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Scotland

Journey into the heart of one of Europe's last great wildernesses.

  • Stop at the Red Kite Center to learn about the reintroduction of this native bird of prey.

  • You may discover nesting puffins on the Isle of Staffa.

  • Journey to the Outer Hebrides via the enchanting Isle of Skye, where red deer roam the pine forests.

  • Nearly a million birds nest on the cliffs of St. Kilda, including the world's largest colony of northern gannets with more than 60,000 pairs.

  • Search for capercaillie and other wild birds in Cairngorms National Park, one of the last large areas of wilderness in the British Isles.

During a far northern summer, millions of seabirds nest in some of the largest rookeries in the world, while whales and seals feed in clear waters warmed by the Gulf Stream. Inland, the rugged Highlands abound with life in the boreal forest and heather moorlands. Cruise to the remote Outer Hebrides, where millions of seabirds nest in some of the world’s largest colonies. Explore Cairngorms National Park in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, one of the last large areas of wilderness in the British Isles. Find remnants of ancient human culture, from Iron Age stone forts to embellished Celtic crosses. 

Available Tours

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Scotland's Wild Highlands & Islands
Explore the coves and cliffs of the Outer Hebrides and the rugged Highlands that abound with life in the boreal forest and heather moorlands.
12-day tours from $8,495



Available Extension

Orkney Isles Extension 4 days from $2,595

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