Plan Your Adventure

wild_welsh_adventures_web_go-west-and-explore-east Adventures itineraries Wild Wales Adventures

To help you plan your legendary wildlife adventure in South and West Wales we’ve put together five suggested itineraries for your holiday.

See our ‘Places to Stay’ guide below for accommodation suggestions and links. You’ll need a car or your own transport for some parts of the itineraries that take you outside public transport routes, however there are good bus services for some parts of the itineraries.

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Go West 5-7 days
Whistle-stop West! 2 days each
Explore East 5-7 days
The Wild Wales Grand Tour 12-14 days
Places to Stay

Go West

This itinerary will take you to the spectacular West Wales coast, taking in the amazing wildlife this area attracts along the way.

Time: 5-7 Days
When to go: March – October (Late March – July to see Puffins, Autumn to see Seal pups)

New Quay – Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre

Start your adventure with a visit to the golden sands and peaceful harbour of New Quay, at the heart of Cardigan Bay.

Make sandcastles on the beach and have fish and chips on the harbour wall before visiting the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre, where you can find out all about the bay’s famous Bottlenose Dolphins.

Then take a boat trip with Dolphin Survey Boat Trips to get close to these amazing creatures in the company of a member of the Wildlife Trust’s Marine Team. Cardigan Bay is one of the best places to see Bottlenose Dolphins in the UK, so this is an experience not to be missed!

Cardigan Castle – The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Next, head south down the coast to the town of Cardigan, taking in the newly renovated castle in the town centre, before heading just out of town to the incredible Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve and the Welsh Wildlife Centre.

Home to kingfishers, peregrine falcon, otters, bitterns, red deer and many many other species, this is an amazing place to explore. In the summer you may even see our resident Water Buffalo on site. Visit the centre for educational exhibits, homemade food and gifts, and if you want to take your adventure further, why not hire a canoe and paddle down the river gorge. The centre has regular family activities and events, including pond dipping, crafts and guided walks.

For a truly special experience why not stay at Oak Tree Cottage (‘The Cwtch’) our very own cottage, nestled at the heart of the nature reserve.

Pentre Ifan – St Davids

Head further south past Fishguard and towards the UK’s smallest City, St Davids. On the way, take a short detour to visit the ancient neolithic burial chamber of Pentre Ifan.

When you reach St Davids you’ll find shops featuring local produce, galleries, including Oriel Y Parc which hosts nationally important exhibitions, and of course its famous Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace. Explore the cathedral and grounds before heading off to the other attractions in the area. Check out Dr Beynon’s Bug Farm to learn about our amazing insect life (and for the chance to try a bug burger!) hit the beach at glorious White Sands, or with older children try out Coasteering – the sport was invented in St Davids – for some adrenaline-fuelled adventure.

Lockley Lodge – Skomer Island

This is one part of your trip to West Wales not to be missed. Head for our Lockley Lodge Visitor Centre, situated on one of the most South-Westernmost peninsulas in Wales to embark on a journey you’ll never forget. Buy your ticket and take the 15 minute boat journey to Skomer Island where you’ll have the chance to see one of the most spectacular seabird colonies in the world.

Between late March and July you can see thousands of Puffins, Guillemots, Razorbills, Fulmar, Kittiwake and more, plus you will often see Grey Seals, Porpoises and Common Dolphins in the waters around the island. In May the island is carpeted with bluebells and campions, and in the autumn there are adorable seal pups. If you have some extra time, book to stay overnight on the island, to have the opportunity to see and hear hundreds of thousands of incredible Manx Shearwaters arriving back at their burrows after dark.

Pembroke Castle – Tenby – Manor Wildlife Park

Next it’s time to soak up some history. Cross the Cleddau River and head for the historic town of Pembroke, home to Pembroke Castle, one of the most formidable castles in Wales, and birthplace to King Henry VII (Henry Tudor), who went on to defeat Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth. Climb the castle walls and visit the dungeons before wandering down to the river to see moorhen and swans.

Then it’s on to the seaside town of Tenby with its beautiful beaches, shops, restaurants and family attractions. Nearby you’ll find the final stop on your adventure, Manor Wildlife Park, set in 52 acres of Pembrokeshire parkland and run by TV Presenter and friend to the Wildlife Trust, Anna Ryder-Richardson. Here you can see meerkats, rhino, tigers, wallabies, lemurs and many more amazing creatures from around the world.

