Wild Harris

Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, HS3 3DJ

Type:Kayaking

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We are experienced mountain leaders, sea kayakers and wildlife observers, holding a range of outdoor qualifications. We will show you what Harris is all about. If you have not got long on the island and you want to do more than just scratch the surface, we can help.Wild Harris specialises in showcasing the amazing wild land, coast and wildlife on this beautiful Hebridean Island. We offer bespoke guided wildlife and wilderness walks, sea kayaking, snorkel safaris and mountain bike guiding.  

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Awards

  • Visit BritainWe're Good To Go We're Good To Go 2020
  • Other AwardsOuter Hebrides Tourism Member Outer Hebrides Tourism Member 2020
  • Other AwardsWTTC Safe Travels WTTC Safe Travels 2021

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)
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Season (26 Apr 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)
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Monday - Saturday10:00 - 18:00

What's Nearby

  1. The first distillery in Harris has opened it's doors. The Harris Distillery is a working…

    0.1 miles away
  2. Designed by John R. Coleman Architects, it occupies a strategic position in Tarbert,…

    0.11 miles away
  1. Ardhasaig Glass & Arts – Embroidered Art, Gifts, Souvenirs and Clothing, many…

    1.95 miles away
  2. Situated at the foot of the southern slopes of the North Harris mountains, the remains of…

    2.69 miles away
  3. The Clò-Mòr or Harris Tweed exhibition in Drinshader Harris, exhibits Harris Tweed…

    3.43 miles away
  4. Caolas Gallery is situated in Cleur in the Isle of Harris.  We specialise in framed…

    3.87 miles away
  5. Scalpay Bridge opened in 1997 and was designed by Halcrow Crouch. It replaced a bow…

    4.22 miles away
  6. The Old Manse, now Two Harbours Guest House, is built on the site of the house Prince…

    4.26 miles away
  7. Flowering moorland plant that sets the moors alight in June and July.

    4.42 miles away
  8. A medium sized moor land wader with a short bill dark underparts and golden upperparts

    4.42 miles away
  9. The Porpoise is our most common cetacean.

    4.52 miles away
  10. Black and white seabird with bright orange legs.

    4.52 miles away
  11. Large eagle species found mainly in coastal areas

    4.52 miles away
  12. The mountain hare is about twice the size of a rabbit with much longer hind legs and a…

    4.54 miles away
  13. An unmistakable mammal perfectly adapted to living in the water.

    4.78 miles away
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