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!
Spring is the time of year when we start to see everything in nature ‘springing’ and bursting into a new lease of life! With the days warming up and the nights getting longer, you can enjoy the sound of the birds singing, and the butterflies floating by while you take in the beautiful fresh air.
The humble bumble bee is a very busy insect! To keep the bees buzzing we’ve put together ways we can look out for the hard workers that make tasty honey and do an incredible job of pollenating our plants.
If you are looking for breath-taking scenery and quiet coastal paths, then Pembrokeshire is the perfect place for your glamping holiday. It is tucked away from the bustle of any city or fast-paced town in the remote region of South West Wales. There are beaches, National Parks and a rich variety of wildlife, all waiting to be enjoyed on your next holiday!
As temperatures begin to drop, things start getting festive and the days are shorter than ever, have you ever wondered what happens to bees in the winter time? If you’re planning a glamping trip this winter, there’s no better place to be then outside and amongst nature to spot a winter bee. Be sure to check out some of the tips below on how you can help the bees during colder weather.
If you have just returned from a blissful experience at one of our glamping UK locations and were taken aback by the abundance of wildlife that helped to make the experience special, then we can help you recreate that in your own garden. Obviously, nothing compares to a glamping holiday, but creating a haven for UK wildlife in your own garden will not only help the wildlife thrive but will also help with the fond memories of your last luxury camping break.
It’s only natural to want to hibernate this winter, but glamping in colder months can be surprisingly uplifting. Despite the negative associations with camping in the cold, it is important to remember this is no normal campsite. In fact, it’s not even a normal tent. This is glamping, a world where the mud, rain and sub-zero temperatures are cast aside to make way for luxuries such as hot water, cosy duvets and a flushing toilet of your own. Here’s some reasons to take the plunge and go on a glamping holiday this winter…
Lovers of nature and wildlife are rejoicing every Sunday evening thanks to the new television series on BBC One, Sir David Attenborough’s Planet Earth II.
The Natural History Museum in central London has created a natural wildlife experience like no other in this urban setting.
The hive of natural beauty in Dorset, much of which can be found near our UK cabin holidays in the area, is something that is unrivalled, and a new exhibition that will pay homage to its greatness will offer the chance for more people to enjoy it, thanks to the local residents who have compiled the exhibit.