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Best of North Wales Birding Tour - 5 Days

Best of North Wales Birding Tour
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North Wales Birdwatching Tours throughout the Year

Our 5-day Birdwatching Tour in North Wales run all year, with each season offering exciting birds. Particular specialities for this region include Red-billed Chough, Black Grouse, Puffin, Black Guillemot, Goshawk, Hen Harrier, Pied Flycatcher, Wood Warbler, Common Redstart, Hawfinch, Dipper and Crossbill, but we can offer you a wide range of birds in any month of the year.

North Wales is incredibly varied in terms of landscape and habitat – everything ranging from the dramatic mountains of the Snowdonia National Park, beautiful seacliffs contrasting with wide sandy beaches on Anglesey, ancient oak woodlands and coniferous forests in the Conwy Valley, freshwater lakes and brackish lagoons, mountain streams and expansive estuaries. And all packed into a compact area so we can minimise the time driving and maximise our time out on foot enjoying this stunning variety that few other areas can match.

And this variety of habitat means lots of birds at any time of year.  Come and join us for an early spring break when we look for birds such as waders and wildfowl that have spent the winter here while early migrants will be starting to arrive. Our summer tours are perfectly timed to enjoy the best of the busy breeding season when our special resident birds are joined by migrant species that breed here in North Wales. Autumn is another exciting season to enjoy migration with lots of birds on the move when anything can and does turn up, so expect the unexpected is the watchword at this time of year. And the winter months also have a lot to offer as we look for waders, ducks, geese, wild swans and more that seek out our mild winter climate.

Our base for our Best of North Wales Birding Tours is a delightful country hotel based in the Conwy valley, where you can be sure of a warm welcome, an extremely comfortable en suite room (with no single room supplement!) and delicious meals celebrating our local Welsh produce. Overlooking the beautiful River Conwy, our birding starts right from your hotel!

We want you to have the best possible experience on all our birding tours with Birdwatching Trips. You can be sure of the highest levels of customer service and personal attention with both Alan and Ruth guiding all the tours and a maximum of six guests on the trip. We always take our time to enjoy every bird we encounter and allow time for photographs as we go too. Both former senior managers at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), we are passionate about birds, birdwatching and conservation and we want to share our passion with you too.  We have run our popular tours for over ten years so we know how to make sure that you enjoy the best possible views of all the birds we encounter and we’re always on hand to ensure you have the perfect holiday with us.

Top Seasonal Highlights:

Early spring – witness the incredible display of Black Grouse at the lek, one of Britain’s most astonishing bird spectacles

Summer – visiting the busy seabird colonies on Anglesey where we enjoy the hustle and bustle of Guillemots, Razorbills, Puffins, Kittiwakes, Sandwich Terns, Arctic Terns and Common Terns rearing the next generation

Autumn – a fantastic mix of birds passing through with the possibility of iconic migrants at any point, will the next bird be a Lapland Bunting, Dotterel, or Yellow-browed Warbler, or in the right conditions a huge passage of seabirds including skuas and Leach’s Petrels

Winter – the sight of Great Northern Divers, Red-throated Divers and Slavonian Grebes just offshore, plus huge flocks of Common Scoter which often contain rarities

Alternative Tour Name: Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trip
Day 1
Day 1 - Arrival | RSPB Conwy

Here is an example of a May itinerary though the format of our Best of North Wales Birding Tour will be the same at any time of year. Please ask us for more details of our Tours in other months.

Our tour starts with arrival our delightful hotel in time for lunch. Our birdwatching starts right on the doorstep with birds such as Great Spotted Woodpecker, Sparrowhawk, Common Buzzard, Nuthatch, Treecreeper and Jay in the surrounding woodland.

After lunch we visit RSPB Conwy where we can expect to enjoy warblers, waders and wildfowl at close range. Target species may include: Sedge Warbler, Reed Warbler, Black-tailed Godwit, Common Redshank, Lapwing, Common Sandpiper, Teal, Gadwall and Red-breasted Merganser. We return to our hotel with time to relax before catching up on our bird list in the bar and enjoying a delicious evening meal.

