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Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast

Lovely coastal walks along the western section of this picturesque long distance path, amongst outstanding flora and fauna, walking from Dale to Pwll Deri.

  • Wales

  • 7 nights
  • Half Board
  • Long Distance Paths

    Coast & Islands

  • Jun

    Jul

    Sep

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Grade 6

This is a Grade 6 challenging holiday which includes full day walks with appreciable amounts of ascent and descent with walks in some remote areas. The paths are all good, but there may be some short sections of rough ground and some walking close to the coast. You will find narrow paths in places, slippery rocks in inclement weather and erosion on parts of the cliffs. Being next to the coast may also bring windy conditions. 

Walks will be between 9.5 and 13.5 miles. You will find that some days are more challenging than others and you need to be fit to complete this holiday. Please see the daily itinerary for more detail of the walks. 

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Thoughtfully designed, meticulously planned, carefully graded, and expertly guided walking tours and hiking holidays along well-loved and off-the-beaten-track footpaths.

Overview

Holiday Highlights

  • The ‘wild’ Atlantic coastline and vista’s to off-shore islands.
  • Intriguing coastal geology including the Rock Chimneys and twisted cliff formations, including the magical beach at Marloes.
  • Two miles of pristine golden sands at Newgale in St Brides Bay.
  • Solva glacial valley, with its fishing boats, lime kilns and tales of silver mining and pirates.
  • Stop by at the birthplace of St David at St Non's chapel, shrine and holy well, and the iconic St Davids Cathedral.
  • The pretty harbour of Porthgain and St Davids Conservation Headland (National Trust).
  • In season, catch a glimpse of porpoises and dolphins.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path (PCP) is a breathtaking trail that winds along the rugged southwest shoreline of Wales. Nestled within Britain's sole coastal National Park, this trail, the first of its kind in Wales, continues to captivate outdoor enthusiasts with its unparalleled beauty. The western section spans from Dale to Strumble Head, near Fishguard, showcasing a unique convergence of geological wonders, vibrant birdlife, diverse animal species, and a rich tapestry of plant life. Nowhere in England or Wales will you find a more vibrant sea-bird sanctuary than along this coast. From spring to early summer, be enchanted by a profusion of wildflowers, witness seals basking on the shores during winter and early spring, and witness their endearing pups in the autumn. If luck is on your side, you might even catch a glimpse of dolphins frolicking in the waves.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail, an awe-inspiring 186-mile route, unveils some of Britain's most varied coastal panoramas. While we don't cover the entire National Trail, our holiday encompasses approximately 67 miles of the western section. Starting from the picturesque village of Dale in the south and progressing northward to Pwll Deri, each step is a symphony of marvellous scenery. Our journey commences in Dale, meandering past the idyllic Marloes Beach, unveiling a treasure trove of coves, inlets, cliffs, and beaches, until we arrive at Pwll Deri, renowned for its youth hostel offering unparalleled coastal views.

Your haven of comfort will be the Mariners Hotel, nestled atop the historic high street in Haverfordwest. Private transportation will ensure seamless transitions to and from the trailheads on our six full days of walking. Haverfordwest, centrally located, serves as the perfect hub, ensuring no transfer is too extensive, allowing you to relish every moment of this coastal escapade.

  • En suite three-star hotel accommodation on a half board basis
  • All local transport required for the itinerary by private coach
  • Services of a Classic Tour Leader
  • Entrance fees (unless otherwise specified)
  • Personal expenses (such as your bar bill)
  • Lunches
  • Discretionary tips
  • Optional excursions
  • Travel insurance

Holiday Information

Click the button below for a detailed Holiday Information Sheet containing all the particulars about this trip.

NOTE: Itineraries and Holiday Information Sheets can vary by a specific date chosen

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Itinerary & Travel

Itinerary Details

Whilst every effort will be made to adhere to the outlined itinerary and advertised programme, local conditions can change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. This may mean that routes and timings need to be amended or the order of days may change, sometimes at short notice.

Your Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival day

Meals

Dinner

Accommodation

Independent travel to The Mariners Hotel in Haverfordwest. Check in is from 3pm. Meet your tour leader at approximately 6.30pm in the hotel for a briefing before dinner. 

