Just wonderful!
About Canterbury Punting Company
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This is a great way to see Canterbury. The history of Canterbury is closely connected to the Stour River, and the Canterbury Punting Co experience is an excellent way to get really close to that. Our guide Peter not only offered excellent commentary but also...More
This punting tour is very worthwhile. You get to see parts of the city you wouldn't see by foot , and the history information given by our guide Harry was fascinating. We started our tour at the Water Lane cafe with an excellent coffee, while...More
A group of us took a very dear friend to Canterbury to celebrate his 70th Birthday. Among the surprises we had planned for him was a private punt tour. Ashley our Guide was extremely informative and gave us many interesting facts along the way. We...More
We wanted a river trip ,we got a really good interesting amusing and visually beautiful trip . Duncan was very friendly and an interesting guide ,he made it very pleasant to sit back and enjoy the river .
Had a lovely time on the river with friends. Sebastian did a great job of giving us lots of information with added humour (even naming the ceramic animals along the way) while punting along. Would definitely recommend it for something quiet to do in Canterbury!
As it was my dads birthday me and my sister came to Canterbury to treat him to lunch, we came across this tour and thought this would make it much more special for his 50th! The trip did not disappoint! Our guide was Venti(I think?)...More
We were extremely fortunate with the weather. The blue sky and warm sunshine made our punt down the Stour very enjoyable. Our guide, Sebastian, was very knowledgeable and clearly enjoys his history. He spoke with great passion and made us all feel very welcome aboard....More
We found this attraction tucked away from the main street and were glad we made the effort. On a beautiful sunny day, with a boatman who knew his history of Canterbury, it was money well spent.