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    Wales Tours

    Wales tours are an exciting travel experience in the British Isles thanks to pristine landscapes that are well suited to walking adventures. Walking tours in Wales can take you through Snowdonia's majestic mountains or along the country’s dramatic coastline, making for an outdoor experience you won’t soon forget. If you enjoy nature and history, then a trip to Wales will be the perfect active holiday for you.

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      North Wales Conwy Short Break Tour

      There is no better way to explore the wonders of Northern Wales than on foot. The 4-Day Self-Guided North Wales Conwy Short Break Tour invites you to do just that!

      4 days from $475USDDetails
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      Three Castles of Wales Walking Tour

      Explore Wales on a walking tour! The Three Castles Walk is a circular route about 19 miles (30 kilometres) long. Along the trail you will explore an undulating landscape of wooded hillsides and hidden valleys in North East Monmouthshire.

      5 days from $795USDDetails
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      Offa’s Dyke Path South Trail

      The 8th Century ruthless King of Mercia, called Offa, built a huge earthwork to define his territory. It generally followed the high ground with commanding views into the mountains and down into the valleys. Today, the remaining 80 miles of embankment forms the basis of a famous walk: Offa’s Dyke Path. Our walk follows the southern half of this trail from Chepstow to Knighton (±145 km).

      8 days from $925USDDetails
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      Snowdonia Slate Trail from Bangor to Caernarfon

      Inaugurated in 2017, this unique trail melds the industrial heritage of mining with the stunning landscapes of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. The loop navigates the terrains where Welsh slate and minerals have been extracted for centuries, weaving through mountain passes and descending into the towns that housed the laborers who worked these slopes.

      8 days from $1,495USDDetails
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      Offa’s Dyke Complete Walk

      Walking the Offa’s Dyke Path is one of the highlights of UK walking. Straddling the English-Welsh border, this walking path allows you to explore the rolling hills, majestic castles, country churches, Iron Age hillforts and charming villages and pubs of one of the prettiest parts of the UK.

      14 days from $1,950USDDetails
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      Where to go in Wales

      Consider the standout destinations for an unforgettable experience. Snowdonia National Park provides rugged landscapes for hiking and climbing, while Pembrokeshire Coast National Park features dramatic cliffs and beaches. The Brecon Beacons offer rolling hills and stargazing opportunities, and the Wales Coast Path invites you to traverse over 870 miles of scenic coastline.

      What to do in Wales

      Wales offers a diverse array of activities for adventure enthusiasts, from hiking and mountain biking to world-class surfing, zip-lining, and coasteering. Additionally, its many castles and historical sites offer a blend of cultural discovery and adventure travel.

      When to go to Wales

      Wales is enjoyable throughout the year, each season bringing its distinct appeal. Spring and autumn feature mild weather and fewer tourists, great for hiking and countryside exploration. Summer, though busier, is ideal for coastal activities and water sports. Winter has a special allure, with the landscape's tranquil beauty enhanced by snow.

      Top 5 adventures in Wales

      1. Climbing Snowdon in Snowdonia National Park - Summiting Wales' highest peak for breathtaking views.
      2. The Offa's Dyke Path - A long-distance walking path along the ancient border between England and Wales, combining historical sites with diverse natural beauty.
      3. Coasteering along the Pembrokeshire Coast - A thrilling blend of swimming, climbing, and cliff jumping.
      4. The Snowdonia Slate Trail - A unique journey through the heart of Snowdonia National Park, this trail combines the area's rich mining heritage with breathtaking natural beauty, offering trekkers a deep dive into the history and landscapes of North Wales.
      5. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path Trek - A spectacular walk along the national park's coastline, featuring dramatic cliffs and sandy beaches.

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