Your Authentic Cambridge Punting Experience
Your 45 minute journey will take your along the backs of the River Cam where we will share the history, legends, and eccentricities of Cambridge University. You will see seven of the colleges, nine of the bridges, and all of the most iconic views our city has to offer. At Cambridge Punters we strive to offer both a great a service and to maintain the tradition of punting. Your friendly, local guide will be one of the most experienced wits, raconteurs, and boatmen on the river. Versed in the arts of history, punting, and tall tales!
Affordability without the compromise!
Our shared punting tour includes all of the same sights, stories, and escapades as our private tour, only you share the boat with other intrepid explorers of Cambridge.
Spacious, luxurious, and fully customisable. Our private punting trip is just you, your chauffeur, and whoever you decide to invite. Best enjoyed with a glass of something cold and a picnic, this 45 minute trip will let you see Cambridge on your own terms.
Cambridge Punter News
The latest rumours, gossip, and goings on from the River Cam
7th February 2020
How to Ace Your Valentine’s Punt Date
With 12 years experience in delivering punt tours through Cambridge, it’s fair to say that we’ve seen our fair share of good and bad dates taking place on punts. And since this is the season of romance – we thought we’d pass on some of that experience to you, the discerning customer, to help […]
24th January 2020
A recent episode of the hit TV show The Mandalorian has led to an influx of enquiries to our customer service team. Have your R&D department finally developed ROBOT PUNTERS? The question of automation is a hot topic, so we decided to have our top punting scientists examine the footage to decide whether Cambridge Punters […]
10th January 2020
Happy New Year
Plough Monday has been and gone, and for most of Cambridge that means it’s back to work or study. And for those of us who keep everyone entertained during their down-time – it means another lull until the next half term. This, naturally, means that we are faced with the eternal crisis of the slow-season: […]