5 DAY EASY RIDER ADVENTURE TOUR

5 DAY TOURS

APRIL - OCTOBER

SIGHTSEEING AND CULTURE

Our 5 day Easy Rider Tour is more of a cultural and sight seeing tour of the best of what Snowdonia and North Wales has to offer, and there is a lot. We fit in all the essential must do’s and must visits, at a more leisurely pace so you get some time to take everything in. Our expert guide will be with you throughout, offering you knowledge off all the places of interest, and they shall share their local knowledge to fit in some local hidden gems. If you require help or further advice, please contact us.

The first initial booking of a Custom or 5 Day Tour requires the initial booking to be of 6 persons for the tour to become live, and all bookings thereafter can be can be as little as a single person and upwards

£399 PER ADULT

An adult is classed as aged 16 yrs and over

Minimum booking of 6 persons

Maximum booking of 16 persons

Couples / Families welcome

Slight / Fair fitness recommended

Suitable for Senior Citizens

£289 PER CHILD

A child is classed as aged 3 yrs to 15 yrs

Minimum booking of 6 persons

Maximum booking of 16 persons

Children under 3 permitted:-

(Please contact office for details)

Slight / Fair fitness recommended

ITINERARY

DAY 1

8:00am
We will meet at entrance to Llandudno pier. After our introduction, we will hop onto our minibus and take a drive around at Great Orme one-way road with its spectacular mountain drop off into the sea and panoramic views of the coastine. We will then head to the old castle town of Conwy. Here we will do the ancient castle tour, visit the smallest house in Britain, walk the castle walls, stroll along the Conwy estuary and paying the local marina a visit for refreshments. We will then pay the caverns of Llechwedd a visit to do the “walk in the footsteps tour” You’ll travel into the belly of Llechwedd’s mountain – on the steepest cable railway in Britain where you will have the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of the miners who worked here over 180 years ago where men and boys spent up to 12 hours a day, 6 days a week, working underground in semi-darkness. The experience is a visual marvel to enjoy by itself. Upon our return to llandudno if time is on our side, we can pay the orm summit a visit, where you will have the choice to make your way back down into the town via the old victorian tamway, the cable car, or one of the picturesque walking routes.

DAY 2

8:30am
We meet at our usual place at the pier entrance, our longest day will start with a drive to Beaumaris to take a Rib Ride ride. Dependant on the tides we will do one of either a ride down the Menai Straits, showcasing its breath-taking scenery and impressive architecture. Passing Victorian piers, and the lavish homes along ‘Millionaires Row’, visit iconic bridges of Thomas Telford and Robert Stephenson and further again to Plas Newydd stately home navigating the infamous ‘Swillies’ and passing the beautiful islands of Tysilio and Ynys Gored Goch on the way. Or we will head on a nature seeking trail out to puffin island and learing about north wales’s sealife. We will have a walk round the picturesque village and take some photos of Beaumaris’s beautiful castle, and walk under the famous Menai Syspension Bridge built by Thomas Telford and chirch island. From here we will visit Penrhyn castle.You can discover just some of the wonderful and elaborately decorated rooms, visit the vast library, state bedrooms. You can’t help but be taken aback by the vast luxurious rooms, Gothic stairways and fine art on display. Hear tales of star-crossed lovers, sugar and slate fortunes and delve ‘below stairs’ into the Victorian kitchens. The castle has beautiful and vast gardens and wooded grounds to explore, and an industrial steam rail museum to showcase north wales’s transportation past. After the days events we return back to base.

DAY 3

8:00am
Morning meet up at the pier entrance, we then head for the beautiful village of Caernarfon to visit its ancient castle and grounds. Marvel in this colossus building and castle, learn the ancient history of the castles past, walk in the intimate streets of the village and visit local produce shops, and walk the waterfront of the spectacular menai straights.
After a lunch break and feeling refreshed, we travel on to the beautiful Portuguese village of Portmeirion. Its iconic architecture, scenic surroundings, vast woodland gardens and ponds was built to show how a naturally beautiful site could be developed without spoiling it. It has been used for filming many movies and programs and to this day it is unlike anything in Wales, this stunning village will have you amazed. It truly is a marvel. After regrouping we head back to our base.

DAY 4

8:00am
We will meet at entrance to Llandudno pier, and start our day by heading to the beautiful mountain village setting of llanberis at the base of snowdon mountain.We will walk all, or part of the historical route of Llyn Padarn in Llanberis depending on the groups preference. Also taking in the castle ruins of Dolbadarn, and learning about the areas history and connection with slate mining by visiting the local museum, all in the backdrop setting. After lunch we drive through mountainous scenery and the famous Pen-y-Pass route and travel through the heart of the Snowdonia Mountain Range. On our return leg we complete our day with a visit to the local ancient Copper Mine a visit. Dating back 4,000 years to the Bronze Age this astounding archaeological discovery changed our views about the ancient people of Britain and their civilized and structured society 2,000 years before the Roman invasion.

DAY 5

8:00am
After pick up we will be heading to the beautiful world-famous Bodnant Gardens. With intimate corners, sweeping lawns, grand terraces and verdant woodland. Created over 150 years, with plants collected and brought to Britain from far afield, this haven of rarity and beauty with a stunning backdrop of the Carneddau mountains of Snowdonia . We will have our lunch break via a visit to the multi-award-winning welsh food centre. Here you can sample and see all the local welsh food produce. Wales’ growing reputation as a nation of passionate producers and fanatical foodies is nowhere more apparent than at the Welsh Food Centre. Moving on to the picturesque mountain village of Betys-y-Coed, surrounded by its alpine scenery, we stroll around this picturesque welsh village and take in its natural beauty and quaint shops and flowing rivers. We will then take a visit to Conwy Falls for some photo opportunities before finishing up our day. We return you to Llandudno where we conclude out tour. We hope your trip with us will leave you with happy and lasting memories.

****Please note children must be 4 years old and above to ride on the Rib Ride Boat****

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IMPORTANT NOTE

Not often, but sometimes activities may have to be changed. This is usually due to safety due to severe weather, or unavailability. Alternative activities will be made, and you shall be informed of these changes.

RESTRICTIONS

Restrictions for Rib Ride Activity

4 years old is the minimum age to ride our Adventure RIBs (if you have a child under the age of 4, you may choose to not participate in this activity, and take a stroll around the village.)