Snowdonia activity holiday in Wales

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1 Reviews of Snowdonia activity holiday in Wales

4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 08 Aug 2021 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

The walk up Snowdon, south side.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

Double check the accommodation process, 1st day arriving it was meant to be self check in but there was no information about self check in and seemingly
confusion between the accommodation house keeper and the information provided to the company

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

Yes benefited locals, yes reduced the impacts to the environment and do not have an answer to the last part.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

Very good holiday experience, though some of the organising instructions were confusing as Sally had to double check with HQ, but these were teething
issues nothing which stopped the enjoyment. Our leader, Sally, was awesome in every way.

Read the operator's response here:

Hi Marc, we're delighted that you enjoyed your adventure with us! Thank you for your feedback on the check-in and general organisation, which we absolutely take on board. This was the first time this adventure had been able to run since covid so we were getting to grips with a few changes since the trip had last run, remote check-in being one of them. We recognise it wasn't quite as smooth as it should be so will be making a few tweaks to ensure
smoother running in future. Overall though it sounds like you and Noah had a great time and I look forward to welcoming you both back on another adventure one day! Best wishes, Claire

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


We only work with local, independent partners who share in our passion to positively impact the communities and environment in which we operate.

One night of your trip will be based at a remote, off-grid bothy on an island. The island is completely off-grid. Working with accommodation like this helps us to lower the carbon footprint of our tours, as well as offer a completely unique experience.

The island is home to all sorts of wildlife, we ensure our time on the is as low impact as possible, by keeping responsible distances from the wildlife. We make sure everything bought onto the island is taken away again, operating a 'leave no trace policy'.


At the heart of everything we do is a passion to support our local community. One of the best ways we can do this is to solely work with local independent partners, all of whom are equally passionate about supporting the community in which they're based. Finding employment in rural areas has always been a challenge and often leads to young people feeling they have no choice but to move away when they reach employment age.

Our Active Adventure trip uses local guides to lead your coasteering experience and also your taste of packrafting. By providing opportunities for guiding jobs like these, we and our partners are helping more young people to remain in their home towns and villages, close to their families and friends. These rural communities benefit from retaining local people who understand the local customs and, crucially, people who live there all year round.

An all too common problem in rural towns around North Wales is homes being sold as holiday cottages. This pushes property prices up, making it unaffordable for young locals to buy in their area when the time comes to leave home. The more houses become holiday cottages, the higher the prices rise and the more locals are forced to move away. This gradually erodes local customs and, even more devastatingly, creates ghost towns in the winter months when the holidaymakers leave.

Paying a fair wage to our employees and partners is not only simply the right thing to do for the incredible services they provide, it means they can continue to afford housing within their home town. We're proud to support local people in this way, to keep local talent and local communities thriving for years to come.

Ensuring small communities remain balanced is an important consideration for us when planning adventures for our guests in North Wales. Large numbers of tourists landing in one place can place unsustainable pressure on resources and infrastructure. And bringing disproportionate numbers of people to a small community during summer months, while bringing none in the winter months, can make it impossible for small businesses to survive year round.

This is one of the main reasons we only run small group tours. Of course it's better for your enjoyment too, giving you a more authentic experience. But importantly it almost completely eliminates the commercial inbalance caused by overtourism.

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