Pre trip email to tell us of any changes was welcome and polite, thank you. (it was only to let us know there was a film crew next door = zero impact)
Only improvement would be a tiny bit of extra info about what to bring. I didn't bring a small day rucksack, would have been useful. Would have been useful to know we needed 3 x changes of clothes. 1 to wear and possibly get wet, 1 for the dry bag to stash in the kayak, 1 to leave in the van and change into after the activity so the van doesn't get wet.
Quality of leaders was very high, sociable, skilled, with excellent "people skills" (we are all from different walks of life and opinions and were well tolerated!)
Bunk house was slightly more basic than maybe cost of course implies.... Beds comfortable, but a little short. It was fine, clean and warm, but being so close to complete strangers for a few days isn't for everyone.
Accommodation & Food
Bunk house a little basic. Clean and warm, but bunks a bit short.
skiled, tolerant and patient. Only improvement would be to have a "plan your trip" session. Yes a bit of boring desk work, but could read tide times, work out effect of wind etc. We went through it all, but not in that formally.
The Bottom Line
My friend and I ruminated on the trip afterwards and were impressed in how highly the leaders spoke of the company wilderness Scotland- they obviously really enjoyed working for them. The company understands how the leaders "tick". Happy leaders = happy clients. Well done you.
A great experience overall.