Our safaris explore the wonderful diversity of nature around the Loch Ewe area in Wester Ross, in the North West Highlands of Scotland.
If we're really lucky we might see some of our elusive iconic species; white-tailed sea eagle, red squirrel, otter, red deer or pine marten, but remember that wildlife is wild and doesn't turn up to order! Fortunately there is so much more to discover, such as the rare lichens, mosses, ferns and fungi of the woodlands, seaweeds and sea creatures on the shoreline, dragonflies and flora on the moorland, as well as plenty of bird life.
Open your eyes and your mind, because in nature, the more you look, the more you see!
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Year Round
Plants and Animals
We run guided nature walks in Wester Ross on the North West Scotland. We are a social enterprise company and our mission is to educate and inspire people to love and protect the natural world around them and to help to conserve the nature of Wester Ross.
The money we take for safaris goes to running the company (paying our guides, insurance, advertising etc), and then any profit left over is donated to local conservation projects. We are only a tiny company but we like to think that we are helping nature in our own small way, by providing local employment, educating visitors, and donating our profits to local conservation causes.
Our safaris cover all the nature of the area, from lichens, plants, insects and amphibians to birds and mammals. While we look for some of our iconic species such as otters, pine martens and white-tailed sea eagles, our focus is on showcasing the whole biodiversity of the nature of the area.