Rabbie's Trail Burners Ltd
Experts in small group tours, Rabbie’s promise to get you in touch with the people, places, history and legends of our country and deliver a unique and memorable experience to last a lifetime. Their local guides are your hosts; each hand-picked for their pride and passion for the areas they tour and dedicated to delivering outstanding travel experiences.
Small groups mean you can discover the real country, get off the beaten track and onto the back roads where other tours cannot go. More personal attention, more time with the locals, more time off the bus, more time on the back-roads and just more of an all-round memorable experience.
0131 226 3133
Islandscape Photography offer photography tours and workshops on the Isle of Mull and beyond. Join them for an unforgettable journey to capture the sublime quality of Hebridean light amid the stunning landscapes, seascapes, and cloudscapes of the Isle of Mull.
Islandscape Photography is the only provider of photography workshops and tours in Scotland to have been awarded four stars and graded as 'excellent' by VisitScotland. The tours are run by Isle of Mull photographer, Dr Sam Jones, who holds a Licentiateship of the Royal Photographic Society and was named RNLI Photographer of the Year in 2012.
Professional photographer Philip Price has been running courses for 6 years and has a wealth of experience at helping people to understand digital SLR cameras and take stunning wildlife photographs. The Loch Visions courses aim to help people to experience the joy and excitement of Scottish wildlife photography.
All Loch Visions wildlife experiences, photography holidays, tours, photography courses and images only feature wild animals in Scotland - no captive or semi-feral animals are used.
Isle of Mull Wildlife Expeditions
The Isle of Mull Wildlife Expeditions are led by one of Scotland's top wildlife guides, David Woodhouse. The Island of Mull is one of the most diverse wildlife destinations in the world and each trip is designed to maximise your chances of seeing a whole host of fascinating Hebridean wildlife.
You will not only see wonderful creatures in their spectacular natural habitats but you will also learn how to look and where to look for them. There are no set routes for the expeditions as the weather and current wildlife hotspots dictate the agenda for the day.
Torridon Sea Tours
Experience the breathtaking beauty and spectacular wildlife of Loch Torridon and the Hebridean Isles of Rona and the Shiants aboard the Seaflower. Departing daily from the picturesque village of Shieldaig in the North West Highlands, you are provided a safe and comfortable environment to enjoy nature at its very best.
Torridon Sea Tours provides relaxing evening tours to watch the sun set over the majestic Torridon mountains, a half-day tour around Loch Torridon to catch a glimpse of a resident sea eagle or a full-day adventure to one of Scotland’s most remote islands.
Turus Mara is a family-run business based on the Isle of Mull. Established in 1973, they have been running boat trips for 40 years. Turus Mara, which means ‘sea journey’, offers a cultural aspect to their cruises. One of few tourism businesses run by an indigenous family – part of the commentary will usually be in Gaelic, the original language of the West Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
Tours can be joined from Mull and Oban and run from Ulva Ferry on Mull to Staffa, The Treshnish Isles and Iona.
Outdoor Photography Gear
Outdoor Photography Gear is a UK-based manufacture and designer of quality affordable camera and lens protection. Their products and supplies are specifically designed for those involved in all aspects of outdoor wildlife photography.
Outdoor Photography Gear products have been designed in conjunction with wildlife photographer Neill Carden and tested around the world by both professional and amateur photographers, tour companies and those involved in surveillance operations.
The Royal Photographic Society
The Royal Photographic Society is an educational charity promoting both the art and science of photography. Membership is open to all, whatever level of experience or knowledge. No qualifications are required to join, just a passion and love for one or more of photography’s myriad of genres, technologies and applications.
By attending society events members enjoy unparalleled opportunities to share knowledge, meet and learn from other photographers, and to develop photographic interests and skills.
Glenloy Wildlife offers fully inclusive wildlife holidays in the spectacular West Highlands of Scotland. They are based in unspoilt Glen Loy, a short distance along the Great Glen from Fort William. Explore the stunning scenery and magnificent wildlife of Lochaber, from mountain to the sea.
All holidays are fully escorted in small groups and take in a combination of minibus tours and short walks. Accommodation is in Glenloy Lodge, an historic hunting lodge with stunning views over the Nevis Range. Pine martens visit every evening. Delicious home-cooked meals are provided, including a packed lunch.
Northshots is the home of award-winning nature and conservation photographer Peter Cairns. From their base in the Cairngorms National Park, Northshots offer a range of photo tours which extend to a number of other northern destinations.
They also offer top-notch stock images of wildlife, landscapes and topical conservation stories. Northshots online store carries a wide range of books, prints and other products featuring Peter Cairns' images.
Scottish Wildlife Trust
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has been protecting Scotland’s wildlife for almost 50 years.
With around 36,000 members across Scotland, the Scottish Wildlife Trust demonstrates the best in conservation techniques and manages a wide range of habitats on 120 wildlife reserves; champions the cause of wildlife, influences and campaigns for better wildlife-related policy and action; and inspires people to enjoy, discover and get involved with wildlife through education and engagement programmes.
0131 312 7765
Ducks at Aberlady
Nestled in Aberlady, a small conservation village in the heart of East Lothian, Ducks has endeavoured to enhance the Kilspindie House into a restaurant for all to enjoy. The coastal location makes them the perfect accommodation for golfers, bird watchers and walkers who love food.
Ducks offers fine dining with white linen and candles, a seasonal á la carte menu including seafood, steaks, lobster and an award-winning wine list. Whether enjoying a family meal, an intimate dinner for 2, or a large celebration, Ducks pride themselves in creating an enjoyable dining experience