There’s a sad coming… 18th September 2017.
That is the day when the London Duck Tours (LDT) will cease to operate.
Thames Water has acquired the amphibian vehicle’s launch pad near Vauxhall (and unfortunately no other suitable place has been found) so they can build the Super Sewer also known as the Thames Tideway Tunnel (which should help reduce the amount of raw sewage that goes in the Thames).That means that you have just a few days left to try this unique tour.
The concept is a brilliant one. You are given the possibility to see London from the Thames and from the road using one single vehicle so you can discover the capital from different angles and without any hassle. The tour lasts about 75 minutes and during that time you will see many landmarks such as: London Eye, South Bank arts complex, number 10 Downing Street (Prime Minister’s home), the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery and more.
It’s great fun and although we like London tour buses, this is definitely a much more unique way to visit London. And it doesn’t matter whether you’re young or not so young, you will enjoy those 75 minutes for sure.
If you have not yet been on the London Duck Tours, you can still make it.
You have until Sunday 17th September 2017 to book a ride in these highly recognisable yellow vehicles that will surely be missed.