Brecon Beacons — A Gorgeous Combination of Flora and Fauna

The mountains at Brecon Beacons are known as the brightest and greenest ones located in South Wales. It is home to two national trails and a national park, preserving wide varieties of different plants and animal species. With its delightful market towns and colourful cultural programmes, it attracts a whole lot of tourists every year.

This jewel of a travelling destination is a great escape from everyday life. Here is a list of things to do while you are at Brecon Beacons.

Drift Around the National Park

It is obvious for a nature lover to be an animal lover as well. If you are one of those, who would rather have a day spent amid beautiful flora and fauna, than stroll through the streets, you should look for the Natural Reserve here at Brecon Beacons. A walk down here and through the stunning wildflower fields will definitely give a pleasant and lasting vibe to your mind.

Gazing Beautiful Night Skies

A regular dark sky stargazing night programme is organized at the National Park Visitor Centre in Libanus. Stare into the limitless sky with spectacular shooting stars. This is one of the best ways to enjoy your time here. You will want the night to never end.

Have a Glance at the Scenic Beauty

Now, for the archaeologist in you, there are numerous caves, gardens, castles and museums with stunningly photogenic designs and architecture. Before you leave and start longing for more, stroll through the market towns at least once. They have great staying spots, eateries and shopping areas. You can basically have all your travelling desires fulfilled here.

 

Boat through the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal

This place has it all. There is nothing you would miss, once you get here. The boat takes you through a slow stream of the Brecon Beacons National Park, slowly passing through the outlines of the hills with spectacular sights. The ride also covers lovely villages of Pencelli, Talybont and Llangynidr and ends at the waterside Bullpit Meadows in the pretty town of Crickhowell.

Don’t Forget to Set up a Camp

Gear up for an adventurous camping experience on the mountains of this range. You can, of course, combine camping with other activities such as trekking, fishing, white-water rafting and kayaking for an unforgettable experience. Although, remember to carry your backpacking essentials so you don’t miss out on what the beauty of this place has to offer.

So, these were among some of the most amazing outdoor attractions of the Brecon Beacons National Park. From camping to strolling and from stargazing to safari, it has everything that can give you a world-class stay.

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Chris shares his passion for cycling, hiking, skiing, and climbing from Buxton, in the Peak District. As a blogger for Outdoor Look, Chris shares outdoor tips and indoor tricks to help you get the most out of your time spent outside. When he's not out adventuring he's making videos or trying to keep up with his 4-year-old son.

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