Raf Croughton ITT works with various travel providers and tour operators, and your safety is our number one priority

The trips below are operated on our behalf by Sun Fun Coaches and they are taking a wide range of precautions to ensure the safety, hygiene and cleanliness of their vehicles and staff during the challenging period of Covid-19, including but not limited to all vehicles being sanitized with a fogging machine before and after every trip

Upcoming Trips

There are 500-acres of woodland, heathland and open space to immerse yourself in at Black Park. Located a stone’s throw from Pinewood Studios in South Buckinghamshire it’s packed full with family friendly attractions and activities to get you all outside and having fun

Exclusive Day trip from and back to RAF Croughton to Go Ape, Uxbridge for a 1.5 Hour “Treetop Challenge Xpress (suitable for ages10yrs+)” Experience. Price to include entrance fee and coach travel to and from event from RAF Croughton. The trip will provide ample time to view the event and to take lunch at the venues own cafeteria (not included in price) before returning back home to Croughton

Price for trip: $68.00 Per Person
Single Airmen $20.00
Deployed Affected: $20.00

Special discounted rate for Single Airmen/Women, and Deployed affected personnel of $20.00 (Deployed Affected and Single Airmen are permitted to bring one companion per person/family) 


Portsmouth was founded about 1180 when a merchant called Jean De Gisors founded a little town in South-West corner of Portsea Island. Jean De Gisors was a merchant who owned a fleet of ships

In 1194 King Richard I gave Portsmouth a charter (a document granting the townspeople certain rights), and by the early 13th century Portsmouth was described as ‘one of our most important ports’

In 1369 a military governor was appointed who was responsible for the defense of the town. However, Portsmouth was burned down 4 times during the 14th century during a period of almost continuous warfare between England and France

This exciting Day Trip to the ‘Naval City’ will depart from RAF Alconbury

Our journey to these historic and beautiful cities departs from RAF Fairford at 8am on Friday 4th September, collecting travelers from RAF Croughton at 9.30am. We will arrive in York at approximately 1.30pm after which the remainder of the days is yours to explore this wonderful city and the spectacular York Minster

Day 2 sees us depart our York hotel for Edinburgh after an early breakfast, again arriving at our destination of Edinburgh at approximately 1.30pm, with a planned stop en-route. This stop is likely to be in the town of Alnwick, described as a “medieval market town with twisting cobbled streets with an eclectic collection of individual shops.” Alnwick Castle is also known as the “Harry Potter Castle”, having been used as a location for ‘Hogwarts’ in the blockbuster movie franchise

On day three we make a Day Trip from Edinburgh to Stirling and it spectacular castle, crossing the Firth of Forth at Queensferry with a perfect view of the famous Forth Rail Bridge. Our return to Edinburgh from Stirling will take in a Whisky distillery, subject to availability and time, and gets us back into Edinburgh at approximately 4pm – after which we will enjoy free time for the rest of the day

Day 4 has a morning of free time before we depart for home around 1-2pm, with a stop en-route at the world famous Gretna Green – arriving back at RAF Croughton around 8.30pm and RAF Fairford around 10.15pm

Timings and visits are all subject to traffic conditions and availability

Departing Friday night/Saturday morning with travel to Holyhead for the crossing to Dublin. Arriving in time for lunch, you will be dropped off in the city Centre where the afternoon and night are yours to do as you please. This capital city has much to offer. You may wish to visit Trinity College and see the famous Book of Kells or Christ Church Cathedral, founded around 1030AD to set the tone before exploring the Medieval Castle. Be sure to listen to the music, sample the Guinness and kick back with the Dubliners as you go! Take a relaxing stroll by the River Liffey to see a quayside catwalk of shiny modern architecture standing shoulder to shoulder with some of Dublin’s most historic structures. In the evening, enjoy a pint or two with the friendly locals but remember you have the coach journey home!! You will be met again late at night and travel to the port for our sailing back to Holyhead in the early hours of Sunday Morning. It is anticipated the return to your pick up points will be around Sunday lunchtime.”

Admissions to museums and monuments are not included. Itinerary Subject to Change

Includes: Luxury Coach Hire / Return Ferry Crossing / Free Time in Dublin / Professional Driver

Please Note: In Dublin, children are not allowed in pubs after 9pm.  There is little for children to do after this time and the coach will not be available as the driver must rest

This extended Day Trip to the Dublin will depart from RAF Alconbury

This Day Trip to York enables participants to explore 2000 years of history, from the ancient walls of Roman York to the Viking remains of JORVIK and the grandeur of Georgian York.

