In a beautiful coastal region like the Kingdom of Fife, there are many benefits to taking to the water to spot wildlife. On land, there are many trails to follow as well as nature reserves and wildlife attractions but to get a real sense of the animal life that calls Fife home, you need to take to the sea.
Powering through the waters of the Firth of Forth, low-lying cliffs come into view as the rib cuts waves of briny white foam. As it slowly draws up close to the rock face, you become all too aware of the noise and activity engulfing you as overhead puffins chatter on ledges or swoop and appear to hover as they ride the wind currents.
On a wildlife cruise in Fife, you’ll see a range of animal life, such as grey seals resting on the region’s award-winning beaches or cities of seabirds like those living in the crags of the Isle of May. Casting off from the small Fife fishing village of Anstruther, you’re likely to spot puffins, guillemots, Arctic terns and many other species when find yourself pulling up to this birdwatchers’ paradise. Getting up close to these magnificent creatures, you’ll not only benefit from the vast knowledge of a professional guide but you’ll enjoy the experience from a safe vehicle.
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Welcome to Isle of May Boat Trips a thrilling fast boat excursion to and around the Isle Of May at the mouth of the Firth of Forth to view stunning scenery, seals, seabirds (including the puffins) and dolphins if we are lucky.