With our need to have unique experiences that fit our values and budgets, glamping has become an appealing option for travellers. The UK has seen also seen an increase in Brits taking staycations over the last following years, with 4 out of 5 citizens stating they would take rather have an adventure back home according to reports by Go Outdoors. It is no surprise with the rising prices of holidays abroad!
Looking for an adventure this year? You don’t have to travel around the world to get one. Believe us. Wales has every outdoor activity you could possibly want, and many you may not have even realised were possible! There are even accommodation options that allow you to enjoy the great outdoors such as glamping; Wales is a magical country that every outdoor lover needs to explore and find out just why Wales is crowned the country of outdoor adventure!
Regardless of the time of year or the occasion, there’s always time for romance. With summer just around the corner – yes, the sun is on it’s way – it’s the perfect moment to get planning a romantic staycation to whisk your partner away to enjoy some treasured memories:
An ancient cultural and commercial centre, Cardigan is a busy town that is well known for its markets, local crafts and produce on the Cambrian Coast. A popular place for those looking for a getaway to somewhere a little quieter, that doesn’t leave you stuck for choice on what to do and where to see. Take a look at our guide to Cardigan Bay to find out all you need to know before visiting this magical area when you go glamping in Wales:
A conservation group from South Wales has reached the finals of the Sustain Wales Awards.
The coast of Wales is not just alluring to human visitors, with a number of orca whale sightings being officially confirmed, a conservation charity has said.
Located not far from the popular destination of Cardigan Bay, known for its serenity and beauty, nature, and relaxing traits, you can also find Gorse Yurt. Perched on its hand-built raised decking area and overlooking the serene Ceredigion countryside, it’s a rarity to find a gem of this calibre with such an abundance of space and freedom.
Last year, a group of Scottish pine martens were released into the Welsh woodlands with the hope that they could recover their dwindling numbers in Wales, and it has been a success!