Ardnamurchan Wildlife & photography

Explore a truly wild part of Scotland with a staggering array of wildlife
Ardnamurchan Explore
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The Ardnamurchan trip is a 1-7 day exploration of this stunning peninsula and combines well with the Morvern trip/s. The trip always takes in the Ardnamurchan peninsula, but can also include parts of Morvern and Moidart as required.

We build every trip around the client and can easily focus on particular species you want to see and skills you want to develop. Ardnamurchan trips can be drive based, or involve small or significant hikes depending on what you want to do and see.

We regularly see Golden eagle, White tailed eagle, Otter, Pine martens, Black throated diver, Red throated diver, Red Breasted Merganser, Peregrine falcon, Merlin, Buzzard, Raven and countless other species

Other species we can look for include Red squirrel, Bullfinch, Goldcrest, Sedge Warbler, Marsh Warbler, etc etc.

Cost: £150/person per day. Discounts available for couples and groups, just ask. Please enquire for packages including accomodation.

... Otters are a regular sighting on the shores of Loch Sunart

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Sample itinerary
  • Meet at Lochaline Hotel or Sunart Centre in Strontian and discuss the day
  • Head to first destination with briefing on the way
  • Target species 1 photos followed by review
  • Discussion captures after loading onto laptop
  • Destination 2 with photos and review
  • Usually 4-10 spots per day + walking time
More about Ardnamurchan
It is known for its rugged beauty, its wild beaches, and its abundant wildlife. The peninsula is also home to the most westerly point of mainland Britain, Ardnamurchan Point. Ardnamurchan is a popular destination for hikers, campers, and nature lovers. There are a number of hiking trails to choose from, including the Ardnamurchan Way, which is a 30-mile long-distance trail that runs the length of the peninsula. There are also a number of camping and caravan parks located along the coast. The beaches on Ardnamurchan are some of the most beautiful in Scotland. The white sand beaches are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and surfing. There are also a number of secluded coves that are perfect for exploring. Ardnamurchan is home to a variety of wildlife, including red deer, white tailed eagles, dolphins, and whales. The peninsula is also home to a number of rare plants and flowers. It is also home to some fantastic parts of the Lochaber Geopark and a fascinating history.