Fingal’s Cave & Wildlife Tour on the Isle of Staffa
Fingal’s Cave & Wildlife Tour on the Isle of Staffa

Fingal’s Cave & Wildlife Tour on the Isle of Staffa

Take a tour of one of the most dramatic of all of the Scottish Islands, The Isle of Staffa! With its hexagonal pillars and Fingal’s cave, there are lots to discover on this hidden gem of an Island, from Seal, Dolphin, Whale and Shark watching to exploring the caves and wildlife of the island in the Tareshnish Isles, this magical location is a perfect spot to escape and enjoy the beauties of the world!

Why should I go on a Tour of The Isle of Staffa?

On a tour of the Isle of Staffa, visitors will get to sail on the MV Angus, the largest and fastest boat to operate trips to the Treshnish Isles and Staffa. The journey around the west coast of Mull from Tobermory comes with an abundance of wildlife and gorgeous views! Visitors of all ages will appreciate the beautiful scenery on the Treshnish Isles!

The tour sets off from the locations of Tobermory and Kilchoan and offers a scenic sail along the magnificently diverse coasts of Mull, which are known for their variety of sea life and birdlife such as the iconic White-Tailed Eagle. Once arriving on Staffa, visitors will enjoy a landing visit upon the island, where they can spend up to an hour and 15 minutes exploring and venturing into the world-renown Fingal’s Cave! The only cave in the world to be completely formed in hexagonally jointed basalt columns! The appeal to the cave lies in its sheer size, sounds, colours and incredible layout! As well as journeying to explore Staffa, visitors can also sail through the stunning Treshnish isles, where many wildlife such as Puffins and other bird species travel to nest over the summer period!

  • Adult fare £45
  • Child fare £25
  • 2 Adults + 2 Children £120
  • Infants gain free admission
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