- Antique Teddy Bears
- Cathedral Tours
- 4 Day - London, Canterbury, St Albans & Cambridge
- 4 Day - Winchester, Salisbury, Lacock, Bath, Glastonbury, Wells, & Coventry
- 4 Day - St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, Battlefield Abbey Ruins & Chichester Cathedral
- 5 Day - Chester, York, Ripon & Durham
- Image Gallery
- Devon & Cornwall
- European Tours
- Festival Tours
- Florist Tours
- Garden Tours
- Golf Tours
- Haunted Tours
- Ireland Tours
- Literary Tours
- London and the English Countryside Tours
- Methodist Tours
- Needlework Tours
- Other Sample Tours
- Pilgrimage Tours
- Potteries Tours
- Scotland Tours
- Theatre Tours
- USAAF Airfield Tour
- Vintage Car Tours
- Wales Tour
- Walking Tours
- Yorkshire Tour
Tour of Wales, UK
Join us for a tour of Wales to experience the history, culture and outstanding natural beauty. You can almost feel the past around you in today's Wales. There are 750 miles of coastline and 641 castles.
There are three National Parks in Wales covering an area of 4122 sq km. This represents approximately 20% of the land area of Wales. National Parks were created to protect the most beautiful and imposing landscapes in the UK. The three National Parks in Wales are Snowdonia, Pembrokeshire Coast and the Brecon Beacons.
Snowdonia - there are 100 lakes in Snowdonia National Park, 90 mountain peaks, 37 miles of pristine coastline and beaches, moors and wetlands and it has the tallest mountain in Wales.
Pembrokeshire Coast - it is unique in Britain as the only National Park that is predominantly coastal. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park covers approximately 240 square miles around the beautiful West Coast of Wales.
Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales - the skyscrapers are imposing sandstone bluffs over 470 million years old. The modern architecture is valleys and lakes formed by the last ice age and the traffic is sheep, hikers and the odd mountain pony.
Tour of Wales, UK - Sample Inclusions
- Visit beautiful National Parks with breath taking beauty in Wales.
- Visit picturesque cathedrals in Wales.
- Visit historic castles in Wales.
- Tour breath taking Peninsula's in Wales.
- Visit quaint towns and fishing villages in Wales.
- Opportunity to learn about the traditions and cultures in Wales.
- Take a Steam Train Ride through a National Park in Wales with outstanding beauty.
- Listen to a Welsh Male Voice Choir sing.
- Visit the World Heritage Site at Blaenavon, in Wales, where you will enjoy an underground tour of a coal mine dating back to the early 1800's, with guides who were former coal miners.
- If you enjoy reading a stop could be made in Hay-on-Wye to browse among the 18 bookshops, located in Wales.
- Opportunity to visit the picturesque waterfalls in Wales and this could include;
Aberdulais, which offers a unique blend of natural beauty and social history. It has long been a favourite visiting place for artists, writers and travellers.
Melincourt, a spectacular and beautiful 80 feet single drop waterfall, painted by Turner in 1794.
Henrhyd, the highest single drop waterfall in South Wales. A steep descent takes us to the foot of the waterfall from where it is possible to walk behind the cascade of water.
Blaen-y-Glyn,for a walk through the waterfalls area in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales.
- Aberystwyth Food & Drink Festival, perhaps base the tour dates around the festival. The historic market town of Aberystwyth, famous for its density of pubs and its picturesque seafront, is a perfect location for a festival of food and drink. There is a great mix of cookery demonstrations, children's entertainment and most vitally a fine showcase for welsh food and this will take place in September.
- Hear a Welsh male voice choir in practice.
- The National Eisteddfod of Wales - the Eisteddfod is a festival of Welsh music, literature, dance, theatre, visual arts, recitation and all types of culture in Wales. The first Eisteddfod was held in 1176, it was a grand gathering of poets and musicians at Lord Rhys' Castle in Cardigan. A chair at the Lord's table was awarded to the best poet and musician, a tradition that exists in the modern day National Eisteddfod. The Eisteddfod takes place during the first week of August every year and each year it's located in a different region of Wales.
- If you enjoy visiting castles, then the beautiful Wye Valley and Vale of Usk in Wales, has the most castles per square mile in Britain.
Car hire will be required for this tour and we can organise this for you, or alternatively we can provide a driver and private car, or a fully qualified registered driver/guide to escort you.