Sea Eagle Trail

Fast Rib Trip

Our Sea Eagle and Wildlife Sea Safari covers the Southern half of the Sound of Raasay from Churchton Bay and Braes in the South to Loch Arnish and Bonnie Prince Charlie's Cave to the North.

On this tour we have regular sightings of Sea Eagles, Golden Eagles, Seals, Puffins (in season) Dolphins, Porpoise, Whales and Basking Sharks (in season) and various species of Seabirds.

Skye’s and Raasay's rugged coastline is home to a multitude of different species of bird and marine life, but it’s also steeped in history.

Sea Eagle Trail

Our journey starts at the foot of the North side of Ben Tianavaig where you’ll discover the Scarf Caves, carved out of the rock over Thousands of years.

We then follow a route round Ben Tianavaig to its east face, where Sea Eagles have established a territory since the late 1970s.

We then journey across to Raasay's west coast, covering the territory of another pair of Sea Eagles, in addition to an impressive Seal colony on Holoman Island, a small tidal island.

We then carry on up North, passing the Queens Beach, to Raasay's magnificent Red Sea Caves and then back over towards Bonnie Prince Charlie's cave on the Skye shore and then South past the impressive Sea Cliffs rising to 370 metres from sea level before a safe navigation back to Portree Harbour.

Join us for a fabulous tour featuring some of the best Sea Caves, Sea Cliffs and Sea-nery the west coast of Scotland has to offer.

Price: £35 (Adult) £25 (Child)

Time: 2hrs (Approx)

Months: 1st May - 30th September

Location: Portree Harbour

Departs: 10am | 12pm | 2pm

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Minimum of six passengers required for trip to proceed.

This trip is suitable for ages 5+. Unfortunately, this trip is not suitable for toddlers.

Route Map

Our trips may vary from the route shown on the map. The weather, sea state and what wildlife is around may affect the actual course we take during your trip.

Sea Eagle Trail Map