Our feature the latest issue of the magazine focuses on what you can expect on a Welsh Overland Safari tour in the Autumn and Winter months and why you should put on your warm clothes and gloves and join RIchard, our Tour Guide as there is plenty to see in Mid Wales & the Brecon Beacons!Read More
We are always looking for ways to enhance our tours and give visitors something extra. Last month we took a group of ex pilots on the Grand Tour of the Elan Valley lead by Mike Moltby who booked the tour looking for something to do in Mid Wales for a half day tour!Read More
Earlier in the year we ran a Facebook competition for a lucky couple to enjoy a free Welsh Overland Safari tour and a stay our partner accommodation Pwllgwilym Cottages. The competition was very successful and the lucky winners were Ester Chambers and her partner Richard.Read More
he news we all knew, according to a recent BBC News article Powys is Wales' ancient hill forts capital with a whooping 147 sites!
The locations and details of all ancient hill forts in the UK and Ireland have been mapped in an online database for the first time.Read More
Welsh Overland Safari have been recognised with a 2017 Certificate of Excellence, based on the consistently great reviews on TripAdvisor, a worldwide travel review website.Read More
This remote and beautiful church, situated on the southern slopes of the Gader Range is part of our Eastern Beacons tour….
The church is named after St Issui, an early Celtic saint who is thought to have built a cell here. The site became a place of pilgrimage after he was murdered.Read More
Continuing with featuring tales of Myths and Legends in this Welsh year of legends, we recall the tail of the lovers of Sgwd Gwladus.....
The tale hales from Waterfall Country in the Brecon Beacons National Park, and more specifically the River Pyddin at Pontneddfechan. There falls a water called Sgwd Gwladus named so after Gwladus, a beautiful maid said to be one of the twenty-four daughters of Brychan of Brycheiniog, a 5th century King.Read More
Canada is a country that covers 3.85 million square miles, with varying landscapes and climates. So we took pride this week when not one but TWO groups from the North American territory booked onto our very own Welsh Overland Safari tours!Read More
n this Welsh year of the Legends we thought we'd run a feature on one of the most infamous legends of Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons; The Lady of the Lake at Llyn Y Fan Fach.Read More
We taken a number of groups and couples on tours already this Spring, here are a couple of examples to give you an example of what you can expect on a Welsh Overland Safari tourRead More
Well folks the clocks have now gone forward, on the down side we had an hour less in bed last weekend, but on the plus side the nights have now got lighter and Spring is officially here!Read More
Earlier this week Welsh Overland Safari took members of Natural Mid Wales on a tour of Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons. Natural Mid Wales is a group of likeminded tourism businesses with an interest in promoting and preserving the biodiversity and natural beauty of the local areaRead More
We took the Abhijit family from Calcutta, India on an interesting tour between Christmas and New Year.As a we have a flexible pick up service and the family were staying in Cardiff, we agreed to pick them up from Neath railway station, and it was the perfect starting point for the tour.Read More
Twrch Trwyth is an enchanted wild boar in the Matter of Britain that King Arthur & his men pursued with the aid of Arthur's dog Cavall.Read More
Welsh Overland Safari were finalists at this year's Brecon Beacons Tourism Awards, achieving the position alongside highly regarded businesses in the activities category.Read More
We are thrilled to have been nominated in the "Best Activity" category of the Brecon Beacons Tourism Awards.Read More
We are delighted to announce that the East Beacons Tour will be added to our collection of unique Mid Wales Safari Tours in the coming months.Read More