If you are interested in a special interest tour to Wales, please get in touch with us.

We will talk things through with you and make an itinerary specially for you.

For those who visit countries to enjoy its wildlife, Wales is a country which does not disappoint.

Throughout the country there are extensive wild bird reserves, many of which are widely acknowledged as being of international significance.

The Red Kite faced extinction not so long ago but now they are a common sight in the skies above Wales. There are also Kite feeding centres where it is possible to see these beautiful birds being fed en masse.

At least one pair of Ospreys breed in Wales every year and other rare breeds can be found at different locations.

The ever popular puffin can be observed on various islands around the coast and many boat trips are arranged each year to allow the visitor to witness them and other sea birds at close quarters.

For those interested in marine life, Wales, again, does not disappoint. The seas around the coast provide sightings of porpoises, dolphins, sharks and even whales can sometimes be seen.

Inland the landscape varies greatly from north to south and east to west. From the majestic mountains of Snowdonia to the still high but more rounded Brecon Beacons, from the sometimes rugged coastline of Pembrokeshire and long expanses of golden sands to the green fields and gentle hills of the marches on the border with England, few countries offer such variety in such a small geographic area.

Did you know?….Wales is the only country with a coastal path which runs around its entire coastline. It will take you about 9 months of walking to get around it all!…

Where would you like to wake up tomorrow…???

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