Welcome to Explore Mull
***Opening April 2014. Some trips will start running from March this year and can be booked online but will only run when minimum numbers are reached. ***
Please contact us on 07812 543190 for further information or for an general enquiries over the winter we can be contacted on the mobile or via email email@example.com
The Explore Mull Visitor Information Centre is now open in Ledaig Car Park, Main Street, Tobermory. We can book your accommodation, boat trips, wildlife trips and more.
Tel: 01688 302875
Due a great demand for accommodation and trips this season it is advisable to book in advance before your visit to the island to avoid disappointment.
If you are an accommodation owner or an island excursion operator and you would like more bookings for the 2012 season please contact us.
We are the Isle of Mull’s ‘One Stop Booking Shop’ to create your own holidays on the Isle of Mull, Ulva and Iona.
Mull is a silent island of rushing, tumbling burns, high peaks, dramatic views, waterfalls, wildlife, history and atmosphere, well known for its sea life including Minke Whale, Basking Sharks, Dolphins, Seals, and the occasional Orca and a whole host of birdlife including Puffins. It also has a fantastic range of land wildlife to include White-tailed Eagles, Golden Eagles, Corncrakes, Otters, Red Deer, Fallow Deer, and much much more.
According to your interests, the Isle of Mull can be a wilderness awaiting discovery, a sporting paradise, a haven of peace and relaxation or simply a charming and beautiful centre for a Highland holiday away from the cares and pressures of modern life, and our website is designed for you to book your accommodation and excursions for your stay on the island.
The Isle Of Mull has 300 miles rugged coastline to be explored by wildlife minibus tours, boat trips or even your own steam – you can cycle, drive or take a walking tour. Mull is a great base for your holiday with a whole host of wildlife great scenery and a relaxing atmosphere.
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