All of the evening meals are taken in the hotel restaurant. 

Day 2

Dale to Marloes

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

  • Time

    5 hours

  • Distance

    13 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    360/260m

From Dale, the path rises past Dale Fort and ‘Mill Bay’ to St Ann’s Head lighthouse, with views over Milford Haven and Angle. Heading North-West to face the Atlantic, the path winds around the edge of jagged cliffs along the wild peninsula, framed by dramatic offshore islands. We climb and descend through isolated coves to Marloes Sands. 

Golden sands for lunch are backed by a surreal lunar landscape of towering rock pinnacles, dark sea caves and fractured stacks, ‘Raggle Rocks’. Great name! The next headland is fantastic, with views of Grassholm and Skokholm islands and the Marine Nature Reserve below us. An en-route visit to Martins Haven RSPB Lockley lodge visitor centre, before heading to Marloes village via Musselwick Sands. 

Day 3

Marloes to Broadhaven

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

  • Time

    4.5 hours

  • Distance

    12 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    250/280m

Today you will re-join our path from Marloes and cross undulating clifftop terrain; this section gives wide open vista’s. A patchwork of farm fields on the landward side and superb views along the rugged coast towards North Pembrokeshire and the deep blue sea on the leeward. You will notice the differing colours of the landscape, sea, cliffs, against the red Devonian sandstone rocks as this coastline was once joined to Devon! 

The pinnacle of ‘Tower rock’ comes into view, and a Pembrokeshire Iron Age promontory fort, settled by ancient Celtic tribes. Dry stone walls mark the boundary of an old estate, now conserved by National Trust and we arrive on ‘The Nab Head’. Our path winds above some picturesque ‘zawns’ - deep sharply cut sea inlets of vertical slab – and nimbly skirt around ‘Huntsman’s Leap’ before entering the sheltered bay at St. Brides Haven, for a break near two old stone mariners cottages. Picture perfect.  

Soon, superb views of ‘Stack Rocks’ rising from the sea come into view. Interestingly named inlets such as ‘Brandy Bay’ and ‘Dutch Gin’ capture the imagination as we pass through St Brides Bay, Borough head to well-earned drinks at Little Haven ‘The Castle’ pub, 13 minutes from Broadhaven Beach.  

Day 4

Broadhaven to Solva

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

  • Time

    5 hours

  • Distance

    11.6 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    500/506m

Leaving Broad Haven behind, the path climbs and is easier going once high on the cliffs. You will pass the small hamlet of Druidston, old mine workings, and an impressive, eco futuristic house-shaped like an oval eye. Reaching Nolton Haven, a small inlet, with the Mariner’s Inn for a break we head on steeply up before descending to the sandy 2 mile Newgale Beach. From here the landscape is easier, over grassy slopes and cliffs emerging at the old fishing village of Solva with its Lime Kilns and The Harbour Inn right on the water's edge.

Day 5

Solva – St Davids – St Justinians

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

  • Time

    5 hours

  • Distance

    13 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    330/300m

An earlier start today, as you climb steeply out of Solva harbour but then follow a fairly easy undulating path along the cliff tops. You will pass a stunning natural sea arch at Gewni Island and interesting rock formations at ‘The Cradle’, continuing to Caerfai Bay’s purple sandstone cliffs with tremendous views to Skomer and Skokholm island. At St Non's Chapel, the birthplace of St David, take a short detour to visit the ‘city’ allowing time for lunch and time to visit the famous Cathedral. The site dates back to the 6th century, although the building that stands today dates mainly from the late 13th and 14th centuries.

Re-joining the coast path, walk by the picturesque (Roman origin) harbour wall of Porthclais, and onwards towards St Justinian’s Lifeboat station.  

Day 6

St Justinians - Whitesands – Trefin

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

  • Time

    5 hours

  • Distance

    13.5 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    591/552m

The start is easy on a trail of green turf to Whitesands Bay then climbing up the high sand dunes know as ‘The Burrows’. This is where St Patrick left Wales to discover Ireland. A more strenuous walk follows across St David's Head with its burial chambers, warriors dyke and mountainous Celtic landscapes. The magical St David's Head is forged of volcanic rock, 500 million years old - it’s a mini wilderness of scattered boulders and heather clad slopes where a herd of semi-wild horses roam free. 

