216 Wildlife Trust nature reserves, 11 RSPB sanctuaries, 4,122 sq km of National Park, an 870-mile Wales Coast Path, ancient woodland, lakes and river, and wide open spaces are just some of the best of Wales’s natural landscape.
The Pembrokeshire Puffins
See one of the world’s most beloved birds in their natural environment. Look out for these comical but beautifully coloured birds nesting on islands around Wales, such as Skomer Island off the Pembrokeshire coast. Famed for its puffins, there are a number of limited land trips to the island as well as cruises where you’ll be able to observe wildlife from the comfort of your boat.