Staffa and Treshnish Isles Cruise
Staffa and the Treshnish Isles cruise
From Craignure it's a scenic transfer across Mull to Ulva Ferry for departure to the unique geological phenomena of Staffa. Walk inside impressive Fingal's Cave and enjoy panoramic views as you explore the island. It's a quick crossing to the Treshnish Isles for an extended, usually landing, cruise with plenty of time to enjoy the rich bird and sea life as we cruise.
Late August/early September brings the Atlantic Grey seal pups with over 1000 born each year. Passing the Carnaburgh islands we have a chance to spot sea eagles, dolphins, minke whales, basking sharks, porpoise and otters. Watch our video of this tour
Please note that the season for viewing puffins on this trip runs until early August when the puffins will leave. From August wildlife you may encounter includes Atlantic Grey seals, dolphins, seal eagles and other local wildlife. Landings on Staffa are subject to favourable sea and weather conditions.
Dates and Times
Daily, 10 August to 22 October.
Departs Oban 0950, arrives Oban 1755
In association with Turus Mara
Landings and access at StaffaPlease note that landings on Staffa are subject to favourable sea and weather conditions. Due to poor weather or other conditions it may be necessary at times to change any part of this tour at short notice.The access and terrain on Staffa is not suitable for those with mobility issues. There is a safety rail beside the pathway to Fingal's Cave. Access to the rest of the island is via a steep stairway up to the top of the island from where there are well trodden paths and terrain similar to easy hill walking available from the top of the stairway.Warm clothes, waterproofs, sensible shoes, binoculars and suncream are essential.