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Maidens Wildlife Tour

From £40 per adult

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March — October

This 2 hour trip takes you through stunning Loch Bracadale, past the uninhabited cliff lined island of Wiay and on to the Macleod’s Maidens.

This 2 hour trip takes you through stunning Loch Bracadale, past the uninhabited cliff lined island of Wiay and on to the Macleod’s Maidens. These impressive sea stacks stand up to 65m tall & are home to a variety of sea birds, including cormorants, fulmars & often Sea eagles. Don’t be surprised to see local fisherman on their daily trips for lobster and crabs!

After our stop at the maidens we make for a small offshore Seal colony on An Dubh Sgeir, here we watch these locals bask on the rocks & play in the shallows before heading towards Talisker point. On the edge of this large bay we will often spot resident Sea Eagles perched on the cliff tops or swooping down to catch a fish.

Contact details

SeaSkye BoatTours
24 Kilmuir
Dunvegan
Isle of Skye
UK
IV558GU
Starting
Carbost Skye
Length
2
Hours
Transport
Boat
Type
Bespoke Medium Group (17-30) Private Small Group (1-16)
Themes
Adventure Family Geology Island Hopping Photography Wildlife

Tour prices

From

  • £40 Per Adult

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SeaSkye BoatTours

SeaSkye boat tours depart from Carbost, Isle of Skye, just 200m past the famous Talisker Distillery. Escape the crowds to explore the North West coast of Skye visiting the Macleod's Maidens, Neist Point and Talisker Bay. See an abundance of wildlife such as Dolphins and Seals. We have a range of trips departing daily on one of our comfortable & safe open RIB's. We will provide you with the waterproofs & safety gear, all we need is your smiles & spirit of adventure!

Opening times

March - October

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