We all love superlatives when we travel, right? We can't resist them for some reason - it is within us to seek for the highest, lowest, deepest, first, longest, oldest, newest, biggest, or even smallest places and things to see and explore.
So, what makes Wales so special? What are the elements that sets Wales apart from other destinations? Why should you visit? Read on for 8 reasons Wales is such an unique destination!
In 2015 an amazing discovery was made by two fossil-hunting brothers on the South Wales Coast; the earliest discovery of a Jurassic dinosaur in the world! Visit the spectacular coastline with its' unique geology on our Heritage Tour.
St David's in Pembrokeshire is the UK's smallest city with a population of just over 1,500 people. It is the presence of the important St David's Cathedral which makes this tiny picturesque place an important city. Explore St David's with us on our Into the West tour.
Highest Sand Dune
Merthyr Mawr is home to the highest single sand dune in Europe, known locally as the 'Big Dipper'. The sand dune system forms part of an important site of special scientific interest, with an unique ecosystem of rare flora and fauna. Trek through the sand dunes with us on our Heritage Tour.
Ogof Ffynon Ddu (Cave of the Black Spring), at 274.5 metres deep is the deepest cave in the UK! Explore some of Wales' fascinating caves with us on our Highs, Lows, and Falls tour.
First Train Journey
The first train journey in the world was made right here in Wales. Designed by Richard Trevithick, the Penydarren Loco made its first 9 mile journey in 1804 near Merthyr Tydfil.
Longest Place Name
Any self-respecting welsh person prides themselves on being able to say the world's longest place name - Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerchwyrndrobwllllantisiliogogogoch - why not put us to the test when you travel with us?!