Outer Hebrides guided walking holiday
Lewis, Harris, Uists, Eriskay, Berneray and Barra are some of the islands that make up the Outer Hebrides. The Outer Hebridean islands form a combination of sea, mountains and above all space, in a unique Gaelic setting.
The contrast, from the unexpectedly hilly Harris and eastern seaboard of South Uist, to the long sweeps of glistening white sand that form the western coast, is something to be seen to be believed.
Contrasting also, is the vibrant crofting community and a timeless history stretching back before the placing of the amazing Callanish Stones.
These are some of the aspects which make the Outer Hebrides unique. Our Outer Hebrides walking holiday aims to explore as much as is possible.
Our journey through the Outer Hebrides aims to collect as many islands as we can but walking is mainly confined to Lewis, Harris, Berneray, North Uist, Benbecula, Eriskay and Barra.
Due to the nature of accommodation used on this holiday, early booking (more than 8 weeks in advance) is strongly recommended.
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|24 June - 3 July 2017||£949||n/a|
|19 - 28 Aug 2017||£949||n/a|
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There is always a slight possibility on trips involving ferries, that severe weather conditions or other reasons will prevent a scheduled sailing. However unlikely this may be on this trip, it may not be possible to keep to the planned timings. Any additional expenses incurred through changes in the ferry schedule will not be met by C-N-Do Scotland.