As Wales witnesses its best weather in years, early reports suggest that this year’s sky-high summer temperatures have attracted hundreds to book family caravan holidays alongside a huge surge in tourist numbers.
Well-known spokesman Jon Dale confirmed that Wales has seen a significant rise in the number of bookings on the club sites compared to 2012. He continued on to say that since July, Wales has seen a 38% increase in comparison to the booking ratings from last year and they expect to endure this positive trend even more so.
Adrian Greason-Walker, the executive director of Wales’s tourism alliance added that caravan parks and campsites in popular areas have remained busy throughout the month of July up until this very day, proving to be a fantastic year for caravan park owners all over Wales.
Not only this, but it has also been reported that potential first-time tourists are a lot more likely to visit Wales over southwest England due to Wales massive heatwave.
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