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Wild West Highlands of Scotland…

For 2019 Wild West are expanding our offering. As well as our popular wildlife safaris we are now including the West Highlands of Scotland’s internationally renowned scenery, history and mythology on a selection of privately guided tours. Wild West will transport you on a journey through these landscapes to discover magnificent scenery, visit castles or follow in the footsteps of the stars. You will also hear stories of cruelty and kindness, justice and injustice and Celts and Vikings. Or just immerse yourself in the silence.

In Glencoe, we can stand in the remains of a 300 million-year-old volcano and hear the story of a terrible massacre. You can recreate the iconic poster scene from Skyfall and get up close with the local stags.



On a morning or afternoon spent in Fort William, you will discover the engineering marvel of Neptune’s staircase, hear the story of the historical battle of Inverlochy and walk through a dramatic glacial gorge.

Ardnamurchan point is the UK’s most westerly point. The trip to the point takes us through some of the wildest, most scenic landscapes in the country. We can visit a 13th-century castle, pass the Glenfinnan viaduct and enjoy fabulous vistas to the small isles of Eigg and Rhum. But mostly, Ardnamurchan is about wildlife.

The West coast is full of secret coves and hidden beaches that need a little in-depth local knowledge to discover. Smirisary is one of these and the walk to the beach, which passes through the now mainly deserted village of Smirisary is one where new discoveries await around every corner.

Take a full day discovering the Magical island of Mull with its amazing wildlife, seascapes and connection to the ancient kings of Scotland and the Lordship of the isles. And not to mention the colourful town of Tobermory, made famous in the children’s tv show Balamory. For more details please call 0333 123 2820 or e-mail


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