Unforgettable Walking Holidays on Scotland's Islands
Welcome to Hidden Hebrides - the specialists in Scottish island walking holidays!
We are passionate about introducing people to these amazing islands & their fabulous walks and hikes. We are the only walking holiday company based in the Hebrides - we know these islands better than anyone, and can offer an unbeatable level of personal service and local knowledge.
Walking and hiking on the Scottish islands has all the attractions of mainland Scotland – mountains, glens and lochs…..but offers much more besides. Come on one of our stunning island walking holidays and you will experience some of the finest wildlife in Europe, gorgeous turquoise seas, huge silver beaches, the Hebrides’ unique Gaelic culture and some of the best archaeology in Scotland. A Scottish island walking holiday is a magical experience.
Scottish Island Walking Holidays
We run a fabulous range of guided walking & hiking tours on many Scottish islands, including holidays to Skye, Orkney, Shetland, Lewis & Harris and the Uists & Barra.
All our holidays are relaxed, fun & easy going - our emphasis is on enjoying the stunning landscapes, culture & wildlife of the islands.
***Special Offer: £50 off all 2017 guided holidays booked before the end of September 2016***
Self Guided Walking & Touring Holidays
Discover the magic of Scotland's islands at your own pace. Our competitively priced self guided holidays take the hard work out of planning your trip. Simply tell us which islands you want to visit and when you would like to travel, and let us arrange your perfect holiday.
Customised Group Holidays
We specialise in arranging customised guided holidays in the Highlands and Islands for small groups and family parties. On these holidays the choice of where to go and what to do is entirely yours. Walking, cycling, boat trips, touring...the choice is yours. Contact us today and let us design your perfect Scottish Highland & Island break.
Guided Day Walks
Make the most of your Hebridean holiday with one of our memorable guided day walks on Lewis and Harris. High mountains, wild coastlines, gentle machair rambles......we can do them all. We even run Tea Shop Safaris - easy going wildlife rambles, with a nice cafe thrown in!
The amazing wildlife of Scotland's west coast islands was featured in the acclaimed BBC documentary "Hebrides - Islands on the Edge". See below for a glimpse of some of our natural inhabitants....
And for a little more inspiration, you might want to look at this little video promoting the wildlife and landscapes of the Outer Hebrides:
Tel: 01851 820981
Mob: 07724 150015
2017 Programme Now Out!
Scotland's finest collection of island walking holidays, including trips to:
Mull & Iona;
For the full programme click HERE!
Find out what our clients think of Hidden Hebrides:
What they say......
Mick was guide for me two summers running on the Harris Hills. He provided a well organised, thoughtful yet informal guiding service.....Serious intent with lightest of touches! Besides his hill craft, he has a mine of local cultural knowledge. He's fun to be with and we had two great days out on the Harris hills.
Thank you so much, Mick, for such a fantastic day walking up Uisgnebhal Mor. We were so lucky with the light, the walk in, the views north, and just the drama of being in amongst the North Harris Hills. And an eagle – so I guess that’s ‘wild land’ proper! Losing the summit in mist was a shame for the views, but I was so impressed with the bivvy shelter – and your compass bearings down that ridge. Coming out under the cloud to the outlook over Luskentyre and Taransay was just magical. It was a challenging walk for me, and took me somewhere I wouldn’t attempt on my own.
Mick is a great guide for a walk and is very easy to get on with. His enthusiasm and depth of knowledge in conservation & ecology make for fascinating conversation, and for new discoveries around every corner.
Thank you so much for such a wonderful holiday. It's been a truly rewarding experience - to have covered such a variety of terrain and seen so much.The Stornoway lady I was sitting next to on the bus from Ullapool was most envious of our basking sharks!