We offer guided walking and wildlife holidays in the Shetland Islands and Orkney Islands
Welcome to Wild Walks Wales
We offer guided small-group walking and wildlife holidays in specially selected locations around the UK, including the Northern Isles - Orkney and Shetland.
Our holidays in the Northern Isles of Scotland include
Our Ultimate Orkney Walking Adventure is based at the Merkister Hotel on the shores of Loch Harray. This holiday is focused on taking you to the most exciting walking locations in Orkney, including the islands of Hoy, Rousay, and Westray, as well as some fabulous locations on Mainland Orkney. This holiday is based on 6 nights full board accommodation at the Merkister Hotel. http://www.wildwalkswales.co.uk/section698510.html
Our Ultimate Shetland Walking Adventure is based at Busta House Hotel overlooking Busta Voe in Shetland's North Mainland. During this holiday you will explore some of the most amazing places imaginable, including the islands of Unst, Papa Stour and Out Skerries, whilst also climbing Shetland's highest mountain - Ronas Hill. This holiday is based on full board accommodation for 7 nights at Busta House Hotel. http://www.wildwalkswales.co.uk/section697719.html
For our Shetland Islands Wildlife holiday we stay at the superb Burrastow House Hotel in the secluded and remote West Mainland. During the holiday we visit all of the top wildlife locations Shetland has to offer, including Hermaness, Sumburgh Head, Mousa, Out Skerries, and Papa Stour. We'll show you otters, seals, puffins, gannets, red-throated divers, Arctic terns, and much more. This holidays is based on 7 nights full board accommodation at Burrastow House Hotel. http://www.wildwalkswales.co.uk/section711110.html
The owner of the Wild Walks Wales is Graham Uney, one of the most respected mountain walking instructors in the UK. He now lives in Wales, but used to run Shetland Walking and Wildlife, a specialist tour company he ran from his home in the Westside of Shetland. He's also a well-published author, with 15 books to his name, including the Cicerone Press guide 'Walking in the Orkney and Shetland Isles'. Graham is also a keen naturalist and bird ringer, and has worked for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, and the British Trust for Ornithology.