Landing on Ramsey Island









Ramsey Island is owned and protected by the RSPB who have granted Thousand Islands Expeditions sole landing rights to the Island.

Each day a privileged number of day visitors are invited to experience the unspoilt natural beauty of this spectacular island nature reserve.   Seals, seabirds and a myriad flora and fauna make up this beautiful Pembrokeshire island.  

There is a main trail of about 3.5 miles (5.6 km) which can be divided into two loops.

Lat/Lng: 51.86456, -5.33335 Grid Ref: SM706237

Ferry boat to land on Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve

ferry departure:

to Ramsey Island:
10.00     12.00

Ramsey Island harbour Ramsey Sound St Davids

ferry departure:

from Ramsey Island:
12.00     16.00

Ferry boat fees to land on Ramsey Island Pembrokeshire

Total cost:

Non Members:
Adult £18    Concession £15   Child £8.50
Friends of Ramsey/RSPB Members:
Adult £12    Concession £12   Child £5.50

Ferry boat to land on Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve

arriving on Ramsey Island:

On arrival at Ramsey Island the warden will give you an introductory talk in the display room and a map, you are then free to explore the island at your leisure.

Walkers on the Ramsey Island trail off the Pembrokeshire Coast

you will need:

due to the rough terrain on the island trail a reasonable level of fitness is required and sturdy footwear or walking books are recommended.

Chough on Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve

Flora and Fauna:

Wildlife on Ramsey Island