Treshnish Isles and Staffa
This boat trip leaves from Ulva Ferry at 11:40 and lands you at Staffa to explore Fingal's cave. Then on to Lunga to relax with the puffins, returning to Mull for 18:00. Shorter trips continue after the first week in August.
Land on the world renowned Island of Staffa to experience the unique and awesome wonder of Fingal’s Cave. It takes little imagination to hear Mendelssohn’s music amongst the massive basaltic columns which create this natural cathedral.
Lunga, largest of the Treshnish Isles, has one of the most varied and accessible seabird colonies on the Western Seaboard. Dun Cruit (the Harp Rock stack), is home to more than 6,000 guillemot, razorbill, puffin, kittiwake,fulmar, shag, skua and many more. We provide a unique therapy in puffin watching at close quarters. This is much cheaper than a shrink!
Mainland based visitors buying the all-in-one day ticket from Oban (TourShop) will be taking the scenic tour through Mull from Craignure with extensive views of the rugged central area including the Last Island Munro, Benmore, the historic Isle of Inchkenneth (burial ground of ancient Scots Kings and last abode of Unity Mitford) and the panorama of isles West of Mull, en route to Ulva Ferry.
Courtesy minibus available for Tobermory, Salen or Craignure pick ups.
From £65 per adult
April — October
- Pets Welcome
Tour company information
Turus Mara are a family business based on the Isle of Mull. Established in 1973, we have been landing visitors on The Treshnish Isles and Staffa for 45 years. Tours can be joined from Mull and Oban and run from Ulva Ferry on Mull to Staffa and The Treshnish Isles
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Departs: Tobermory & North Mull, Mull, Oban, Mull and Lorn
Leaving Ulva Ferry on our boat, it will take approx 1 hour to get to Staffa. On...
- Pets Welcome
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