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Travel to Mull and enjoy an extraordinary day in colourful Tobermory, on the wild Treshnish Isles and spectacular Staffa. Departing from Oban, experience the best of the Inner Hebrides at these three fantastic destinations. From possible puffin sightings to wonderfully painted houses, this is a day you won't forget.
- From mid-April to early August, see puffins at close hand.
- Explore picture-perfect Tobermory.
- See wonderful seabirds on the Treshnish Isles and Staffa.
- Fantastic ferry rides on the waters of the Inner Hebrides.
- Marvel at Fingal's Cave on Staffa Island.
- 12-hour tour
- Recorded commentary in English between Craignure and Tobermory
- Ferry transport
- Food and drink
From Tobermory, you will catch a boat to the magical Treshnish Isles. Uninhabited for more than 150 years, they are home to an incredible array of plant and bird life. They’re particularly famous for the nesting puffins that go there from mid-April to early August. But if you don´t see any puffins, you're sure to see other fantastic birds, including razor bills and guillemots. You will have two hours to explore the wild beauty of the Treshnish Isles before setting sail for Staffa.
Staffa is a wonder to behold, the island´s unusual rock formation makes it look like it’s built from an enormous series of vertical columns. It is also home to the extraordinary Fingal’s cave and there’s a vast nesting colony of puffins here, that can generally be seen from mid-April to early August.
After an hour exploring Staffa, you´ll head back to Tobermory, where you’ll have approximately an hour and a half to investigate the village before returning to the ferry on the Tobermory Topper.
Before you Go
- Operating season: Tuesday to Saturday, from 1st April to 8th August 2019
- The ferry departs at Oban at 7:30 a.m.
- Sailings and landings subject to favourable sea and weather conditions
- Duration: 12 hours
- The tour and sites visited are suitable for all ages with the exception of the Treshnish Isles and Staffa where, due to possible slippery rocks on the island and some steep steps, we would suggest it is not suitable for very young children or those who would find it difficult when conditions are wet and paths may be slippery underfoot
- Wherever possible, we will assist wheelchair-bound passengers. However, we ask that all passengers who require special assistance or disabled access contact us at least 24 hours before departure to ensure we can accommodate their specific requirements as some tours may have parts that are unsuitable for wheelchair bound passengers
- Snacks and refreshments are readily available to buy in Tobermory
- We recommend wearing layers and bringing a waterproof jacket
- Please wear sturdy, comfortable footwear
- A backpack is recommended for carrying waterproofs, snacks, water, cameras etc.