Gower Coast Adventures have been running wildlife boat trips along the Gower Coast for over 13 years. During this time our most popular trip has been the 2 Hour trip from Oxwich to Worms Head with many customers coming back year after year for another fantastic experience. The trip offers the most impressive views of Gower and the best opportunities for spotting wildlife around Worms Head in an ideal length of trip.
Boat trips are also available from Mumbles, Swansea and Port Eynon for group charters. Ideal for special occasions as you can hire the whole boat (12 seats) with experienced skipper and crew, we can tailor the trip to your needs.
Oxwich to Worms Head, Round Trip (April - Sept only)
2hrs approx / Adult £ 45 / Child (15 & under) £25
Advance booking is essential click here to book online
Experience fantastic wildlife encounters on our round trip from beautiful Oxwich Bay to magnificent Worms Head, the tidal island at the western tip of Gower.
Along the way we hug the coastline taking in Gower’s stunning scenery from a unique perspective. Listen to stories about historic caves and smugglers haunts. Keep an eye out for the regularly seen harbour porpoise and playful common dolphins amongst diving gannets.
At Worms Head delight in the sights and sounds of hundreds of seabirds during nesting season, seals basking on the rocks or dozing in the water and the chance to experience the spectacular blowhole at high tide.
Oxwich bay is a beautiful and sheltered sandy beach, it’s a great place to spend the day. There is a large car park charging £5 per day upon entry.
Facilities include bird watching hides, nature walks, Oxwich Watersports, toilets, cafés, restaurants, Oxwich Bay Hotel and Oxwich castle.
What to expect when you arrive:
Sign in at our booking office at least 30 mins before your departure time. Our staff will use this time to kit up passengers with waterproofs and lifejackets.
Please ensure that warm clothing is worn underneath waterproofs and bring footwear that can get wet (beach shoes, crocs, sandles etc).
Passengers will be lead to the waters edge by a member of crew where they will walk into the sea to knee depth and then step up to board the boat. Please note, at low tide it is a longer walk, the step up to the boat is knee height and crew are there to assist passengers.