ON THE EDGE On our way to the UK's most northernly point we visit Brough Harbour a small have abundant with seals and birds. At Dunnet Head we can embrace the views across the Pentland Firth. In season we may observe our local colony of puffins.
On the way to the UK’s most northerly point Dunnet Head we visit Brough Harbour to watch the seals and birds and appreciate the rugged coastline.
We then drive to Ham where we can take a stroll along the shore in search of the elusive Groatie Buckie or Cowrie.
Onwards and upwards to spectacular Dunnet Head to embrace the views across the Pentland Firth towards Orkney. From April to August we can observe our local colony of puffins nesting on the dramatic sea cliffs.
Isobel and Angela are passionate about their home county of Caithness. We will take you off the beaten track to explore at slower pace allowing time to immerse in our beautiful landscape sharing our local knowledge and give a more personal experience. Our tours are flexible and we can personalise any tour to suit your requirements.
Departs: Thurso, Wick, Caithness and North Coast Sutherland area
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