Discover Isolated Landscapes & Rich History

Lying more than 40 miles west of Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, amongst crashing waves and the cries of thousands of seabirds, the archipelago of St Kilda is a destination like no other. Formed from the rim of an ancient volcano, the dramatically jagged landscape features some of the highest cliffs in Europe.

Uninhabited since 1930, St Kilda features tokens of human life, including the traditional Highland stone huts and bothies. The island still supports the largest seabird colony in the north-east Atlantic, including large colonies of rare and endangered species. Now appointed as a dual UNESCO World Heritage Site for its natural and cultural significance, St Kilda is owned and protected by the National Trust for Scotland.

Often referred to as ‘the islands at the edge of the world’, St Kilda is bound to leave you mesmerised. For those willing to brave the four-hour ferry journey each way, a trip to St Kilda will surely be an unforgettable highlight of your trip to Scotland.

If you’re feeling tempted, you can read more about planning a trip with our blog: The Essential Guide to Visiting St Kilda, Scotland.

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Hebridean Island Hopping

From £1320pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 8 Nights
  • Luskentyre beach - one of the most spectacular beaches in Scotland
  • Travel back in time at the 5,000 year old Callanish Standing Stones
  • 16th century Kisimul Castle - the magnificent 'Castle in the Sea'

Isle of Skye & The Outer Hebrides

From £865pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 5 Nights
  • The magical Isle of Skye and the spectacular Cuillin Mountains
  • Discover the mountains and lunar landscape of the Isle of Harris
  • The archaeological treasures of the Standing Stones of Callanish

Isle of Skye & Outer Hebrides

From £1420pp

Walking Holidays
Duration 8 Nights
  • Explore the spectacular Isle of Skye, famed for its striking landscapes and fantastic walking opportunities
  • Escape to the majestic Outer Hebrides, where there are plenty of sparkling beaches, rugged mountains, and Neolithic sites to explore on foot
  • Experience friendly island hospitality and learn about Scottish history and culture

Myths & Legends of Scotland

From £1535pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 10 Nights
  • Experience life on the edge in the Outer Hebrides, including the mysterious Standing Stones of Callanish
  • Visit dramatic Dunnottar Castle - one of the most striking and romantic ruined castles in Scotland
  • Get lost in the breathtaking scenery of The Cairngorms - Britain’s largest national park
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