You’ll walk through an island-dotted seascape and see Carn Llidi, the towering outcrop, and a Neolithic burial chamber, Coetan Arthur. The islands of Ramsey, Bishops and Clerks lie several miles out to sea. After a natural arch and waterfall at Porth y Dwft we begin the long ascent up the towering flank of the final Coastal Peak at Carn Penberry, marking the end of the St David's area and the entrance to the old Industrial Coast. At Aberieddy you’ll see industrial remains of a slate quarry known as the ‘Blue Lagoon’ and at Porthgain, large brick hoppers lining the harbour dating back to late 18th century. A stop at The Shed or The Sloop Inn in Porthgain is almost obligatory - after that, the remainder of the path to Trefin is fairly easy going.

Day 7

Trefin to Pwll Deri

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

  • Time

    4.5 hours

  • Distance

    9.5 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    275m

This section is comparatively little-walked, though very impressive! You will pass picturesque coves, old fishing villages, an Ice Age submerged coastal forest and Iron age promontory forts. The whole route is full of interest and usually blows the cobwebs away as it passes above the rocky bay of Pwll Llong, then continues around the headland, at the peninsula of Pen Castell-Coch with views opening out all the way to Strumble Head. The path, sometimes with steep steps, enters an inlet down to the tiny picturesque village of Abercastle, once a small port trading with Bristol. Look out for old cannons acting as bollards and the limekiln. The path has many inaccessible bays below, and often passes very close to the cliff edge. 

At Pwllstrodur, cross a stream then head steeply uphill round the headland and past the Iron Age promontory fort of Castell-Coch. The scenic Aber Mawr beach is an Ice Age site with the remains of a submerged coastal forest that can sometimes be seen beneath the sand at low tides. Inland there is an unspoilt reed valley with woods beyond, which makes a pleasant change and affords an excellent windbreak for a picnic lunch. 

Aber Bach, Pwllcrochan and Penbwchdy headland follow; the coastline here is wild and lonely, but a great stretch to spot grey seals. Here the scenery is ‘magnificently wild’ with volcanic cliffs over 137m high. Climbing up to Pwll Deri, we arrive at the back of the youth hostel with a view southwards that some rate as one of the finest in Britain. Here is Welsh poet Dewi Emrys’s memorial and the dominating bulk of ‘Garn Fawr’ an impressive hillfort. 



Day 8

Departure day

Meals

Breakfast

Independent departure from the hotel after breakfast. Check out is by 11am. 

We hope you have enjoyed your holiday and we look forward to welcoming you on another soon.

Departure dates for your selected tour

15th Jun 2024 - 22nd Jun 2024 (7 Nights)

13th Jul 2024 - 20th Jul 2024 (7 Nights)

28th Sep 2024 - 5th Oct 2024 (7 Nights)

Travel Details

All transport to and from the trailheads, is included in the holiday price.

Accommodation

Accommodation information

Below is the accommodation featured on this holiday across all departure dates. Please refer to the Itinerary for more detail about each night's accommodation for each departure date.

Hotel Mariners

Dating from at least 1729, the three-star Mariners Hotel is situated within the attractive and ancient town of Haverfordwest within walking distance from local shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities. 

The hotel offers 27 en suite bedrooms with pleasant furnishings, TV, tea & coffee making facilities, hair dryer and radio. The hotel has its own restaurant and bar where real ales are available. You can enjoy a quick bar snack or a more substantial menu with homemade and local produce freshly prepared and cooked by the chef. 

The hotel also offers free parking on a first come first served basis.

Trip Information

All the details you need

Holiday Grade

This is a Grade 6 challenging holiday which includes full day walks with appreciable amounts of ascent and descent with walks in some remote areas. The paths are all good, but there may be some short sections of rough ground and some walking close to the coast. You will find narrow paths in places, slippery rocks in inclement weather and erosion on parts of the cliffs. Being next to the coast may also bring windy conditions. 

Walks will be between 9.5 and 13.5 miles. You will find that some days are more challenging than others and you need to be fit to complete this holiday. Please see the daily itinerary for more detail of the walks. 

