Begin your adventure with a guided wildlife safari through Morar looking out for Scotland's most iconic species. From here you will travel by boat to Scotland's last true wilderness, Knoydart peninsula.

You will then spend three or four days navigating breath-taking mountains to the North coast of the peninsula on horseback stopping at exquisite isolated beaches and tiny seascape settlements watching out for marine life along the way. This coastal journey is a scenic and culinary feast, offering the chance to enjoy some of the most remote and wild dining experiences in Scotland.

This unique trip includes a sunset supper during a spectacular boat trip where you will learn about the landscape and legends of the area. You can also include a bushcraft experience day where you will learn to gather wild food, make shelter, start a fire and even whittle your own cooking tools. Rare coral beaches, stunning island views and a surprise or two at the end of the road, a truly authentic wild experience of a lifetime.

"The call of the wild. The will of the herd. The thunder of hooves. The pound of your heart."

Three or four days exploring the wilds and wonders of Knoydart and Morar – by safari, horseback, boat and foot

Day 1 – Journey with Wild West on a Wildlife watching safari as you transfer from Fort William to Mallaig. Hop aboard the boat to join Wilder Ways on the remote peninsula of Knoydart for a day of wild horse riding. Dine at Doune Dining before heading to The Gathering for a restful sleep.

Day 2 – Start your day with a full day ride and picnic with Wilder Ways before heading for a locally grown and sourced meal at The Road’s End Café.  Join Minch Adventures for a sunset boat tour and fishing trip before heading to The Gathering to dream of your day in the wild.

Day 3 – Discover more of Knoydart on horseback with Wilder Ways and stop off for lunch at The Road End Café. Return to The Gathering for dinner, a rest and a sleep.

Day 4 – Head off on a day of wild living with Wildwood Bushcraft and learn traditional skills such as foraging, whittling tools for cooking, fire lighting, preparing fish and making bannock bread

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