Leaving at 10am and 1.30pm and cruising amidst spectacular scenery and outstanding geology. Passing sandy beaches, deserted islands and towering cliffs. The area is rich in history, folklore and legends. We look for Basking Shark, Minke Whales and other marine animals and sea birds depending on time of year. Because of the area in which we operate we also see a huge variety of sea birds, mammals and other creatures.
On a recent sea angling trip we encountered 2 Sun Fish, giant wanderers of the ocean which had come inshore following jelly fish. Basking sharks are also seen during the summer months as are Minke Whales. Dolphins and Porpoise also frequent the area and always bring a smile to those aboard.
Turus Mara, established nearly 40 years ago, are the well known family run company providing Seabird and Wildlife Cruisetours to Staffa, Treshnish Isles and Iona from Ulva Ferry. For many seabird & wildlife enthusiasts, a day trip with Turus Mara provides observation / photo opportunities at close quarters of a great variety of feathered and woolly creatures. 'Puffin Therapy' is cheaper than a shrink!
Experience the unique and awesome wonder of Fingal's Cave. Encounter Common and Atlantic Grey Seals, occasional Sharks, Dolphins, Whales, Porpoises and even more rarely, Turtles and Sunfish!
Built in 1798, Tobermory Distillery is the only one on the island and the oldest commercial distillery in Scotland.
Its old world charm reflects the Tobermory spirit that says we do things the old-fashioned way. By hand.
Whether you are staying on the Isle of Mull, or the mainland, come and join us and enjoy wonderful scenery and fantastic wildlife with Richard your guide conducting wildlife safaris on the beautiful Isle of Mull. Richard has 20 years experience guiding wildlifetrips on Mull and recently advised the BBC Autumn Watch team.
We regularly get good sightings of white tailed sea eagles, golden eagles, divers, Merlin, Peregrine, hen harriers, otters, golden plover, twite, raven and many other species.
Calgary Farm provides the perfect woodland setting for an impressive sculpture walk, Art in Nature. See the great beauty of nature in the rocks, trees, flowers, in the sea, in sunshine and shadows, and enjoy the artworks that nestle amongst the trees as you explore the network of paths. The Gallery in the woods hosts a number of exhibitions throughout the year.
The Carthouse Gallery is one of the best sources of local artwork on the Island, featuring an array of watercolours, etchings, photographs, pottery, wood and ironwork on display, all available for purchase. The Tearoom serves delicious lunches, teas and homebaking as well as selling a range of local food supplies.
Situated in Millbrae Cottage next to The Old Corn Mill on the edge of the village, the Ross of Mull Historical Centre contains a wealth of fascinating information about this unique corner of the Hebrides.
Find out about the rich human history and culture of the peninsula and maybe even research your own ancestors or links to Mull. Open Mon - Fri, Easter to Oct, by appointment in the winter.