Whistle Stop Tour

Two shorter options for a weekend wildlife adventure in West Wales…

Dolphins & Kingfishers

Why not start your short break at the Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran, spending some time exploring the reserve, looking out for kingfishers, otters or our visiting water buffalo. Have a delicious homemade meal in the Glasshouse Cafe, take part in the activities on site or go canoeing down the river gorge.

After a good night’s sleep it’s a 40 minute drive to the seaside town of New Quay with its beautiful sandy beaches. For the ultimate wildlife experience take a boat trip with members of our Marine Team via Dolphin Survey Boat Trips to see the bay’s famous Bottlenose Dolphins and end your adventure on a high!

Puffins & Primates (March-Early Aug)

If you can’t wait to see the famous Skomer Puffins, and the rest of the amazing wildlife Skomer Island has to offer, this is the adventure for you. Start your adventure with a visit to the stunning seaside resort of Tenby and a trip to the nearby Manor Wildlife Park where you’ll see the incredibly agile Gibbons, along with Tigers, Rhino, Meerkats and more. You may even have time to fit in a trip to historic Pembroke Castle after your wildlife extravaganza.

We recommend heading further west for an overnight stay near the embarkation point for Skomer Island. Try camping at West Hook Farm, which is within walking distance of the boat, or in one of the nearby villages of Marloes or Dale. Buy your tickets at our Lockley Lodge Visitor Centre and take the 15 minute boat ride to the magical world of sea birds, seals, rabbits, dolphins and porpoises – you won’t be disappointed!

Sailings to Skomer operate every day except Mondays, weather and sea conditions permitting. See our visitor information for full details of sailings and restrictions.

Explore East

Explore the amazing history and wildlife of South and East Wales
Time: 4-5 Days
When to go: All year round


Taf Fechan – Castell Coch – Parc Slip

Start your adventure with a walk in the Taf Fechan nature reserve near the historic industrial town of Merthyr Tydfil. This dramatic wooded limestone gorge is home to Otters, Badgers, Bats, and birds like Dippers, Grey Wagtail and Goosanders.

Take a walk on the nearby boardwalk to spot pond creatures like Dragonflies and Damselflies.

Next head down the A470 to the magical fairytale castle that is Castell Coch (CF15 7JS), nestled in a hillside woodland with its medieval style spires and spectacular painted interiors it’s like visiting another time. If you’d like to spend more time exploring the Welsh castles in this area, nearby Caerphilly Castle is also well worth a visit.

From here, head a short distance down the M4 to junction 36 and follow the signs to the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’s Parc Slip nature reserve, where you’ll find an amazing reserve to explore with woodlands, grasslands and ponds. Here you can see Lapwings, pond creatures, woodland birds, highland cattle and explore the history of this site. Pop in to the Visitor Centre Cafe for homemade food and snacks.

Parc Slip is more than just a wildlife site, it is also part of the Dyffryn Llynfi and Porthcawl Railway line, which served the coal and iron industries in the area. Take a walk along the route of this historic railway and discover the rich industrial history of the area.

Other attractions in the area include the Bridgend Designer Shopping Outlet and Cardiff City Centre with its shops, castle and arts venues.

MelinCwrt Falls – Swansea – The Gower – Gelli Hir Woods

Start the day with a visit to the magical Melincwrt Waterfall – this 80ft waterfall is the centrepiece of a woodland reserve that’s carpeted in bluebells in May and is home to Dippers, Redstarts and Pied Flycatchers.

Next stop is Swansea Bay and Gower Peninsula, which offer some of the most spectacular landscapes, beaches, woodland and wildlife in the UK. Stop off in the Mumbles for Swansea’s famous Joe’s Ice Cream and a stroll along the pier, and then head out around the Gower peninsula to discover famous beaches like Rhossili, Oxwich, Caswell and Three Cliffs Bay. Stop off at the Gower Heritage Centre and the Gelli Hir Wood, one of our reserves, which is home to dormice, sparrowhawks, tawny owls, dragon flies and damselflies.

