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July 7th, 2022
We hope that you are all enjoying the summer wherever you may be! Our ten day “Wild Wales Bus Tour” is full for September 2022.

There is still room on our “King Arthur Walkabout” 23-30 September, 2022. The first three days will be along the Coastal Path on the Lleyn peninsular, a local fisherman will transport us to Bardsey Island, the island of 20,000 Saints. (weather permitting). Two nights stay in Beddgeleret in the Snowdonia National Park and our last two nights in Llangollen.

Scott Lloyd, who works for the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales at the National Library of Wales, will be joining us on this Walkabout. Scott has served on the committee of the British Branch of the International Arthurian Society. In his recent book "The Arthurian Place Names of Wales" he traces associations back to their original sources for more than a hundred and fifty sites in Wales, dating back to the 9th century. Scott lives near Aberystwyth in Mid Wales. More info on our Walkabout page.

Our Walkabouts for spring and our fall Bus Tour for 2023 are both now on our website. Please do contact us if you would like to do a custom trip to Wales to visit your ancestral home, or travel with a group of friends, hiking within the magical landscape of mountains, lakes, waterfalls and the seashore. Come and meet the friendly Welsh people, learn about their culture and hear the Welsh language spoken. There is always a warm welcome when you come to visit Wales! Stay safe, and we will keep in touch.

Kind regards,
Hywel “Taff” Roberts
Director: Wild Wales Tours & Walkabouts L.L.C.
Cell: 507 458 8637


Hywel “Taff” Roberts


Scott Lloyd

During the day we will take in incredible sights, including Snowdonia National Park, castles, abbey ruins, Roman structures, Pryseli Hills, rugged coastlines with crashing waves and sandy beaches. Many of the woodlands will be carpeted with Bluebells in May, and August and September will bring purple heather on the mountains. By night we will dine in pubs and taverns, taking in the sounds of local choirs, traditional folk music and storytelling. With us you will not be another face in the crowd; you will have the opportunity to mingle with the locals.

Wales Coastal Path