There has never been a better time to explore the UK, with staycations becoming increasingly popular and the host of iconic attractions the UK has to offer, there is absolutely no reason not to explore the diversity of the United Kingdom. Not everyone has the time to take a weekend break or a longer staycation though, sometimes you just want a day out, and here are 40 of the best options for days out in the UK!
It should go without saying that to take a day trip you would need to be relatively local to these attractions, and there is nothing wrong at all in turning any of them into a weekend break or a staycation either, but if you are just looking for some of the best options for days out or day trips in the UK, look no further!
For our second last week of our big trip we headed to the Democratic Republic of Congo, or DR Congo for short. Another country I knew absolutely nothing about, but our first time in Africa.
On reading a little bit about DR Congo, I learnt it was very rich in gemstones, diamonds and gold. I thought it would be fun to make “diamonds” with the girls, they turned out great. The best part was we grew this diamond in only about 5 hours, so was fun to keep checking on it throughout the day.
Giraffe are endangered animal species in Kenya and mostly in Africa . The project “Giraffe Centre “ was founded in 1979 at Langata, Nairobi to support and protect them, especially the most threatened ones : the Rothschild’s giraffe. Open daily from 11am to 5pm, you will learn there more about this program .And get kissed by this gentle animal during feeding.
Giraffes are known as the tallest animal in the world . Their long necks about 2–2.4m (6.6–7.9ft) and legs help them to reach the leaves on tree-tops . They can run and speed up to 60km/h. And their favorite food are Acacia leaves . Their coat pattern serve them as camouflage in the savanna.
The Giraffe Centre is the creation of the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (A.F.E.W. Kenya). Not only do they rescue giraffes, they give also any visitors an opportunity to come into…
When Billy and I walked into the house my mother was in hysterics. We had no idea what she was crying about and then I saw movement in my peripheral vision. Turning that way I saw a giant spider. No wonder she was freaking out! I started wailing too and our noise was sounding like a rock song. The loudness must have scared the creature away because suddenly we were alone and Billy was rolling on the floor laughing.