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  • Cymro47
    Carmarthenshire, UK110 contributions
    We went with ‘Staffa Trips’ from iona on what was a very rough day in terms of wind and swell! This meant that we were unable to land on Staffa, but the two
    members of staff on the boat were most helpful and informative. They made sure that we saw as much wildlife as possible. Staffa itself was impressive!
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • Thomas R
    35 contributions
    A beautiful spot. A long drive to get there but it is all made worthwhile by the awesome scenery en route. Delicious ice cream.
    Written 8 May 2022
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  • Explore781696
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    Alex looked after us and was extremely knowledgeable about everything whisky. We were able to ask questions and sample some great whiskies.
    Highly recommended booking a tasting in advance if you are overnight in tobermory.
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • Stefan Lang
    Oxford, UK70 contributions
    The home of the MaClean Clan, Duart Castle is a very interesting place to visit, close to the ferry terminal Craignure. You can visit the grounds for free but it's definitely worth paying to go into the castle, where there are lots of interesting rooms to visit and exhibits to see. The tearoom at the Castle is also really good, and sitting outside and admiring the beautiful views is a great experience.
    Written 24 May 2022
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  • Gibson M
    Whitstable, UK29 contributions
    This outing involves a short walk at Craignure Golf Course. We met the Warden whose name I did not catch. She was a mine of relevant information and her conversational engaging style was excellent. Her powerful telescope was appreciated by the group

    We saw an Otter at very close quarters, an adult and a juvenile sea eagle.

    Allow about two and half hours for this. At £10 a head, it is probably the best bargain to be had on the Isle of Mull.
    Written 11 September 2019
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  • Andrew H
    2 contributions
    Defo worth doing the route over A Chioch, if you're experienced, otherwise a bit boring. Decent but very doable scramble on this route with Stunning views all the way along the ridge and the top, especially the isles.
    Easy to navigate. Start on the south side of a small stone bridge at bottom of abhaiinn na h-uamha burn and just head up burn to the beallach, then west along the ridge to scramble over A Chioch, then down and back up onto Ben more. Then just head north along the plateau, then drop down north east making a line towards the start. Wear boots as can be boggy at the bottom. Allow 3-6 hours. Loads of roadside parking and camping spots at roadside start point.
    Written 3 September 2021
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  • Radders293
    London, UK108 contributions
    After missing the falls while driving and being told how stunning there were, returned on foot the following day and have to say not disappointed.
    Parking close by and with CARE you can get close and higher for some photo opportunities.
    Written 12 October 2021
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  • Camilla H
    Northamptonshire, UK28 contributions
    The park is located close to Tobermory. There are several trails, some quite steep and uneven. There are good views of waterfalls and the coast. Lots of lichen and moss covered trees and spring flowers
    Written 7 May 2022
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  • Christine J
    5 contributions
    Ferry and three following cancelled due to engine failure. No contingency plans, help or advice from the company. Hundreds stranded. They sent people on wild goose chases to other ferry terminals knowing they could not possibly all get onto those limited crossings, or suggested they wait on standby for ferries that were already full. This firm will take no responsibility for getting you to your destination. Should have its licence revoked. Many lost holidays, missed weddings etc. Terrible old ferries, not fit for purpose.
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • Stefan Lang
    Oxford, UK70 contributions
    This is a very good little museum, with lots of interesting exhibits on the history of Mull. It's free of charge (donations welcomed) and an hour is ample time to get a good overview of the island's history. Worth a quick stop if in Tobermory.
    Written 24 May 2022
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  • Crail28
    Crail, UK89 contributions
    I spent all my childhood holidays here so this was quite an emotional trip back! The sun wasn’t shining but it didn’t detract from the beauty. So pleased to be able to introduce my husband and dog to this little piece of heaven!
    Written 24 September 2021
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  • Wilson-travellers
    Sheffield, UK29 contributions
    The 2-mile walk to the beach was worth every step. We spent several hours on a magnificent beach that could have been anywhere in the world. It was deserted when we went (April), which only added to its charm.
    Written 28 April 2022
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  • Will H
    2 contributions
    Really nice walk, easy to follow guides online, just a shame it's back the same way and not a loop! The landslide isn't an issue, it has a pretty clear path through it that people have made and it's only 20m long. If we hadnt read about the landslide we wouldnt have thought twice about that part it just seems part of the path
    Written 3 July 2021
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  • Ada C
    4 contributions
    It was a brilliant wee aquarium and I really enjoyed it with my dad and my brother. It was a bit small but there is some brilliant interactive displays and the staff are lovely and will answer all of your questions without hesitation. Would go again. 🐠🦈🐟
    Written 10 July 2021
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  • Fern
    East Renfrewshire, UK157 contributions
    We purely came here to swim in the sea between Erraid and Mull. The walk to get here from Knockvologan takes about 10 minutes, be careful in bad weather as the path immediate from the farm is rocky and steep, however in regular weather it's perfectly fine.
    I was really confused about getting here and the first time I tried a few weeks back, I went completely the wrong way. If you get to the bottom of the path from the farm and you go right, stick to the grass, walk along the grass and you can't miss it, the first beach you get to is the pass between Mull and Erraid. I have been told that even when the tide comes in, you'll still be able to walk across, just wear wellies (or I suppose go barefoot!)
    When we arrived there was a family of 4 but they left almost as soon as we got there, so we had about 3 hours just the two of us, it was amazing. On a boiling, roasting, sunny Sunday in the summer holidays, I thought it would be busy but I was wrong. Made for a really special lunch out.
    Written 5 July 2021
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