Enjoy walking and whiskey on Scotland’s Argyll Peninsula and four small islands

Hikes on this tour of Scotland’s Argyll Peninsula and islands are three to five miles long.
(Wilderness Scotland)

Discover the Argyll Peninsula and four islands of western Scotland on a six-night tour that includes daily guided hikes linking prehistoric sites, nature reserves and whiskey distilleries.

Highlights include a chartered boat ride to the remote island of Jura; a detour to view the Corryvreckan whirlpool, the third-largest in the world; and two nights on the Isle of Islay, known for its eight whiskey distilleries and coastal landscapes.

Walks average three to five miles a day.

Dates: Departures May 19, Aug. 18 and Sept. 8. Availability may be limited.


Price: About $2,400 per person. Includes accommodations in small hotels, most meals, transportation, and distillery tour and tasting. International airfare not included.

Info: Wilderness Scotland, (866) 740-3890


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