Scottish Island Hopping

Scottish Island Hopping

Scotland for Island Hopping

Scotland for Island Hopping

We can charter a boat that allows you to sail around the Scottish coast, and even island hop on the various groups of Scottish islands. 

We can charter a boat that allows you to sail around the Scottish coast, and even island hop on the various groups of Scottish islands. 

Your Travel Experience Can Include

  • Scotland for Island Hopping
  • Inner Hebrides: The Inner Hebrides has more to offer than the beauty of Skye or the distilleries of Islay. With our expert guides, you can take boat to visit the ancient abbey in Iona, see puffins in their natural habitat in the Treshnish Isles, or hike to George Orwell’s home in Jura. (Naturally we can arrange B&Bs along the way).
  • Outer Hebrides: In Lewis, Scottish Links Tours can arrange a private tour of one of the three mills that produce Harris Tweed. From such mills you can select bolts of tweed that can be taken to your preferred tailor or to one recommended by Scottish Links Tours for bespoke articles of clothing of exceptional quality. If you choose to add on St. Kilda, our expert guides can teach you about a vanished way of life on this no longer inhabited island. 
  • Orkney and Shetland: On the Isles of Orkney and Shetland, you will discover a completely different culture than the rest of Scotland, due to the strong Scandinavian influence. For that reason, our local expert guides can privately show you the Viking longhouses in Unst or arrange a private visit to the Ring of Brogdar at sunrise
  • Inner Hebrides: The Inner Hebrides has more to offer than the beauty of Skye or the distilleries of Islay. With our expert guides, you can take boat to visit the ancient abbey in Iona, see puffins in their natural habitat in the Treshnish Isles, or hike to George Orwell’s home in Jura. (Naturally we can arrange B&Bs along the way).
  • Outer Hebrides: In Lewis, Scottish Links Tours can arrange a private tour of one of the three mills that produce Harris Tweed. From such mills you can select bolts of tweed that can be taken to your preferred tailor or to one recommended by Scottish Links Tours for bespoke articles of clothing of exceptional quality. If you choose to add on St. Kilda, our expert guides can teach you about a vanished way of life on this no longer inhabited island. 
  • Orkney and Shetland: On the Isles of Orkney and Shetland, you will discover a completely different culture than the rest of Scotland, due to the strong Scandinavian influence. For that reason, our local expert guides can privately show you the Viking longhouses in Unst or arrange a private visit to the Ring of Brogdar at sunrise