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January 3, 2022


Wild Wales Tours would like to wish you a safe and healthy year! There are a few spots left on our three Walkabouts in May-June 2022. If interested you will need to make a deposit to secure your place on the Walkabout.


We will be carefully monitoring the Covid situations in regard to travelling overseas and restrictions. All guests on our trips need to be vaccinated and boosted. On February 7th we will assess the Covid situation for our spring trips and let you know. If you are on one our spring Walkabouts and decide to cancel you will receive a full refund of your deposits at that time.

Saint Dwynwen, 460A.D. is one of the most celebrated female saints of Wales, and will be honored across the nation on January 25th. Dwynwen is the patron saint of lovers in Wales. She was born on the island of Angelsey, the daughter of King Brychan. After a failed love affair she chose to live as an anchoress, in full seclusion, till the end of her life. Her church and well at Lladdwyn became an important shrine during the middle ages, attracting pilgrims and poets from afar. The land now is a nature reserve, and the remains of her church sit alongside the Welsh Coastal Path.

Our Bus Tour and Walkabouts for the fall of 2022 are posted here on our website. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about this or next year’s trips. If you are interested in a family, friends, or a book club tour, we would love to accommodate you.

Stay safe, warm and we will keep in touch. Kind regards,

Hywel “Taff” Roberts

Director Wild Wales Tours

Cell: 507 458 8637

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Wales is the only country in the world that has a coastal path along its entire 875 mile 1408km) coastline! The Snowdonia National Park is the largest park in Wales, and boasts the highest mountain in Wales and England, Mt Snowdon. Hiking along the ancient pathways, connecting with the landscape, you will be passing through rural communities and supporting the local economy and the countryside that surrounds them.

If you are interested in a group travel in the future we can set up a Zoom meeting with you and your traveling companions, with a presentation and Q&A to show you what Wales has to offer!


We can personally custom your trip to your Welsh heritage, ancient sites, a book perhaps or Birding in Wales.

We at Wild Wales Tours & Walkabouts wish you all a safe and much better 2022.


Hywel “Taff” Roberts
Director: Wild Wales Tours & Walkabouts

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.

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I will be your tour director, along with certified Welsh guides along the way. Our bus company is a Welsh business, and our driver is also a Welsh speaker. If you are not careful, you might learn some Welsh along the way! The tours will be relaxed and intimate. Our small group of around 20 will make it possible to be open to the unexpected, such as an unplanned concert, a local festival, market day or a fair. We can keep some options open since not everything will be set in stone.

 

I hope you will join us on at least one of these memorable tours in 20222. The next pages give the basic information for the tours being offered. Since our limit is twenty people per Bus Tour and 8 per Walkabout Tour, reserve your seat early!

 

Please contact me at 1-507-458-8637, or use our contact form.

Very sincerely,

Hywel Taff Roberts, Director
Wild Wales Tours

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Hywel “Taff” Roberts