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December 1st, 2022
 

We at Wild Wales Tours hope your year went well and you are looking forward to
the New Year coming up! We were busy with Walkabouts this past spring and fall,
and our annual ten-day bus trip in mid-September. One of our highlights this year
was taking a group of nine cousins from all over the USA to their ancestral home
in North Wales, and discovering the family farm still in the same family after eight
generations! We were invited into the farm house for tea and Welsh cakes!


We still have room on our two Walkabouts in the spring, May14-20 and June 4-10.
At this time we also have room on our-ten day bus trip through Wales, September
11-20. Details under the Bus Tour tab.


Please do contact us if you would like to do a custom trip to Wales to visit your
ancestral home, travel with a group of friends or club, or hike within the magical
landscape of mountains, lakes and waterfalls, and along the Welsh Coastal Path.
Come and meet the friendly Welsh people, learn about their culture, hear the
Welsh language spoken, and enjoy award-winning cuisine. I am a native Welsh
speaker and will be your guide on our Walkabouts and bus trip. Wishing you and
your family the very best for the holidays and the New Year.


Be well and kind regards,
Hywel “Taff” Roberts
Wild Wales & Walkabouts Director
wildwalestours@gmail.com
Cell: 507 458 8637

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Hywel “Taff” Roberts

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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