Pentire and The Rumps Tour (Puffin Island)
Heading out from Rock or Padstow the boat crosses Hayle Bay (Polzeath) then around the stunning Pentire Headland. We pass under the looming 300ft laval cliffs of Pentire then head towards the Iron-age hill forts of The Rumps. Hugging the sheltered reefs here we often see seals. In May/June The Mouls Island just off Pentire Head is also host to a colony of Puffins which can be observed in flight, in the water and occasionally feeding their young in their burrows. We may even be lucky enough to see sunfish around this area.
The Rumps Tour costs £40 per adult and £30 per child under 14. The tours run for approximately 2 hours and lifejackets are provided. We do recommend bringing a warm layer, a waterproof jacket and sun cream. In particularly wet weather we can provide full waterproofs.
What people say…
“Superb experience – great fun – beautiful coastline and fantastic ride. Saw dolphins, seals and loads of birds. Excellent.”
“Speechless really, absolutely brilliant. Very exhilarating, didn’t want it to end. To see the pod of dolphins was just the best.”
“Fantastic informative trip – good commentary and great dolphins!!”
“Everything we expected but better – Seriously fast boat but comfortable – a fantastic experience for our whole group from young kids to adults.”
“Hi just wanted to say we really enjoyed the trip on Wednesday I really enjoy the dolphins and mom really likes you she thinks you’re like Steve backshall and she reeeeeeeaaaaalllllly loves him. Thanx.”
Abi, sam and Maria Holland xxx
“Fantastic experience to see dolphins in the wild with a first class guide who pointed out all the other wildlife and a thrilling high speed return trip too – fab!”
“A fantastic experience. Exhilerating, best thing we’ve done all week. The dolphins took our breath away! Great!”
Sarah Cann and family
“The RIB trip was one of the highlights of our holiday – a real insight into the geology and history of the coast, dolphin spotting and a seat of the pants speed home – awesome”
Tim and Family (the Steeles)