The Scottish islands are renowned for their beauty, and what better way to experience them than with a Highland Coastal Camper?
The main island groups which are best suited for touring include the Inner Hebrides and the Outer Hebrides in the west of Scotland, and Orkney and Shetland in the north.
THE INNER HEBRIDES
The Inner Hebrides are the location of some of the best known Scottish experiences, from the wide variety of peaty whiskies on the Isle of Islay, to the untouched beauty of Jura, and the quiet beaches of Colonsay.
The fresh seafood on Tobermory will tease your tastebuds, while a visit to Mull isn’t complete without seeing the sea eagles.
No trip to the Inner Hebrides would be complete without visitng the dramatic landscapes and castles on the Isle of Skye.
THE OUTER HEBRIDES
Why not go further afield and see the pristine sands of the Isle of Harris, and see the home of the world-famous Harris Tweed, still handwoven to this day. Go back to the roots of Scottish culture and get an understanding of Gaelic culture on the Isle of Lewis. The pristine waters of the Outer Hebrides are just begging to be explored in a kayak, and will give you an unforgettable adventure.
ORKNEY AND SHETLAND
For those with a little more time on their hands, a visit to Orkney and Shetland will expose the history of ancient civilisations in Scotland, where you can trace the lineage from the Vikings to today.
Get a taste of the true Scotland by enjoying traditional folk music sessions in pubs in Kirkwall and Lerwick while you sample locally produced spirits and ales.