The English National Parks offer some of England’s most extraordinary outdoor living landscapes and to celebrate its rich culture, a brand new project is launching in 2019: The English National Park Experience Collection (ENPEC).
Supported by VisitEngland’s Discover England Fund, the new collection is made up of over 70 new immersive visitor experiences across nine of England’s National Parks. Carefully curated by local experts and designed for international visitors, the collection offers truly authentic and memorable experiences to capture the distinctive countryside.
Immersing into some of the UK’s most unique living landscapes and timeless rural life, visitors will journey through history, culture and countryside to see England in a new light. Living, breathing and becoming part of the Park’s special way of life via bookable experiences.
Designed to harness the growing demand for experiential tourism, the bookable experiences will partner with accommodation, creating tailor made easy to book options for the trade. From travel agents, tour operators, wholesales or guides, there is something in the mix for most buyers’ upcoming schedules or brochures.
England’s National Parks are treasured for their tranquillity, traditions, heritage and unique natural habitats. Geographically dotted around England, the Parks provide free access to England’s open countryside.
Protecting the most beloved landscapes and harbouring the most precious wildlife, they are a deep part of the fabric of England’s national identity. Making up 10% of England’s total land with an abundance of native wildlife-rich habitants. Visitors will leave feeling alive, inspired and refreshed.
There are nine English National Parks involved in the collection (Broads, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Lake District, North
York Moors, Northumberland, Peak District, South Downs and Yorkshire Dales) with each park offering a selection of experiences from active outdoors to foodie heavens.
Broads National Park
A watery wonderland, the Broads is Britain’s largest protected wetland.
Dartmoor National Park
A land of mist and mystery – steeped in folklore and a place of great literary inspiration.
Lake District National Park
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a National Park of epic proportions, The Lake District is home to Scafell Pike – England’s highest mountain – and Wastwater, its deepest lake.
Peak District National Park
Britain’s original National Park, the Peak District is a land of countryside revolution, stately homes, plateaus and valleys, right in the heart of England.
The full list of experiences will be available on the new English National Park Experience Collection website following the launch: https://www.nationalparkexperiences.co.uk/
The UK version will be live on 1st February and the German translated website will launch on 31st March.