Half-Day Beaver Safari

This trip visits a wonderful location where beavers have built a series of amazing dams and we can easily see how they have changed the surroundings to produce wildlife-rich wetlands. We spend the first half of the evening on a walk to see all these changes in the environment and the second half sitting by the beaver pools, watching the beavers swimming, feeding, grooming and even dam repairing if we are lucky!

This is a great trip to learn all about the history of beavers in Scotland, their life story, how they re-appeared in Perthshire and why they are so important to the ecology of our rivers and wetlands. Although we can never guarantee wildlife sightings, we  had a 100% success rate of seeing the beavers on this trip in 2017 and 2018, 95% success rate in 2019 & 2020 and 100% success rate so far in 2021. This is a great trip for families as everyone can collect their own beaver chips and beaver-chewed sticks!

PRICE: from £175 (group booking only)
GROUP SIZE: 2 – 6 people
TIME: 4 hours
AVAILABLE: Early April – mid September

Meeting time: Meeting near Alyth, 2 hrs before dusk – the exact time and location will be sent after booking.


Searching Availability…


Shady Glenn
positive review 
25/07/21 - Facebook

We had a lovely evening out with Perthshire Wildlife. Joan took us around the area where the beavers live and... read more

Wee Les Smeidy
positive review 
17/05/21 - Facebook

Danièle's knowledge on beavers, beavers habitat and all round Scottish wildlife is second to none (and we asked strange questions).... read more

Kate Smith
positive review 
23/10/20 - Facebook

we loved our winter walk with Perthshire Wildlife, it was a brilliant family activity where we learnt so much about... read more

Alex Royden
positive review 
26/08/19 - Facebook

We went on the kayaking beaver safari last week, it was such an informative and enjoyable evening out. We got... read more

Our Tours, Walks & More

Angus Coastal Tours

Beaver Tours

Guided Wildlife Walks

Seasonal Walks

Tours around Perthshire

Consultancy

Education

Celtica Wildflowers