The Fossil Hunting and Llama Walking Day

Fossils at Lyme Regis - a Devon attractionFossil hunting at Charmouth beach - a Devon attraction.Llama walking toursgroup of llamas from Devon

This day out gives my guests the opportunity to combine two intriguing and quite different activities into just a few hours, and is one that will live long in the memory.  I will collect you at 9am, after you’ve had breakfast.  We will then head to Dorset, the county next to Devon, to the town of Charmouth (part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the Jurassic Coast) where I will introduce you to fossil hunting and the geology of this coastline.  We will wander along the beautifully scenic beach, searching along the seashore to discover the delights that can be found right under your feet, and I guarantee you won’t come away empty handed!  Afterwards there will be time to pop into the visitor centre, where there are some incredible finds to be seen, as well as opportunities to buy some truly amazing fossils.

After this enjoyable experience, we will find our way to a tasty pub lunch, which will provide us with the energy to then go Llama Walking.

We’ll drive up on to Dartmoor National Park where we’ll be greeted by the friendly Llama owners, Stephen and Diane, and then introduced to your companions for the next couple of hours, the Llamas and the Alpacas.  You will then be taken on a guided walk with a Llama or Alpaca, getting to know your friendly and charismatic animal as you go.  A break will be taken on one of Dartmoor’s iconic tours for a traditional Devonshire cream tea.  The views here only enhance this wonderful experience.

 

Itinerary:

9.00 am – collection from you accommodation

10.00 am – arrive at Charmouth for an excellent fossil hunting session

12.00 pm – lunch at a local pub

2.30 pm – Llama walking on beautiful Dartmoor National Park, with a traditional Devonshire cream tea half way through

5.30pm – return to your accommodation

Price – £420 for two people plus £30 for each additional person for groups of up to six. Please note that if your group comprises six people, two of the group may have to share a Llama or Alpaca.  Includes my services as your tour guide, transport, any fees, fares or entrance charges which I would incur for accompanying you, and any parking charges applicable to my vehicle.  Also includes Llama walk and cream tea.

What’s extra – any refreshments, meals, drinks and any other purchases you make on the day

Please note that availability of the Llama walking people has to be checked before a booking can be made. Also, the activities may be reversed (ie Llama walk in the morning and fossil hunting in the afternoon) if the tide times at Charmouth suit this better.

 

If you want to know more about this subject and how Alex can build this and / or other trips into your stay in Devon then contact him now on 01803 812556 / 07585 928070 or fill in the form.