Making the most of your weekends and taking a mini break in the UK is a great way to escape your boring routine work. Whatever the weather, the UK has endless amounts of fun to offer, perfect for a multitude of celebrations. Below are just a few amazing things to experience in the UK.
1. Go Camping in Pembrokeshire, Wales
There are several luxury camping sites to choose from across the UK. In Pembrokeshire, Wales, there are seaside campsites that are just a short walk from the beach, as well as a number of beautiful campsites dotted around the countryside. The camping sites have stunning cliffs and fantastic surfing beaches. In the woodland campsites, for example, Melin Mabes, you get to experience nature and all its beauty. There are also pet-friendly campsites where you and your dog can go camping. If you do not fancy living in a tent or a tree house, you can choose from a few campervan and motor home rental companies.
2. Complete the 3 Peaks Challenge in Yorkshire
This challenge involves climbing the three summits, which are the highest points in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The 25 miles route covers the Pen-y-Ghent, Ingle borough and Whernside summit. Along the journey, there are breathtaking views to take in. This challenge is suitable for individuals, families, or large groups and many people choose to do a sponsored challenge in aid of a charity.
3. Tour Across Ireland
There are so many places to visit in Ireland and therefore, choosing to go on a group tour may be the best way to experience the country to its fullest. For example, Cork, Dublin, Galway, Belfast and Londonderry are just a few of the cities to visit. Ireland has some of the most intriguing and colorful landscapes that are sure to leave you in awe. On Clare Island, there are exciting treasure hunts that are fun for the entire family. The Dingle peninsula will give you a perfect opportunity to swim with the dolphins. Lastly, there is biking on the great western greenway which is car-free, a great option to help you lose those extra calories you may have gained during the vacation.
4. Hike across Hadrian’s Wall
For guests who love taking challenges, they have an opportunity to walk 40 miles along Hadrian’s wall. The view here is simply breathtaking and the area is isolated and quiet, giving you a great opportunity to admire the scenery and the historic remains in a peaceful environment.
5. Visit Scotland for the Best Festivals
Scotland has some of the best festivals in the world. The International Film Festival brings together a number of high-profile people and is usually held in from 21 June to 2 July. Another festival not to be missed is the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Scotland also hosts some of smaller festivals like the International Science Festivals and the International Storytelling Festival.
The UK has so much to offer, with endless amounts to see and do, you can be sure to find something for everyone!
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