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Family Adventure North Wales

Experience the adventure capital of Europe on this exhilarating family adventure holiday

With its unique mix of mountains and forests, rivers and coastline, North Wales is an adventurer’s playground – the perfect destination to spend quality time together and have a chance to reconnect. Whatever your age, this UK family adventure holiday is packed with the most challenging and exhilarating experiences on offer.

North Wales 8 Days July to August 112 kg per person
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Experience the adventure capital of Europe on a multi activity family adventure holiday in North Wales. Boasting mountains and valleys, rivers and coastline, this beautiful region has it all. Pass on your love for travel to your loved ones and truly immerse yourself in local life with a Welsh adventure tour spent in some of North Wales’s top destinations. Challenge yourselves to new experiences each day, with a carefully-crafted bundle of adventures in North Wales.

8 days, zero-hassle and all this included:

  • Full day canyoning
  • Half day coasteering
  • Half day whitewater rafting
  • Half day kayaking
  • Voluntary beach clean
  • 6 nights hotel accommodation
  • 1 night remote island stay in small bothy-style accommodation
  • Breakfast every day and 2 evening meals
  • Professional, local, English-speaking guide
  • Voluntary trail clean in association with Trash Free Trails
  • 1 native tree planted in our woodland

Plus flexible booking terms as part of our Adventure Promise, including instalment payments to spread the cost of your adventure. 

Check out the full itinerary in the tab above!

For adventurers who:

Are fit, active and looking for a family adventure holiday with every adrenalin adventure North Wales can throw at you. Suitable for children aged 14 years or over.

Designed as a self-drive tour and also perfect as a private group adventure. Please use the enquiry form to check availability for your preferred dates.

Day 1

Arrive in Betws-y-Coed, the gateway to Snowdonia National Park, ready to check in to your hotel from 15:00. If you require transfers from the airport, train station or ferry port, please do contact us to make arrangements prior to travelling.

Take the afternoon to relax. Your hotel is situated in the picturesque Alpine-style village centre, positioning you perfectly for a potter around the pretty streets or why not take a wander along the banks of the idyllic River Conwy. 

Your welcome meeting will take place before dinner for you and your family. How better to get to know the rest of your group while enjoying locally produced food as you look forward to sharing experiences with other like-minded travellers and watch your family connect with new friends.

Day 2

Get ready, you’re going canyoning! Climb, scramble, jump and splash your way through the challenging terrain of a hidden river gorge for a truly fun but physically demanding experience. It’s a full day out in a stunning part of North Wales – enjoy the views as together you abseil down waterfalls and leap from rocks into the river below!

Enjoy a free evening with your family in Betws-Y-Coed, winding down after the physical activity of canyoning.

Day 3

After a hearty breakfast and a short transfer put on your wetsuit, jump on your raft and head off for a morning of whitewater rafting. The Tryweryn river is a famous dam release rafting location in Wales. Ride upper Tryweryn’s natural, Welsh mountain whitewater rapids in an adrenaline fuelled morning.

Back in Betws-y-Coed you can enjoy the remainder of your afternoon exploring more of the village and the surrounding area. Why not take a walk up to Llyn Elsi or peruse the village gift shops before you enjoy a free evening.


Optional activity:

As always we like to offer something extra to do in the afternoon. It means you’re in control of tailoring your adventure to be as full-on as you want to make it. This afternoon’s activity is not for the faint-hearted – but then you wouldn’t be on this adventure tour if you weren’t up for a kick of adrenalin, would you!

You’re in the home of the world’s fastest and Europe’s longest zipline, where you can fly through the air at speeds of over 160kph! It’s exhilaration in its purest form. Hurtle headfirst over the old slate quarry, now a vast blue lagoon, and lay claim to having done the world’s fastest zipline. Spaces fill fast so book quickly.
Cost: £100 per person

Day 4

Pack your bags, you’re going on a real adventure! Your family adventure tour continues with the next two days spent on a remote private island. We’ll take a short transfer to our coastal hop-off point for the island. Where you’ll board a RIB boat to take you over to your private island retreat.

Enjoy the fresh sea breeze as you cross the water to arrive on your very own island. Spend the afternoon exploring this incredible wildlife haven before settling down for the night with a hearty dinner in our small bothy-style cottage.

Day 5

Wake up to the peaceful sounds of rolling waves, enjoy a wholesome breakfast and take a stroll around the island. A wildlife lover’s dream; the remote island is home to thousands of nesting birds including Guillemot, Razorbills and Cormorants, as well as the rare Chough. There is also a unique population of black rabbits on the island, believed to have been bought over from France many years ago! Venture down to the island’s lower shores where seals can be spotted lounging on the rocks and bobbing around in the ocean. 

