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A Snapshot of Wales

Discover Wales with a 5-day tour from Cardiff to Bangor that combines guided excursions with transport and hotel accommodation. The ideal experience if you want to focus on sights not logistics, the tour introduces you to the Pembrokeshire Peninsula, St. David’s and Cardigan Bay, the Cambrian Mountains, and Snowdonia. As you explore, you’ll enjoy the company of just a few other likeminded travelers; numbers are limited to eight per group for an intimate small-group tour.
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Duration: 5 days
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Cardiff 1-day tour Gower Coast

With its golden stretches of sandy beaches, spectacular cliff top views and plenty of ancient monuments a tour around the UK's first 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' is a must.-Dylan Thomas Centre-Gower Peninsular: Swansea Bay-Mumbles-Caswell Bay-Langland Bay-Parc le Breos - Neolithic burial chamber-Rhossili (9th best beach in the world - TripAdvisor)-Weobley farm & house
  • Duration: 8 hours
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  • Duration: 8 hours
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Cardiff 1-day tour Wye Valley

A trail of discovery from the Roman fortress town of Caerleon, with its impressive amphitheatre and fortress baths, to the spectacular Wye Valley and the famous abbey ruins at Tintern & Raglan Castle.Caerleon: Roman AmphitheatreFortress BathsLegionary MuseumCaerwentTintern AbbeyAbbey Mill Craft CentreRaglan Castle
  • Duration: 8 hours
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  • Duration: 8 hours
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Snowdonia Scenes Private Day Trip from Bangor

The windswept coast, wild rivers, and jagged peaks of Snowdonia National Park lie just south of Bangor. On this private tour, explore the magnificent landscapes at your own pace, stopping to admire views of Wales’ highest mountain, Mount Snowdon; walk through glacial valleys; and visit the UNESCO-listed medieval castle of Caernarfon.
  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Duration: 8 hours
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The mythical West Wales tour

This is an area of ancient history and myth. West Wales is where the valleys begin to widen and the landscape starts to lend itself to farming more than industry. This is the area of South Wales where you are more likely to hear the Welsh language used in the street as a first language.The area is dotted with quaint old towns and picturesque villages which seem untouched by time. The South West is the home of Pembrokeshire coast national park, and is an area renowned for the beauty of its beaches and coastline. For the lovers of castles there many to discover with Carreg Cennen, Pembroke and Kidwelly being three of the most impressive.An example of a tour could be visit to the wonderfully preserved Norman Castle at Kidwelly, followed by a stop off at Dylan Thomas’ former home at Laugharne followed by lunch in the beautiful medieval port of Tenby. Also marvel at the size of Pembroke’s Norman Castle, the home and birth place of Henry the 7th.
  • Duration: 4 to 10 hours
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  • Duration: 4 to 10 hours
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Castles, Coast & Celts

Step into a world of castles, coastland, and Celts during this 7-night tour of Wales from Cardiff. Traveling in an intimate group of just eight people, you’ll explore cities such as St. Davids along with rugged coastal locales and national parks like Snowdon with a guide. Rest each night in hotels, and enjoy a daytime mix of guided tours and free time to help you get the most out of each site.
  • Duration: 8 days
  • Duration: 8 days
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Explore a forest trail and enchanted castle in north Cardiff

A wooded hillside, near to a major motorway is hardly the place you’d expect to find an enchanted fairy-tale castle, but just a few miles from Cardiff, is one that rivals those found anywhere in Bavaria. Castell Coch, with its red sandstone walls and conical towers, perched on a clifftop amid stunning deciduous woodland is a fine place to go for a walk. This 5.5 mile walk is a lovely stroll through woodland, ancient railway lines and a ridgeway walk with mouth-watering views across the valleys, Cardiff and the Bristol Channel.
  • Duration: 4 hours
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  • Duration: 4 hours
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Cardiff Flight Tour in a Private Plane

Board a small plane with a private pilot and share together the cost of a unique flight with stunning views over Cardiff.Your Wingly pilot will happily share with you their passion for flying and take you on an unforgettable journey above the beautiful landscapes of Wales. Fly over the South Wales coastline or take a trip over the Brecon Beacons.Please note that the flight schedule is subject to changes depending on the pilot’s availability.Wingly is a Flight Sharing platform. This is not a commercial flight but a private flight operated under the European cost sharing rule (EASA). We provide an insurance by Allianz on each flight.Be aware that cost-shared flights don’t have the same safety rules as commercial air transport flights. The risks involved can be higher, as private pilots are not subject to the same level of continuous checks and strict oversight rules from the authority. They still apply safety checks for every flight and are responsible for passengers safety.
  • Duration: 1 hour
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  • Duration: 1 hour
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Walk the stunning river Wye valley and ancient Tintern Abbey

There are undoubtedly few rivers in the UK that come anywhere near to the beauty of the River Wye. The fifth longest river in the UK rises in the remote uplands of Mid Wales and flows through often mind-blowing scenery to the Severn Estuary. The designation of the Wye Valley as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty must have been an easy one. Its unique habitat for wildlife has also earned its status as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and Special Area of Conservation (SAC). This 8.5 mile walk takes in many of the rivers classic features including rural farmland, clifftop views, ancient woodland and the majestic, almost 900 year old Tintern Abbey. The walk passes through the picturesque village of Tintern where you will have the opportunity to rest on the banks of the river and watch its beauty pass by, whilst enjoying some tasty Welsh snacks.
  • Duration: 6 hours
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  • Duration: 6 hours
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Welsh Discovery