Day 2
Day 2 - Island of Anglesey | RSPB South Stack Reserve

Today after breakfast, we visit the beautiful island of Anglesey with its dramatic coastal scenery. Chough and Black Guillemot will be high on our wanted list, but we will also look for migrants, raptors and seabirds.

A visit to RSPB South Stack Reserve will be one of the highlights on this day to see the seabird colony here; expect to see a huge number of birds to-ing and fro-ing as we look for Common Guillemots, Razorbills, Puffins, Kittiwakes, Fulmar and more. Offshore we may see Gannets and Manx Shearwater, and perhaps a harbour porpoise, and we know you will want to capture the stunning scenery here with your camera.

After lunch, we will also visit a noisy tern colony where the mix of habitats of stony beach, coastal rocks, freshwater lagoon and damp fields attracts a lot of birds. The majority of terns will be Sandwich Terns, but we will also be able to compare Arctic and Common Terns side by side, and with luck, perhaps be able to pick out a rare Roseate Tern. We will look for Turnstones and Ringed Plover on the stony beach, while Atlantic grey seals bask on the rocks just offshore. This is an excellent place as well to look for migrants such as Wheatears and Yellow Wagtails. After a busy bird-filled day, we return to our comfortable hotel for another delicious evening meal.

Day 3
Day 3 - Great Orme’s Head | Snowdonia National Park

A short drive takes us to the Great Orme’s Head; this dramatic limestone headland is a Local Nature Reserve and the sea-cliffs and limestone pavements here are a temporary home to migrant birds, so this area has a track record for turning up the unexpected.

The cliffs here are home to nesting seabirds so we have a chance to look for more Razorbills, Common Guillemots as well as Black Guillemots. From here we move on to an estuary where a hide overlooks a wooded pool. After a delicious lunch, we head into the heart of the Snowdonia National Park with its spectacular mountain scenery. In the beautiful valleys, we will search for such special birds as Ring Ouzel, Dipper, Wheatear, Common Redstart and Twite. If time allows, we will make a stop on the way back to our hotel in a beautiful oak woodland to enjoy our North Wales breeding specialities of Pied Flycatcher, Wood Warbler, Common Redstart, Tree Pipit and many more. A day of real contrasts of not only scenery but also birdlife.

Day 4
Day 4 - RSPB Burton Mere Wetland Reserve | Dee Estuary

An early start will see us on the moors to witness Black Grouse displaying on their lek. This breath-taking performance by the males takes place early morning, and the unforgettable sight and sound of this lek make the early rise well worthwhile, and we enjoy our first breakfast up on the moors.

Other exciting species such as Red Grouse, Cuckoo, Whinchat, Stonechat, Curlew and Skylark are all possible in this wild landscape. We then drop down in altitude and head east towards the Dee Estuary, stopping for a wonderful cooked breakfast on the way. We visit the wonderful RSPB Burton Mere Wetland reserve which straddles the border between Wales and England. This relatively recently created wetland is teeming with birds and we know that you will really enjoy your visit here. Just some of the birds we will be looking for include Avocet, Black-tailed Godwit, Marsh Harrier, Mediterranean Gull, Reed Warbler, Great White Egret and an excellent chance of some exciting migrant waders at this time of year. Around mid-afternoon, we head back to our delightful hotel for some downtime, before enjoying our last delicious evening meal here.

Day 5
Day 5 - Conwy Valley Woodlands | Departure

We spend the morning exploring the Conwy Valley woodlands and adjacent uplands.

In the woods, we hope to enjoy Pied Flycatchers, Wood Warblers, Tree Pipit and Common Redstarts among many others. We will also visit a special upland area where we may have the chance to see the rare Hen Harrier hunting over the moors along with Whinchat, Stonechat, Skylark, Reed Bunting and perhaps Grasshopper Warbler. We return to our hotel for lunch before guests depart for their homeward journey at the end of our North Wales tour. The exact itinerary may change due to the season, the latest bird information, weather conditions, tides or other circumstances beyond our control.

