The Isle of Eigg is a diverse island with coastal land, unimproved farmland, willow and hazel scrub, native woodland, raised bog and moorland.
- Panoramic views from the Sgurr
- Guided walks in the summer
Best time to visit?
- All year for stunning views
- May and Jun for birds
- May and Jun for spring flowers
- Jul to Sep for marine mammals
Wildflowers and arctic-alpines flourish here, otters hunt along the coastline and birds of prey soar high above. Seals, dolphins and minke whales are often spotted from the ferry.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is a member of the Isle of Eigg Heritage Trust, which manages much of the island.