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Alladale Wilderness Reserve

From Inverness to the remote Alladale Wilderness Reserve where we shall witness the Red Deer rut from the comfort of exquisite Alladale Lodge. We shall visit some of the best wildlife watching spots in the northern Scottish Highlands in search of Bottlenose Dolphins, Golden and White-tailed Eagles and Otters.

"Arriving at the lodge for a welcome cup of tea, to then see two wild red stags peering in the windows. An Otter swimming to a rock and pausing briefly to eat his catch. Wonderful scenery and sunsets. Seeing Wildcats being bred for release. Being in the heart of a rewilding area and learning all about the 200 year strategy. Having the lodge to ourselves - no need for locks, being trusted to turn the lights off and shut the front door before retiring. Being able to come down in the night to get a coffee or tea. Just a perfect setting" Jane Nickerson, 2021


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Date
Cost
Availability
Deposit
Single Supp
05 Oct - 12 Oct 2024
£3425.00
2 Spaces
£685.00
£275.00

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LeaderSally Nowell and an Alladale Ranger

Day 1Meet at our hotel in time for dinner - 1 night North Kessock Hotel, outskirts of Inverness.
Day 2Visit local Inverness Reserve and on to the Black Isle, before heading to Alladale - 5 nights Alladale Lodge, Sutherland.
Day 3Spend time exploring Alladale Reserve by Land Rover.
Days 4-6Explore the Sutherland and north west coast wildlife watching.
Day 7Leave Alladale travelling to Invernes, via Glenmorangie Distillery - 1 night North Kessock Hotel, outskirts of Inverness.
Day 8We say our farewells.

WeatherDuring a typical week in autumn we would expect to experience mixed sun and showers, with temperatures in the range 5-25ºC. It can be wet and windy or we can be lucky and have lovely warm weather, warm layers including an effective waterproof jacket and trousers are advised. Hats and gloves are also recommended.
WalkingWe shall take regular but short walks, generally on easy tracks over even ground, but occasionally on rougher paths of between 1-5 miles. Walking boots are strongly recommended. Bring walking poles if you think these would be helpful.
MealsAll included from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast on Day 8.
InsectsUnlikely to be a problem at this time of year.
AccomDouble, twin and single rooms all ensuite.
Group9