Visit St Kilda 

Boat Trips to St Kilda - World Heritage Site

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  Day trips to St Kilda from Isle of Skye - Book now. 

Departing Stein on Isle of Skye from April to September, and other dates by arrangement.

Click here for detailed information and Booking on the GotoStKilda site

For more information on trip and to book, phone or email Go to St Kilda, +44 (0)77899 14144.

Go to St Kilda was established by Integrity Voyages in 2013 and in December 2017 was sold to Sea Skye Marine Ltd.

Special Interest Groups

We work with various special interest group providing visits to St Kilda. If you have an interest in the areas of ornithology, botany, kayaking, walking, or photography do contact us to discuss. For those with a photography interest, the special several day tour in mid July to St Kilda being run by talented Skye based photographer Marcus McAdam may be of interest. 

 Camping Adventures

Independent camping trips can be arranged by taking one way trips on any of the Go to St Kilda day trips.

 Comprehensive information on St Kilda

One of the world’s special places – and one of remotest parts of British Isles.

World Heritage Site St Kilda


The historic connection between Dunvegan, Isle of Skye, and St Kilda.

The group of islands, 40 miles into the open Atlantic beyond the Outer lsles, was for centuries part of the land of the MacLeod's seated in Dunvegan Castle. They were only sold in the 1930s after the islanders had been evacuated. The relics preserved at Dunvegan Castle illustrate the extraordinary way of life of its people. On visiting the Castle you will notice the horsehair rope. No man was allowed to marry until he had wovent one of these, so that he could maintain his wife by being able to hunt for the sea-birds living on the great cliffs. This rope had to be able to bear his weight in case he fell from the cliffs during the hunt. The door lock with its removable wooden key and the post-bag are recognisable functions of everyday life today, even if their application by the islanders was somewhat unusual. Mail was thrown into the sea to be washed up eventually either on the shores of Norway or of Scotland, depending upon the currents at the time.