This epic fully guided epic will take you to some of the most beautiful and remote areas of Scotland including Argyll, Skye, the Outer Hebrides and Orkney, culminating in a magical summer solstice pagan celebration with a night of music, poetry and readings at the Ring of Brodgar.
This ancient henge and stone circle on the Orkney Isles dating back to Neolithic times is now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site – a truly special place to spend the longest day of summer.
This adventure takes in some of the most iconic landscapes, amazing wildlife, pristine sandy beaches and historic sites.
Perfect for anyone who would like to learn more about the rich history and culture of this fascinating country, the trip includes many important sites such as Kilmarten Glen, Gearranan Black House Village, Callanish Standing Stones, the Ring of Brodgar and Skara Brae.
You will be joined by a Wilderness Scotland guide throughout who will bring the wonderful areas you’ll visit to life with their expert knowledge of Scotland’s culture, landscapes and wildlife. We also have the option to take road bikes along with us meaning we can do a mixture of hikes and cycling giving us a huge amount of flexibility and variety.
This adventure can take place anytime between April and October, but to experience the summer solstice the trip must be taken on specific dates in June.
- 15 nights accommodation in 4 star hotels and boutique B&Bs
- Breakfast each day
- Services of a Wilderness Scotland guide for the duration
- All ground transportation for the duration
- Bike hire for the duration (optional)
- All ferry travel in the itinerary
- Treshnish and Staffa Boat Trip