I visited on a very wet murky day, so the famous Silver Sands of Morar weren't looking their best. However I really liked the island. It is obviously visited by people from time to time, as there was a faint path leading up from the south east corner of the island. The island is mainly covered in heather and bracken with some birch and pine trees, 1 small oak tree and a few rhododendron bushes. The whole island is covered in a thick carpet of moss and is very boggy.
Sign by the layby near the steps to the beach. I don't know how common rhinoceroses are in these parts!
The centre of Eilean Toigal
Eilean Toigal from the eastern side of Morar Bay
Looking south towards Eilean Toigal
Looking north west towards the mouth of Morar Bay
Looking north from Toigal towards Eilean Toigal at high tide on a sunny day in June 2016