NATURE TOURS

Although current Scottish Government guidelines allow organised groups of up to 50 people to undertake outdoor sports and exercise, in order to ensure that social distancing is maintained, and everyone gets a good experience, land tours will be far smaller than this.  The maximum number for wildlife cruises will be 12 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, just ask.

 

 The tours listed below are just examples, if you would like something different, please ask and I am sure we can come up with a bespoke package.

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 accessible to all whenever possible. If you have specific needs, then please get in touch and we can explore options.

Wildlife Cruise 
Sail along the coast to St Abb’s Head to wonder at the amazing breeding seabird colony and any other wildlife we see along the way. 

May to July

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

May to July

Wildlife Safari
Spend 3 hours enjoying the amzing wildlife of St Abb's Head Nature Reserve.

All year

Ecotherapy - forest bathing and more
Re-learning how nature nourishes our sense of wellbeing. 

All year

Meet the Seabirds
Spend an hour or so on an easy stroll getting to know the different types of seabirds to be found at St Abb's Head. 

May to July

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

Wild about town
Come an discover more about the wildlife that can be found right under our noses in Eyemouth.

All year

Seal Safari
Walk out to watch the hundred of seals pupping at Lumsdaine Shore.

Mid Nov to late Dec