Unsure of what to do in the area other than constantly looking at amazing scenery, geology, wildlife then here are just a few ideas ….
There are a wide variety of low, mid and high level walks which can be coastal, inland , mountainous, woodland,etc. You can find a walk to suit you by visiting the Walk Highlands website – a wonderful free resource, and we have thoroughly enjoyed trying them out.
We enjoy cycling our tandem, although we don’t seem to have as much time as we would like for it. We can store your bikes in the dry overnight for you, and if you need to wash them down at the end of the day we can provide you with a hose and brush. There are organised tours you can join if you are not too sure about doing them alone – they can fully supported.
There are some wonderful places to kayak around here and we get out on our own when time/tide permits. At high tide you can launch directly from the shore by Seadrift B&B. There are guided kayak tours to be had within the area dealing with any level of expertise.
Want someone else to take the strain, but would like to experience the varied bird and sealife, then there are many boat trips to be had. Along with the many sea birds including cormorant, shag, gannet and sea eagle, you may also spot minkie whale, basking shark, seal, porpoise and otter. Of course this is wildlife and nothing can be guaranteed – although Calum’s in Plockton apparently give you your money back if you don’t see a seal!
For a special day out exploring the coastline of Skye, Rona and Raasay whilst enjoying locally caught seafood, take a trip with http://www.seaflowerskye.com