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We went to the visit Islands with Sunset cruise, it was windy and very cold. First 10 mins on the boat to the white light tower, we experience few big waves, it felt like riding on the pirate in tge theme park. There was family...More
Most interesting national trust property I have visited. We parked car in Seahorse town and took a boat ride. We went mid August, so puffins have left Islands. Boat ride was very comfortable, we went around staple island, it was covered with veriety of birds,...More
Absolutely beautiful. Lucky we went in a glorious sunny day. The highlight was the Arctic Tern and their chicks so very cute and very protective of their offsprings.
The scenery is really gorgeous and the chance to see different birds from close and with their...More
I was so amazed at the variety of wildlife we saw on a sunset cruise....I didn't expect to see much but was thrilled to see puffins and seals up close! And the view of Bamburgh Castle and the coastline is stunning.
Did this trip with my wife and close friends. It was marketed as a full sunset trip around the Farne Islands. We went with a company called Serenity Cruises. A great choice as the staff and vessel were great.The gent looking after us was excellent....More
This is a very special place and we had an amazing time here. The boat trip on Serenity Boat Tours was excellent - we got up close to the cliffs where the guillemots were nesting and so very close to the grey seals we were...More
See it on the tele (Robson Green) and it looked interesting, even though we are not bird watchers.. Thought why not ..
£36. For two people so not cheap !!!!
Think the people who sell the tickets should have told us
The birds had GONE...More
I visited the Inner Farne Island on a trip form Seahouses. The visit lasts for 1 hour. You need to pay a landing fee for a pass before you leave Seahouses. These is a well prepared route around the island and it will take around...More
We went as part of a boat trip which you access from Seahouses.
We booked prior to going as if you wait till the day you risk not going at your desired time.
The Island was stunning.
The rangers were very interesting.
Recommend going to...More