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Snowdonia Tours offer a number of guided tour packages of Wales which have been
tailored to include not only the more popular attractions but also the hidden Gems of Wales.

Our experienced guides and drivers will take you off the beaten track to experience the real Wales; secluded beaches and peaceful villages sitting in dramatic mountain scenery. Ancient monuments tell of past inhabitants, standing as evidence to their existence, for over 6,000 years man has been part of the land and has certainly left his mark.
Vacation with us and discover the true Wales and learn how it’s been shaped over time to the warm welcoming land you now find.

Wales is often called the land of castles, probably because of the 400 or so dotted around the country but that isn't the whole story, there are spectacular mountains that sweep down to golden beaches, magnificent river valleys flowing into shimmering lakes and lush forests giving sanctuary to a wide range of wildlife.
Vibrant cityscapes give way to villages offering calm and seclusion to travelers, busy beach life sitting comfortably with open countryside crisscrossed by peaceful trails; Wales has it to offer, you just need to find it! ( tourism information about the castles of wales).

We’ve put together an information travel guide to the people and places of Wales aimed at tourists, or indeed any visitors planning a trip or vacation, to help in deciding the most suitable bits for you, just search by area or attraction, alternatively just take a look at the general info pages and see what takes your fancy, something should help you make the most of your welsh vacation.


Contact us for our latest special offers and some tour ideas for all of Wales:

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We travel throughout north Wales covering Gwynedd, Conwy county and Clwyd also out along the Llyn peninsula. Towards Mid Wales we travel to the Black mountains, brecon beacons, Cardiff, Swansea, St Davids and Tenby in South Wales. Further West to the Gower, all these places ideal for a welsh holiday. Our tour operation is wheel chair friendly. Our aim is to visit all major attractions including the Castles of Wales, ideal for independent travellers and escorted groups.



Here are some simple words and phrases to get you started:

* Bore da (Pronounced: Boh-reh dah): Good morning

* Prynhawn da (Prin-houn dah): Good afternoon

* Nos da (nohs dah): Good night

* Croeso i Gymru (Croesoh ee Gum-reeh): Welcome to Wales

* Iechyd da! (Yeh-chid dah): Cheers!

* Tafarn (Tav-arn): Pub

* Diolch (Dee-olch): Thanks * Da iawn (Dah ee-aw-n): Very good


Snowdon is at the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. The area is steeped in history and benefits from some of the most beautiful views in all of Britain. Visit Snowdonia and experience the wealth of Attractions, Activities and Places to Stay in Snowdonia. Snowdon is the highest mountain in England and Wales 1085m or 3560 ft also known by its local Welsh Language name Yr Wyddfa (The Tomb). Each year hundreds of thousands of visitors visit the mountain to enjoy its unique presence and share the exhilaration of scaling its slopes by one of the Snowdon Paths described in this website. The mountain is not only tall, it has its own unique bio-diversity of plants and animals and much effort is made to maintain the fragile mountain ecology. Snowdon is a national symbol for the Welsh people, something they are rightly proud of and offers an icon of stability in our rapidly changing political and technological world. Information from:


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