Tours of Wales

Whatever you are into we can cater for in Wales! Whether its history, culture, sightseeing, walking, beaches, mountains or cities - there is something for everyone! See our wide variety of tour options below for some inspiration on how to spend your time in Wales! 

Cardiff Food Safari

Looking for more than a taster? Our Food and Drink safari offers a two course meal as well as tastings of Welsh signature foods, ethnic and continental foods. You will experience locally produced food as well as food markets and festivals. During the tour you will be guided around the city centre and Cardiff Bay, passing beautiful parks and key landmarks including Cardiff Castle, the Principality Stadium ‘the home of Welsh rugby’, the National Assembly of Wales - Senedd and the Millennium Centre. You will learn about different kinds of cuisine from sophisticated dining to traditional pubs and street food. The tour also allows you to get to know Cardiff better. On the menu you will find Welsh beers/cider, a range of tastings including laverbread, seasonal specials, Welsh cheeses and more. We also discover the wide variety of cafes, pubs, restaurants, shops and boutiques so that you can plan your visit to include the best food & drink, sightseeing & shopping!  Includes: Day tour of Cardiff with a guide Two-course meal and tasters along the way  We can also include additional services as required, such as: Transfers to and from Cardiff Activity/ Attraction entrance  Accommodation in Cardiff or surrounding area Extended tours of Wales Any other services you may require  Please note: This can also be booked as a private tour. If you would like to book this as a private experience for you and your group then please get in touch! We can also offer this tour privately in Welsh, French, Italian, Spanish & German on Monday – Thursday depending on availability.   
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Castles and Cruises

Enter the mysterious and legendary land of Wales with a short drive across the island of Anglesey (within a stonesthrow of the marital home of Prince William and Kate) before navigating to the mighty town of Caernarfon. Its sheer scale and commanding presence sets it somehow apart, and to this day, still trumpets, in no uncertain terms, the intention of its commissioner, Edward I. Begun in 1283 as the definitive chapter in his conquest of Wales, Caernarfon was constructed not only as a military stronghold but also as a seat of government and royal palace. After Caernarfon, we will journey into the Snowdonia National Park using carefully selected routes and taking you well and truly off the beaten track to viewpoints of wonder! No trip to North Wales would be complete without a stop at the pretty village of Betws-Y-Coed, right in the centre of Snowdonia National Park. We will visit another of Edward I’s Iron Ring in Conwy next, the famous walled town, before making a stop at one of the longest town names in the World for a picture with its famous railway station, the town of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch! Includes: Transfers from Holyhead port  Small group tour  Local professional guide  We can also include additional services as required, such as: Accommodation Extended tours Wales - add one of our other itineraries onto your day trip  Any other services you may require  Please contact us for more information.