Wildlife Tours

Our days are up to 8 hours and include tea, coffee and homemade biscuits and cakes. Lunch is homemade soup and a selection of sandwiches using local produce when possible. Special dietary requirements are catered for.

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Our cosy cottage used to be the old post office in the village of Salen. The holiday let is an annex attached to our house Dungallen, with its own drive and entrance. The garden is next to open ground with views to the mountains beyond.

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Join Jacqui And Mike

We both have a long association with the Isle of Mull and a passion for all natural history from an early age. Having been frequent visitors to the island we were delighted to have the opportunity to move here. Our interests range from wildlife to wildflowers, and the island has so much diversity it’s a perfect place for us to enjoy all that we love.

With a shared love of Mull it seemed a natural step for us to be a full time part of Mull life. The name Enjoy Mull came from us constantly saying how much we have enjoyed Mull ourselves.

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Reviewed by 19emilyadams91 11 Sep 2018

We were staying in Jacqui's lovely accommodation and arranged a tour during our week's stay. This was our second tour with Jacqui, having also been out with her last year. Last year we had glorious sunshine but this time around it was a fairly grey and drizzly day- however this did not detract from the experience at all! Jacqui's local knowledge is fantastic and we saw plenty of wildlife in between hot drinks and a lovely lunch in spectacular scenery. If you like wildlife and beautiful scenery then it's a must do trip, rain or shine!


Booked on Jacqui's tour of northern Mull only three days before whilst staying at Tobermory. As we were without a car, these tours enable us to get to parts of the island not covered by buses, ie much more of it. Jacqui's tour far exceeded these basic requirements. She is extremely knowledgeable about Mull, including where its wildlife can best be seen, and helped us to see a variety of birds, including Hen harrier, White-tailed eagle, Slavonian grebe, and many waders, as well as a number of Otters. An excellent way to get a better understanding of Mull.


Reviewed by maurice b 16 Sep 2018

My hope was to see hen harriers, golden eagles, sea eagles and otters. Jacqui managed to find them all in one day and so much more besides. Information on the geology, flora and fauna were also given by the knowledgeable and enthusiastic Jacqui. Lunch was excellent and the tour overall was a great success. Highly recommended.