Jump aboard the Unimog!
Our Spurn Safari tour will take you on a memorable journey across this unique landscape aboard a specially adapted ex-military, 4x4 truck – the Unimog.
You'll hear tales of the peninsula’s fascinating military and maritime history, expertly told by our knowledgeable and friendly guides. The three-hour trip also includes a visit to the top of northern England’s tallest lighthouse.
Best of both worlds
Safari goers have the best of both worlds: they are out in the open but safely seated. Shelter can be provided on wet and windy days by lowering see-through curtains.
The vehicle acts as a mobile ‘hide’, providing privileged views of wild deer and birdlife. It's heightened vantage point is also excellent for photography!
Adults (16 and over): £20
Children (at least 4 years old): £9
Children must be able to sit unaided in their own seat.
Booking information - Booking is essential for all our Spurn Safaris
Additional advice for this event during current Covid restrictions
Spurn safaris are sadly cancelled until 12th April. More details and bookings will be available week beginning 15th March.
“This experience was amazing – the views, the scenery, the vehicle, the fascinating lighthouse, and the informative guide made this day for us. We learned loads, saw lots and really, really enjoyed the day! Good value for money”
Spurn Military Safari
Our Spurn Military Safari explore the hidden military treasures of Spurn with a knowledgeable guide. Explore our recently opened tunnels and bunkers.
Spurn Discovery Centre has an accessible entrance and accessible toilet facilities. The car park has four disabled bays. Our Spurn Safari Unimog has a set of stairs to enter and leave the vehicle and so is not appropriate for wheelchair users.
Spurn Lighthouse is 128ft high with a steep and narrow staircase. The lighthouse is over a century old so and some stone floors and stairs may be worn and uneven in places.
Visit Spurn Discovery Centre page to check our latest update on events and additional information about the reserve.
To be able to go back in time on the Military Safari and imagine life here in the wars is a unique experience. Well done for such an interesting visit. We’ll be back!