Our ToursLeaving from the picturesque fishing hamlet of Kylesku, we provide guided coastal boat tours to uninhabited islands, offering you the chance to see wildlife in their natural environment.
Join us for our morning or afternoon (3 hours) tour.
Leaving from the Kylesku slipway we make our way past Oldany Island to the spectacular Old Man of Stoer. Standing 60 metres (200 ft) tall it is has become a popular climbing challenge. The stack is made of Torridonian red sandstone.
Our ‘Cape Wrath Explorer Tour’ tour offers some of the most stunning scenery in the region. We leave from the fishing hamlet of Kylesku before heading to the seabird city of Handa Island and its Great Stack, standing 70 meters above sea level.
Our private charters are available for recreation or business uses and include an experienced skipper and crew/guide. If you want to plan a special day out on the water and would like to go to a specific area, we can suit your needs. Or just have an idea but are not sure on specifics then we can plan a customised itinerary for you. Island drop-offs and pick-ups are also available for those wanting to independently camp.
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Our ‘Stacks and Sea Birds’ tour (non – landing) offers some of the most stunning scenery in the region and lasts for around 3 hours. Watch nesting seabirds (May to July) on some of the UK’s highest and most spectacular sea stacks. Taking in The Old Man of Stoer, the Islands of Handa and Oldany, with the possibility of a stop at Badcall Bay, designated for its outstanding natural beauty!
Our ‘Cape Wrath Explorer’ tour (non-landing) offers around 4 hours at sea. Watch nesting sea birds (May to July) on some of the UK’s highest and most spectacular sea stacks and visit the outstanding bays of Badcall and Sandwood. We also make a stop on Cape Wrath, the most north-westerly point in mainland Britain.
Spend 5 hours on board with us on our Wildlife Spotting tour, visiting some of the best local areas to see Whales, Dolphins, Porpoise, Basking Sharks (August only), Seals and Sea Birds.
For the true adventure seeker our uninhabited Islands’ 2 day 1 night camp is the perfect trip. Visit the island of Sula Sgeir where the annual guga hunt takes place, the breeding colony of Grey Seals on Eilean Nan Ron, and one of the UK’s most remote islands, North Rona.
This is the ultimate tour for those seeking adventure in some of Scotland’s truly untouched outreaches. Come with us to visit explore some of the least visited locations in the United Kingdom. In suitable weather conditions, we aim to make stops to Sula Sgeir, North Rona, Flannan Isles, St Kilda, and the Shiant Islands, including a one night stay in the Carloway Blackhouses on Lewis.