Private Chauffeur Punt Tour

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  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 50 min

Enjoy a tranquil and personal experience on your own private punt. By selecting this private tour option, you and your group will have the luxury of the entire punt and the full attention of our experienced chauffeur. See some of the most famous Cambridge Colleges such as King’s, Clare, Trinity and St John’s as you and your group are punted along the River Cam by your very own private chauffeur.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Traditional Punting Company

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At:

You and your group will check-in at our Landing Stage at La Mimosa, Thompsons Lane, Cambridge. You will be shown to your boat at your selected departure time.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: The River Cam

The tour is on the River Cam in Cambrdge, lasting approximately 50 minutes. During this time you will see seven different colleges and nine different bridges, arguably some of the famous famous architecture in this historic city of Cambridge.

Duration: 50 minutes

Pass By: Bridge of Sighs

Travel under the Bridge of Sighs and the Wren Bridge whilst gliding past St Johns College.

Pass By: St. John's College

See the New Court (the wedding cake buidling) and the famous Boston Ivy.

Pass By: Trinity College

The oldest, largest and most prestigious college in Cambridge. Glide past the Wren Library and under Trinity Bridge.

Pass By: Clare College

Second-oldest surviving college of the University - glide past the famous Clare Gardens.

Pass By: King's College Chapel

World's tallest fan vaulted ceiling.

Pass By: King's College

This college was founded in 1441 by Henry VI - glide past the most iconic sigths in Cambrigde, including the Front Court and Chapel.

Pass By: Queens' College

This College was founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou and refounded in 1465 by the rival queen Elizabeth Woodville. Spanning the river Cam, it is colloquially referred to as the "light side" & the "dark side", with the Mathematical Bridge connecting the two.

Pass By: Mathematical Bridge

A popular fable is that the bridge was designed and built by Sir Isaac Newton without the use of nuts or bolts.
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