Wales Tours & Holidays

Boasting untouched coastline, ancient castles and epic peaks, Wales is an outdoor lover's dream. 

It’s not just Wales’ natural beauty that’ll steal your heart. From charming villages that feel like a home away from home to the warm “Alright?” as you step into a cosy cafe, the people of this small but mighty nation are just as memorable as the scenery. Whether you want to conquer Mount Snowdon, discover mesmerising waterfalls, walk the wild Pembrokeshire Coast or explore impressive medieval fortresses cloaked in history, adventure awaits in Wales. Plus, with a local leader by your side, you'll also eat the tastiest Welsh fare, find the liveliest watering holes and learn about the ancient language, stories and traditions that contribute to Wales' rich culture.

Wales highlights

Castle of the Winds, the famous summit on the Glyders ridge, Snowdonia National Park, Wales, UK.
Explore Snowdonia National Park
Snowdonia National Park is home to the second-tallest peak in the UK. Venture up the mountain to tackle the peak on foot or take your time and explore the woodlands, rivers, lakes and waterfalls at the foothills. Snowdonia is jam-packed with history and culture, and there are plenty of quaint villages to unwind after a busy day exploring the great outdoors. 

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