1. See Wales play at the Principality Stadium
If there’s one thing that Wales comes together for, it’s rugby. Take a trip the Principality Stadium when the national team are playing to experience a sporting atmosphere like no other. Visitors are also able to take a behind-the-scenes tour!
2. Try your hand at white water rafting
In the heart of the international Sports Village in Cardiff, fun-lovers can find the White Water Rafting centre, which offers visitors the chance to race down the rapids at a choice of speeds.
3. Visit the epic landscapes of the Brecon Beacons
Travel an hour out of Cardiff to the Brecon Beacons to traverse swollen rivers, forage for food, build emergency shelters and learn improvised first aid at the Bear Grylls Survival Academy.
4. Get climbing
If you’ve always wanted to try rock climbing but are a little hesitant, situated just 5 minutes out of Cardiff’s city centre you’ll find Boulders Indoor Climbing Centre. Fun for all those of all ages and ability, Boulders introduces people to climbing in a safe yet exciting way.
5. Set off on a fishing adventure
Sail from Penarth Marina, Cardiff Bay on board the good boat, Escape for a true Welsh fishing adventure. Visitors sail the beautiful Bristol Channel, and with help from the skipper, potentially land a big catch!
6. Tee-off at Cardiff Gold Club
Not only is Cardiff rugby mad, it also loves a game of golf with more than 15 courses in and around the city. Cardiff Golf Club is well known for its luscious green land and challenging course.