A long shot but completely worth it, as I finally decided to take the family out and do something completely unexpected – by surprising both my wife and daughter with a day out at Zip World Carverns in Blaenau Ffestiniog, Snowdonia National Park!
It was unlike anything we’ve tried before and probably one of the best experiences we’ve had – most likely because it was done in those beautiful and very spacious underground Snowdonian caves.
Zip World also boasts the world’s longest Zip Line but that’s not all – with so many high rope spots available nationwide – Zip World offers what could actually be one of the world’s very best!
Adults pay around £99 per ticket while kids pay around £65 and have to be at least 10 years old to take part, but in their defence, the prices involved are a fair reflection of all the behind-the-scenes work carried out to make such an experience possible and accessible to everyone. From exquisite attention to detail to overall security and safety of equipment.
If you previously thought that visiting caves in Wales would be boring – then you need to rethink again. Zip World offers a mind-blowing alternative to traditional cave exploring and any kind of Zip-Lining you may have experienced before. Book your adventure today!