Cumbria is most famous for its beautiful Lake District and mountains surrounding the area. This beautiful, idyllic county is a haven for adventure seekers and nature lovers everywhere. Canoeing, rafting, hiking are all popular activities in the area.
Cumbria is also well known for its wildlife.

While hunting and habitat loss have greatly diminished the population of animals within the area, new wildlife laws and conservation efforts are slowly helping the animals recover and return to the area. ...continue reading Meet the Cumbria Wildlife

Summer is fast approaching... soon everybody will be back to the gym or to their jogging routes trying to get rid of their winter bodies and sculpt their figures back into their summer best.

Or others might not be too concerned with the way they look, but are more concerned about where they'll go next for their vacation.

There are many places where you can have your vacation--you can go overseas, you can go tropical, but why not stay in the UK and just go somewhere nearby to fit your budget?

You might get some ideas in this video:


But I suggest you go visit Cumbria... It's a beautiful place with much to offer. I know that just about every single tourism board will advertise their place as the best but I am not a tourism board...

I am just an individual person trying to tell everyone that I love this place. So yeah that all said, just for your consideration, here is what you can find in this lovely place.

Cumbria is in the area bordering to Scotland, on the most north-west of England. There are six districts, but despite this Cumbria is still one of the least populated areas in England or even the UK.


There are many things to see in the area--for one, Cumbria is home to the Lake District National Park, which is quite a large area around 30 miles across.

It has some of England's tallest mountains, and also some of our largest lakes.environment

There are many things to see in Cumbria--and there will always be something for everyone. There is no lack of things to do either.

There are outdoor activities for those who are more athletic--hiking, climbing mountains, swimming in lakes, wake boarding... Whatever it is you want, there is something to fill your craving.


For those who are more of the foodie kind, however, there are plenty of restaurants to choose from--from high end to mid range to lower end...

There will always be something delicious, and something satisfying. And of course there will always be something 'instgram worthy', if that is something that you enjoy doing.

For the artsy folk, there are museums all around. Many choices are available for any taste possible.

For the pet lovers, there are many pet-friendly places to take them--parks and all.

And for the kids... there are zoos and acquariums, amongst other places, so no matter what you and your kids will be entertained and there will be no bored, sad faces.

How to Get to Cumbria
Getting to Cumbria is easy--it is very much accessible by different transportation options. You can get there by road, by train, by air or even by sea.


I will cover this in more detail in another blog post, but for now this is all you need to know.

There is no reason for you not to make it here--there is always a way!