Skokholm Island


Skokholm is located off the South Western tip of Pembrokeshire, and part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It's famous for its breeding seabird colonies. Manx Shearwaters, Puffins, and Storm Petrels. There are frequent sightings of Harbour Porpoise, and Dolphins around its shores. "Skokholm" is a Norse word for 'Wooded Island' and was made famous by the naturalist Ronald Lockley, who set up the first bird observatory in Britain here in 1933. The lighthouse on the exposed western headland is now solar powered and is tinted red on the landward side to help prevent birds being dazzled at night.


See all of this and more on one of our unforgettable trips



Skokholm Guided Day Trip


Skokholm Island is also managed by the WTSWW, and is undergoing restoration 

Please contact WTSWW for further information 





Skomer and Skokholm Evening Safari


Watch the sun set over Skokholm and witness the Manx Shearwaters rafting, awaiting the nightfall before they return to their nests.


2 1/2 Hour Boat Trips (April - July)


6.30pm daily, departing departing from Martins Haven

Adults £40.00 - Under 12 £25.00 - HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS APPLY

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