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Treshnish & Staffa

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This trip operates from 1 April 2019 in association with Turus Mara

After sailing from Oban to Craignure, you'll have a scenic transfer across Mull to the ferry at Ulva - bound for the geological phenomenon that is the Island of Staffa and the Treshnish Isles. Once on Staffa, huge hexagonal basalt pillars will surround you. This uninhabited beauty is filled with caves - the best known being Fingal's Cave. There's time to explore this unique island before crossing to the Treshnish archipelago.

At Lunga you may be welcomed by thousands of puffins, guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes. The sights, sounds and panoramic views will live long in your memory.


Ticket Collection in Oban Terminal


Caledonian MacBrayne ferry departs Oban for Craignure on the island of Mull. On route there is breath-taking scenery steeped in history, including a fantastic view of Duart Castle built in the 13th century.


Arrival at Craignure, Mull, where you will be greeted by Turus Mara staff, where your transfer to the Ulva ferry awaits, along with your onward travel Staffa and the Treshnish Isles on a Turus Mara vessel.

2 hours ashore

On most days from late April to the first week in August - (the main breeding period), you will have 2 hours in which to study, photograph, commune and be generally entertained by the antics of our unique feathered wildlife.

2 hours ashore

De-stress on the Treshnish Isles with some puffin Therapy and commune with the many other birds, common and grey seals.

1 hour ashore

Staffa - visit Fingal's Cave and follow in many famous footsteps. Imagine you can hear the first few bars of Mendelssohn's Overture in the eternal surge of the sea.


Departure on Caledonian MacBrayne ferry from Craignure where food and drink will be available.


Arrival back to Oban.

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