People gathered at sunset on a Normandy beach remembering D-Day.

Journeys of Remembrance

Make your own journey with Remembrance Travel.

You can choose one of our scheduled tours or contact us to arrange a bespoke group tour, tailored to meet your needs. 

Our Journeys of Remembrance strike a balance between a traditional Battlefield Tour and the unique and individual purpose of a personal pilgrimage.

Each tour is accompanied by a Support Party, consisting of a senior member of the Royal British Legion, an experienced guide/tour manager, a Standard Bearer and a medic, to assist with the Acts of Remembrance which make our tours unique.

Visit the Remembrance Travel website for more information.

Libor Funded Normandy Tours

Normandy veterans are entitled to a free tour to the Normandy Beaches, funded by Libor bank fines. Each tour is accompanied by a medic and a guide from RBL. 

For more details, please visit the Remembrance Travel website.

Hear from those who have gone on their own Remembrance journeys

War Widows Grant-In-Aid Scheme

Any war widow or widower who has lost a spouse during overseas military service between 1914 and 1967 is eligible to make use of the government-sponsored War Widows Grant-in-Aid Scheme. This involves visiting the grave of a husband or wife, providing you have not done so at public expense previously.

Remembrance Travel has already helped 4,000 widows and widowers in such a way. Travel and accommodation costs are covered by the scheme, along with the cost of a carer and accommodation within the UK. Those wishing to make a return trip can also make arrangements through Remembrance Travel at their own cost.

For further information, telephone 020 3207 2321 or visit the Remembrance Travel website for more details.

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