Hebridean Whales & Dolphins Cruise
Join Naturetrek onboard MV Monadhliath for an amazing whale and dolphin watching cruise in the stretch of cetacean-rich water known as the Minch that separates the west coast of the Highlands from the Outer Hebrides amidst spectacular scenery. The best chance of seeing several species of cetaceans.
- Cruise by the beautiful Isles of Lewis and Harris
- Up to 8 species of cetacean possible, such as Minke Whale, Risso’s and Common Dolphins.
- Escape the crowds on our mini cruise, taking to the sea in search of cetaceans and seabirds
- Visit the stunning Shiant Islands with huge colonies of breeding seabirds, including Puffin, Fulmar, Razorbill, Kittiwake and Great Skua
- Possibility of White-tailed Eagle & Basking Shark
- Expert Naturetrek & local leaders
The Minch, the stretch of water in-between the west coast of the Scottish highlands and the Outer Hebrides, is one of the richest areas in Europe for cetaceans. This is why we have partnered with expert global wildlife tour company Naturetrek to offer this exciting whale and dolphin watching cruise at one of the best times of year.
After a first night spent in the capital of the Outer Hebrides - Stornoway, join us aboard MV Monadhliath for a 5-night cruise during which you will be kept busy spotting a variety of marine mammals as well as a wealth of seabirds. This cruise will include a visit to the beautiful Shiant Isles and their seabird cities on the cliffs and scree slopes where thousands of nesting guillemots, puffins, razorbills and others raise their chicks each year.
Please click on the BOOK NOW button to view the full details and itinerary of this amazing adventure on the Naturetrek website and secure your place now for this primetime opportunity and a wildlife holiday to remember!
Arrive Ullapool, transfer to Stornoway
Whale & dolphin cruise
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Sat 3rd Jul - Fri 9th Jul
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**Please note that whilst we try to make these trips accessible to everyone, the boat is not suitable for anyone with mobility issues due to the compact spaces and steep stairs descending to the cabins.
**Under 14s must be accompanied by a responsible adult on our overnight expeditions.