I believe, wholeheartedly, that nature should be accessible to all, which is why I use the term "tour" instead of "walk" and try to ensure that tours are easy access whenever possible. If you have specific needs, then please get in touch and we can explore options.


In order to ensure that social distancing is maintained, and everyone gets a good experience, land tours will be for a maximum of 12 people, and boat tours 13 passengers plus me and the skipper.  If you would feel safer being on a tour just for you and your household &/or close friends, we can accommodate this, but this may cost you more, but please just ask.


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Seal Cruise 
Sail along the coast to Fast Castle to wonder at the sight of thousands of seals breeding on beaches along the coast. 

October & November

Seashore Safari
Have a good old guddle in some rockpools in search of weird and wonderful sea creatures.  Adults don't need to be accompanied by a child!

All year

Mindful meander
Take time to connect with nature and help it nourish you.  Woodland, beach, or clifftop - the choice is yours.

All year

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Seal Safari
Walk out to a vantage point above Lumsdaine Shore where over 500 pups born & witness all sorts of amazing activity.


Nature Ramble
Take a stroll through Berwickshire's countryside and discover more about the wildlife that makes its home here.

All year

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Seabird Safari
Spend a couple of hours ambling along the clifftops finding out more about the private life of the seabirds to be found at St Abb's Head.

May to August