New north Wales-based adventure travel start-up Adventure Tours UK may only be in its first year but it’s already making a big impression. And has already been shortlisted for several awards.

The Rural Business Awards recently announced their Wales & Northern Ireland regional finalists and Adventure Tours UK were delighted to be named in  three categories:

  • Best Rural Start Up Business
  • Best Rural Tourism Business
  • Best Rural Recreational or Outdoor Pursuits Business
Mountain biking in north Wales with Adventure Tours UK
Mountain biking

The aim of the RBAs is to give recognition to businesses operating right across the rural sector, acknowledging the breadth and depth of opportunity presented by the Great British countryside.

The winners of the regional RBAs will be announced at the award ceremony held in Wrexham on 8th November. The winners from each region will be put forward for the national Rural Business Awards in February.

Adventure Tours UK have also been shortlisted as a finalist in the Tourism & Leisure Start-up of the Year category at the Wales StartUp Awards. Recognising the achievements of entrepreneurs who have spotted the opportunity and taken the risks to launch a new business, these awards focus exclusively on Welsh start-ups. Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony to be held in Cardiff on 20th September.

Adventure Tours UK launched just 12 months ago with the aim of inspiring and enabling travellers to discover adventure in Wales’ wild spaces. And to do this whilst creating a positive impact within the communities and environments they visit.

Already they offer a range of small group multi activity holidays, as well as guided mountain biking and guided cycling breaks. For travellers wanting a completely tailormade experience, Adventure Consultants can help carefully craft the perfect adventure.

To find out more visit the Adventure Tours UK website. Or follow their adventures on Facebook @AdventureUK and Instagram @adventuretoursuk.

 

Published 5 August 2019

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