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For the more adventurous among us there are endless opportunities in South Wales. With the stunning Gower Peninsular and Brecon Beacons National Park on the doorstep, this beautiful scenery is perfect for the adventure holiday of a lifetime. Kayak, walk, stargaze, surf, climb or cycle - the choice is yours.
The capital city Cardiff is unexpectedly a great place for adventure activities too. The International White Water Centre is situated right in the bay and offers white water rafting, as well as indoor surfing, high ropes, canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, hot dogging and more.
Just an hour away from Cardiff is the beautiful Gower Peninsular. Why not take a boat ride out to Oxwich Bay for amazing nature watching opportunities – the resident grey seals pop out of the water, rare birds swoop overhead and look out for dolphins! Or you could kayak or climb around the coast, it’s up to you.
After a busy day of activities, lie back and watch the stars in the Brecon Beacons. Accredited as an International Dark Sky Reserve, the stars here are breath-taking, the perfect way to end your trip to South Wales.
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Day 1: Arrival in Cardiff
Today you will arrive in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales and have the evening free to relax in your hotel or explore the city.
Day 2: Cardiff
Today you can take yourself on an adventure in Cardiff. You could go on one of the many themed walking tours of the city, or spend some time in the Cardiff Market, which has occupied the same site for over 100 years and is well worth a visit and has a wide range of Welsh produce on sale. Cardiff Bay, the largest waterfront development in Europe, is a very popular spot to visit with its variety of restaurants and cafés and is home to the National Assembly for Wales. In Cardiff Bay you can also find the Cardiff International White Water Centre which offers white water rafting, as well as indoor surfing, high ropes, canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, hot dogging and more.
Day 3: The Gower
Explore the stunning Gower Peninsular today with its golden sandy beaches, rugged coastline and plenty of opportunity for adventure. Book yourself onto a boat trip out to Oxwich Bay, where you will be surrounded by an abundance of wildlife including the resident grey seals basking at Worms Head or the nesting sea birds such as razorbills and guillemots. Sometimes you can even spot dolphins. Other options on this stunning stretch of coast include coastal walking & scrambling, sea-kayaking and much more.
Day 4: Departure Journey
Today you will depart Cardiff for your onward journey. Why not travel through the Brecon Beacons National Park, a rugged area full of adventure? This area has recently been accredited as an International Dark Sky Reserve, as it has some of the highest quality dark skies in the whole of the UK, making it the perfect destination for stargazers. It is great for walkers, cyclists and there are plenty of opportunities for canoeing and kayaking also.