From the depths of its caves to the heights of Pen y Fan, exploring the majestic Brecon Beacons is a must. Discover a strong Welsh heritage, trek for miles over grassy moorlands and stargaze by night in this Dark Sky Park.
Britain’s largest National Park, the Cairngorms hosts rugged mountains, roaring rivers, heather moorlands, lochs, ancient forests, castles, famous whisky distilleries, a vast array of wildlife and exhilarating outdoors activities.
The pride of Devon, Dartmoor is 368 square miles of wild open spaces offering mighty granite tors, historic ruins, semi-wild moorland ponies, lots of outdoors pursuits and friendly village pubs serving local fayre.
A sweeping moorland landscape home to wild red deer and Exmoor ponies, with a coastline of beaches and towering cliffs. Walk, cycle, ride, stargaze and soak up the wonders of the Great Outdoors.
The Lake District is the UK’s most visited National Park, with a spectacular upland landscape of fells, valleys, glacial lakes, stone walled fields, woodland and a plethora of attractions and activities for all ages and interests.
Loch Lomond & Trossachs
Centred on the “Bonnie Bonnie Banks O' Loch Lomond”, this is the most visited of Scotland's two National Parks, with a landscape of lowland glens, braes, forests and snow-capped Munros just waiting to be explored.
A UK travel must, with glorious countryside and coast. Spot free-roaming ponies, hike across miles of heathland or visit olde tearooms, pubs and attractions like Exbury Gardens, the National Motor Museum and Peppa Pig World.
A series of lakes interlinked by rivers and man-made channels, forming 200 miles of navigable waterways in serene countryside, the unique Norfolk Broads are popular for holidays, sailing and observing native wildlife.
North York Moors
This National Park comprises a glorious landscape of heather-clad moors, ancient woodland, dramatic coastline, bejewelled dark skies and over 1,400 miles of walking trails.
Northumberland National Park
The least populated and least visited UK National Park, Northumberland is a tranquil and beautiful destination, with dark night skies and attractions including Hadrian’s Wall, the Cheviots, Coquetdale and Kielder Water.
Spiritual home of free access to the countryside, with over 1,600 miles of rights of way across ‘White Peak’ and ‘Dark Peak’, the Peak District is one of the UK's most visited national parks.
Britain's only maritime national park hosts a spectacular 186-mile coastline with glorious beaches, estuaries, off-shore islands and the inland Preseli Hills; providing endless attractions and opportunities for outdoors adventures!
From the rolling hills of Hampshire to the western Weald and white cliffs of East Sussex, the South Downs is one of Britain’s great ‘breathing spaces’. Walk, cycle, horse-ride, paraglide, stargaze, explore and be inspired!
Eryri National Park (Snowdonia)
Snowdonia is quite simply spectacular, with its rugged mountain ranges, deep forests, sparkling lakes, green valleys and beautiful coastline. Discover an abundance of thrilling outdoors activities and superb attractions.
Known as ‘The Dales’, discover rugged limestone scenery, heather moorland, beautiful waterfalls and some of the best walking in the country, not to mention England’s highest pub!