The Outer Hebridean islands form a combination of sea, mountains and above all open space in a wonderful Gaelic setting. We trail south over the course of 10 days from Stornoway in the north to Castlebay on Barra in the south.
The Outer Hebrides, this celebrated and interconnected chain of Atlantic islands caters for thrill seekers and chill seekers alike.
Mountains, moors and machair covered landscapes, white sandy beaches host the very best of Gaelic culture, wildlife, food, and drink.
Experience a timeless history of the amazing Neolithic Callanish Stones stretching back before the building of Stonehenge.
With renowned Hebridean hospitality as standard we journey south through the islands of Lewis, Harris, Berneray, North Uist, Benbecula, Eriskay and Barra on a wonderful 10 day trek.
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CNDo was formed in 1984 and specializes in walking tours across Scotland. If your passion is to walk the remote hills and glens trodden through the generations, CNDo will deliver that experience. A typical CNDo Tour will involve the services of a Qualified Guide and consists of a group numbering no more than 8 persons over the duration of a week with full minibus transportation, accommodation and breakfasts included. The tour makes for forming relationships that last a lifetime against a backdrop of iconic locations throughout Scotland from the Western Highlands and Shetland.
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