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All reviews highest waterfall great trip kylesku hotel homemade shortbread local geology surrounding mountains bird life on the rocks spent almost two hours enjoyable trip saw seals langoustines geological formations informative commentary amazing wildlife james
James and Pete take you on a fabulous tour of the loch, which is in itself spectacular. Huge mountains rising up above the clear water which on a clear day throw the most amazing reflections. Seals lazing on the rock islands watch as you sail...More
Did this trip whilst staying at the Kylesku Hotel. Really fun boat trip. The waterfall looked amazing - it had rained big style the previous day. Loads of wildlife too.
The two guys running the trip were fun, informative and professional.
We both enjoyed this...More
James and David are perfect hosts on this scenic tour of the loch. They provide lots of information on the history, geology, animal life and have great in depth local knowledge. Plus they fun and chatty too! The half eY point of the tour is...More
Great 1 1/2 trip to the highest waterfall in the UK.
James and David where most informative about the many seals we saw and about the mussel farms, the local history and the geological formations.
Well worth the cost and many thanks for the lovely...More
Simple and easy to arrange, book at the Kylesku hotel to arrange a very interesting hour and a half boat trip. James and David give an informative commentary throughout the trip, which began with looking at the newly born seals and mothers as we moved...More
Enjoyed the short 90 minute boat trip on a fabulous afternoon. The times of the trips are different to those advertised on the web site, so it’s worth checking by phone or calling in. They hotel emailed us to see if we could make an...More
James and David took us for an informative tour round the loch in their wee boat the Rachael Clare. Spotted several seals and newborn pups - amazing! Also the highest waterfall in the UK. Good knowledge of local geology and fishing industry. Generally nice, knowledgeable...More