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  1. Karl, Denise, Susan & Sandra says:

    Took the 3 hour tour with Stuart on 26 April 2016 and enjoyed it greatly. Stuart was a great guide and made us really welcome. Thanks for the pictures by the Land Rover – They are a great memory of a fabulous trip.

  2. gerald says:

    Feb 18

    Thank you for the Photos,one of which I intend to have framed.We had a memorable afternoon finding our Safari as entertaining as it was informative.It was very good value for money being the same price as a round trip to Lundy Island which lasts as long but wont be half as much fun!
    The Hot Chocolate and Welsh Cakes were delicious.Thank You.Gerry,Pam and Karen

  3. What a great trip – discovering the hidden treasures of the Afan valley, brought to life by our wonderfully entertaining and knowledgeable host, Stewart. If you want to experience real Wales first hand, go on this outing!

  4. O'Connor family says:

    When Stewart arrived outside, we didn’t know what to expect: after all, we’ve lived here all our lives. After five minutes, it was like we had gone through a portal, as we had left all the hustle and bustle behind, and were already on deserted mountain paths. I suppose after living in the valleys, you never appreciate how breathtaking the area we live in is.

    After being shown an area of Port Talbot which is still scarred by the industry of the Welsh mines, we stopped at the side of the road for tea and welsh-cakes (delicious!), whilst Stewart gave us a brief history of the surrounding valley.

    We were then driven to the aquaduct at Pontrhydyfen, all the while having a running commentary of the local history. We had never walked across this aquaduct before, and had never appreciated the views there. After a beautiful Sunday lunch, with a very good host, at Afan Lodge, we were shown around Glyncorrwg and the surrounding area there. After stopping several times to view the waterfalls, reservoirs and to let sheep pass, we were told more about the places we were passing.
    We were then unfortunately driven back home, having finished the safari tour. All in all, it was a fantastic day out, and all four of us thoroughly enjoyed it, and would definitely go again. Stewart and Geraint were brilliant guides, making us feel very comfortable and relaxed, and this is definitely a safari tour worth doing.

  5. Howells family says:

    Wow what a day out. Left noisy Port Talbot and within 10 minutes we were in the beautiful Port Talbot countryside. Our driver Stewart took us through parts of the Port Talbot Mountains that we didn’t now existed. We stopped for tea and welsh cakes overlooking the mountain while Stewart talked us through the history of some of things that we could see from our vantage point.
    We had a fantastic lunch at the Afan Lodge and then carried on through the valley in the afternoon. We headed towards Treorchy where we saw the Working Men’s Institute and Stewart told us the story of how it was built. We then carried on towards the Brecon Beacons.
    You think you know where you live until you go on a journey like this. Stewart and his sturdy Land Rover took us to places that we could never have reached on foot. The success of the day was proven by my daughter and her friend, aged 12 who asked when they could go again. (Even though Stewart kept teasing them and taking them down all the bumpy roads)
    Well worth the money and an experience we would all love to repeat.

  6. Gareth Dummer says:

    A great day out 5/5

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