PEMBROKESHIRE COAST NATIONAL PARK, WALES
Join us for 2 nights on a fantastic rural retreat to explore the wonderful cliffs, coves and beaches of Pembrokeshire National Park.
Number of beds - 20. Number of nights - 2. Cost - £135 per person in twin share rooms.
Pembrokeshire is a stunning part of Wales, abundant in wildlife with seals and dolphins often seen offshore, National Geographic rates it as the 2nd best coastal destination in the world! The coastal path we will follow is legendary for its variety of maritime landscapes, our walks will take us over volcanic headlands, along steep limestone cliffs and through long sandy bays.
We will be staying in the village of Johnston. Our comfortable lodge accommodation is perfectly located to access the dramatic western peninsulas of the National Park as well as the craggy coves of the south coast. We will have the luxuries of en-suite bathrooms, cooked breakfasts and an onsite bar and restaurant, accommodation is in shared twin rooms with a number of single rooms available at an additional cost (see below).
For our evening meals we will have a choice of eating at the Lodge's restaurant or joining an organised group meal in one of the many local restaurants.
As usual there will be a choice of excellent hikes on both Saturday and Sunday to suit the various ambitions of the group!
The price includes:
2 nights Lodge Accommodation in shared twin rooms
A choice of guided hikes by trained Mountain Leaders (https://www.mountain-training.org/qualifications/walking/mountain-leader) and qualified first aiders
Financial protection in accordance with the Package Travel Law 1992
Price does NOT include:
Packed Lunches - We can pick up supplies from the local shops
Evening meals - Plenty of options to eat out
To confirm your place on this trip please send full payment using the internet banking details below....
Account Name: BACKABUSH XPLORERS
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IMPORTANT NOTE: We consider safety to be our number one priority and while we never take unnecessary risks, we do recognise that any outdoor activity involves a danger of personal injury or death. Remember that you should be aware of and accept these risks as you are responsible for your own safety and you should not undertake anything beyond your abilities. It is also your responsibility to be correctly equipped for the weather and activity you have chosen to participate in.
We recommend that everyone participating in outdoor activities obtain appropriate insurance. The BMC offer excellent policies for all outdoor enthusiasts at very competitive rates: https://www.thebmc.co.uk/modules/insurance/Landing.aspx