Early Spring:
Red-throated Diver, Great Northern Diver, Great Crested Grebe, Slavonian Grebe, Fulmar, Shag, Little Egret, Whooper Swan, Pink-footed Goose, pale-bellied Brent Goose, Pintail, Eider, Surf Scoter, Velvet Scoter, Red-breasted Merganser, Goosander, Red Kite, Hen Harrier, Goshawk, Merlin, Peregrine Falcon, Red Grouse, Black Grouse, Water Rail, Golden Plover, Purple Sandpiper, Woodcock, Black-tailed Godwit, Bar-tailed Godwit, Greenshank, Turnstone, Mediterranean Gull, Common Guillemot, Razorbill, Black Guillemot, Stock Dove, Kingfisher, Skylark, Rock Pipit, Grey Wagtail, Dipper, Stonechat, Fieldfare, Redwing, Firecrest, Great Grey Shrike, Chough, Raven, Brambling, Siskin, Lesser Redpoll, Common Crossbill, Bullfinch, Hawfinch, Reed Bunting and any other scarce and rare birds that may be around at this great time of year. Given good weather, we may encounter the first summer migrants arriving, perhaps including Sandwich Tern, Ring Ouzel, Wheatear or Sand Martin.

Summer:
Great Crested Grebe, Fulmar, Manx Shearwater, Gannet, Shag, Little Egret, Eider, Red-breasted Merganser, Goosander, Red Kite, Hen Harrier, Goshawk, Peregrine Falcon, Red Grouse, Black Grouse, Avocet, Black-tailed Godwit, Whimbrel, Common Sandpiper, Mediterranean Gull, Kittiwake, Sandwich Tern, Common Tern, Arctic Tern, Little Tern, Black Guillemot, Puffin, Cuckoo, Skylark, Tree Pipit, Grey Wagtail, Dipper, Common Redstart, Whinchat, Stonechat, Wheatear, Ring Ouzel, Cetti’s Warbler, Grasshopper Warbler, Wood Warbler, Pied Flycatcher, Chough, Raven, Siskin, Common Crossbill, and any other migrants and rarities that occur at this great time of year.

Autumn:
Red-throated Diver, Great Northern Diver, Great Crested Grebe, Slavonian Grebe, Fulmar, Manx Shearwater, Gannet, Shag, Pintail, Eider, Common Scoter, Velvet Scoter, Pale-bellied Brent Goose, Red-breasted Merganser, Goosander, Red Kite, Peregrine Falcon, Red Grouse, Black Grouse, Water Rail, Avocet, Golden Plover, Purple Sandpiper, Ruff, Greenshank, Arctic Skua, Mediterranean Gull, Common Guillemot, Razorbill, Black Guillemot, Stock Dove, Kingfisher, Skylark, Rock Pipit, Grey Wagtail, Dipper, Stonechat, Ring Ouzel, Chough, and any other migrants and rarities that may occur at this great time of year including Dotterel, Lapland Bunting, Yellow-browed Warbler, Curlew Sandpiper, Little Stint, Firecrest, Wryneck.

Winter:
Red-throated Diver, Great Northern Diver, Great Crested Grebe, Slavonian Grebe, Fulmar, Shag, Little Egret, Whooper Swan, Pink-footed Goose, pale-bellied Brent Goose, Pintail, Eider, Surf Scoter, Velvet Scoter, Red-breasted Merganser, Goosander, Red Kite, Hen Harrier, Goshawk, Merlin, Peregrine Falcon, Red Grouse, Black Grouse, Water Rail, Golden Plover, Purple Sandpiper, Woodcock, Black-tailed Godwit, Bar-tailed Godwit, Greenshank, Turnstone, Mediterranean Gull, Common Guillemot, Razorbill, Black Guillemot, Stock Dove, Kingfisher, Skylark, Rock Pipit, Grey Wagtail, Dipper, Stonechat, Fieldfare, Redwing, Firecrest, Great Grey Shrike, Chough, Raven, Brambling, Siskin, Lesser Redpoll, Common Crossbill, Bullfinch, Hawfinch, Reed Bunting and any other scarce and rare birds that may be around at this great time of year.

Expect to enjoy around 120 species of bird on our Best of North Wales Birding Tours.

