It has been agreed that Wales will open its borders on the 6th July 2020. First Minister Mark Drakeford announced last week that he is looking forward to restarting the economy. Whilst the hospitality industry remains closed for now, he has suggested a step by step change by gradually lifting restrictions and providing the coronavirus stays under control, he is happy for National Parks, outdoor area’s and outdoor activities to open.
Staycations are due to be hugely popular this year and with many families having holidays cancelled or postponed, North Wales is set to become a must do destination according to tourism experts. Camping and caravan sites have advised that they are using the next three weeks to plan and prepare for the opening of their sites however many of the facilities and activities will not be opening such as swimming pools and entertainment venue’s.
As North Wales has reinvented itself as the ‘Adventure Capital of the UK’ who needs a swimming pool and indoor entertainment when you have natural lakes and mountains to explore.
Bookings for holidays will be accepted from July 13th