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""There were lots of wonderful moments, from watching the Pine Martens from the hide, to Otters fishing, seeing whales and dolphins playing, all wild and untamed. We were able to see a wonderful slice of Scottish wildlife, thanks to our fantastic guides and their knowledge of the area. The Steading was a cosy and welcoming place to come back to every evening. I would recommend Speyside Wildlife to anyone wanting to have a wildlife adventure - great value for money too!"
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Dusk Watches

In Speyside, in the Cairngorms National Park and looking for a wildlife watching experience with the chance to see Pine Marten, Badger, Red and Roe Deer and more? Come and enjoy our famous dusk wildlife, in the comfort of a purpose built warm hide on the Rothiemurchus Estate, with one of our professional wildlife guides!


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Costs £25.00 per adult (discounted price £20.00 if booked on-line)
£15.00 per child 8-14yrs (discounted price £10.00 if booked on-line)
Not suitable for children under 8yrs
Exclusive £275.00 per evening (discounted price £225.00 if booked on-line)

Times Our hide is available nightly from Easter to October and can be booked on an exclusive basis or as part of a group throughout this period. From November to Easter we operate on a reduced number of nights each week for either exclusive use or parties of 2 people or more.

Prebooking is essential. If you wish to book last minute places at the weekend, please telephone the Rothiemurchus Centre on 01479 812345 before 5.30pm. They will be able to advise you of space available and complete a booking for you.

The start times of the experience vary with the seasons. In the height of summer we don't start until 9.00pm, whereas during the winter the meeting time will be around 6.00pm.
Group Maximum 12 people in the hide
Insects Biting midges can occur during the summer months.
Access There is a 5 minute walk on a wide sandy track from the meeting point to the hide. Car access can be arranged in advance for those with limited mobility. The door to the hide is wide enough for wheelchair access with a ramp up to it. Seating in the hide is at viewing level through large picture windows.
Clothing Warm, non-rustling, subdued outdoor clothing and walking boots or shoes are preferable. Advice on the "how to do it" of wildlife watching is provided on confirmation of booking
Location A meeting point map and timing of the visit is also provided on confirmation of booking.
Please be aware that there are no toilet facilities whilst in the hide so apologies, no comfort breaks during the watch. There are however conveniences very near to the meeting point and the guide will point these out to you prior to walking up to the hide.
Photos Excellent photographic opportunities for exclusive users. Some incidental photography opportunities at other times. Please note that flash photography is not permitted.


 

         

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CAIRNGORMS NATIONAL PARK BRAND - Increasing quality whilst reducing impact

We've been granted use of this Brand by the Cairngorms National Park Authority. This is only given to those businesses who have agreed to a set of quality standards in respect of their visitor experience, together with a commitment to reducing their impact on the natural environment.


VISIT SCOTLAND - Quality Assurance Scheme - Wildlife Experience

Speyside Wildlife is one of 40 wildlife businesses to be assessed under Visit Scotland's pilot scheme for Wildlife Experiences achieving 4 Star status for our day tours. Watch out for the designation throughout Scotland. We were delighted to receive our letter of confirmation from Visit Scotland so thought we'd share some of it with you here, ''Thank you for participating in the pilot of the new Wildlife Experience Designator within our Quality Assurance Scheme for visitor attractions. Your feedback and contribution to the introduction of this new development has been invaluable and we would like to welcome you as a new member of the Quality Assurance Grading Scheme".


WILD SCOTLAND - Scotland's Wildlife Tourism Association

Wild Scotland is Scotland's Wildlife and Nature-based Tour Operators' Association - a group of wildlife professionals who are all committed to delivering a first class wildlife-watching experience to their guests. Members provide a wide range of wildlife attractions and holidays throughout Scotland from birdwatching to whale-watching and from boat trips to land safaris. We have been involved in the association from its conception and have worked with Visit Scotland on the new accreditation scheme for the industry.


ATOL PROTECTED

The air holidays and flights are ATOL Protected, since we hold an Air Travel Organiser's Licence granted by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is ATOL 4259. In the unlikely event of our insolvency, the CAA will ensure that you are not stranded abroad and will arrange to refund any money you have paid to us for an advance booking. For further information, visit the ATOL website at www.atol.org.uk.

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