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Steve Duffield took the stunning image of the otter above. You can book a trip with Steve at Western Isles Wildlife and get guided to some of their favourite places. Another very memorable sighting when you’re lucky enough to see one! Steve can also guide you to lots of other hot spots for wildlife and make sure you get the most out of your time exploring the wildlife on Uist.
Nick at Lady Anne Boat Trips has been working with the resident pair of white-tailed eagles (also known as sea eagles) for many years now. The chances of an eagle flying low beside you are high and the photo opportunities are out of this world. The experience isn’t just limited to eagles, you’ve a real chance of spotting a rich variety of other seabirds, dolphins, otters and even deer as they swim to neighbouring islands.
When Nick has safely delivered you back to shore you can walk straight to Kallin Seafood cafe and feast upon a hearty meal of lobster and chips, scallops or prawns – it’s a perfect ending to a perfect adventure!
By the beach, in a Yoga Hut or from the comfort of your treehouse; let Judith coach you through your yoga practice and feel yourself stretch out every inch of your body as you sink in to a deep sense of relaxation and wellbeing. If you’ve never tried yoga before, Judith can offer the perfect introduction to relax and revive. Try out Hot Hatha Vinyasa Flow or even a yoga retreat. Find Judith on facebook at Yoga For Life Hebrides or at her webpage Yoga For Life.
Your stay at Uist Forest Retreat means you are perfectly placed to explore the best of all Outer Hebrides from a single, central location. No need to pack and unpack, settle in your treehouse and take day trips to explore other islands and highlights of the Hebrides.
Luskentyre is famous for its beach that can be seen from the roadside. Rodel church is a beautiful building set in some stunning scenery. Finally, head for Callanish Stones, just don’t be an Outlander and hold on to one for too long……
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