Whether you are staying in the isle or visiting for the day our thrice-weekly island tour will help you make the most of Papay’s spectacular scenery, wildlife, history and culture. Our Ranger will collect you from the boat, plane or hostel and take you by minibus and foot around the ‘must see’ 6000 year old Neolithic farmstead at the Knap of Howar, the beautifully restored old kirk at St Boniface, and the traditional farm steading and Bothy Museum at Holland. The day tour includes a guided walk along the eastern shore to look for waders and seals and up to the cliffs and heath of the RSPB North Hill reserve, where a variety of birds and flowers may be seen, often including puffins and Scottish primrose. The Papay Development Trust offers the Papay Peedie Tours every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from early May to the end of August with lunch and afternoon refreshments at the Kelp Store Craft & Heritage Centre included – you’ll be well-looked after throughout this very full day. £50 adults, £25 children. Booking essential.