Of course, while we’re looking for birds, we may be lucky enough to encounter other wildlife including red squirrels, Atlantic grey seals, harbour porpoises, bottle-nosed dolphins, badgers, stoats, weasels, foxes, brown hares and more.

What is included?

  • Guiding by professional guides Alan and Ruth throughout the trip
  • Four nights’ ensuite accommodation in a very comfortable country hotel, no single room supplement
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and evening meal) from lunch on day one to lunch on day five with a soft drink
  • Use of our top-of-the-range telescopes to help you enjoy the best views of the birds
  • Free loan of binoculars on the trip if requested in advance
  • Use of our field guides to help with identification
  • An individual checklist of the birds we encounter
  • All entrance fees to reserves we visit
  • All activities as specified in the itinerary

What is not included?

  • Transport to and from the Princes Arms Hotel, Trefriw, Conwy. However, we are happy to arrange a transfer to and from nearby Llandudno Junction railway station at a convenient time at no extra charge
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Travel/medical insurance
  • Any items of a personal nature
  • Tips
  • Additional nights’ accommodation, activities and meals/drinks not specified in the itinerary
Wildlife Reviews
4.98 stars
- based on 7  reviews
  1. Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trip 2nd - 6th March 2019
    Wilfred King02 Mar 2019
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    This was my third birdwatching trip with Ruth and Alan and I suspect it will not be my last. A five day trip based at the lovely Princess Arms Hotel in the Conwy Valley which is an ideal location from which to start out from. Comfortable, friendly and serving lots of superb food, you will not go hungry. Anyone who chooses a Birdwatching trip that is organised by these two world record holders, birders who have immense knowledge of their chosen subject, will not be disappointed They know where all the best birdwatching places in North Wales and Anglesey are. Every hillside, outcrop, every field, mountain or moorland. Every valley, river and marsh, every estuary and reserve and the many sea watching areas. An endless choice and a superb place to come and visit at anytime of the year. Fancy a Goshawk to start your list with, then step out side with Alan before breakfast. Never seen a Black Grouse before, then mention it to Ruth at dinner, you may well be taken to see one the next day. How about a Purple Sandpiper, Slavonian Grebe, Hen Harrier, Red - throated Diver, or a lovely little Goldcrest....... Join Alan and Ruth and immerse yourself in the freedom and majesty of the Birds of North Wales. You will not be disappointed.
  2. Best of North Wales
    Val Lewis01 Mar 2019
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    I had a fabulous few days on Alan and Ruth's North Wales trip. Birdwatching would start before breakfast, from our hotel rooms overlooking the river, or the car park (goshawk and mandarin duck included), and continue during our delicious cooked breakfast, as we had a table in the bay window. Birds would be spotted from the minibus (e.g. dipper and sparrowhawk). Alan and Ruth knew the best places to go to see seabirds, waders, raptors and woodland birds, not forgetting the grouse lek, or the hooded crow in MacDonald's' car park. We'd have a tasty lunch at a cafe or garden centre. Even when the weather turned bad, we went to bird hides at the RSPB reserves and watched in comfort, (e.g. avocets and godwits) with extra hot chocolate provided. Within seconds, Alan and Ruth would have views of great birds in their telescopes, with plenty of tips on where to look and how to identify them. Then back to the comfort of the Princes Hotel to go through the checklist and enjoy a three course meal. I learnt a lot and felt inspired by their enthusiasm.
  3. Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trip
    Ray Burgess02 Mar 2019
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    From arriving at the Princes Arms Hotel I was made welcome by Alan and Ruth and immediately Alan had me watching a goshawk soaring over the Conwy Valley through his scope from the hotel car park. With their expert local knowledge Alan and Ruth made the five days full of birds every day visiting a range of sites from Anglesey in the west to the black-grouse moors in the east. A total of 125 birds see on a memorable trip. With the excellent meals at the Princes Arms Hotel and travelling with a friendly well-led group I will be returning again very soon. With out hesitation I give this trip 5 stars.
  4. An excellent trip!
    Jonathan and Thasoula Campbell18 May 2019
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    This was our third birding trip to North Wales with Alan and Ruth, each at a different time of the year. It would be hard to overstate how much each trip surpassed our expectations, both in terms of birds seen and the care given to enhance our experience. Our guides, who through careful preparation maximise every possibility of seeing the full range of birds , ensured that all the target birds for our group were not only seen, but also closely observed - from lekking Black Grouse to a perching, then circling, young male Goshawk. We came away from the trip with our birding knowledge, including some of the more difficult calls and songs, improved by Ruth and Alan's expertise and enthusiasm. As ever, the accommodation and food were excellent. The Princes Arms is the ideal location run by a wonderful couple for whom nothing is too much trouble. We would strongly recommend this trip to anyone interested in birdwatching, whatever their level of knowledge.
  5. Top marks in all categories
    Lyn & Reg19 May 2019
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    For our first Birdwatching trip we chose the The Biggest Twitch in North Wales run by Alan & Ruth two very enthusiastic guides. We certainly weren't disappointed. The hotel and food was superb and together with four other travellers made this the ideal trip. Alan & Ruth were relentless in their quest to give us all the best experience possible and managing to show us so many birds we never thought possible. We highly recommend The Biggest Twitch to anyone seeking a first class Birdwatching experience.
  6. Lifetime Ticks
    David Rogers18 May 2019
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    I chose to birdwatch in North Wales as it gave me the chance to see three birds which I had not seen before, and to visit an area that I had not visited previously. Ruth and Alan were excellent hosts and guides and the Princes Arms an excellent base for this break. I felt we were shown an excellent range of birding habitat ranging from R.S.P.B. reserves to mountainous areas, moorland and local woodland and heath,. The fact that we saw nearly 130 different species during the trip and 115 in a 24 hour period from 2pm on the Monday afternoon speaks volumes for Ruth and Alan's knowledge and expertise. we spent plenty of time at each location and did not move on until all members of the group had seen the birds on view. Much additional information was given regarding species rarity, breeding patterns and conservation issues regarding the habitat. This was an excellent trip during which I am sure we all felt we were in the hands of the professionals. The only drawback was having to limit the food consumed from the wonderful breakfast and evening meal menus! The fact that I saw the three birds I wanted (Puffin, Chough and Goshawk) may lead to some bias but I would recommend this format of trip to anyone regardless if their birding skill.
  7. North Wales Birding - March 2019
    Paul Bell02 Mar 2019
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    This was an excellent 5-day tour during which we saw a wide variety of birds in a number of different habitats. Ruth and Alan were fantastic hosts - very knowledgeable about the birds, but also excellent tour guides and pleasant company throughout the tour; they take exceptionally good care of their customers and will tailor events to meet an individual's needs. The hotel was very good - especially the catering - as were the various lunch locations at which we stopped. I have no negative comments about this tour, and I look forward to joining them again in the future.

