Walking and driving tours of South Devon, Dartmoor, the English Riviera, Brixham and beyond

Join me in our Land Rover 4 x 4 for a day of exploration, discovery and fun on one of DEVON&MOORS’ personalised guided tours. Together we’ll visit some hidden gems, stunning landscapes and charming habitats. Be captivated along the way with local knowledge, fascinating facts and breathtaking views.


Hopefully we’ll meet or bump into some of the characters who have lived and worked all their lives in this special place which I’m now blessed to call home. Devon is one of the most beautiful, intriguing counties in the country and I look forward to sharing a few of my favourite bits.


Alternatively you may feel a ½ day walking tour of Brixham, home of the world famous Brixham Fish Market appeals to you moor. A town steeped in history and heritage, a town that has experienced the darkest of times, but always found the resolve and spirit to bounce back and prosper. Learn of the events, the tragedies the successes and people that have helped shape this town.


I cater for single people, couples and groups up to six in the comfort of the rugged, iconic Land Rover, in all weather, across all seasons. If walking, we’ll always keep an eye on the weather forecast.



Discover the wild beauty of Dartmoor, with its windswept moors, ancient settlements and towering granite tors. Walk amongst the wild ponies and highland cattle whilst immersing yourself in mystical landscape before retreating to a traditional cosy pub…


Unique, stunning, captivating, varied, it really is difficult to find the correct words to describe and do justice to Devons’ coastline. With its pristine beaches, historic lighthouses and hidden coves the South Devon coastline is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty.


Not to be celebrated but never to be forgotten. Devon became known as “the most active military county in the war”. Step back in time and uncover its unrivalled links with WWII, abandoned bunkers, tragic tales and heroic stories…’


Choose either of our two walks around Brixham and be surprised if not astonished by the influence this small fishing town has had on our lives and the world around us. From being an industrial power house on the South Devon Coast, a strategic town in World War II…