Saxons and Romanos

A few years after the Roman exit of the British Isles during the 5th century is when the Romano British warrior chief Arthur appeared to fight against the Saxon invaders. His heroic deeds were recounted by story tellers and became richer and more embroidered with each telling. His Saxon enemies would have called him Wealas (foreigner) from where we get the word “Welsh”. The name today in Welsh for the English is Saeson. During the next nine days our Wild Wales Walkabout team are on the ground here in the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales creating a Walkabout in early October 2018 to visit some of the warriors haunts. Image sword Gareth Roberts, dragon and Roman amphitheater Blake Darst,

October 2017 Tour Memories

Pics from our Wild Wales Bus tour last October 2017! Tintern Abbey, aboard the Welsh Highland Railway, Merchant Overlooking Cardigan Bay. Tudor Merchant House, Tenby. Booking now for our June 11-20, 2018 Bus tour!

Happy New Years!

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU FROM US ALL AT “WILD WALES TOURS”! We completed our first year in business with two bus tours and two Walkabouts. All went very well and we were welcomed warmly wherever we went! We are taking bookings at the moment for our two bus tours and also the three Walkabouts for 2018! Another Walkabout on “King Arthurs Way” will be posted on the web page in late February. Most of the walkabouts are almost full but they do have some places still available. Please check us out at www.wildwalestours.com Guests on our final evening of our ten day bus tour in October at the Marriot Hotel in downtown Cardiff. Guests on an old Roman Road on a Walkabout in the Snowdonia National Park i

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