Head out on an 8-day expedition to explore the outer Hebrides and even St Kilda, otherwise knows as the Islands at the End of the World.
Explore the Outer Hebrides and St Kilda
Head out on an 8-day expedition to explore the outer Hebrides and St Kilda, otherwise knows as the Islands at the End of the World.
Your adventure begins in the Gateway to the Scottish Isles; the picturesque port town of Oban. With a blend of fascinating ancient ruins and vibrant Scottish culture, the town has become known as the Seafood Capital of Scotland. There will be time to explore the town before we depart.
Sitting at the southern end of the Island chain of the Outer Hebrides, Barra and Vatersay offer an exciting mix of contrasting island experiences with something on offer for every. Feel the strong sense of community created by crofters and seafarers who live side by side on these isolated islands.
Discover the abundance of plants, hiking and culture on the Isles of South Uist and Eriskay. And then onto the Isles of North Uist, Berneray and Grimsay.
The outer Hebridean island of Harris is one that has offered inspiration for generations. With its rich traditions, stunning shifting scenery and strong sense of community. The largest of the Outer Hebrides, Lewis offers amazing opportunities to explore all the elements life on the edge in the Atlantic Ocean – with history, heritage, wilderness, wildlife, arts and crafts.
With a suitable weather window, you will hopefully visit the Island archipelago of St Kilda, lying 41 miles off the west coast of Benbecula. St Kilda is an extreme Atlantic outpost, and one of the few World Heritage sites in existence awarded ‘dual’ status for meeting both the natural and cultural criteria for the classification.
From the Northern most headlands of the Isle of Lewis to the southern tip of Vatersay, the Outer Hebrides Islands on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean offer majestic mountains, windswept white beaches and an abundance of wildlife.