TRAVEL: SCOTLAND: ACTIVITY: NOMAD DESTINATION GUIDE by Micaela Walker
Billy bringing in lobsters on his boat in Skerray Harbour ©Micaela Walker; CLICK ON THE GOLD ARROW BELOW FOR THE NEXT SLIDE
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  ACTIVITY:
Don’t wait for a perfect sunny day to enjoy the outdoors -Just go out no matter the weather. You will acclimate quickly if you are properly dressed. Scotland has what’s called the Right to Roam, which means you can walk nearly anywhere you want to.

LUX:
Tour Skye and the Inner Hebrides in a gorgeous yacht.

LOCAL:
Boat ride to Roan and Neave on the North Coast.
Hire a boat at Skerray Harbour on the north coast to take you out fishing and have them drop you off on the islands of Roan and Neave to do some exploring. Roan was inhabited for decades after the highland clearances and the ruins of the houses still stand there. On the north side of the island are incredible rock formations that jut out of the sea. You may even see some sunbathing seals.
Then head over to Neave, a place full of glorious wildflowers you won’t see anyplace else in Scotland, mainly because it is one of the few places where sheep don’t graze. Bring a picnic lunch and sit on the perfect little sandy beach you will have all to yourself.


Micaela Walker
2014