Walks & Excursions

Local Transport Costs

In the holiday cost, we've included all local transport expenses related to the advertised activity programme for your convenience. If there are additional visits or excursions to enrich your experience, you can choose to participate and cover the costs locally. Depending on the itinerary, local transport may involve a mix of private hire coaches, taxis, local buses, and ferries.

Optional Excursions

At your destination, you may have the option to book various local excursions and activities through a local operator. It's important to note that we are not involved in these activities or excursions, and we do not operate, supervise, or control them in any way. Your contract will be directly with the local activity supplier, and we bear no responsibility for their actions or omissions.

Spending Money

Holiday Budgeting

When budgeting for your holiday, you will need to consider drinks, non-included entrance fees, optional excursions you may choose to participate in locally and any souvenirs or additional services such as laundry. 

Tipping

In your holiday price, we've included tipping for our local suppliers, covering hotel and restaurant staff, local guides, and drivers. Should you wish to make an extra contribution for a specific service, this should be given directly to the recipient at your discretion.

Tour Leaders & Local Guides

Tour Leaders

Your tour leader plays a crucial role in enhancing your holiday experience, and they share your passion for exploring the world on foot. In addition to being resourceful and organized they are also well-travelled and deeply enthusiastic about showing you new destinations.  Your tour leader takes care of all the local administration, ensuring you can fully enjoy your holiday without worrying about the logistics. While leading group holidays, they always keep in mind that each group is composed of individuals. Each tour leader brings their unique style, talents, and professional background to the table. Rest assured, they are all trained, qualified, experienced, and dedicated to making your holiday as enjoyable, interesting, and inspiring as possible. Remember, your leader, while on holiday, is your first port of call for any issues, ensuring a smooth and worry-free experience for you.

Leader's Evening Briefing

Each evening, your tour leader will meet with you to review the programme for the next day. This is your chance to discuss details and ensure that the planned activities align with your walking ability. If you have any concerns about clothing or equipment, feel free to bring them up during this discussion. If, for any reason, you prefer not to participate in the organized group program, please inform your leader. Your preferences are important, and your leader is there to make sure your experience aligns with your expectations.

Your Travel Details

To reach the hotel…

By car: From J49 of the M4 take A48 to Carmarthen. Reaching Carmarthen, at 1st roundabout take A40 to Haverfordwest. On arrival at Haverfordwest at Scotchwell Roundabout, take the 1st exit and continue onto Cambrian Pl. At Salutation Square Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Cartlett Rd/Freemens Way/A4076. At Bridgend Square Roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A487. Where the A487 turns left and becomes Perrot Ave continue onto Mariners Square

By rail: The nearest railway station is Haverfordwest Taxis are readily available at the train station however we suggest you to pre-book a taxi to the hotel, which may cost in the region of £5 each way. 

UK rail information: www.nationalrail.co.uk 

By coach: The nearest bus station is Haverfordwest. From Carmarthen Bus Station, service No. 322 operates to Haverfordwest

UK coach information: www.nationalexpress.co.uk 

The AA and RAC both offer free and detailed on-line route planning facilities on their websites which may help you find our hotels. Details can be found at: www.theaa.com and www.rac.co.uk 

You may also wish to look at the following website for advice on the best way to travel to the accommodation: www.rome2rio.com 

Meeting your tour leader and fellow walkers: Please check the time of dinner on arrival (approximately 7pm) at the hotel and aim to be in the hotel lobby half an hour before dinner for an introduction to your tour leader, an outline of the planned programme for your holiday and the chance to meet your walking companions.

Personal Details Check

To ensure the accurate administration of your holiday arrangements, kindly verify that the personal details we have for you are current and correct. Confirm that you've given us all the necessary information for securing your travel and accommodation. Please review your passport details, date of birth, and any other pertinent information crucial for the management of your holiday.

Additionally, please make us aware of any dietary allergies or intolerances you may have. Your well-being is important to us, and this information will help us make appropriate arrangements for your meals during the trip.

You can access and update the provided information or add missing details through the "Manage My Booking" feature on our website at www.rambleworldwide.co.uk. Alternatively, reach out to our Sales and Reservations team at +44 (0)1707 331133. Upon receiving your booking confirmation, promptly check the details. Your cooperation ensures a seamless and enjoyable holiday experience.

