Go Ape is the UK's number one tree-top adventure. Head to Go Ape! Margam, nr Port Talbot for two to three hours in the trees, taking on zip wires, Tarzan swings, rope ladders and a variety of high-wire crossings, all set in the UK's most beautiful forests.There are now 27 Go Ape courses dotted around the UK, which means there's one near you. No two courses are the same so if you've been before, check out another site for a whole new adventure. And bring your Tribe!
We've talked about Margam Country Park in this book before as the park is also featured as one of the Top 100 Attractions, but nestled perfectly between the trees at Margam is ‘Go Ape' This popular nationwide phenomenon is enjoyed by people of all ages, and once you've actually visited there; it becomes ever so apparent why! A state of the art rope works course is what you'll find, with an intricate network of Crossings and Zips, and the longest zip wire (167m) to contend with and that's just for starters. If you haven't got a head for heights like me then do not worry! Go Ape's team of trained staff are always on hand to guide you through the course and get you safe to the other side!
The Prince of Wales Pub in Ton Kenfig, Glamorgan, is a charming historic country inn that exudes character and warmth. Stepping into the pub feels like stepping back in time, as it proudly showcases its rich history through its architecture and decor. With a history dating back decades,
Whether you’re planning the perfect wedding, or just looking for somewhere to spend some much needed time together: Blanco’s Hotel & Restaurant is superbly placed in Port Talbot; the gateway to Swansea.