Ardnamurchan has so much to offer, your adventure starts here. You may find it hard to drag yourself away from marvelling at the stunning views and gorgeous sunsets from the comfort of your lounge, but this beautiful part of Scotland is well worth exploring, and offers fabulous places to visit and activities for all ages.
A simple drive can be rewarded with the most incredible scenery, and maybe some deer and birds of prey along the way. Boat trips to explore the sea life of Loch Sunart and the Treshnish Isles offer the opportunity to encounter Puffins, Dolphins, Otters, Whales and Basking Sharks. For the more adventurous…read on…
Create memories and have fun exploring stunning and unique landscapes with your family or friends as you spend time on a bespoke guided voyage with Otter Adventures!
Discover hard to find wildlife, lofty mountains, golden beaches, castles or ancient oak woodland as you relax in stunning natural surroundings and rediscover connections long forgotten.
Otter Adventures draw upon over 30 years experience in the outdoor industry to tailor every adventure or journey to your booking and aim to keep it exclusive for your party (minimum numbers apply) wherever possible.
No matter whether you prefer canoe, kayak, bike or walking, Otter Adventures can create an adventure that suits your definition of ‘adventure’. Visit, www.otter-adventures.co.uk, for inspiration, information and booking details or call on 07521 676274 to discuss your next adventure.
The Ardnamurchan Distillery opened in July 2014 to begin the process of producing what will eventually become world-class single malts. The distillery sits on the shores of Loch Sunart, in what has to be one of the most spectacular locations of any distillery in the country.
The Isle of Staffa is a beautiful uninhabited island, famous for its dramatic basalt columns, sea caves and bird life. Over the years it has captivated thousands of people including Queen Victoria, Walter Scott and Jules Verne.
Fingals Cave is always splendid and atmospheric with its basalt columns formed during volcanic activity 59 million years ago. Puffins can be seen ashore in season as well as shags, oystercatchers and black guillemots. If you’re lucky you might see otters, porpoise, dolphins, even a basking shark or whale!
“The greatest railway journey in the world”
Starting near Ben Nevis, this unmissable railway journey aboard the famous Jacobite Steam Train takes you on an unforgettable 84 mile round trip through some of the most spectacular scenery imaginable. Passing through several beautiful West coast villages and silver sand beaches used in “The Highlander” and “Local Hero” movies it meanders it’s way from Fort William to Mallaig, crossing the 21 arched Glenfinnan Viaduct, used in the Harry Potter films.
A stop at Glenfinnan allows you to stretch your legs or visit the fascinating West Highland Railway Museum before continuing your journey. Upon arrival in Mallaig, you will have time to explore this gorgeous fishing port and ferry terminal, with plenty of shops and a choice of eateries for lunch before your return journey.
Prices from £625 per week, please ensure you book early to avoid disappointment.