This a 3 hour trip that will transit south of Craighouse and head west up the Sound of Islay passing Port Askaig and then heading north along the more rugged west coast of Jura where you will get the opportunity to see raised beaches and caves. Jura is internationally renowned for its raised shore platforms and immense raised beaches, which are predominately located on the west coast along with numerous caves, rock stacks and rock arches. These geological phenomena reflect changes in relative sea level associated with the advance and retreat of ice sheets during the Quanternary Ice Age.
It is common to see Deer and wild goats grazing near the shoreline and you are guaranteed to encounter some of the 100 plus variety of birds found on Jura like the Golden Eagle, White Tailed Eagle, Buzzard, Northern Gannets, Common Guillemots and Oystercatchers to name but a few.
Raised Beach at Loch Tarbert Jura © Copyright Chris Lindesay and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
McArthur’s Head Lighthouse (1) © Copyright Steve Partridge and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
PricesAdult: £40 | Child (under 16): £25
TimesThursday 1300 – 1600
Please allow 30 minutes prior to departure time for the fitment of a lifejacket, waterproofs and the mandatory safety brief.
Number of free places
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1300 – 1600