Delve into York’s heritage or discover hidden attractions off the beaten track.  Enjoy a vivid food and drink scene and wander in and out of contemporary independent shops.  With more attractions per square mile than any other UK city, you’ll be spoilt for choice with fun things to do in York.

Whether you want to take in the majesty of the iconic York Minster, marvel at masterpieces at York Art Gallery  or discover the city’s grisly past at the York Dungeon, there’s an attraction to suit everyone.”

Entrance fees to local attractions are not included

This Day Trip to York will depart from RAF Alconbury and travelers must be prepared for an early start and a late return

A Day Trip to the beautiful Cathedral and University City of Worcester, in England’s West Midlands region. By the River Severn, medieval Worcester Cathedral houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters. At The Commandery, a museum traces the building’s evolution from the Middle Ages through England’s Civil War to the 1950s. The timber-framed Tudor House Museum focuses on life in Tudor and 17th-century Worcester, with displays on traditional brewing and weaving.  With such a fascinating history of industry, a wealth of interesting architecture and an unrivaled selection of high street names and independent boutiques, Worcester is well worth a visit.  After plenty of free time to explore, we take a scenic drive through the beautiful Malvern Hills

Entrances not included

Adults: £29. Children 11 years or under: £10

This Day Trip to York will depart from RAF Alconbury

We are delighted to be offering a Day Trip to the exciting English seaside city of Brighton, a resort located on the English Channel where there is plenty to see and do 

Sometimes known as ‘London-by-the-Sea’, Brighton is perhaps England’s best known and loved seaside town. A bustling and exciting place, it has long had a reputation for knowing how to enjoy itself

Visit the decadent Royal Pavilion and the iconic, exuberant Pier by Brighton Beach. Nestling between the Pavilion and seafront are the narrow, pedestrian-ised Lanes – the core of the old fishing village from which Brighton evolved. Old antiques shops mix with new designer outlets and bars, pubs and restaurants to create a lively, intimate atmosphere. North Laine is more bohemian, with diverse shops and cafés

Entrances to local attractions are not included. This trip departs from and returns to RAF Alconbury

The land at Belvoir was a gift from William the Conqueror to the family’s first recorded ancestor Robert de Todeni. One of his Norman barons, Robert de Todeni was William’s Standard Bearer in the Battle of Hastings in 1066

By 1464, the Wars of the Roses had taken their toll on the first castle, and it was more or less in ruins. In 1649, a second Castle was destroyed by Parliamentarians after Royalists had seized it during the Civil War (1642-1651). The third Castle, completed in 1668 to a design by John Webb – a pupil of Inigo Jones – was created for John the 8th Earl under the instruction of his wife, the Countess. James Wyatt, famous for his improvements at Windsor Castle, designed the fourth Castle.  Still standing proudly above the Vale of Belvoir, it was built between 1801-1832 for the 5th Duke and Duchess of Rutland

Melton Mowbray is a quintessential English market town built on a strong tradition of farming and fox hunting. Famous for its pork pies and Stilton© Cheese, Melton Mowbray is home to a fantastic number of food and drink festivals that take place through the year. These include the Melton Mowbray Food Festival, the Great British Pie Awards, the UK’s PieFest and the largest Artisan Cheese Fair in Great Britain

The Day Trip to Belvoir Castle and Melton Mowbray will depart from RAF Alconbury

Day One

We depart early morning and travel straight to Bets-y-Coed in North Wales where we hope to arrive late morning.  Here you will have the opportunity to browse the shops or have something to eat before we continue our journey to Llanberis in Snowdonia National Park, the largest and oldest National Park in Wales.  Time permitting you will have a few hours to explore and take in the beautiful views.  You may wish to take a train up Mount Snowdon (extra cost and pre booking recommended).  We depart Llanberis early evening and head to our hotel in the charming Victorian seaside town of Llandudno (subject to availability)

Day Two

After breakfast, we enjoy some free time in Llandudno before heading to Conwy Castle, one of the great impressive castles built in the 13th century by the English King Edward I to force his rule on the Welsh (admission included).  We depart mid-afternoon to arrive back at our pick up points late evening

Please note unless otherwise stated, admissions to museums and monuments are not included.

Itinerary Subject to Change