When to go
All year round
From £ 50pp
Brecon Beacons National Park is rated among the best-caving destinations in the UK. The area is replete with caverns, potholes, passages and water bodies. Porth-yr-Ogof is the most popular cave system in South Wales and has more than 15 entrances.
You will be provided with a cave suit, helmet and other equipment. A cave leader will guide you through the extensive underground system. Explore million-year-old rock formations, revel in the beauty of the subterranean world formed over three million wormhole, death ledge, corkscrew and various exciting things.
The place is located 40 minutes away from our activity centre. We try and provide transportation for all customers. However, large groups may be required to arrange their own vehicles.
- Full-length wetsuit
- Full-body cave suit
- Helmet and torch
- Beverages and meals
Black Mountain is synonymous with a wide range of outdoor adventure activities such as paddleboarding, rock climbing, caving, canoeing, kayaking, biking, land carting, archery, abseiling and a lot more. Our instructors are passionate about adventure sports and all of them are certified. We have more than 20 years of experience in outdoor activities and operate a British Canoeing-certified centre offering courses on the River Wye.
- Bespoke adventure for you or your group.
- Kit for borrowing
- Technical kit
- Meals/ drinks
How to get there
The Cardiff International Airport is closest to Brecon Beacons. It is only an hour’s drive away.
Bus services to Brecon Beacons National Park are available daily. T4 runs from Cardiff to Newtown and the T6 from Swansea to Brecon.
Brecon Beacons is well connected. The activity centre is easily reachable by bus or train. Direct trains to Abergavenny on the Cardiff-Manchester line ply on an hourly basis and the area is well-connected with other cities.