Walking Holidays

Explore the natural beauty of Wales with a walking holiday! Enjoy rolling green hills, towering mountains, rugged coastlines and much more! Wales is famous for its stunning scenery and what better way to appreciate it than through a nice walk. Whether it’s a short stroll or a week-long hike - we have walking holidays to suit everyone that really gets you in touch with nature at the heart of this beautiful country. Home to 3 major National Parks – Snowdonia, Brecon Beacons and The Pembrokeshire Coast the options for walking are diverse and plentiful. Small traditional villages and towns line many of the popular walking routes for well-deserved pit stops, local cuisine and to explore the area a little! 

Essential Cardiff Walking Tour

This definitive guide of Cardiff is the perfect way to get to know the Welsh capital. Travel through history as you learn the secrets of the city, including Cardiff Castle, Bute Park & Arboretum, City Hall, Museum, city centre attractions, Cardiff Market, Millennium Stadium and Castle Arcade - one of the famous Victorian shopping arcades. The compelling story of the city covers over 2,000 years as you explore Cardiff’s extraordinary past and present, including the influence of the Bute family on the city. The Marquess of Bute is reputed to have once been the richest man in the world, and you will see his mark throughout Cardiff. Why not pair this tour with entrance to Cardiff Castle and a guided tour of the Castle at an additional cost for a full day in the Capital? Includes: Expert local guide Small group tour We can also include additional services as required, such as: Transfers Activity/ Attraction entrance such as Cardiff Castle Extended travel throughout Wales - pair with another itinerary to see more of the country Accommodation in or around Cardiff Any other services you may require  Please contact us for more information. 

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Offa's Dyke Path

There is nothing quite like the feeling of a walking holiday! Every day is somewhere different and you are not bound by the constraints of motorways, roads and cars - just the fresh air and stunning surroundings.  This two week adventure takes you along the Offa's Dyke path. Drawing in walkers from around the world this amazing pathway takes you close to the English border from Chepstow all the way to Prestatyn.  Take up the challenge and make your way through a diverse terrain. Following rivers and estuaries, passing ancient castles and picturesque Welsh villages, climb hills and down valleys with breath-taking views and a real sense of achievement; this is the holiday of a lifetime! Includes: 13 nights accommodation with a full Welsh breakfast  We can also include additional services as required, such as: Transfers Activity/ Attraction entrance  Guiding services  Any other services you may require  Please contact us for more information.   

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Snowdonia Hike

Anyone will tell you - if you are coming to Wales and you enjoy hiking then you HAVE to visit Snowdonia National Park! Home to the tallest mountain in England and Wales and a diverse range of incredible scenery, Snowdonia is like nowhere else!  Take a week away from it all and reach the peaks of towering mountains, follow pretty river paths, climb rolling green hills and descend into dramatic valleys, the sense of achievement is second to none, you will not want to return to reality!  As well as the walking you get a chance to see some lovely Welsh towns and villages and get a feel for the culture and a taste of the history too. Includes: 6 nights accommodation with a full Welsh breakfast  We can also include additional services as required, such as: Transfers Activity/ Attraction entrance  Guiding services  Any other services you may require  Please contact us for more information. 

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Want to explore further? 

Take a driver-guided tour into the very heart of Wales to explore more stunning scenery, spectacular views and off-the-beaten-track treats! 

Anglesey Driver-Guided Day Trip

Wild coasts and quiet surprises! Known as the ‘Mother of Wales’, the Isle of Anglesey is the perfect place to explore on a day trip with its rolling countryside and infinitely varied coastline. The coastline offers many opportunities for a rich experience – from Penmon with its lighthouse and Puffin Island, an historic lifeboat at Moelfre, seeing the seabirds rolling in the wind at South Stack (and another lighthouse) and then on to a beach stretching as far as the eye can see …well until you reach the ruins of St Dwynwen’s – the patron saint of Welsh lovers – on an island accessible at low tide. If the past is your thing, we can travel through history, visiting Iron Age and Celtic sites in an astonishing state of preservation to seeing a picture-perfect castle in its moat at Beaumaris. Don’t forget a stop at the famous village with the longest name in Europe! Includes: Knowledgeable local chauffer or driver-guide for the day We can also include additonal services as required, such as: Accommodation  Extended tours throughout Wales  Transfers from any entry points in the UK  Pick ups/drop offs at hotels  Please contact us for more information. 

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Brecon Beacons Driver-Guided Day Trip

Identity and Industry! Explore the vast and rugged Brecon Beacons National Park and surrounding area on this day trip and learn more about the industrial heritage of this compact but productive country! Visit the important ‘Big Pit’ National Mining Museum of Wales and discover how this part of the world became the heart of the Industrial Revolution and how the town of Blaenavon has now become a World Heritage Site. Also stop at the award winning Penderyn Whisky Distillery which produces Penderyn single malt whisky as well as a gin, vodka and delicious cream liqueur. Take a tour of the distillery and see where the whisky is produced, barrelled, finished and nurtured before getting a chance to sample some of the finished product. Includes: Knowledgeable local chauffer or driver-guide for the day We can also include additonal services as required, such as: Accommodation  Extended tours throughout Wales  Transfers from any entry points in the UK  Pick ups/drop offs at hotels Please contact us for more information.

