Go to St Kilda


The archipelago of St Kilda, the remotest part of the British Isles, lies in the Atlantic Ocean, 41 miles (66 kilometres) west of Benbecula in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides. Its islands, with their exceptional cliffs and sea stacs, are rich in wildlife and form the most important seabird breeding station in north-west Europe. The cliffs of St Kilda are home to an estimated 1 million sea birds including Puffin, Fulmar, Gannet, Shearwater, Petrel, Kittiwake and Shags. The evacuation of its native population in 1930 brought to a close an extraordinary story of survival.
We aim to offer the highest quality trip to the island, on our comfortable and fully equipped boat, 'Infinity', with the possibility of a guided village tour. St Kilda is a photographers, historians and wildlife/bird enthusiasts dream.



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Contact: Kenneth MacKinnon