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Visit the beautiful and remote Small Isles of Canna, Rum, Eigg, Soay & Loch Coruisk / the Cuillins. Breathtaking scenery, unique history and abundant wildlife - regular sightings of Minke whales, Basking Sharks, Seals, Dolphins, Porpoises, Sea-Eagles, Puffins and many other seabirds. Informative commentary from your skipper/guide.
Sailing every day (April to October). Tours from 1½ hours to all day - booking essential.
Some guest comments: "amazing" "absolutely fantastic" "superb!"More Information
Sail from Elgol jetty on the Bella Jane, a comfortable, modern, high specification passenger boat. Choose 1½, 3, 4½ hrs, or longer, ashore to experience this majestic wilderness then cruise back to Elgol to complete an unforgettable trip.
Also available: shorter non-landing cruises and one-way trips for walkers.
Sailing every day (April to October) and November to March trips. Free refreshments included.More Information
Clan Donald Skye is a magnificent 20,000 acre estate in south Skye. Enjoy an outstanding holiday experience, exploring the historic gardens and woodland trails around Armadale Castle or learning about Highland history in our fascinating Museum of the Isles.More Information
Donald Nicolson Taxis and Island Tours are based in Kilmore in Sleat, close to the Armadale ferry.
Rail, air and ferry transfers. A range of vehicles available, with up to 8 seats.
Tours tailored to clients' requirements.More Information
A warm Highland welcome awaits you from Seumas MacKinnon and his crew aboard the Misty Isle. Board the Misty Isle from Elgol jetty for an unforgettable trip to spectacular Loch Coriusk. Look out for dolphins, basking sharks, whales and seals. You may also be lucky and spot golden eagles or even the elusive white tailed eagle. Plenty of time ashore to explore or simply soak up the scenery followed by a welcome cup of tea on your return journey.More Information
Sabhal Mòr Ostaig UHI is an iconic institution, internationally recognised as the National Centre for Scottish Gaelic language and culture. Its spectacular campus, located on the Isle of Skye, boasts exceptional facilities including a broadcast and recording studio, specialist library collections, conference and ICT equipment, exhibition and event spaces, childcare facilities and residential accommodation. SMO has an excellent reputation for language learning, immersion and research.More Information
Dedicated to the birds which find a niche in the in the wild and sometimes harsh local environment, Skye Birds aims to highlight the wide variety of birds which can be seen and where to see them; to encourage locals and visitors to record their bird observations; to stimulate involvement in fieldwork; and to contribute to the conservation and protection of a number of rare and spectacular birds, all against the most dramatic backdrop in Britain.More Information