Meals

Accommodation is on a half board basis with buffet breakfasts and dinners taken at the hotel. Picnic lunches are not included.

Footwear & Kit List

Footwear

Lightweight waterproof walking boots with a good moulded sole (such as Vibram or similar) and a deep tread and which provide ankle support are strongly recommended and may be essential for some walks.

General Kit List

Outdoor activities are always safer and more enjoyable if you are prepared.

If you have not travelled with us before the following list might be of use:

  • Waterproof jacket (Goretex or similar) and trousers
  • Lightweight quick-drying trousers
  • Walking T-shirt/shirts
  • Walking socks
  • Fleece or jumper
  • Sun hat, sunglasses, lip salve and sun block
  • Warm hat and gloves (if appropriate)
  • Swimwear (if appropriate)
  • Day sack (this should be able to carry all you would need for the day's activity)
  • Day sack liner
  • Water bottle - at least 1 litre capacity (more than 1 bottle may be required)
  • Basic first aid kit
  • Lunchbox
  • Walking poles (should you find them useful)
  • Sit mat

This list is not exhaustive and every walker is different and may have their own preference.

Travel Documents Checklist

Documents and Information to take with you:

  • Holiday money
  • Credit or debit cards (and separate details of who to call if lost)
  • Car parking ticket and car park directions (if prebooked)
  • Coach or rail travel tickets (if prebooked)
  • Holiday booking confirmation document
  • Travel insurance details (if applicable)
  • Details of any medical condition or allergy your holiday leader should know about

Water To Go

Opting for filtered water from a reusable bottle with its built-in water filter, like the Water-to-go bottle available at www.watertogo.eu, is a sustainable alternative to single-use sealed water bottles. Simply refill it from any water source and contribute to saving the environment from disposable plastic bottles.

Exciting news: Water-to-go has introduced two new bottles to their collection. The Active bottle is designed to fit bike water bottle holders, and the Sugarcane bottle is an even more planet-friendly option. Crafted from fibrous cane, a by-product of liquid extraction, it undergoes a process to create plant-based plastic. Explore the details on the Water-to-Go website for this innovative new range.

As a token of appreciation for your commitment to the environment, we've secured an exclusive 15% discount with Water-to-Go for you. Visit www.watertogo.eu and use the code RWW15 during your order.                        

Note: If you're booked on a long-haul holiday departing after November 1, 2023, you'll receive a complimentary Water to Go bottle, sent to your home address 2 or 3 weeks before your holiday. Thank you for being a part of our sustainable journey!

Maps, Guidebooks & Other Information

Maps, Guidebooks & More

Our intended walks are covered by the following maps, however as our centre is at the edge of several adjoining maps you may wish to obtain maps locally:

OS Explorer 1:25 000 OL35 North Pembrokeshire
OS Explorer 1:25 000 OL36 South Pembrokeshire

The Map Shop

If you cannot find the maps or books locally we recommend:

The Map Shop
5 High Street
Upton upon Severn, Worcs
WR8 0HJ
England

Tel: 01684 593 146
Website: www.themapshop.co.uk
E-mail: themapshop@btinternet.com

If you key many of the local places mentioned in this holiday fact sheet into YouTube, you will find a vast array of spectacular footage of the area.

Weather

Visit the following websites for an idea of the climate in your destination:

Staying Healthy On Holiday

Health requirements in destination can change, and it's crucial for you to take responsibility in staying informed. Ensure that you consult a professionally qualified source and comply with any health requirements at least 6 to 8 weeks before your departure. Your GP can provide advice on vaccinations. Stay proactive about your health preparations to ensure a safe and enjoyable travel experience.

Health Advice for United Kingdom

No compulsory immunisations are required for holidays in the UK although you should be up to date with the usual immunisations recommended for life in Britain. Tetanus immunisation is recommended.

Further Travel Advice

For further advice please visit:

You might wish to take a small bottle of antibacterial hand gel with you for times when you're unable to wash your hands.

Travel Insurance

It’s a condition of booking that you obtain adequate travel insurance, from a reputable provider, to undertake the holiday, including UK trips chiefly due to the cancellation element of cover.