Discover Wales - your own way. Forget destinations that are over-run with tourists and explore this beautiful country at your own pace.This tour allows you complete freedom to pick and choose exactly where you want to go and what you want to see. Your CADW Explorer Pass allows you access into a great number of Wales' historic sites and attractions, whilst driving yourself allows you to take off the beaten tracks to create your own adventures.
  • Duration: 9 days
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  • Duration: 9 days
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Isle of Anglesey Private Day Tour from Caernarfon

Join this private driver-guided day trip on the Isle of Anglesey including hotel transport from Caernarfon. Anglesey is the perfect place to start exploring Wales, following the island's rolling countryside and infinitely varied coastline.
  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Duration: 8 hours
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Walk the Brecon Beacons Waterfall Trail

This low-level 5.5 mile walk takes you along riverside scenery, with steep sided valleys and four breath-taking waterfalls. In a National Park renowned for its sweeping, barren, mountain scenery, high peak lovers are in danger of missing out on this hidden gem. This pocket of dramatic limestone scenery lies south of the upland plateaux of Fforest fawr. Geological faults and water erosion have produced a series of deep, narrow gorges, sheltered by impressive woodland and randomly broken up by a succession of gushing waterfalls. The highlight of the area is Sgwd yr Eira, where it’s possible to venture right behind the gushing torrent of water. This walk is a completely different experience to the windswept escarpments of the mountains, but the scenery is marvellous and the generally sheltered nature of the terrain makes it an ideal outing for those days when cloud obscures the peaks.
  • Duration: 5 hours
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  • Duration: 5 hours
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Walk the beautiful Wales Coast Path (Cardiff area pick up)

Wales is the only country in the world with a continuous path around its entire coast. The Wales Coast Path compromises 870 miles of unbroken, often breathtakingly beautiful walking. Smack bang between two of Wales largest cities lies a sumptuous strip of the Wales Coast Path that is both beautiful and refreshingly unspoilt. Sitting next to the Bristol Channel, this impressive stretch of coastline encompasses wildlife rich river estuaries, sandy beaches, limestone cliffs, rock pools and sweeping ocean views. This 7.5 mile walk starts near Ogmore Castle, a 12th century Norman fortification that lies in the pretty Ogmore valley. The walk then proceeds along the wildlife rich Ogmore estuary, home to an array of birdlife including many waders, ducks, birds of prey and even otters. The main stretch of the walk runs parallel to the sea along sandy beaches and clifftop paths where the North Coast of Somerset and Devon will feel within touching distance.
  • Duration: 5 hours
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  • Duration: 5 hours
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Climb the Brecon Beacons highest mountain, Pen-y-fan

This 5 mile walk takes you to the spectacular roof of South Wales by climbing to the top of the highest mountain in southern Britain, by the shortest route possible. Pen-y-fan (886m) sits in the central Brecon Beacons National Park, commanding sweeping views for miles in every direction. This popular mountain attracts visitors from all over the world, and you’ll see why. As well as being a favourite with the military for training and navigation, the summit is a beautiful spot for a picnic and capturing that special moment with your camera. Once at the top your breath will be taken away by the beauty of the National Park, where in every direction you can see lakes, mountains and forests. There you will enjoy a picnic as you savour the surrounding panoramas, whilst Ravens fly by at eye level. Your experienced guide will ensure you have a fascinating learning experience during your trip to this stunning part of Wales
  • Duration: 5 hours
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  • Duration: 5 hours
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The wildlife and history of Gwent walking tour

An easy 4.5 mile walk for wildlife and history lovers. Start the day on the Crumlin Arms section of the beautiful Monmouthshire and Brecon canal where you will have sweeping views over the Ebbw valley. Look out for Kingfishers and Herons as you learn about the history of the valley and how the Industrial revolution shaped the area. You will then drive to the port city of Newport where you will stop for lunch beside the iconic Newport Transporter Bridge. Built in 1906 the impressive structure is one of the only bridges of its type left in the world and was an instrumental crossing point of the river Usk during the 20th century. From there you will head to the Gwent Levels, a unique landscape of fields, drainage ditches and sea shore, classed as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Your guide will take you to Goldcliff Lagoons, a collection of man-made lagoons lying next to the Bristol Channel. This special place is home to a vast array of birdlife.
  • Duration: 5 hours
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  • Duration: 5 hours
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Hike to a WW2 memorial in the beautiful Brecon Beacons

If there is one walk that sums up everything that is good about walking in the Brecon Beacons, it would be this one. A poignant area of the park that contains the site of a fatal WW2 training exercise, where a Canadian military plane crashed in poor weather, this area encapsulates almost every type of environment found in the National Park. The 5.5 mile walk includes high peaks and escarpments, typical of the area’s mountain scenery. The path crosses moorland and waterfalls with views that will remain in your memory for a long time. At the halfway stage you’ll get a sneak peep at the parks highest peaks to the West as well as a birds eye view over Cwm Oergwm, one of the most spectacular valleys in this wild remote land. The walk passes the forlorn wreckage of the Canadian war plane and the fitting memorial to those who perished. The final stages of the walk follow a delightful upland river where the walk along its banks passes numerous small waterfalls.
  • Duration: 5 hours
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  • Duration: 5 hours
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