Starting at Taf Fechan – ending at the National Showcaves Centre

Dinefwr Castle and Woods – Tywi Forest – National Showcaves Centre

Head for the picturesque little town of Llandeilo, with its lovely artisan shops and cafes, and follow signs to Dinefwr Park.

This is the site of a magnificent castle, set high over the river valley with amazing views across the Carmarthenshire countryside. Explore the Castle, Dinefwr house and the amazing ancient woodland with its raised boardwalk, ponds and hides. See Woodpeckers, Redstarts, and rare breed livestock on the estate.

If you have time why not continue north through the rugged valleys to the Tywi Forest with its stunning rocky gorges and bluebell woods. See Red Kite soaring, Pied Flycatchers, and if you’re very lucky you may even spot one of mid-Wales’s rare Red Squirrels.

Also in this area are hundreds of walks and cycle routes in the spectacular Brecon Beacons National Park, and the National Showcaves Centre with its underground labyrinth of caves and its dinosaur exhibits and Shire Horse Centre and Farm.

Starting at Taf Fechan – ending at the Tywi Forest

The Grand Tour

Time: 12-14 Days
When to go: March – October (Late March – July to see Puffins, late Aug – September to see Seal pups)

Map of grand tour

If you want to see it all, why not combine the Go West and Explore East itineraries for a longer holiday. We suggest staying in two centres, one East then one West, to maximise your adventure time.

Phew! What an adventure!! Share your pics with us via the hashtags #wildlifeadventures and #findyourepic.

For a truly special adventure close to the action, why not stay at the heart of the Wildlife Trust’s reserves?

Oak Tree Cottage – The Cwtch

Off the beaten track, nestled in the heart of the beautiful Welsh Wildlife Centre & Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve, Pembrokeshire, visitors will find the newly refurbished Oak Tree Cottage or the ‘Cwtch’ as we like to call it!

A brand new self catering holiday let that’s perfect for those wanting to relax in comfort whilst surrounded by our amazing Welsh wildlife.
Find out more about staying in our gorgeous Oak Tree Cottage…

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The cafe at the Welsh Wildlife Centre does fantastic lunches using fresh local food.

Skomer Island

Wave goodbye to the last visitor boat of the day…the island and its unique evening wildlife are yours to enjoy.

Relax in comfort at the Old Farm self catering accommodation or wander off to find to find your perfect spot to watch one of the island’s amazing sunsets.

Find out more about staying on our magical Skomer Island…

Skomer accommodation block

Accommodation on Skomer Island

For more amazing places to stay on your adventure check out the Visit Wales accommodation guide.

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I’ch helpu chi i gynllunio eich antur bywyd gwyllt chwedlonol yn Ne a Gorllewin Cymru, rydym wedi llunio syniadau am bum taith ar gyfer eich gwyliau. Edrychwch ar ein canllaw ‘Llefydd i Aros’ isod ar gyfer awgrymiadau am lety a dolenni atynt.

Bydd arnoch angen eich car neu eich cludiant eich hun ar gyfer rhannau o’r teithiau, sy’n mynd â chi y tu allan i lwybrau trafnidiaeth gyhoeddus. Fodd bynnag, mae gwasanaethau bws da ar gyfer rhannau o’r teithiau.

Mae posib lawrlwytho’r holl deithiau.

Tua’r Gorllewin 5-7 diwrnod
Y Gorllewin Gwyllt! 2 ddiwrnod yr un
Draw i’r Dwyrain 5-7 diwrnod
Taith Fawr Cymru Wyllt 12-14 diwrnod
Llefydd i Aros

Tua’r Gorllewin

Bydd y daith hon yn mynd â chi i arfordir trawiadol Gorllewin Cymru ac yn cynnig cyfle i chi fwynhau’r bywyd gwyllt rhyfeddol mae’r ardal hon yn ei ddenu.

Amser: 5-7 diwrnod
Yr amser gorau: Mawrth – Hydref (Diwedd Mawrth – Gorffennaf i weld y Palod, yr hydref i weld cenawon y Morloi)

Tua'r gorllewin

Ceinewydd – Canolfan Bywyd Gwyllt y Môr Bae Ceredigion
Bydd eich antur yn dechrau gydag ymweliad â thraethau euraid a harbwr heddychlon Ceinewydd, yng nghalon Bae Ceredigion.

