Return coach travel
5 nights half board
Hotel entertainment (on 3 nights)
Highland Perthshire Wildlife Mountain Safari & a chance to feed the red deer
Wildlife cruise (North Berwick to Bass Rock & Craigleith Cliffs & Loch Katrine cruise)
Visit to Seabird Discovery Centre
Visit to the SEA LIFE Centre with an Otter experience
Lunch at The Lochside Café
Observe red kites from a hide in Ardgaty
DURING YOUR STAY
Day 1 – We travel to The Winnock Hotel, Drymen, Loch Lomond.
Day 2 – This morning we visit SEA LIFE Centre in Loch Lomond – for a delightful, ‘otterly adorable’ otter experience. Then we enjoy a cruise along Lake Katrine before sitting down for a light lunch at The Lochside Café. This afternoon, we will have the opportunity to see some majestic red kites up close from a “hide” at Argaty Red Kites, the only red kite feeding station in Scotland.
Day 3 – The village of Drymen sits in the hills at the western end of the Campsie Fells, overlooking the Endrick Water as it nears Loch Lomond. Enjoy free time today to explore this popular town.
Day 4 – After an early start we begin our day in North Berwick at the award-winning Scottish Seabird Centre, which is situated on the harbour and home to almost half of all of Europe’s seabirds. Inside you can control interactive live cameras on the local islands to zoom in on the wildlife in its natural habitat! Afterwards, we have arranged a cruise from North Berwick to Bass Rock and Craigleith Cliffs – This unforgettable trip will take you closer than ever before to puffins, grey seals and dolphins all in their natural habitat. On our way back to the hotel, we enjoy a short stop at The Kelpies, the world’s largest equine sculptures.
Day 5 – We head to the Perthshire highlands for a mountain safari! Armed with your cameras and binoculars, climb aboard as we pass through a land sculptured by the elements and steeped in breathtaking views with no shortage of photo opportunities. You will also have the chance to come face to face with Britain’s largest native land mammal – the majestic red deer, and feed them in the safety of our Safari Ranger.
Day 6 – We retrace our footsteps home.
Due to the nature of this tour it is not suitable for people with walking difficulties. Also, we cannot guarantee animal sightings. Days are subject to change.