Nature safaris around Loch Ewe in the northwest Scottish Highlands
Take a safari with us in 2022 to discover the natural environment and biodiversity of the Loch Ewe area.
What will you discover on your Wild Ewe safari? Red squirrels, otters, red deer or pine martens? White-tailed sea eagles, waders or crossbills? Dragonflies and damselflies? Rare lichens, mosses, orchids or fungi? Whatever your interest in the natural world and whether you're a beginner or experienced wildlife watcher, the diverse habitats around the Loch Ewe area have something for everyone.
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We are based in the little village of Poolewe in Wester Ross in the northwest Highlands of Scotland. We run safaris around the Loch Ewe area, shown on the map.
There are a variety of habitats including marine, coastal, moorland and forest, with different flora and fauna associated with each, so there is plenty to see.
All our safaris are walking safaris. The best way to get up close to nature is on foot, but you don't have to be a super-fit explorer - some of our safaris just involve sitting quietly and observing. Our shortest walking safari is just one hour on flat, tarred paths. For those who are a bit more adventurous we have safaris up to a day long exploring the wilds off the beaten track.