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Why book with Birdwatching Trips?

Alan Davies and Ruth Miller have been running their popular birding tours in North Wales as Birdwatching Trips for over ten years. Alan is born and bred here and has written the definitive guide on where to watch birds in North Wales so nobody knows the area for birdwatching better than him. Ruth is a member of North Wales Tour Guide Association and in addition to the birdwatching, she is able to additional guiding to the best historical and cultural sites this amazing part of the country has to offer. We have two guides on our UK tours, so a maximum three-to-one guest-to-guide ratio, and three guides on most of our overseas tours so an even better guest-to-guide ratio of two-to-one. Very few companies can offer this amazing level of customer service and attention to detail. It means we can do our utmost to ensure each and every guest has the very best experience, and just as importantly, it gives us the flexibility to really take care of you in the unlikely event of illness or accident. We have the personnel to look after you, while ensuring the rest of the group continues to enjoy their birdwatching. We are fully compliant with the Package Travel Regulations 2018 and use specialist lawyers to the travel industry to ensure this is the case. We have Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance and Financial Insolvency Insurance to protect both you and your money. If you are comparing Birdwatching Trips to other bird tour companies, please check the guest-to-guide ratios on their tours and if they have the correct legal protection in place. Many do not, putting you and your money at risk in these uncertain times. Another aspect of our tours that sets us apart from other tour companies is that we always provide our guests with good quality accommodation and enjoy great food on all our tours! You will stay in lovely places wherever possible, and enjoy delicious and regular meals in some of our lovely local cafes. We never forget that you are not just on a Birdwatching Trip, you're on holiday too, and we know that lovely accommodation and delicious food are an important part of the whole experience. Of course, we know that by making sure that you're well-rested and well-fed throughout the tour, you can really enjoy all the birds when you see them. We also have a vast experience of birds, birdwatching, guiding and travel behind us. As two world record-breaking birders, there are very few people who can come close to the amount of bird-related travel that we have been lucky enough to enjoy. All this experience comes in to play when we plan our tours and ensure that our tours run smoothly wherever we may be in the world. Over many years we have built up an enormous number of trusted friends and contacts all over the globe that we know we can rely on to help us in all sorts of ways should the need arise. When you're travelling with Birdwatching Trips, you are engaging with a whole community of bird-loving amazing people all around the world! We make a donation to the North Wales Wildlife Trust for every guest joining our tours so by booking with Birdwatching Trips, you know that you are also supporting the conservation of the very birds you are enjoying.

