Winter on the Isle of Mull is beautiful and dramatic with iconic wildlife, dynamic ever-changing landscapes and some of the darkest skies in Europe.
Wonderful wildlife species such as Golden Eagle, White-tailed Eagle, Otter, Hen Harrier and Red Deer are present year round on the island, providing a great chance to observe them in their stunning winter surroundings.
Due to the dynamic weather systems often experienced on the island, the photography opportunities are endless, with angry seas, moody skies and constantly changing light patterns. A later sunrise and earlier sunset also makes the ‘golden hour’ more accessible.
As day turns to night on the island we’re blessed to be under some of the darkest skies in Europe. Admire the stars, planets and constellations which make up the starfields and give yourself the opportunity to see the northern lights.
Nature Scotland - Stargazing Experiences
Admire the wonders of the night sky under some of the darkest skies in Europe. Discover the planets, stars and constellations that make up the star fields. READ MORE
Enjoy Mull winter wildlife tours.
winter full day wildlife tours as the winter closes in the wildlife has less daylight hours to feed so many winter guests find it a better time of year to view mull's wildlife. READ MORE
Nature Scotland - Winter Wildlife Tours
Join Nature Scotland for a land-based winter wildlife adventure to discover the natural heritage of the Isle of Mull or the geology, scenery and wildlife on the Ardnamurchan peninsula. Explore some of Scotland’s finest wild winter areas, searching for iconic species such as Golden Eagle, White-Tailed Eagle, Otter, Hen Harrier, Red Deer, Seals and many more, all from the comfort of our people carrier, which provides excellent viewing conditions. READ MORE
Sights of Sunart 5 hour wildlife cruises.
Departing from Tobermory at 11 am, this boat trip will take you for a tour down lock Sunart, discovering the wildlife of the lock has to offer which quite often includes White tailed eagles, Golden eagles, Seals, Otters, Harbour porpoise,and very occasional dolphins. READ MORE