The islands not linked by causeway or bridge can be travelled to by ferry service and this means all islands in the archipego are inter-linked.
Caledonian Macbrayne offer this ferry service. and there are small car ferries linking Leverburgh, Harris with Berneray in North Uist and Eriskay, South Uist with Ardmhor, Barra.
These ferries are a great place to watch for wildlife, in particular the ferries are points on the Bird of Prey Trail, so look out for white-tailed eagles who are often seen perched on low lying islands and skerries!
Caledonian MacBrayne ferries in the Outer Hebrides operate a pet friendly policy meaning your furry friends are welcome to accompany you when take the ferry.
****Good news for travellers using these ferrries, prices have been reduced considerably on these routes!****
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