"it's like having a close friend to show you around Wales & England"
If this is your first time to Wales then this is the tour we would recommend for you.....more
Our Pembrokeshire Tours are unique. As clients may choose from:-
Anglesey, the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia contain some of the most spectacular areas of outstanding natural beauty in the UK this region has been hugely significant in the history of the UK, from prehistoric times to the present day.........more
Tours can range from as little as two days up to two weeks, with themes to suite your interests and are suitable for a single person or larger groups whether it be family, friends or clubs etc.......more
Individually planed day tours to give you a taste of Wales, its people, history and culture..read more about our Day Tours
This tour is a circular tour of Wales that takes in the Borderlands, Wales' capital city Cardiff, the outstanding natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast in the south as well as the mountains and Celtic culture of North Wales.
You will visit some of the oldest castles in existences, beautiful National Parks, museums full of old welsh culture and artefacts, we also give you the opportunity to experience the real sound of a Welsh male voice choir.
Experience Welsh food at its best, often grown and caught locally and enjoy a locally brewed drink to wash it down with.
You can ride on a narrow gauged railway to visit a slate mine and have the opportunity to visit and view magnificent cathedral and churches, ancient burial sites and standing stones, a Bronze Age village in amazing countryside.
Touring at a pace that you will not feel rushed, we take in Welsh history and culture on every day of this tour.
This tour has incredible countryside, mountains and farmlands scattered with picturesque villages, stunning coastline, castles and an abundance of Celtic history and Welsh culture. The lyrical Welsh language is the first language for most people in this region and North Wales boasts Caernarfon Castle one of three World Heritage site to be found in Wales. Since 1301, this is where the future Kings of England has been crowned as Prince of Wales, the last investiture being Prince Charles on July 1, 1969 in this magnificent castle..back to top
A hundred years ago the iron and coal hewn from this land was sent all over the world from the harbours of Cardiff and Swansea.
South Wales is also the birth place of world famous singers Tom Jones, Shirley Bassey & Katherine Jenkins. Actors Ioan Gruffud, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Anthony Hopkins, Christian Bale and the late Richard Burton.
It was also the birthplace of noted poet Dylan Thomas born over one hundred years ago in 1914, who did "not go gently into that good night' with his premature death in New York city after he acquired a reputation, he encouraged, as a roistering, drunken and doomed poet.
The valleys of the coal mines have been returned to nature and are green again once more. South Wales can boast some of the finest beaches in the world on the Gower Peninsula and Pembrokeshire Coastal Path which is a National Park where people come from all over the world to walk parts of the trail with its craggy coastline.
Our South Wales Tour will take you too many small towns, villages with the opportunity to go down a coal mine at the world heritage site in Blaenavon and experience life below ground as a coal miner.
This tour covers some critical historic places, The Heart of England is, by many considered to be the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, Ironbridge lies in the heart of this.
Shakespeare was also born close by and lived in Stratford-upon-Avon. the countryside, towns and villages all have buildings built of the amazing yellow Cotswolds stone and along the border of Wales with England one can see many Elizabethan homes in the Black & White style so favoured in that time.
There is so much to do and see including Cathedrals, castles, stately homes, and traditional market towns.
Our tour will cover Shakespeare country with its literary heritage. Ironbridge, considered the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Mappa Mundi the guide to exploration and the New World. Warwick castle and Marcher Lord's strongholds that provided military strength.
Anglesey, the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia contain some of the most spectacular areas of outstanding natural beauty in the UK.
In addition they are areas of international scientific interest from a geological and archaeological point of view. Although today the area is quiet and mainly rural, the history and culture of the region has been hugely significant in the history of the UK, from prehistoric times to the present day.
The programme that we offer is open to change to meet your specific interests, for example there are many active opportunities, from a wide range of water based activities on sea, river or lake, to impressive golf courses.
There are walking and climbing possibilities to suit every capability. We can also arrange half days or full days with professional photographer to hone your photographic skills.
Please let us know if you have particular interests or needs. The tours that we have outlined will be accompanied by local anecdotes and diversions which we hope will add to your enjoyment.
We have lots to show visitors, and although you are with us for only a short time we intend that you have a memorable and enjoyable time with us.
Pembrokeshire is in the South West corner of Wales.
People come from all over the world to enjoy some of the best walking in Britain. Pembrokeshire is famous for the only coastal national park of its kind in the United Kingdom and one of only three national parks in Wales. Pembrokeshire is also the home of the magnificent National Cathedral of Wales at St David’s, the patron saint of Wales. With its legendary beaches and coastal paths, scores of castles and National Trust homes with their amazing gardens, there is so much to do and see in Pembrokeshire, won't you join us?We offer an number of great tours to visit and enjoy this wonderful natural arear of Wales.
3 days / 2 nights to 7 days / 6 night
Rail station transfer and transportation support throughout your stay is included in the price.
For tour dates please call 717 243 5112 or just email us.
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Our Custom Tours can be designed to accommodate couples, families and small to large groups.
Perhaps you're looking for that trip of a lifetime to celebrate Grandparents' 60th wedding or some other family milestone anniversary.
Tours can be arranged from just two days to two weeks in a wide variety of accommodation and locations.
Our flexibility allows us to stop off where you want to stop or just linger longer at places of interest to you.
We can organise themed tours for you if that is your choice for example:-
Golf Tours, Culinary Tours, Dr. Who and Touchwood Tours, Literary or Music Tours, Little Trains of Wales Tours, Castle Tours, Pub & Brewery Tours, the list goes on.
We have even organised a Rug Hookers Tour.
North Wales Tours:
Snowdonia National Park
Start and end in Llandudno & Conwy
Tour the beautiful countryside of the first national park in Britain, with Mount Snowdon, villages of Beddgelert, and Llanberis
Anglesey Cruise Ship Tour
Starts and ends at Holyhead
Celtic burial sites, Beumaris Castle, courthouse and goal plus Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch
South Wales Tours:
Cardiff Bay & The National Museum of Wales St. Fagans Tour
Starts and ends in Cardiff the capital of Wales.
How Green is my Valley Tour
Starts and ends in Cardiff
A tour of the South Wales Valleys, including industrial Wales, Aberfan and The Big Pit at the world Heritage Site of Blaenavon.
from $400 - 2 people for the day
from $600 - 4 people for the day
from $850 - 5 to 8 people for the day
For more information on our Day Tours or to discuss the tour you want call 717 243 5112 or just email us.
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