The policy must cover the period from the date of booking to the last day of your trip and should include, as a minimum, cover for: medical expenses (including the consequences of a Covid positive test result), mountain rescue including helicopter rescue, death, repatriation, cancellation and curtailment and shall not have exclusion clauses limiting cover for the activities you will partake in on your trip, including altitudes reached in the holiday arrangement. It is your responsibility to check that your policy is adequate for the nature and destination of the holiday booked.

Once you have obtained your travel insurance, please provide us with the name of your travel insurer, the policy number and the insurer’s 24 hour emergency assistance number.

In the event that you fail to obtain suitable Travel Insurance we shall not be liable for any costs incurred or claims made against us due to your failure to comply with this term.

If travelling outside the UK you must carry proof of insurance with you and produce it if reasonably requested to do so by RWH Travel staff, tour leaders or suppliers. No refunds will be made should you be excluded from the walking programme through being uninsured or you being unable to demonstrate that you are insured.

Our house broker MPI should be considered for whom we are an affiliate and contact information is on our website and will be referred to in your booking confirmation.

If you are travelling to an EU country or Switzerland please also ensure that you have either an existing valid EU EHIC card (European Health Insurance Card) or a valid UK GHIC (Global Health Insurance Card). You can apply for a UK GHIC free of charge on the NHS website at https://services.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/cra/start.


Personal Safety

The UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office is your go-to for the latest info on security, local laws, and the nitty-gritty of passports and visas at www.gov.uk/travelaware. Make sure to take a quick peek at the current advice for your upcoming destination—it'll only take a few minutes.

When you're out and about, stay aware of your surroundings. Take smart precautions with your credit cards and passport, and maybe tone down the flashy accessories. Less is more, especially when it comes to carrying cash—just enough for the day will do. Consider using a money belt for that extra layer of security. Stay alert, stay safe, and make the most of your travels!

Cultural Awareness

Responsible Travel

We are dedicated to promoting responsible travel practices that prioritise the well-being of both the environment and local communities. We believe in the transformative power of travel and aim to minimize our ecological footprint by selecting eco-friendly accommodations, encouraging waste reduction, and supporting sustainable transportation options where possible. Our walking tours are designed to immerse participants in the local culture, fostering meaningful connections with the communities we visit. We strive to leave a positive impact by engaging in responsible tourism activities, respecting local customs, and contributing to the preservation of natural landscapes. Through our commitment to responsible travel, we aim to create enriching experiences for our guests while actively contributing to the conservation of the destinations we explore.

The Ramble Worldwide Outdoor Trust

Unlike many other tour operators, we take pride in our unique approach. Ramble Worldwide channels its surplus profits back into various outdoor, walking-related, or environmental conservation projects in the UK through our own trust. When you choose us, you contribute to this impactful initiative.

The primary focus of our Trust's financial support is directed towards Britain's premier walking charity, The Ramblers. They play a crucial role in advocating the benefits and significance of walking to the British public. Additionally, our Trust invites applications for small grants from local organizations in the UK that require support for walking-oriented activities. This encompasses initiatives such as establishing footpaths and bridleways, funding for the reconstruction of bridges and refurbishing huts, and bursary funding for organisations that support individuals to enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors..

For more comprehensive details, please visit the 'About' section on our website and click on the Charitable Trust link. Your choice to travel with us goes beyond a memorable vacation; it contributes to meaningful projects that have a positive impact on our community and environment.

Heart and Sole

We appreciate that we are in a fortunate position to be able to use our profits to help make a difference to people's lives. Heart & Sole is a venture managed by our office staff, whose aim is to reach the heart of the communities in the countries we visit. Through Heart & Sole, we hope to make more of a long term, direct impact to these communities, particularly in less developed countries where even a small amount goes a long way. See our website for more information and details of some of the projects we support.

Staying In Touch

Mobile Phones

Kindly share a mobile phone contact number with us. We'll utilize this solely for crucial communication pertaining to your holiday arrangements.

Ensure your mobile phone remains switched on and easily accessible when en route to the airport or during transit delays. This way, we can promptly reach you with any last-minute updates concerning your travel plans.

In consideration of others, we request that you switch off your mobile phone during walks or make an effort to limit its usage. Additionally, during group meals, please minimize the use of mobile devices. Your cooperation ensures a seamless and enjoyable experience for everyone on the journey.

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