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East Meets West: Introducing Our Special Tidal Cruise for 2024
March 25, 2024
east-meets-west-special-tidal-cruise-north-devon
East Meets West: Introducing Our Special Tidal Cruise for 2024
March 25, 2024

Feathers and Flights

The New 2024 Bird Watching Cruise Along Exmoor’s Coast

Exciting news for all bird and nature lovers! The Ilfracombe Princess is proud to unveil a new addition to our 2024 itinerary: the Bird Watching Cruise. This bespoke voyage is specifically tailored for those with a passion for the majestic theatre of the natural world.

 

A Sanctuary in the Skies

Embark on a journey to the spectacular Exmoor coast, where England's loftiest sea cliffs reach skywards, serving as the canvas to wide range of bird life. With your binoculars at the ready, regular sightings include the serene ballet of kittiwakes, the earnest guillemots, the poised cormorants, and the sharp-eyed razorbills.

 

The Peregrine’s Domain

One of the most exciting sights is the Peregrine Falcon. Recognised as one of the fastest birds, these wonderful creatures can be observed over the Exmoor sky, their incredible flights are a spectacle against the panoramic views.

 

Not Just a Cruise – An Expedition

The Exmoor Coastal Bird Watching isn’t simply a cruise; it is a carefully curated tour. As the vessel hugs the coastline, passengers are treated to a parade of natural wonders. Sheer cliffs drop to the sea, waterfalls cascading down, and the undisturbed wilderness teems with life.

 

Landscapes Woven from Wonder

For those who wish to view the untouched corners of our planet, the Exmoor coast is a testament to the wild beauty that still thrives. This is an experience tailored not only for seasoned birdwatchers but for anyone seeking natural tranquillity. 

 

A Voyage to Remember

The Exmoor coast is calling, its cliffs and skies waiting for those who yearn for adventure with the natural world. Do not miss this opportunity to be part of a select few to experience the wildlife wonders of the highest sea cliffs in England.