With so many exciting ways to explore the National Park and so much to discover, it's often difficult to know where to start.
So, to help you get that little bit more from your visit here - whether for a day or for longer, just click on one of the fascinating itineraries below.
Each tour is a daily, self guided tour. Some even include walks and activities to suit all abilities as well as give suggestions on where to base yourself overnight.
Why not combine two or more tours?
Although the tours include directions and road numbers, it would still be useful to pick up a map of the Brecon Beacons National Park. These are easily obtainable from the various tourist information centres in the area or from the Mountain Centre, Libanus.
...alternatively if you would prefer to explore the Brecon Beacons with a Guide and have an even more fun and informative day out, then you can contact one of our local, friendly Guides who will be pleased to take you to the various sites or design a personal tour for you.
For further information visit the website of The Welsh Official Tourist Guides Association
If you are a Welsh speaker and would like to read about some of our local tours in your mother tongue please click for our Welsh website developed for the Welsh visitor.
See here for further days out in the Brecon Beacons.
The unspoilt landscapes of the Brecon Beacons National Park
This two-day tour explores the central and western sections of the National Park, taking in historic castles, magnificent unspoilt scenery and the tranquil landscapes of the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal.
A thrilling, atmospheric tour with some big views in the western section of Wales 1st European Geopark
The 763 square kilometres (300 square miles) of Fforest Fawr Geopark is situated in the western part of Brecon Beacons National Park. It takes its name from the upland area at its core, which has been known for centuries as Fforest Fawr the Great Forest. Geoparks however are not just about rocks; they are also about people. They celebrate local legends, culture, archaeology and look at how man has shaped the cultural landscape that we see today.
Intrigue, scandal, history, religion and stunning beauty
.the Llanthony Valley in the Black Mountains has it all .
Leave Abergavenny on the A465 signed Hereford look for brown tourist sign to Llanthony Priory and turn left through the village of Llanvihangel Crocorney. Turn left again by the Skirrid Mountain Inn. (Wales oldest Inn, 13C and place of at least 180 hangings!)
No matter what direction you choose, The Brecon Beacons National Park is just the place for an active holiday! Walking, climbing, riding and canoeing are just some of the activities on offer on the two-day activity tour outlined below.>
Wales is not just the Land of Song...but also the land of mountains, woods and water! On this tour youll see them all.... Rivers, Canals, Lakes and Reservoirs and even the Water of Life itself, fine Welsh Whisky distilled from the sparkling streams that gurgle musically down the mountainsides. Soon, you too will be singing happily, as you cruise through the magnificent scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
DITCH THE DIET! - A foodie tour of the Eastern Brecon Beacons National Park. Whether staying in a hotel, B&B, self-catering or just here for the day we all want to eat. Our local food is outstanding seasonal, unadulterated and with unbelievable true taste. Food miles? Zero! Come and try ..this promises to be a day your taste buds will never forget!
Follow some of the drovers routes through the Market Towns of the Brecon Beacons National Park and experience the stunning views that they and their flocks enjoyed. The Park is blessed with many Market Towns that are worth visiting.
With welcoming hotels, inns, bed and breakfast places and farmhouse accommodations available, either Abergavenny and Crickhowell are good places to start your exploration of what has become known as Cordell Country.