Hebridean Adventures

22 North Beach, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, HS1 2XQ

Type:Boat Trips

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MV Monadhliath at anchor in Loch Sealg, Isle of Lewis
  • MV Monadhliath at anchor in Loch Sealg, Isle of Lewis
  • Common Dolphins leaping
  • Minke Whale surfacing near the boat
  • Puffin with sandeels in its beak at the Shiant Isles
  • Shiant Isles
  • MV Monadhliath at sea with guests on board wildlife watching

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Scottish guided wildlife-watching cruises around the Outer Hebrides and West Coast of Scotland’s Highlands from Stornoway, Mallaig and Ullapool. Visit St Kilda, Skye, Lewis & Harris, the Shiants and Summer Isles. See whales, dolphins, eagles, puffins, otters, basking sharks and more to the stunning backdrop of remote mountains, islands, castles and lighthouses. Don’t forget your camera!

Our comfortable converted fishing boat is the perfect slow travel option sleeping up to 8/9 guests on cruises and licensed to carry 12 on day trips. Try sea kayaking, snorkelling, hiking, art, nature writing or photography on selected cruises with our expert partners and still enjoy all the wildlife too!

We anchor in sheltered and remote locations overnight where all you hear are the sounds of deer, eagles and seals. Our dinghy will ferry you ashore for walks in these beautiful places which would otherwise be hard to get to other than by boat. Our 4x4 minibus sometimes meets us for special shore excursions, for transfers from/to Inverness and also for day trip wildlife land-tours around the Isle of Lewis.

Our custom-built raised observation decks give great views with seating and our boat can also be chartered for private groups, filming and research use.




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    Recent Reviews:

    • clarecN9039FW
      Fantastic trip, great wildlife and beautiful scenery,
      5 of 5 stars
      2nd September 2021
      A brilliant 3 night trip with Tony Muriel and Arran, weather was lovely which encouraged lots of wildlife. The diving display by the Gannets, Dolphins showing off at the bow and the Minke whale... Read full review
    • Christine F
      Alyth, United Kingdom
      Land and Sea Adventure - a great combo
      5 of 5 stars
      2nd September 2021
      We enjoyed a great tour of land and sea. I thoroughly enjoyed the trips ashore on the motorised dinghy, skipper at the helm keeping us all safe - we had lots of time to explore the beautiful village... Read full review
    • Trav2708
      Trip Type:
      Great trip
      5 of 5 stars
      14th May 2022
      We were on July 21 whale and dolphin cruise. Loved every minute of it: great food, fantastic crew, wonderful wildlife, and spectacular scenery. Even caught some mackerel. What more can one ask for... Read full review


    • Other AwardsSilver Listing Silver Listing 2013
    • Other AwardsOuter Hebrides Tourism Member Outer Hebrides Tourism Member 2020

    Opening Times

    Minibus (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)
    High season (1 Apr 2022 - 31 Oct 2022)
    Boat (1 Apr 2022 - 31 Oct 2022)

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