Island hop your way across the 'Atlantic Twin' islands of Coll & Tiree on our self-drive holiday.
An opportunity to experience two islands of great contrast, and indeed rivalry.
Eleven days exploring the isles of Arran, Islay, Mull & Skye, each with their own distinct charms
A memorable island-hopping adventure through dramatic Skye & the fascinating Outer Hebrides
Head to the edge of the British Isles and discover the beauty of Harris & Lewis, with a once in a lifetime day trip to magical St. Kilda
The perfect introduction to these magical islands, 6 nights exploring Barra, the Uists & Harris
A relaxing island-hopping tour of hidden gems of the Southern Hebrides, Gigha, Colonsay & Islay.
Island hop between the two tiny island gems of Iona & Colonsay
A carefully planned exploration of three contrasting islands - Iona,Mull & Skye, travelling on the famous West Highland Line.
Ideally suited for those who prefer short ferry routes, this holiday combines the islands of Skye, North Uist, Harris and Lewis.
Explore the ancient Kingdom of Dalriada
Two captivating islands, seperated by a narrow strip of water.
Grappling with route-planning and ferry timetables is not for the faint-hearted however, so why not leave it to us? We can work out the best combinations and timings to ensure you get the most out of your adventure; from the empty wide sandy beaches and wild landscapes of the Outer Hebrides, to the soaring mountains and sense of history on Skye, to the glorious beaches and wonderful wildlife habitats of Mull and Arran to the gentler, the remote peace of Colonsay, more rolling landscapes (and delightful gardens) of Bute, Islay and Gigha - each has its own undeniable charms.
In total contrast to the Hebrides, are the Northern Isles of Orkney and Shetland, with their history and culture very much Norse in origin. While often bracketed together they are very different and distinct island groups, but combine well in an island-hopping touring holiday.