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MINGULAY PUFFINS BOAT TRIP WITH UIST SEA TOURS

Departing from An Acarsaid, Eriskay

Wednesday 29 & Thursday 30 June from 8.30am

 

PRICE £70

Duration: 6 hours 

Join Uist Sea Tours as we visit this spectacular island, sweeping down through the amazing blue waters of the Minch to encounter the Puffins of Mingulay. Mingulay is an uninhabited island south of Barra. It was abandoned in 1912 and now is famous for its bird life including the Puffins, Kittiwakes and Razorbills that nest in their thousands on sea cliffs that are amongst the highest in the British Isles.

 

The waters around Mingulay and the other Bishops Isles are teaming with wildlife and Basking Shark sightings are not uncommon. 

To find out more or to book please visit 

 

Puffins-of-mingulay | Lochboisdale | Uist Sea Tours

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DOLPHIN CRUISE WITH UIST SEA TOURS

Monday 27 June, Thursday 30 June and Friday 01 July @3pm

Departing from An Acarsaid, Eriskay

Duration: 2hrs

Price: £40 per adult, £25 per child

Join Uist Sea Tours as we explore the sparkling clear blue waters around South Uist, Eriskay and the Sound of Barra home to one of only a handful of Bottlenose Dolphin pods in British waters. During our search for the Bottlenose Dolphin we will encounter a rich variety of wildlife from Grey Seals to Golden Eagles. Catch a glimpse of what these islands have to offer on our Bottlenose Dolphin Cruise.

 

For further information and to book, please visit:

Bottlenose-dolphin-cruise | Lochboisdale | Uist Sea Tours 

 
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Eriskay Pony Walk with Comann Each nan Eilean

Wednesday 29 June at 3pm

Eriskay

Duration: 1-2hrs

Max participants: 10

The Eriskay Pony is the last remnant of Scotland’s native horse. There are fewer than 300 Eriskay Ponies in the world and are classed as a rare breed. Find out more about the pony and learn how to take photographs of them in a way that doesn't disturb them with Comunn Eich nan Eilean. 

To book email shona.maclellan@rspb.org.uk