Cewch godi cestyll tywod ar y traeth a chael pysgod a sglodion ar wal yr harbwr cyn ymweld â Chanolfan Bywyd Gwyllt y Môr Bae Ceredigion,ble cewch yr holl wybodaeth am Ddolffiniaid Trwyn Potel enwog y bae.

Wedyn cewch fynd ar drip cwch gyda Thripiau Cwch i Arolygu Dolffiniaid i fod yn agos at y creaduriaid rhyfeddol hyn yng nghwmni aelod o Dîm Morol yr Ymddiriedolaeth Natur. Bae Ceredigion yw un o’r llefydd gorau yn y DU i weld Dolffiniaid Trwyn Potel, felly dyma brofiad cwbl hanfodol! Peidiwch â’i golli!

Castell Aberteifi – Canolfan Natur Cymru

Nesaf, ewch i’r de i lawr yr arfordir i dref Aberteifi, gan fwynhau gweld y castell sydd wedi’i adnewyddu yng nghanol y dref, cyn mynd allan o’r dref fymryn i warchodfa natur ragorol Corsydd Teifi a Chanolfan Natur Cymru.

Dyma gartref i Las y Dorlan, Hebogau Tramor, Dyfrgwn, Aderyn y Bwn, Ceirw Coch a llawer o rywogaethau eraill ac mae’n lle rhyfeddol i’w archwilio. Yn yr haf, efallai y gwelwch chi ein Byffalo Dŵr sy’n byw ar y safle. Ewch i’r ganolfan i weld yr arddangosfeydd addysgol, i fwynhau’r bwyd cartref ac i brynu anrhegion. Os ydych chi eisiau ymestyn eich antur, beth am logi canŵ a rhwyfo i lawr ceunant yr afon. Mae’r ganolfan yn cynnal gweithgareddau a digwyddiadau rheolaidd i deuluoedd, gan gynnwys archwilio pyllau, crefftau a theithiau tywys.

Am brofiad cwbl arbennig, beth am aros yn Oak Tree Cottage (Y Cwtch), ein bwthyn bach ni yng nghalon y warchodfa natur.

Pentre Ifan – Tyddewi

Ewch ymhellach i’r de heibio i Abergwaun a thuag at ddinas leiaf y DU, Tyddewi. Ar y ffordd, gwyrwch fymryn oddi ar y llwybr i ymweld â siambr gladdu neolithig hynafol Pentre Ifan.

Ar ôl cyrraedd Tyddewi fe welwch chi siopau gyda chynnyrch lleol, orielau, gan gynnwys Oriel Y Parc sy’n cynnal arddangosfeydd o bwys cenedlaethol, ac wrth gwrs yr Eglwys Gadeiriol enwog a Phlas yr Esgob. Cofiwch am Fferm Drychfilod Dr Beynon i ddysgu am bryfed a thrychfilod anhygoel (ac am gyfle i flasu byrger pryfed!), ewch i draeth hudolus White Sands, neu gyda phlant hŷn rhowch gynnig ar Arfordiro – cafodd y gamp yma ei dyfeisio yn Nhyddewi – am antur llawn adrenalin.

Lockley Lodge – Ynys Sgomer

Dyma un rhan o’ch trip chi i Orllewin Cymru sy’n gwbl hanfodol. Ewch i Ganolfan Ymwelwyr Lockley Lodge, , ar un o’r penrhynau mwyaf De Orllewinol yng Nghymru, i gychwyn ar siwrnai fythgofiadwy. Prynwch eich tocyn ac ewch ar siwrnai 15 munud mewn cwch i Ynys Sgomer ble cewch gyfle i weld un o’r poblogaethau mwyaf gogoneddus o adar môr yn y byd.

Rhwng diwedd mis Mawrth a mis Gorffennaf fe welwch chi yma filoedd o Balod Atlantaidd, Gwylogod, Llursod, Adar Drycin y Graig, Gwylanod Coesddu a mwy, a hefyd, yn aml iawn, bydd posib gweld morloi llwyd, llamhidyddion a Dolffiniaid Cyffredin yn y dyfroedd o amgylch yr ynys. Yn ystod mis Mai, mae’r ynys yn garped o glychau’r gog a gludlys ac, yn yr hydref, gellir gweld cenawon hoffus y morloi. Os oes gennych chi ddigon o amser, archebwch i aros dros nos ar yr ynys,i gael cyfle i weld a chlywed cannoedd ar filoedd o Adar Drycin Manaw’n cyrraedd yn ôl i’w tyllau ar ôl iddi dywyllu.

