Combine a trip on the ultimate rip-roaring adventure through the heart of the city of London with a meal at Bubba Gump for two.
This high speed boat trip on the Thames is wild, fantastic fun for all ages, voted by TimeOut as a ‘must do’ experience for Londoners and visitors alike.
Speed through London and zoom under the capital’s famous bridges and marvel at the various landmarks from your exclusive vantage point. Music classics are piped through the onboard sound system as you power on down the Thames and out towards the docklands.
The award winning guides and west end actors ensure sparkling highbrow banter as you speed past the MI5 building before holding on tight for an exhilarating trip to Canary Wharf and back. This is one thrilling boat ride!
Also included in this experience is a delicious meal for two at the Bubba Gump Shrimp restaurant a spectacularly decorated venue located in the centre of London and offering a choice from a set table d’hote menu. Guests dine in a themed environment with a vibrant atmosphere that evokes the heart and soul of the award winning film ‘Forrest Gump’.
Experience an action-packed 50 minute long round trip from the London Eye to Canary Wharf and a delicious two course set menu meal with a soft drink at the Bubba Gump Shrimp restaurant for two.
When can you go?
This experience is available on selected dates, November to February.
How long does this activity last?
This experience will last approximately 3-4 hours.
You need to know
There is no minimum age for this experience, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
This experience is not suitable for anyone who is pregnant. It is also recommend that anyone who has experienced any, past or present, back, neck or heart conditions do not take part in the experience.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
You and how many others?
This experience is for two people, there will be other people there on the day.
Family and friends
Unfortunately, this experience is not suitable for spectators.