WALES Destination Guide and Tours
Rolling hills, lush green countryside and rugged beaches make up this petite but pretty country. Delve into its natural beauty with your Travel Director and learn more about a land famed for its natural beauty, history, male voice choirs and of course, rugby.
Head on an orientation in Cardiff where you’ll see the castle and Principality Stadium. Enjoy scenic drives through the Welsh Marshes, along with the Severn Bridge and take in the beauty of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales.
With Insight Vacations gain access to exclusive experiences: • Explore pretty Bodnant Gardens near Tal-y-Cafn, Conwy • Enjoy a scenic ride on Snowdon Mountain Railway.
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Country Roads of Wales, Devon and Cornwall
Delve into the quintessential charm of Wales, Devon and Cornwall's pleasant villages and extensive countryside, and explore the elegant grandeur of some of the most exquisite stately homes of the region.
Gems of Britain
Succinct and full of bucket-list highlights, this spirited journey captures the essence of Britain in only a few days. It includes a fantastic cross-section of Britain’s historic towns, traditional heritage, cultural figures and idyllic scenic landscapes.
When to go: Wales has its temperate weather to thank for the lush green fields and blooming gardens that make up its verdant land. For the driest weather travel there between June and September. For reasonably good weather but fewer tourists, head there in April, May, September or October.
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