Is your business 'Covid-19 aware'?
Yes. We have a seperate Covid-19 statement which you may wish to read.
Will we definitely see wildlife on our tour?
I have never taken people out and not seen anything at all! However, if we are seeking some particular bird or other animal it will show on its terms not ours. After all these creatures are wild.
Where will we go on our tour?
We will try to visit places where we know wildlife has been showing well of late. Quite often we will not know for sure where we will go before the morning of the tour.
Do I have to take a packed lunch?
No, unless otherwise stated, a picnic lunch will be provided. This gives us the maximum amount of time in the field. Hot drinks will also be supplied. These will be dispensed in disposable cups with plastic cutlery for hygine reasons. If you wish to bring your own 'keep-cup' and cutlery you are invited to do so.
Can I bring my dog on a tour?
No, unfortunately dogs and wildlife don't mix no matter how well behaved and obedient they are. If you require a 'dog sitter' you can arrange this by telephoning Linda Coleman on 07855 910 079.
How do I book a tour?
Telephone, or send an email, or use the form on the 'Contact Us' page. We will then discuss with you the details of the tour and and send you a confirmatory email 'firming-up' your booking and telling you everything you need to know.
How do I pay?
For Day Tours payment is to made by direct transfer at the latest 7 days prior to your tour. Details for doing so will be given within your confirmatory email. For other tours we have an invoicing system.
Does Wildlife Tours and Education have an Environmental Policy?
Yes. The policy can be found here.
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