Every year, The Scottish Sealife Sanctuary, rescues, rehabilitates, and releases injured and abandoned seal pups from around the coast of scotland. Saving these unfortunate creatures from certain death requires a high degree of care and commitment.
By choosing to become a sponsor, your valuable contribution will ensure that your sponsored seal is given the best chance of making a full recovery which will enable it to safely return home to the wild.
For these rare unfortunate animals, who for various reasons are unable to effectively survive in the wild, your support will ensure that they live out the remainder of their lives in the safe confines of The Scottish Sealife Sanctuary.
Times, Prices, Directions
Sealife Sanctuary Oban
The Scottish Sealife Sanctuary
Argyll PA37 1SE,
Tel: 01631 720386
From March to October we are now open from 10:00-17:00 with last admission at 16:00.
Directions from Glasgow - If you are travelling from Glasgow, take the M8 (northbound) and exit at junction 17 leave motorway and follow signs to Dumbarton on the A82. Take A82 from Dumbarton to Crainlairch and Tyndrum. At Tyndrum turn left onto the A85 road (signposted Oban) to Connel.
Oban area - At Connel Bridge, take the A828 and drive over the bridge and follow this road north towards Fort William.
Drive through a small village called Benderloch and two miles after this village, you will see the 'Scottish Sealife & Marine Sanctuary' on your left hand side (5 miles from the Connel bridge).
Directions from Fort William - If you are travelling south to the centre from Fort William, follow the A828 to Barcaldine and the centre is one mile past the village on the right hand side.