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Conwy Valley Driver-Guided Day Trip

A feast of countryside and heritage! Follow the beautiful valley of the River Conwy and the countryside around it on this day trip, rich and fertile for food, farming...and history. Start in another of Wales’ World Heritage sites – the strategically important Conwy with its castle, walls, bridges and harbour. Next travel into the valley to visit isolated villages, with pretty houses, lonely churches and historic sites, where the Romans made their mark two thousand years ago. The Conwy Valley is famous for producing food of the highest quality and an innovative Bodnant Food Centre the showcases the region’s products but is also an opportunity to sample and learn about their production and development. We can also visit one or more farms during the day, to see at first-hand how our farmers and growers live and work. Includes: Knowledgeable local chauffer or driver-guide for the day We can also include additonal services as required, such as: Accommodation  Extended tours throughout Wales  Transfers from any entry points in the UK  Pick ups/drop offs at hotels  Please contact us for more information. 

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Elan Valley Driver-Guided Day Trip

The Welsh Lake District! The Elan valley is known as the ‘Welsh Lake district’, but we think it is even prettier! Consisting of five striking reservoirs built during the late 19th and early 20th century, this 70 square mile area of moorland, bog, woodland, river and reservoir is an internationally important wildlife site. We would recommend a stop made at the fascinating Elan Valley Visitor Centre, followed by a visit to the quaint Penbont House tea rooms. There are fantastic photographic opportunities on this trip, and it may be possible to see several different birds of prey, Kites and Buzzards are almost guaranteed, and ‘Eddie’ the Golden Eagle has been seen in this area. This tour will also pass through Cwmystwyth, heavy with Lead mining history. Includes: Knowledgeable local chauffer or driver-guide for the day We can also include additonal services as required, such as: Accommodation  Extended tours throughout Wales  Transfers from any entry points in the UK  Pick ups/drop offs at hotels  Please contact us for more information.

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Hinterland Driver-Guided Day Trip

An Introduction to the uplands of Ceredigion! This tour is designed to introduce the ‘Hinterland’ of North Ceredigion in Mid-Wales where remote lakes, isolated farmsteads, the protected Red Kite, hanging oak woodland with Redstarts and Pied flycatchers, forestry and open moorland abound. Hinterland usually refers to the intermediate land between the valley bottom and the mountain tops and is the name of a popular crime noir drama filmed in the area; and this day trip will visit some of these stunning, atmospheric locations! During the day there will also be the chance to visit the Rheidol hydroelectric power station and the Bwlch Nant Y Arian forest visitor centre which both provide introductions to major features of the glorious Rheidol valley with its 3 reservoirs and the lush forest. Includes: Knowledgeable local chauffer or driver-guide for the day We can also include additonal services as required, such as: Accommodation  Extended tours throughout Wales  Transfers from any entry points in the UK  Pick ups/drop offs at hotels  Please contact us for more information.

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Pembrokeshire Driver-Guided Day Trip

The Stunning South West! Known the world over for its renowned coastline, Pembrokeshire is a welcome retreat for walkers, hikers and those who just want to breath in that fresh Welsh sea air! Begin the day travelling along the stunning South Pembrokeshire coast to the popular harbour town of Tenby. There is plenty to explore here including the 13th Century medieval town walls, Tenby Castle, the Tudor Merchant’s House run by the National Trust and Tenby Museum and Art Gallery. Finally make a stop at Pembroke Castle, a mighty Norman Castle in a spectacular location on the banks of the River Pembroke and the birthplace of Henry VII. A boat trip to the fantastic Skomer or Caldey islands off the coast of the National Park can also be arranged. Includes: Knowledgeable local chauffer or driver-guide for the day We can also include additonal services as required, such as: Accommodation  Extended tours throughout Wales  Transfers from any entry points in the UK  Pick ups/drop offs at hotels  Please contact us for more information.

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Snowdonia Scenes Driver-Guided Day Trip

Mountains, castles and legends! The wild mountains of Snowdonia offer astonishing contrasts within a short distance. Travel through glacial valleys and see the huge impact of slate quarrying on the peaceful mountainsides, where vast workforces once toiled. The mountains themselves create an ever-changing vista of rock and clouds. You can choose a short walk to get closer… or a much longer one if you prefer! Amid these mountains were born the myths and legends that have inspired generations of locals and visitors and we will visit a real world–class big hitter while learning about this – Caernarfon Castle. The Castle and its walled town is a World Heritage site, and you can discover its immense history as you walk in the footsteps of the powerful men who once owned it. Includes: Knowledgeable local chauffer or driver-guide for the day We can also include additonal services as required, such as: Accommodation  Extended tours throughout Wales  Transfers from any entry points in the UK  Pick ups/drop offs at hotels  Please contact us for more information.

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The Valley of the Dee Driver-Guided Day Trip

A world class crossing by water!  Explore North East Wales on this day trip, into the valley of the Dee and the borderlands. Visit the cultural and attractive town of Llangollen, host to the International Eisteddfod (a renowned Welsh festival). The river is quite wild at this point and it’s a great pleasure to spend time on its banks watching canoeists battle their way through.Yet another stunning World Heritage Site is nearby – the famous Pontcysyllte aqueduct which takes the Llangollen canal soaring above the valley of the River Dee. You can visit Telford’s masterpiece from below or for those who want to brave the heights, you can walk across. Nearby are also the atmospheric ruins of Vale Crucis Abbey and the hilltop castle of Dinas Bran – the City of the Crow. Includes: Knowledgeable local chauffer or driver-guide for the day We can also include additonal services as required, such as: Accommodation  Extended tours throughout Wales  Transfers from any entry points in the UK  Pick ups/drop offs at hotels  Please contact us for more information. 

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