Snowdonia National Park is one of the most stunningly beautiful areas in the British Isles. Gloriously maintained and away from the standard ‘tourist trail’, our local guides will share the beauty of the area and help you discover Snowdonia, the rich local history and ensure that you see the vistas and landscapes that have inspired visitors for centuries.
Expect a day filled with sweeping valleys, winding roads and hidden villages as you follow ancient drover’s routes and discover Snowdonia and all it’s beauty. We’ll stop by Swallow Falls the highest continuous waterfall in Wales and explore Betws-y-Coed. For those feeling adventurous you could hike a section of Mount Snowdon, the second highest peak in the U.K. or one of our favourite things to do in Wales is take the Snowdon Mountain Railway to the Summit of Mount Snowdon for truly a very memorable train ride.
We can link in with the other fascinating local steam railways and perhaps even the National Slate museum or Ty Mawr Wybrnant, the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, the first translator of the Bible into Welsh. Calm villages like Beddgelert and Dolwyddelan will take you back in time and you’ll have the chance to walk around like a local.
Snowdonia also has a huge array of outdoor activities, from hiking to ziplining so you certainly can add any of these activities from our Family Fun in Snowdonia day into this day.
After our Cotswold adventure with CT&T we planned with Eddie to carry on touring through Wales; we spent 6 days exploring and it truly was a surprise. The Castles, beaches, food, the people, the adventure, history… I could go on Wales has something for everybody and Eddie’s guides knew all the hidden gems and all the right places to see. In my eyes Wales had just as much if n...
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