What sort of accommodation do you offer?

We stay in an extremely comfortable country hotel in the beautiful Conwy Valley. All rooms are ensuite with king-size beds with Egyptian cotton bedlinen and deluxe oversize bath towels, just what you need to relax at the end of an exciting day’s birdwatching. The hotel offers a well-stocked bar, and offers delicious meals based on the very best local Welsh produce. Special dietary requirements are catered for, please just let us know in advance

What are your group sizes?

We only take a maximum of six guests on our tours to ensure everyone has the best possible experience on our trip. We always take our time to enjoy every bird we encounter and allow time for taking photographs too. Our Birdwatching Trips are perfect for everyone, whether you have just discovered the joy of birdwatching or have been birdwatching for many years. Sorry but we are not able to take guests under the age of 16 on our tours.This tour will run with a minimum of three and a maximum of six guests. The tour will go ahead provided at least three guests have boo ked by 70 days before the start of the tour.

Do you arrange airport pick up/drop off?

Our tour starts and ends at our hotel, but we are happy to help with airport transfer arrangements from Manchester International Airport. We can also offer a free transfer at a convenient time from the nearest railway station, Llandudno Junction, at the start and end of the tour. Regular trains from London, Manchester and Chester stop here.

Cancellation

Please see our the Terms and Conditions on our website. Full cancellation details are on our booking form. Please ask us if you would like us to send you a copy.

Travel and medical Insurance

Please make sure you have the correct insurance cover in place for this tour before the start of the trip.

Do you offer a single supplement option?

We are happy to confirm that there is NO SINGLE ROOM SUPPLEMENT on this tour.

Do you need a minimum fitness level to join this tour?

This tour is graded as Easy. Walks are on trails and footpaths which may have an uneven surface. You should be able to walk unaided at least a mile on rough or uneven surfaces. Please contact us if you have any concerns over your participation.

How do you support local communities during this tour?

We make a donation to the North Wales Wildlife Trust for every guest joining us on the tour so you know that you are supporting the conservation of the very birds you are enjoying. We also make a point of visiting local cafes for lunch during our tour to support the local community.

Can you book accommodation for us prior to the start of the tour?

We are happy to reserve additional nights’ accommodation at the hotel before and/or after the Birding tour.

How do I pay, and what are the terms of the tour?

We ask for a 20% deposit upon booking with the balance of payment due by 70 days before travel. Please ask if you would like us to send you our Terms and Conditions.

What should I pack for this tour?

We send all our guests our Travel Tips and Packing Suggestions upon booking on the tour to help them prepare and pack for the tour.

Can you cater for special dietary requirements?

Please let us know of any special dietary requirements on your booking form; our hotel is very experienced in meeting specific requirements.

Should we bring credit cards and/or cash?

This tour is fully inclusive. However, you will need to pay for any extras at the hotel or during the tour. The hotel takes most credit/debit cards but a small amount of cash may be useful.

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  • Wales
  • Multi-Day Tour
  • Birds
  • 3-6 guests
  • 5 days
  • 16+ years
  • Leisurely