Departing from the picturesque town of New Quay, our Wales dolphin watching boat trips offer the chance to spot marine life of all kinds, like seals, seabirds, dolphins, and more.
Dolphin Watch & Fishing West Wales
Cruising entirely within the Cardigan By Special Area of Conservation, along the Ceredigion Marine Heritage Coast (C.M.H.C) recognized for its unspoiled coastline and wildlife, including dolphins, porpoise, Atlantic grey seals and numerous bird species including razorbills and guillemots. Why not come and enjoy the breathtaking views of the C.M.H.C. aboard one of our vessels?
New Quay Boat trips can offer you a one-hour cruise south to Cwmtydu where you will see amazing sights including bird colonies, seal haul-out areas and Castell Beach, the local ruins of an iron age settlement. And don’t forget; the chance of seeing some of the many bottle-nosed dolphins and porpoise.
The two-hour cruise offers all of the above and lots more. On this cruise, you will venture further down the coast to the little bay of Ynys Lochtyn, approximately halfway along the C.M.H.C. just before the village of Llangranog. Ynys Lochtyn boasts the tallest cliff in Ceredigion and is one of the main feeding areas for the dolphins.