Things To Do


Calums Seal Trips

Our seal trips offer a unique experience. Unlike other operators, we don’t promise seal sightings on every trip because nature is unpredictable. However, if you don’t see seals, your trip is free—a guarantee we stand by.

As the longest-running boat trip operator in Skye & Lochalsh, we understand that seals may not always be present. Factors like high tide or disturbances from canoes can affect their visibility. But rest assured, you’ll receive a warm welcome from our experienced crew, who provide insightful commentary suitable for all ages.

Weather permitting, the Sula Bheag sails daily from spring to October’s end. Please note, while parking payment is invited, it’s not mandatory. Join us for an adventure on the water, where nature’s wonders await discovery.

10 Mins drive from Coillemore House in Plockton

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Seaprobe Atlantis

Seaprobe Atlantis offers a one-of-a-kind marine experience in the UK, voted ‘Best Wildlife Experience in the UK’ by the Daily Telegraph. This unique vessel allows passengers of all ages to explore underwater wonders without getting wet while also enjoying the scenic beauty above the waves. Located in the Marine Special Area of Conservation at Loch Alsh, Seaprobe Atlantis provides unparalleled underwater views and a full marine experience.

Passengers can observe a variety of marine life, including seals, seabirds, fish, jellyfish, starfish, crabs, urchins, anemones, and otters. There are also opportunities to see porpoises, dolphins, and occasionally whales. Seaprobe Atlantis combines exceptional underwater and surface wildlife viewing, making it a memorable adventure.

10 Mins drive from Coillemore House in Kyleakin

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Highland Coo Tours

Highland Coo walkthrough tours are available from The Croft Cafe in Duirnish

Experience the charm of Scotland’s Highland cows with guided walkthrough tours that offer an immersive and educational adventure. These tours provide visitors with the unique opportunity to interact closely with these iconic and gentle creatures in their natural environment.

Led by a knowledgeable guide, participants learn about the history, behavior, and significance of Highland cows in Scottish culture while strolling through picturesque landscapes. From their distinctive shaggy coats to their majestic horns, visitors gain insight into the characteristics that make Highland cows so beloved.

10 Mins drive from Coillemore House in Duirnish

Visit Facebook group for tickets and avaialbility

Scenic Coastal Train Trip

The scenic train journey from Kyle of Lochalsh to Strathcarron offers a captivating glimpse of the Scottish Highlands. Covering a distance of about 15 miles (23 km) in an average of 44 minutes, this route is a feast for the eyes. The train traverses through rugged landscapes, sweeping past lochs, hills, and verdant countryside. With tickets starting at just £8.40 when booked in advance, this journey is both affordable and unforgettable.

There are usually four trains per day, providing ample opportunities to experience this picturesque route. Upon arrival in Strathcarron, you can take a brief 1.5-minute sprint across the bridge to catch the return train, ensuring a seamless round trip. Alternatively, start at Plockton station and disembark at Duncraig Castle, then enjoy a leisurely walk back to Plockton along the coastal path. This journey offers a perfect blend of scenic beauty and Highland charm.

10 Mins drive from Coillemore House in Kyle of Lochalsh

See Scotrail for times and prices