Spurn Safari (Multiple dates)
About the event
Our famous Spurn Safari tour takes visitors on a memorable journey to Yorkshire’s very own ‘Land’s End’ aboard a specially adapted ex-military, 4x4 truck ‘Unimog’.
You'll hear tales of the peninsula’s fascinating natural, military and maritime history complete the adventure, expertly told by our knowledgeable and friendly guides. The trip also includes a visit to the top of northern England’s tallest lighthouse.
Spurn safaris are suitable for ages 4+ as children need to be able to sit independently and hold-on when travelling on the Unimog.
The tour normally includes a visit to the lighthouse and a walk of around one mile. If you do not want to go up the lighthouse or on the walk, you can remain on the Unimog for a glorious view over the Point and the Humber Estuary.
Know before you go
There is a set of steps on board to help access the Unimog, so anyone who is able to use normal stairs will be able to access the Unimog to go on the Safari.
What to bring
Dress for the weather and wear sturdy footwear. Spurn can be quite exposed, so bring lots of layers. You should have a good head for heights to go up the lighthouse.
Please give yourself plenty of time to walk along the road from the car park or Spurn Discovery Centre to the gate, where the Spurn Safari is parked (approx. 300 metres, left out of the main car park).
Please arrive at the Spurn Safari vehicle 15 minutes before the tour is scheduled to leave. The tour leader will meet you at the vehicle and brief you on safety during the tour.
Please visit the Spurn Discovery Centre page to read about Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's Covid-19 measures in response to the latest government guidance.