It’s now time to leave our wildlife idyll as we hop aboard the RIB boat and head back to the mainland. Here you can enjoy some free time to spend in the bustling coastal town before we depart for our next location, Trearddur Bay, with its charming seaside hotel. Time to appreciate the luxury of a hot shower and a comfy bed! 

Day 6

After a tasty breakfast, it’s time to pop your wetsuit on and take to the water – this time by kayak! Kayak, meaning ‘man boat’, were boats originally used for hunting. Now they are repurposed as one of the best ways to explore the coast and appreciate wildlife up close. 

As you paddle along the stunning and varied Anglesey coastline, keep an eye out for the resident Atlantic seal population. Peregrine Falcons, Cormorants and Shags are also common sights.   

After your morning activities, you can take the afternoon at your own leisure. Take a walk around the town or grab some fish and chips to eat on the beach.  

Day 7

Enjoy a free morning to relax and explore the shops and cafes of Trearddur Bay. Take a walk along the sandy beach or visit a nearby attraction such as South Stack RSPB. 

This afternoon get ready to jump, climb, scramble and swim your way along the coastline of Anglesey! Coasteering combines the best of rock and water-based activities, and North Wales offers one of the best coasteering experiences you can find. Scramble across rocks, get swirled around in the water and climb tough walls as far as you can before crashing back into the waves.

It’s a truly exhilarating experience and a fantastic way for you to get up close and personal with the rocky Welsh coast for your final day of adventure.

Day 8

It’s the last morning of your family adventure holiday, so it’s time to pack your case and look back on the great week of new adventures and memories you’ll have to take home with your family.


What's Included


  • Full day canyoning
  • Half day coasteering
  • Half day whitewater rafting
  • Half day kayaking
  • Voluntary beach clean
  • 6 nights hotel accommodation
  • 1 night remote island stay in small bothy-style accommodation
  • Breakfast every day and 2 evening meals
  • Professional, local, English-speaking guide
  • Voluntary trail clean in association with Trash Free Trails
  • 1 native tree planted in our woodland

Supercharge your trip

Even more ways to take your adventure to the next level! Simply make your selections at checkout when you book your trip online:

  • Private room – we can usually accommodate requests for your own room, please check with us before booking
  • Return transfers can be arranged if required – please contact us to discuss your requirements

What you need to bring

  • Swimwear – to wear under the wetsuits we provide
  • Towel – to dry off after the water activities
  • Trainers – these are to wear when canyoning, coasteering and white water rafting so will get very wet
  • Waterproof clothing – even if the forecast looks good, the weather can be very changeable in the mountains
  • Warm layers – even in the summer the coast can be chilly
  • Comfortable daypack – to carry snacks, hydration and spare clothes
  • Lots of energy!

What you need to know

  • Enjoy the reassurance of flexible booking terms, part of our Adventure Promise
  • Bookings close 4 to 6 weeks prior to departure, or as soon as places fill
  • You must be 14 years or over to join this adventure and all under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult
  • Check in is available in Betws-Y-Coed from 15:00 on your arrival day
  • Hotel details and directions will be provided following confirmation of your booking
  • Your rooms in Betws-Y-Coed and Trearddur Bay will be allocated to suit your family and may comprise double, twin or family rooms. The bothy on the island is one room.

Getting Here

By Air

  • The closest international airports are Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport
  • It is approximately a 1 hour 40 minute taxi transfer from Liverpool John Lennon Airport or 2 hour 10 minute transfer from Manchester Airport to the tour start point in Betws-y-Coed or alternatively travel by rail to Betws-Y-Coed
  • It is approximately a 2 hour taxi transfer to either airport from the tour end point in Betws-y-Coed or alternatively travel by rail from Bangor and follow the By Rail instructions below

By Rail

  • The tour start point is in Betws-y-Coed which has its own station
  • From the tour end point in Betws-y-Coed, there’s a train station walking distance from your hotel
  • Bangor Station is a 45 minute taxi transfer from Betws-y-Coed or alternatively travel by bus from Betws-y-Coed

By Road

  • The tour start point in Betws-y-Coed is located on the A470, and less than 1.5 hours from M56 and M54 motorways

The tour end point in Trearddur Bay is located less than 30 minutes from the A5, and less than 1.5 hours from the M56 and less than 3 hours from the M54 motorways

At Adventure Tours UK, we set out to create the kind of breaks people like us go wild for. People who get their thrills in the outdoors and want to care for it too. Who want to disconnect from the daily grind and reconnect with nature. If you’re in search of adventure, you’ll find it with us.


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