A beautiful adventure exploring the vast and magical countryside of the Welsh valleys and 'Waterfall Country'. Connect with nature, fresh spring water and many sheep along the way.
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Europe6 days / August 2020
Highs & Lows
Sleeping and living in a traditional Mongolian Yurt & the wonders of the Welsh Waterfall Country
The freezing cold water & difficulty navigating local buses.
Q & A
What would you have changed?
If possible, I would have hired a car or driven to the locations as although trains and public transport were doable, it made access to all the nearby natural spaces tricky and time consuming.
How was the food?
Local pub food is great, not many vegetarian or vegan options at all but stock up in the towns on route and make full use of the kitchens in your accomodation.
What tips would you give a friend?
Stock up on food, in both locations there are very limited shops and therefore it is necessary you bring all the food and drinks you would like with you for ease. Also hire a car or have a local taxi number ready in case you need them.
Bring with you some sportswear that is comfy to walk in all day and some shoes you don't mind getting very wet or muddy. Definitely shoes with a good grip are needed and some swimwear to wear under your wetsuit for the adventure activities.
Be aware of local bus schedules and train times if you are using public transport, this will dramatically help your coordination getting to and from the destinations as they are very remote and not well conneccted.