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I’m not planning to catch the Tour for a couple of weeks, how do I know what the times are?
The New Forest Tour operates between 18 July and 31 August 2020 and our timetables can be viewed online on our timetable page.
How do I get to the Tour?
Bus travel from Southampton, Bournemouth and Salisbury is included free, when you buy your New Forest Tour ticket on board local buses from Bluestar, more or Salisbury Reds.
Ferry travel from Southampton to Hythe (on the Green Route) is included free, when you buy your New Forest Tour ticket from Hythe Ferry in Southampton (inside the Red Jet Terminal). Please note that free ferry travel only applies to same-day travel on Hythe Ferry.
There are train connections if you are travelling from further afield. Connect to the Tour at Ashurst, Brockenhurst, Lymington or New Milton train stations. More information can be found on our getting here page.
How long does the tour take?
The three Tour routes are hop on, hop off , which means you can choose how long your day will be.
If you don't want to get off the bus along the way and just want to admire the stunning scenery of the National Park, we would recommend that you allow at least 2 hours for a round trip on one of our three routes.
Do you allow dogs on board the New Forest Tour?
We love our furry friends and we are happy for them to travel for free, providing they are well-behaved. This is entirely at the discretion of the driver.
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, all customers travelling on the Tour will be required to wear face coverings and maintain social distancing.
Some customers may be exempt from wearing a face covering, a list of full exemptions are available here. It is advisable to carry a Helping Hand card to show to drivers and other passengers in case you are challenged for not wearing one.