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Stretching over seven kilometres, the Treshnish Isles are one of the biggest draws on the West Coast of Scotland.
Fingal’s Cave is one of Staffa’s most astonishing features and has been billed as one of the world’s most spectacular caves.
It’s no secret that one of our favourite things to do on Staffa in the summer is puffin watching. These remarkable birds live most of their lives on the ocean, migrating to coastal regions during breeding season.
Whales visit the Scottish Inner Hebrides during warmer months. Read about the different species, spectacular behaviour and feeding habits
Common seals and Atlantic grey seals are a common site in the waters of Scotland's west coast. Read more seal facts from Staffa Tours.
Scotland’s west coast not only attracts common species of sealife, rarer species visit to feed in the Gulf Stream such as turtles and sunfish
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