Wild Wales

Wales' landscape and coast have attracted visitors for hundreds of years. Celebrated for their beauty and variety they have has inspired artists, writers and photographers and it’s not hard to see why. Wild Wales lets you experience and be inspired by this remarkable country, as well as discover its fascinating wildlife. Tours are led by a qualified, official Wales guide and former nature reserve warden to help you get the most from your visit.

Escape into the magical Welsh mountains, a landscape of natural wonder, myth and legend. Explore the wild moors and peaks of the Brecon Beacons National Park, discovering secret valleys, waterfalls, ancient forests and stunning views. See how Wales has been shaped by geology, glaciers, weather and people and watch for the wildlife that inhabits these beautiful, remote uplands. Bring a picnic for lunch with a view you’ll never forget or visit an historic local inn for a taste of Wales.

Alternatively, enjoy a superb guided walk on our world-renowned coastline, recently named ‘the best region on earth to visit’ by Lonely Planet. In 2012 Wales became the first country in the world to complete a path around its entire coast (all 870 miles or 1377km!) so come with us to discover some fabulous sections of it. Explore the Gower Peninsula (Britain’s first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) with towering limestone cliffs, breathtaking beaches, secret coves and haunting saltmarshes. Or visit Wales’ Jurassic coast, the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, for a day of superb cliff and shore walking and beach-combing amid stunning rock formations and Britain’s largest sand dunes. Or go below sea level amongst the lagoons, reeds and saltmarshes of the vast Severn Estuary (a birdwatcher’s paradise) and discover a secret, fragile landscape reclaimed from the sea, with huge skies, ever-changing views and the second highest tides on earth.

Wild Wales is a full day tour running throughout the year. It can be extended to several days to include other magnificent areas of Wales such as the Pembrokeshire Coast, The Cambrian Mountains, Ceredigion, Snowdonia, Anglesey etc Appropriate clothing and footwear should be worn. Binoculars are provided. Book early as spaces are limited both to maximise the quality of your tour and minimise disturbance to wildlife.