Castell Penfro – Dinbych-y-pysgod – Parc Bywyd Gwyllt Manor

Nesaf mae’n amser am ychydig o hanes. Croeswch Afon Cleddau ac ewch i gyfeiriad tref hanesyddol Penfro, sy’n gartref i Gastell Penfro, un o’r cestyll mwyaf aruthrol yng Nghymru, a man geni Brenin Harri’r VII (Harri Tudur), a orchfygodd Richard III ym Mrwydr Bosworth.

Dringwch waliau’r castell ac ewch i’r daeargelloedd cyn crwydro i lawr yr afon i weld ieir dŵr ac elyrch. Wedyn ymlaen i dref glan y môr Dinbych-y-pysgod gyda’i thraethau hardd, siopau, bwytai ac atyniadau teuluol. Gerllaw fe welwch chi gyrchfan olaf yr antur yma,Parc Bywyd Gwyllt Manor, mewn 52 erw o barcdir yn Sir Benfro. Dyma barc sy’n cael ei redeg gan y cyflwynydd teledu a ffrind i’r Ymddiriedolaeth Natur, Anna Ryder-Richardson. Yma cewch weld swricatiaid, rhinoseros, teigrod, walabïaid, lemyriaid a llawer mwy o greaduriaid anhygoel o bob cwr o’r byd.

Taith Gyflym

Dau opsiwn byrrach ar gyfer antur wyllt dros y penwythnos yng Ngorllewin Cymru …

Dolffiniaid a Glas y Dorlan

Beth am ddechrau eich seibiant byr yng Nghanolfan Natur Cymru yng Nghilgerran,gan dreulio rhywfaint o amser yn archwilio’r warchodfa a chadw llygad am Las y Dorlan a Dyfrgwn, neu ein Byffalo Dŵr sy’n ymweld. Cewch fwyd cartref blasus yn y Caffi Tŷ Gwydr, cymryd rhan yn y gweithgareddau ar y safle neu fynd i ganŵio i lawr ceunant yr afon.

Ar ôl noson dda o gwsg, mae siwrnai 40 munud yn y car i dref glan y môr Ceinewydd gyda’i thraethau tywodlyd hardd. Am y profiad gorau un o fywyd gwyllt, ewch ar drip mewn cwch gydag aelodau ein Tîm Morol ar y Tripiau Cwch i Arolygu Dolffiniaid, i weld Dolffiniaid Trwyn Potel enwog y bae a chael diweddglo rhagorol i’ch gwyliau!

Palod a Mwncïod (Mawrth-Dechrau Awst)

Os ydych chi’n dyheu am weld palod enwog Sgomer a gweddill y bywyd gwyllt anhygoel sydd gan Ynys Sgomer i’w gynnig, dyma’r antur i chi. Dechreuwch eich antur gydag ymweliad â thref glan y môr drawiadol Dinbych-y-pysgod a thrip i Barc Bywyd Gwyllt Manor gerllaw, ble gwelwch chi’r mwncïod eithriadol ystwyth, a hefyd teigrod, rhinoseros, swricatiaid a mwy. Efallai y bydd gennych chi amser hefyd i gynnwys trip iGastell hanesyddol Penfro ar ôl mwynhau’r holl fywyd gwyllt.

Rydym yn argymell teithio ymhellach i’r gorllewin i aros dros nos ger y safle dal cwch ar gyfer Ynys Sgomer. Rhowch gynnig ar wersylla ar Fferm West Hook , sydd o fewn pellter cerdded at y cwch, neu yn un o’r pentrefi cyfagos, fel Marloes neu Dale. Prynwch eich tocynnau yng Nghanolfan Ymwelwyr Lockley Lodge a mynd ar y siwrnai 15 munud yn y cwch i fyd hudolus o adar môr, morloi, cwningod, dolffiniaid a llamhidyddion – ’chewch chi mo’ch siomi!

