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Wales Custom Travel Planners

Need help with a Wales custom tour? Choose from this curated list of Wales custom travel planners and specialists to help design your private tour.

Wales custom travel planners will help you to get the most out of your valuable travel time. A Wales expert travel planner will be exceptionally well-traveled and extremely knowledgeable about the country and its history, culture, language, geography and weather. This list will give you a start on your planning process:

Wales Custom Travel Planner: Welsh Dragon Tours
Phone: 44 1286 831818
Email: info@welshdragontours.com
Website: Welsh Dragon Tours

Wales Custom Travel Planner: See Wales Tours
Phone: 44 2920 227 227
Email: hello@seewales.com
Website: See Wales

Wales Custom Travel Planner: Alwyn Griffith: Celticos
Phone: 44 1248 671234
Email: through website only
Website: Celticos

Luxury Driving Tours:

Wales Custom Travel Planner: VIP Travel Services
Phone: 44 (0) 750 9464
Email: through website only
Website: VIP Travel Services

Here is a list of small company Wales Tour Operators:

Britain Express

Help us make our list better. Let us know if you have a favorite Wales Custom Travel Planner in the comment section below!


    Wales Top Ten Travel Ideas

    Ideas for working with your Wales Custom Tour Planner

    Try some of these great ideas to start your conversation with one of the travel experts listed below.

    1 – Get lost finding towns with names to twist the tongue.

    2 – Take the steam train in Snowdonia.

    3 – Slow down in St. Davids.

    4 – Wonder over the mysterious standing stones.

    5 – Reflect in the silence of Tintern Abbey in the beautiful Wye valley.

    6 – Summit Snowdon Mountain.

    7 – Photograph the vast wilds of the western shores.

    8 – Hike the clifftops of Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

    9 – Climb the Cauldron Flimston if you dare, if not, just admire those who will.

    10 – Tour Cardiff’s castle.

    General Information

    Country
    Wales
    Language
    Welsh, English
    Currency
    Pound Sterling
    Airport
    Cardiff (CWL)

    Wales Tourism Website Information

    Visit Wales

    Interesting approach to tourism: this site seems to focus almost exclusively on adventure and is aimed at local tourism (e.g. mentioning the “February half-term holidays” in the main text at the top of the page). It’s not well suited for someone planning an trip to Wales from an international destination and seems to present Wales as an add-on to Britain. That’s too bad, as there’s plenty to do in Wales to make a very nice, leisurely vacation all on its own. For that reason, we suggest you may want to consult a Wales Custom Travel planner to help you determine the best holiday for your preferred travel style.

    From the website:

    “ Llanddwyn Island: Pilgrims came to this south-eastern corner of Anglesey to venerate the holy well of St Dwynwen, the patron saint of lovers, whose 16th-century church is a ruin on the island. What makes this the most romantic walk in Wales, however, are views to give butterflies. Stay till the sunset and prepare to swoon.

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