Hebridean Sea Safari
A four-night adventure on the Scottish West Coast
(Sea adventure in Scottish Gaelic)
After nights of fine dining and surrounded by the wonders of Glenapp Castle and its estate, come on board the Glenapp boat to now explore the Hebridean islands and your adventure will continue. Your private chef will be on board and the professional crew will navigate you towards remote islands, coastal castles and distant inns. Enjoy lunch at one of the many famous seafood restaurants, before arriving at an island or beach where the Glenapp island concierge team will have prepared your luxury glamping in the wild. A well-deserved hot shower and a ‘dram’ before chef prepares a memorable dinner under the stars. This will be an adventure which few have experienced before.
Travelling between islands you will spot bountiful sea and bird life, or go ashore to the site of an ancient monastery, archaeological site, hidden castle garden, or whisky distillery. This will be your memorable and unique Glenapp sea safari.
For the first part of your adventure you might decide to take ‘Ripley’ the sea eagle with you. ‘Ripley’ has been trained aboard the boat to catch fish in the local waters. At 7 pounds and with a wing span of 7 feet she is a formidable hunter and can easily take fish up to 4 pounds in weight, one of the many raptors who visit Glenapp through our partnership with Elite Falconry.
Cameras ready, the Hebridean islands await.
Hebridean Sea Safari
Embarking on your journey into the Hebrides
Five day and four night adventure from £19,000 based on two guests.
Please contact a member of our team to help plan your bespoke sea safari adventure.
What our guests say
Glenapp’s powerful and comfortable boats whisked us off to a remote Hebridean ledge; no road, no running water, no electricity – and yet here we were in the lap of luxury with super-comfy beds, fully-functional bathrooms, resident chef and staff capable of everything from Bloody Marys for a pre-brekky kickstart to fabulous dinners and cocktails under the stars.Tripadvisor Review 2021