Mae cychod yn hwylio i Sgomer bob dydd ac eithrio dyddiau Llun, os bydd y tywydd a’r môr yn caniatáu wrth gwrs. Edrychwch ar ein a href=””> gwybodaeth i ymwelwyr am fanylion llawn am y cychod a’r cyfyngiadau.

Draw i’r Dwyrain

Ewch ati i archwilio hanes a bywyd gwyllt rhyfeddol De a Dwyrain Cymru

Amser: 4-5 diwrnod
Yr amser gorau: Drwy gydol y flwyddyn

Draw i’r Dwyrain

Taf Fechan – Castell Coch – Parc Slip

Dechreuwch eich antur drwy fynd am dro yng ngwarchodfa natur Taf Fechan gerllaw tref ddiwydiannol hanesyddol Merthyr Tudful. Mae’r ceunant calchfaen coediog a dramatig yma’n gartref i Ddyfrgwn, Moch Daear, ystlumod ac adar fel Bronwen y Dŵr, y Siglen Lwyd a’r Hwyaden Ddanheddog.

Ewch am dro ar hyd y llwybr pren gerllaw i ganfod creaduriaid sy’n byw mewn pyllau, fel Gweision y Neidr a Mursennod.

Nesaf ewch i lawr yr A470 i gastell hudolus Castell Coch (CF15 7JS), ar lethr coediog gyda’i dyrrau canoloesol a’i du mewn trawiadol wedi’i baentio’n hardd. Mae fel camu i fyd arall. Os hoffech dreulio mwy o amser yn archwilio cestyll Cymru yn yr ardal yma, mae Castell Caerffili gerllaw yn werth ei weld hefyd.

Oddi yma, ewch ryw ychydig i lawr yr M4 i gyffordd 36 a dilynwch yr arwyddion am warchodfa a href=””>natur Parc Slip Ymddiriedolaeth Natur De a Gorllewin Cymru, ble gwelwch chi warchodfa ryfeddol i’w harchwilio, gyda choetiroedd, glaswelltiroedd a phyllau. Yma mae posib gweld Cornchwiglod, creaduriaid pwll, adar y coetir, Gwartheg yr Ucheldir a mwynhau hanes y safle. Galwch i mewn yng nghaffi’r Ganolfan Ymwelwyr am fwyd a byrbrydau blasus.

Mae Parc Slip yn fwy na dim ond safle bywyd gwyllt, mae hefyd yn rhan o lein reilffordd Dyffryn Llynfi a Phorthcawl, a wasanaethai’r diwydiannau glo a haearn yn yr ardal. Ewch am dro ar hyd y llwybr rheilffordd hanesyddol yma i ddarganfod hanes diwydiannol cyfoethog yr ardal.

Ymhlith yr atyniadau eraill yn yr ardal mae Canolfan Siopa Brandiau o Bwys Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr a Chanol Dinas Caerdydd gyda’i siopau, y castell a lleoliadau celfyddydol.

Rhaeadr Melin Cwrt – Abertawe – Penrhyn Gŵyr – Coed Gelli Hir

Dechreuwch y diwrnod gydag ymweliad â safle hudolus Rhaeadr Melincwrt – y rhaeadr 80 troedfedd yma yw canolbwynt y warchodfa o goetir sydd â charped o glychau’r gog ym mis Mai ac sy’n gartref i Fronwen y Dŵr, y Tingoch a’r Gwybedog Brith.

Nesaf i Fae Abertawe a Phenrhyn Gŵyr, sy’n cynnig rhai o’r tirluniau, y traethau, y coetiroedd a’r bywyd gwyllt mwyaf trawiadol yn y DU. Stopiwch yn y Mwmbwls am hufen iâ enwog Abertawe, Joe’s Ice Cream, a chrwydrwch ar hyd y pier ac wedyn allan o amgylch penrhyn Gŵyr i ddarganfod traethau enwog fel Bae Rhosili, Oxwich, Caswell a Three Cliffs. Stopiwch yng Nghanolfan Dreftadaeth y Gŵyr a Choed Gelli Hir, un o’n gwarchodfeydd, sy’n gartref i Bathewod, Gweilch Glas, Tylluanod Brech, Gweision y Neidr a Mursennod.

