As of 2020, there is a brand new travel site to take you beyond the tourist traps to the most special places in Wales…
Myself and my partner, fellow travel writer Kerry Walker, have been living in Wales and specialising in Wales-based travel writing for several years now – we write about the country for the Telegraph, the BBC, Lonely Planet, Rough Guides, Adventure.com, Red Bull Adventure and for several in-flight magazines to boot. But we keep coming across places – bizarre, beautiful, off-the-beaten-track places – that other publications simply aren’t interested in featuring.
SO: we have decided to fill in the gaps and create the site that showcases them.
Undiscovered Wales is the result: and it does just what it says in the site title, taking travellers and would-be travellers to the best undiscovered places in Wales. Whether you want somewhere to explore, somewhere to eat or drink, somewhere to stay or find out more about the people that live here, our site strives to take you the least-known, least-championed, least-written-about and least-visited parts of Wales. It’s a brand new site to help you enjoy the Wales less travelled in 2020 and beyond.
If your curiosity is whetted, if you yourself would like the sort of trip to Wales described above, if (in these challenging times) you would like to travel to them from your armchair or even if you would just like to support the sort of high-quality, well-researched, up-to-date articles on a country I know I always relish finding when doing any online research into a destination, we would be honoured if you would check out the site and support it with a helpful click or five!