Wildlife in West Wales

Wales is often called the "Land of Castles" and rightly so, as it is home to some of Europe's finest surviving examples of medieval castle construction.

Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre

Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre

Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre provides a popular visitor centre and work in conjunction with Dolphin Survey Boat Trips to collect data on the bottlenose dolphins of Cardigan Bay and other marine mammals that are regularly spotted.

Approx 15.2 miles*

Manor Wildlife Park

Manor Wildlife Park

Experience close-up meetings with endangered animals from all over the world. From TV stars Steve and Lisa, Tommy the Tapir and his new mate Rio, and Yxx the newly born and rare Bactrian camel, to mobs of meerkats, emus and ostrich, horses, oryx and zebra

Approx 30 miles*

The Welsh Wildlife Centre

The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Visit this wonderful nature reserve and take a walk along one of our four contrasting trails - discovering some magnificent wildlife on your way.

Approx 3.6 miles*

Welsh Bird of Prey Centre

Welsh Bird of Prey Centre

Throughout history falconry has inspired and fascinated people, the ability to work in harmony with hawks and falcons, the true masters of the skies. Falconry days and falconry gift tokens available.

Approx 7.2 miles*

Sea Bass Safaris

Sea Bass Safaris

Guided fly and lure fishing for wild sea bass on the West Coast of Wales. Welcome to WalesÂ’s bespoke bass guiding service.

Approx 15.2 miles*

Sea Fishing Trips

Sea Fishing Trips

Bass fishing boat trips every day with Wales's pro bass fishing guide and feature writer for Sea Angler Magazine

Approx 15.3 miles*

A Bay To Remember

A Bay To Remember

Our fully guided marine tours offer a safe and exhilarating experience suitable for all ages and abilities.

Approx 2.5 miles*

 

 

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