If you are a thrill seeker or you are just looking for a world-class excavation and sceneries that will leave unforgettable experiences and staying around North Wales, then you are missing a lot of fun.
There is no doubt that North Wales is the best place to experience and learn the history of the Vikings and artisans, visiting quirky heritage sites, see castles that had been built on shifting sands, experiencing a night on hanging cliffs among many other exciting activities. So have you tried all this?
But how many activities are out there waiting for you and your fantastic family?
The list is endless, but we shall give you a review of the best and most engaging activities in various locations around you. You might learn one or two things from this fantastic places.
Explore the beauty of wales on a steam engine or a cable-hauled tram
One of the fascinating thing that you have probably assumed in North Wales is the undisturbed heritage Welsh Highland Railway. The railway runs for 25 km from Caernarfon to Porthmadog.
The train will take you uphill to the Snowdon foothills. It will then head downhill to Beddgelert that is in the middle of a National park. The journey will then proceed through Aerglaslyn Pass and end in Porthmadog.
Along the way, you will see the Caernarfon castle which houses the Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum, the Pont Mwnwgl-y-Llyn, and visit the National park in Beddgelert.
On the other hand, you can use the cable hauled tram that has been in Great Orme for centuries to visit the scientific sites found in this area. The fun does not end there as you will be able to see different species of birds and the wild Kashmiri goats along the way.
Birdwatching in South Stack Cliffs
If you love bird watching, you can try out the south stack cliff. Further, the reserve encloses heathland, cliffs an ocean ad a coast.
In reserve, you will see the various species of seabirds such as puffins, kittiwake, razorbills, guillemots, and fulmars whose population is estimated as 9,000. There are other species such as the Ravens and peregrines.
Many geological and archaeological sites will surely amaze you in South Stack Cliff.
Also, the heathlands would be an excellent place to see the famous and endemic stipulate fleawort plant. The heathland is also a habitat for the rare silver-studded blue butterfly.
Prepare for an adventure in the Minera Lead Mines
The Minera Lead Mines is a prehistoric site from the 13th century. You will explore the geological and industrial history attached to the mines. Also, the view on top of the steam engine house will clearly show you amazing areas that you can explore next that is from the Clwyedog to Erding.
Visit the mines and pan for the lead as it was being done centuries ago.
Visit the Welsh Mountain Zoo
The zoo located above Colwyn Bay is a fantastic place to see the endangered species of animals around the world. You will see the lemurs, tigers and even penguins among many other species.
See the Menai heritage bridge
You should not forget to visit the magnificent two bridges that span the Menai Strait. The bridges were built in 1826.
Therefore if you want to find more on the bridge heritage including the designs that Robert Stephenson’s made in the year 1840, you must visit Menai in North Wales.
You shouldn’t wait any longer, make arrangements and explore the beauty of North Wales.