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  1. Cornish Heritage Safaris for a day out with your dog

    We are delighted to welcome Cornish Heritage Safaris as a new dog friendly day out in our dog inclusive attractions directory.  Take this opportunity to enjoy a variety of aspects of Cornwall you might not otherwise visit on your holiday.  A Land Rover will take you on a guided tour – let the tour leader provide expert interpretation and free you from the hassle of transfers and other arrangements like lunch and entrance fees.

    You will travel by Land Rover Defender, so there is plenty of space in the back for two dogs to travel in comfort, although space may be limited when large groups are travelling. There is no charge for dogs who bring people with them on the tours. The safaris carry water and poop-bags. Dogs must be on a lead at some sites and when visiting areas with livestock.

    Dogs are not allowed in the Old Post Office at Tintagel, Jamaica Inn or the Eden Project. However, the King Arthur and Bodmin Moor tours are both very dog-friendly, and other dog-friendly tours can be designed.