A new Travel Trade toolkit has launched for all those interested in arranging walking holidays on Wales’ stunning coastline and iconic landscapes.  The toolkit features Offa’s Dyke Path, Glyndŵr’s Way, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and the Wales Coast Path.

It provides the Travel Trade with easily accessible contact details for accommodation providers, helping them, put together a range of holiday ideas, marketing and promotional plans. It also features transport links; baggage handling, attractions along the routes; places to eat, drink and shop; plus attractive ideas for visitor and walking itineraries.

The toolkit is is designed to be easy to use, giving companies the ability to access a wide range of material and information, when planning holiday itineraries. It is fully interactive with live hyper links to a multitude of complementary websites. It provides suggested routes, highlights other activities and attractions and hidden gems that can be incorporated along the way; giving guests a truly memorable experience. There are both English and Welsh versions of the toolkit available to download.

Couple walking on a path overlooking the valley below.
Two walkers wearing appropriate gear hiking along a coast path on a sunny day.

Walkers on Ceibwr, Pembrokeshire Coast Path and on Offa's Dyke Path overlooking the Vale of Llangollen

The toolkit was launched to the Travel Trade via an online seminar on Tuesday 27 April. A recording on the seminar can be requested by e-mailing billjenkins@spencerdavid.co.uk.

The toolkit can be downloaded from the Wales Coast Path Travel Trade webpage.

 

Main picture: Clywedog reservoir, Glyndwr's Way walk in Mid Wales

Published 4 May 2021

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