North Devon’s Lundy Island Has So Much To Explore And Now There Is A New Way Of Doing So
26th September 2016
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The sheer volume of wildlife on Lundy Island draws countless tourists every year.  To really give them an up-close experience this year the island warden Beccy Macdonald will be taking guests aboard the RIB Islander to let them explore the marine wildlife.

They are a great way of viewing Lundy from a different perspective and it's a perfect opportunity to get out on the water.  You will be able to see a wealth of sea birds and the colonies of grey seals.

Lundy Island is home to around 300 grey seals and the biggest seabird breeding colony in the entire South West.  If you are really lucky, you may even see the common dolphins, porpoises and occasional basking sharks that often visit the area especially in warmer weather.

If you have never been to Lundy make a day of it.  There is so much to explore, not just the wildlife, but it's the perfect place to start.

For more information on Sea Safaris check the Lundy Conservation Team on Facebook or on The Lundy Island web pages.  

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