Dechrau yn Nhaf Fechan – gan orffen yn y Ganolfan Ogofâu Arddangos Genedlaethol

Castell a Choed Dinefwr – Coedwig Tywi – Y Ganolfan Ogofâu Arddangos Genedlaethol

Ewch i dref fechan hardd Llandeilo, gyda’i siopau a’i chaffis hyfryd ac unigryw, a dilynwch yr arwyddion am Barc Dinefwr.

Dyma safle castell godidog, yn uchel uwch ben dyffryn yr afon gyda golygfeydd gwych ar draws cefn gwlad Sir Gaerfyrddin. Archwiliwch y Castell, tŷ Dinefwr a’r coetir hynafol rhyfeddol gyda’i lwybr pren ar godiad, pyllau a chuddfannau.

Edrychwch am gnocell y coed, y tingoch a’r brid prin o dda byw ar y stad. Os oes gennych chi amser, beth am fynd yn eich blaen tua’r gogledd drwy ddyffrynnoedd garw i Goedwig Tywi gyda’i cheunentydd creigiog trawiadol a’r coed o glychau’r gog. Cewch weld y Barcud Coch yn hedfan i’r entrychion, y Gwybedog Brith ac, os byddwch chi’n ffodus, efallai y gwelwch chi un o Wiwerod Cochion prin canolbarth Cymru.

Hefyd yn yr ardal hon ceir cannoedd o lwybrau cerdded a beicio yn ardal drawiadol Parc Cenedlaethol Bannau Brycheiniog, a’r Ganolfan Ogofâu Arddangos Genedlaethol gyda’i labyrinth tanddaearol o ogofâu, ei harddangosfeydd o ddeinosoriaid a’r Ganolfan a’r Fferm Ceffylau Gwedd.

Dechrau yn Nhaf Fechan – gorffen yng Nghoedwig Tywi

Y Daith Fawr

Amser: 12-14 diwrnod
Yr amser gorau: Mawrth – Hydref (Diwedd Mawrth – Gorffennaf i weld Palod, yr hydref i weld cenawon y Morloi)

Taith fawr Cymru wyllt

Os ydych chi eisiau gweld y cyfan, beth am gyfuno teithiau Tua’r Gorllewin a Draw i’r Dwyrain am wyliau hirach. Rydym yn awgrymu eich bod yn aros mewn dwy ganolfan, un yn y Dwyrain ac wedyn un yn y Gorllewin, i fanteisio i’r eithaf ar eich antur.

Wel! Am hwyl!! Rhannwch eich lluniau gyda ni gan ddefnyddio’r hashnodau #anturiaethaubydnatur a #canfodeichepig / #wildlifeadventures a #findyourepic.

Am antur wirioneddol arbennig yn agos at yr holl fwrlwm, beth am aros yng nghalon gwarchodfeydd yr Ymddiriedolaeth Natur?

Oak Tree Cottage – Y Cwtch

Oddi ar y llwybr cyfarwydd, yng nghalon Gwarchodfa Natur hardd Canolfan Natur Cymru a Chorsydd Teifi, Sir Benfro, bydd ymwelwyr yn dod o hyd i fwthyn wedi’i adnewyddu, Oak Tree Cottage neu ‘Y Cwtch’ fel rydyn ni’n hoffi ei alw!

Bwthyn gwyliau hunanarlwyo newydd sbon sy’n berffaith ar gyfer y rhai sydd eisiau ymlacio’n gyfforddus yng nghanol bywyd gwyllt rhyfeddol Cymru.
Rhagor o wybodaeth am aros ym mwthyn hardd Oak Tree Cottage…

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The cafe at the Welsh Wildlife Centre does fantastic lunches using fresh local food.

Ynys Sgomer

Ffarweliwch â chwch ymwelwyr olaf y dydd … chi biau’r ynys a’i bywyd gwyllt unigryw yn ystod y nos i’w mwynhau.

Ymlaciwch yn gyfforddus braf yn llety hunanarlwyo’r Hen Fferm neu grwydro i ganfod llecyn perffaith i weld machlud gogoneddus yr ynys.

Rhagor o wybodaeth am aros ar Ynys hudolus Sgomer…

Skomer accommodation block

Accommodation on Skomer Island

Am fwy o lefydd rhagorol i aros ynddynt ar eich antur, edrychwch ar ganllaw llety Croeso Cymru.