Anglesey walking holiday, Wales
Description of Anglesey walking holiday, Wales
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PlanetGiven most of the time is spent exploring on foot, the trip itself is low carbon. We are committed to offering low impact holidays that benefit the country and communities we visit. Given most of the time is spent exploring on foot, it is important that our staff and customers are aware of the delicate balance which exists in the places we visit and leave no trace.
It is safe to drink the water from the tap in England. For customers keen to avoid buying single use plastic bottles, we encourage them to take advantage of our discounted filter Water-To-Go bottle which removes over 99.9% of all microbiological contaminants in water.
We operate a ‘leave no trace’ policy on tour; our tour leaders are trained to promote this message to customers. As the focus of this trip is primarily walking, we aim to leave a minimal impact on the areas as possible. This trip actively encourages customers to reduce the carbon footprint to a minimum.
This includes not deviating from designated walking areas so as not to upset ecosystems irrespective of the size. We encourage customers not to feed birds or other wildlife as they become reliant on tourists. Anglesey has been designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty so it important we do nothing to upset the balance.
PeopleAnglesey is one of the lesser visited areas of the UK. We stay in the Celtic Royal Hotel which dates to the 18th century and frequented by Queen Victoria, the Celtic Royal Hotel is a historic hostelry in Caernarfon, North Wales.
Breakfast and dinners are served at the hotel; however, lunches are taken in a variety of local eating establishments to help spread the financial benefits of tourism.
We offer millions of pounds sterling in financial aid to walking groups within the UK to maintain walking by young and old for future generations, rebuild broken paths and bridges washed away. This falls under an organisation called the Charitable Trust.
We cap passengers at a maximum of 22 customers so as not to impact on the environment surrounding the Anglesey, especially as we explore primarily on foot. Expect to come across the area’s most famous spots, Ellin’s Tower where you can watch nesting birds on the cliff face, and the Penmon Point lighthouse.