Dervaig (Scottish Gaelic: Dearbhaig) is a small village on the Isle of Mull off the west coast of Scotland. The village is within the parish of Kilninian and Kilmore, and is situated on the B8073.
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5 based on 117 reviews
Discover Mull is a tour with a difference, based in the scenic village of Dervaig. As well as the 50 species of wildlife seen on most of our tours, we will take time to explain the history and geology and to show you the wildflowers that makes Mull such a special place. Lasting 8 hours the tour is very relaxed and friendly.
Having experienced some very mediocre fortunes trying to spot Mull wildlife on my own over previous years, I decided to put myself in the hands of the professionals this year and spent a splendid day out with Arthur of Discover Mull. A very entertaining host, Arthur took us to all the right places to see Mull's famous wildlife, large and small, with eagles, hen harriers and otters being the highlights for me.
With tasty lunch and coffee stops, the minibus provided a really comfortable and rewarding day out.
I can thoroughly recommend a day out with Discover Mull, and I feel sure I will be back for another trip next year.
4.5 based on 148 reviews
Having had an enjoyable lunch in the adjacent coffee shop, we were pleased to discover this amazing art trail. We spent a lovely hour or so walking through the woods coming across various pieces of art work. Glorious views of Calgary Bay from a vantage point. Check out some of the photos on this page.
4.5 based on 161 reviews
Mull is wild and beautiful. 300 miles of dramatic coastline, including some excellent Beaches, and a castle that's appeared in several films. The island's main town, Tobermory, is famed for the cheerful colours of its waterfront buildings and the yachts bobbing in the natural harbour, where legend has it that one of the Spanish Armada ships sank in 1588 carrying gold bullion. Tobermory is also well known for being the setting of hit children's TV show Balamory.
We were on the Isle of Mull car ferry on the way over from Oban to Craignure - line up early, as they are very prompt and efficient about getting cars and trucks loaded. Large, spacious upstairs lounge for the 45 minute transit.
5 based on 471 reviews
Wildlife trips aboard MV Lady Jayne with amazing close up views of Sea Eagles taking fish. We also see other wildlife e.g. Basking Sharks at different times of the year. You can also visit Inch Kenneth or Lunga both remarkable Islands or enjoy a fishing trip with tackle available on board. Private charters are available.
This was our 4th trip to Mull and we had seen Sea Eagles many times. We decided this year to take our first trip out with Martin and Alex, and what a great afternoon we had. I was not quite prepared for the sheer excitement...MoreThank you for the lovely review. I agree about the cameras I enjoy watching the action just as much if not more than photographing it and you can miss things just by looking through the viewfinder. Look forward to seeing you again Martin
4.5 based on 237 reviews
Turus Mara run seabird and wildlife Cruise-tours to Staffa, the Treshnish Isles and Iona. Get some Puffin Therapy on Lunga in the Treshnish Isles, wonder at the awe inpiring Fingal's Cave and experience the serenity of Iona, cradle of christianity.
We visited the impressive Isle of Staffa and the Treshnish isles on the Turus Mara tour. Unfortunately all the puffins had recently left but the tour was still excellent and we saw a large amount of wildlife including, white tailed sea eagles, shags, cormorants. skewers, seals. The captain was excellent and gave us a fantastic tour.
4.5 based on 138 reviews
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Langamull beach is a very pretty white sand beach You have it almost to yourself because you have to walk quite a distance to access the beach. You can park in thr Community Forestry Parking Area.There is a sign showing Langamull Beach and Kildavie primitive sites but not clear directions as to which way to go to get there. The most direct route is to stay to the left track and go through the gate leaving the forestry area. Otherwise you will have a much longer walk. Be aware that the trees have been cut down and some remnants are lying on the ground. The area you walk through on the way to the beach is quite barren. There are sheep grazing in the forestry area as well.There are information boards about the Kildavie sites. The views across the water from the beach are quite lovely.
4.5 based on 463 reviews
All the way from Oban via ship to the isle of Mull then by the road rides to Tobermory village.
Couldn’t believe this place would be that amazing full if natures , historic buildings and last but not least the Distillery which has beautiful victorian buildings and so great experience to observe how do they make it.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
Mull Eagle Watch offers ranger-led visits to view Britain's largest and most impressive bird of prey, the white-tailed eagle. There's also a really good chance of seeing other wildlife including golden eagles.
Our RSPB Guide, Meryl Varty, was both very knowledgeable and filled with infectious enthusiasm. We saw both eagles on the nest at the same time - a very unusual sight. The eagles scored above us, when not feeding the chick. It was a marvellous morning...MoreHi Robin, Thanks very much for the great review. We're really glad you had a lovely trip to our Tiroran viewing hide. Sounds like you were lucky and had some amazing encounters. Thanks again
4 based on 52 reviews
Great little place to stop and have a look round especially if you have kids, they can play outside in the barn area. the tea coffee and cakes are great - good value and quality.
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