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 of flora and fauna make up this beautiful Pembrokeshire island RSPB Nature Reserve.
In spring the islands cliffs come alive with thousands of nesting seabirds. Peregrines and Choughs also nest on the cliffs which are some of the highest cliffs in Wales.
In summer the carpets of heather come into bloom attracting bees and butterflies.
In Autumn the Atlantic Grey Seal colony increases with 100's of white fluffy seal pups born on Ramseys beaches and bays every year.
On arrival at Ramsey one of the RSPB staff will talk to you about the island, you then receive a map and will be free to explore the island at your leisure.
There is a main trail around the island of about 3.5 miles (5.6 km) which can be divided into two loops.
Departing 10.00 or 12.00
Stay for the day from 10.00 until 16.00
or the afternoon from 12.00 until 16.00
Ramsey Island closed Friday and Saturday
Open from 1st April to 31st October
Adult £25 Child £12.50
Adult £15 Child £7.50
price includes ferry boat and
YOU WILL NEED
A reasonable level of fitness as there is a bit of a climb on the mainland side and the island side. Sensible footwear, packed lunch and bottle of water.
Sorry no dogs allowed on Ramsey Island except for assistance dogs.