Guidance and regulations for tour/ coach operators

Anyone operating tours or visits around Wales will need to ensure that they and their clients comply with the latest* Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No. 2) (Wales) Regulations 2020 and guidance for tourism and hospitality businesses for a phased and safe re-opening.  This must include a full risk assessment and consideration of all requirements including (but not limited to) social/physical distancing and our Test, Trace, Protect approach.  In respect of transport, coach operators should follow the guidance that applies to public transport operators and ensure that they have undertaken a full risk assessment.  Note that from 27 July three-layer face coverings will become compulsory on the public transport in Wales. In […]

Important Parking Update

No parking at Pen y Pass this weekend. The Snowdon Sherpa Park and Ride Service will be running every 15 minutes from Nant Peris and Llanberis car parks to Pen y Pass this weekend. Please tell your guests to check the parking updates which can be found on

Coronavirus restrictions relaxed further in Wales

Tourist accommodation with shared facilities, such as camping sites and all hotels will be able to re-open from Saturday (25 July) as will underground attractions, marking the full re-opening of Wales’ visitor attractions. New rules making it compulsory to wear a face covering on public transport, including taxis, will also come into effect on Monday (27 July). This is the latest in the phased re-opening of Wales’ hospitality, leisure and retail sectors. In addition to beauty salons, nail parlours, tattoo shops, cinemas, amusement arcades, museums and galleries, the coronavirus regulations will also be amended to enable the housing market to re-open fully.