Argyll Ferries and Western Ferries
The country's Western Isles are a whole other world.
A frequent service of ferries plying to and from this patchwork of islands - mainly under the flag of Caledonian MacBrayne (known as Calmac by the locals) make island hopping to the Western Isles of Scotland really practical and easy. They offer a variety of mountain and coastal landscapes, and are rich in wildlife, from birds of prey to deer and dolphins.
This is the ultimate choice in tours for those interested in ornithology and the natural history of these beautiful unspoiled islands. It provides a chance to view seals and occasionally dolphins, porpoises and whales in their natural marine habitat. Ashore, puffins, guillemots and razor-bills are the most prominent among the many species of seabirds nesting on these uninhabited islands.
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