Isle of Rum Adventure

Exclusive full day charter

prices from £650 for 2-6 people

This package which departs from the Mallaig Yacht pontoons at 10am allows you to cruise out across sapphire-blue waters onboard our vessel, Cyfish, as Rum looms before you. This passage will cross the sound of Sleat and Loch Slapin giving stunning views of the Cullin mountain range on Skye, depending on weather conditions and time of year there is the chance to spot porpoises, common dolphins and many different types of sea birds particularly the Manx Shear water which raft up in large numbers from July onwards.

Once disembarked on its shores, you will be treated to a guided wildlife ranger tour that mixes in the experience of foraging among the island’s woodland followed by a unique journey by 4×4 up through Glen Kinloch across the island to its western side as part of a guided tour that lets you marvel at the landscape, with its mist-strewn Rum Cullin mountains range, dark-green woods and local wildlife, including members of Rum’s famous red deer population and Wild ponies which are thought to have inhabited the Island for over a thousand years.

The tour will visit the unusual Greek styled Mousoleum the folly of John Bullough at Harris bay and Kilmory Bay for a luxury picnic with an unmatched outlook across the water to the Cullin of Skye.

On Request visitors should certainly grasp the opportunity to take part in some of the some of the best brown trout fishing in the Highlands. Loch Dornabac which is a short walk from the vehicle is popular with the visitors but for those who don’t mind a small hike of 250 meters, Loch Fiachanaish above Harris bay is our go to places with brown trout averaging 1.5lbs and larger specimens of up to 3lb also possible.

For the skilled fly fisherman dry fly methods are a great option offering a lot of sport, while spinning is the preferred method with our guests.Fishing tackle and advise is included.

At the end of each trip we like to finish the day with a barbeque down at Kinloch Harbour. Here you can enjoy your freshly caught wild food at a barbeque overlooking the purling sea and while we are at it, we take the opportunity to mingle with the locals and taste some Scottish ales.

This is just hinting at all you can hope to experience with Minch Adventures’ Rum package: a once in a lifetime experience on what is perhaps Scotland’s most captivating island, where the mist-covered mountain slopes still, after so many years, hum with mystery… All day charter returning at 6pm