Every week all year round there are a number of different activities held in which visitors staying on Lundy can take part. These take various forms.
Rockpool Rambles are planned on days with a suitable low tide. With the warden you can delve into the rockpools in Devil's Kitchen to discover some of the weird and wonderful seaweeds and animals that are uncovered by the tide each day.
‘Lundy: Above and below the waves’ is an evening talk and slideshow held each week to illustrate the wealth of flora and fauna on and around the Island. These are held all year round in the Wheelhouse of the Marisco Tavern.
Guided Walks around the southern half of the island are held throughout the year and depending on the season will take in different aspects of Lundy’s variety of habitats.
Snorkel Safaris are held between June and September and are a chance to get into the water and experience marine life first hand. Accompanied by a snorkel instructor you may be surprised by how much marine life is living just below the waves!
For further information on these events please click here: Warden-led events
Lundy is like a living classroom with the scope to cover a variety of different educational topics. From Island history and the early settlers to natural history and conservation of the islands special habitats - there is a wealth of information and experience to become immersed in during your visit.
The island can accommodate school groups of up to 35 pupils visiting for the day or smaller groups to stay. Wardens are available by prior arrangement to accompany you for an educational activity and are experts in their field on all aspects of Lundy’s natural history.
If you are interested in visiting the island as part of an educational visit please take a look at the Lundy Education pages or alternatively contact the Lundy Shore Office on 01271 863636 for all booking enquiries and the warden on email@example.com to help you plan your trip.