What Have the Uk’s Rural Areas Got to Offer?

National Parks:
Snowdonia; Located in North Wales, offering at least 150 attractions. Snowdonia attracts all types of visitors due to is wide range of activities to do - those with special interest in mountain hiking/trails will visit and take advantage of the 3000 ft mountain, aswell as those interested in wildlife as Snowdonia is home of many rare mammals and birds furthermore is offers many fishing opportunities. Some may be motivated to visit to take part in an adventure and do something different with watersports, go-karting, zip lining and giant swings all on offer to participate in. Another type of visitor may be there for education purposes, Snowdonia is known as the ‘heartland’ of Welsh language and culture with at least 4 different museums in ordering you do discover the hidden gems of history and heritage located here.
Snowdonia provides all types of opportunities from: traditional pursuits such as walking trails, fishing spots, and cycling routes; the more modern pursuits with mountain biking, go karting, tree activities such as zip lining ect and water sports; special interest tourism from heritage and history, wildlife; passive things to do including sightseeing of the many mountains surrounding, photo opportunities, wildlife viewing, peace and quiet, beaches; or more active things to do such as walking/climbing the range of mountains, golf, events throughout the year including Christmas celebration ; furthermore an education purpose in which local   and regional schools may engage in geography field trips.

Loch Lomond; is a freshwater Scottish loch which crosses the Highland Boundary Fault. It is the largest inland stretch of water in Great Britain by surface area. The loch contains many islands, including Inchmurrin, the largest fresh-water island in the British Isle. Due to Loch Lomond being very water based national park, it mainly attracts people with special interest in fishing and watersports being a key motivation to visiting there. Some...