- St Davids
- All Ages
- Tours and River Cruises
Thousand Islands Expeditions offer wildlife adventure boat trips around the lovely Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve.
You can jump on an exciting jet boat or a leisurely traditional boat with your wildlife guide. Set off across the fast currents to search for porpoise feeding in the white water in Ramsey Sound. Look out for Atlantic Grey Seals in the bays and their fluffy white pups (born August, September and October). See how many varieties of seabirds you can spot whilst looking up at some of the highest sea cliffs in Wales.
Alternatively, why not spend a great day out on Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve. A warden will meet you as you land on the island for an introductory talk in the display room, you will then receive a brochure with the paths marked on and you are free to explore the island with your family. Look out for Red Deer on the high land, wild ponies roaming, Peregrine Falcons flying overhead, the famous Ramsey Chough and lots of seabirds. Bring a picnic and enjoy the scenery.
For the more adventurous join us on one of our offshore trips. See the spectacular Grassholm Island, 39,000 breeding pairs of giant white gannets, Atlantic Grey Seals play in the water around the island. We head further offshore searching for Common Dolphins who love to jump around the boat and if you are really lucky, maybe a sighting of a magnificent whale. We pass playful Puffins, strange Sunfish and porpoise.
Runs 7 days a week from Easter to 31st October from 8.45 AM until 5 PM
Wide range of trips and tours to choose from so be sure to check their website in advance Original Thousand Island Adventure: Adults £25 Child £12 Concessions £21 Under 4 £5
Cross Square, St Davids, Pembrokeshire, SA62 6SL, Wales
01437721721 or 01437721686
WebsiteClick here to visit Thousand Islands Expeditions' website.
Thousand Islands Expeditions has not told us about their parking.
Yes, there are toilets.
There is a toilet onboard the traditional boat and eco friendly toilets on Ramsey Island.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
Thousand Islands Expeditions has not told us if you can bring a picnic.
Thousand Islands Expeditions has not told us about their dining options.
On the boat trips we suggest you just take a bottle of water. When landing on Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve we suggest you take a picnic. There is a tuc shop on the island that sells the basic, tea, coffee, soft drinks, chocolate and crisps.
No, Thousand Islands Expeditions is not wheelchair friendly.
No, Thousand Islands Expeditions have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
Thousand Islands Expeditions has not told us if they are dog friendly.