Take an open-top safari with grandstand views of the scenery, animals and villages of the New Forest National Park.
Tours run daily from 27th June to 13th September, with a choice of three routes: Red (the wild northwest), Green (the beautiful southeast) and Blue (the coastal southwest).
From the top deck you'll enjoy tree-top views of the National Park, with roaming animals, wide open heaths and ancient forest.
Special audio commentaries tell the stories of the people and places of the New Forest - with characters, sounds and music bringing the view to life.
On the open-top Tours you'll get a birds eye view of the landscape and a better chance of spotting the beautiful animals of the New Forest - including deer and rare birds, pigs and donkeys, and of course the famous ponies.
Hope on and off all day
You can hop-on and hop-off wherever you like and catch another bus later on - or switch between Tour routes - all on the same ticket.
Walk or cycle part of the way and then jump back on the Tour (up to four bikes carried free). There's a great network of cycling and walking tracks.
There are easy bus, train and ferry links to the New Forest from surrounding towns and cities with free bus and ferry travel on some routes.
Lyndhurst – Burley – Ringwood – Fordingbridge – Sandy Balls – Ashurst– New Forest Wildlife Park – Lyndhurst
The Red Route takes you around the fragrant heaths and scattered woodland of the wild northern part of the New Forest National Park, through the storybook village of Burley and the historic towns of Ringwood and Fordingbridge...
Lyndhurst – Brockenhurst – Lymington – Beaulieu – Exbury Gardens– Hythe Ferry – Lyndhurst
The Green Route explores the charming south east of the New Forest National Park including Beaulieu - with its historic abbey, Palace House and National Motor Museum - and Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway...
Lymington – Brockenhurst – Burley – New Milton – Barton-on-Sea – Milford-on-Sea– Keyhaven – Lymington
The Blue Route is your gateway to the beautiful beaches and coastal scenery in the south west of the New Forest National Park - the nature reserve at Keyhaven, the ferry to Hurst Castle and views across to the Needles...
Please refer to our map for further information on routes and how to find them.