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Hebridean Island Hopping Adventure

Hebridean Adventure

Hebridean Island Hopping Adventure

Design your own Island Hopping Adventure to the Outer Hebrides - our most remote and westerly island destination.  It's a magical trip to Scotland's Atlantic edge, rich in heritage and a warm island welcome is guaranteed.

Our Hebridean Island Hopping Adventure ticket allows you to travel once, in either direction, between: 

Oban - Castlebay (Barra)

Barra - Eriskay (South Uist)

Berneray - Leverburgh (Harris)

Stornoway (Lewis)  - Ullapool

Set sail from Oban - the aptly named Gateway to the Isles, bound for beautiful Barra.  Barra is famed for its beauty. As you arrive aboard the ferry, you can't miss Kisimul - the castle in the sea. After you've explored Barra in the south, you can travel along this unique set of interconnected, yet diverse islands, right through to Lewis in the north - famed for its 5,000 year old standing stones at Callanish. The route follows the path of The Hebridean Way - through Eriskay - home of the famous Whisky Galore story, South Uist and North Uist with their striking white beaches and wildlife, and Harris, home of the world famous Harris Tweed.

Top Tips

  • Booking is essential for our island hopping adventures. 

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Buy Tickets

Pop in to or call, the following locations:

Oban Tourshop

Ferry Terminal

Oban

PA34 4LW

Tel: +44 (0)1631 562 244 

Fort William Tour Shop

Railway Station

Fort William

PH33 6EN

Tel: +44 (0)1397 705 285

Ullapool Port Office

Shore Street

Ullapool

IV26 2UR

Tel: +44 (0)1854 330304

Dates and times

Daily 30 March, 2018 - 21 October 2018.

Price

For £30.90 per adult and £143.00 per car - length restrictions apply.

Charges apply to all vehicles.  Bicycles are free. All cyclists especially groups, are advised to either contact the port of departure, or call us direct on 0800 066 5000 or +44 1475 650397 (for international customers) before the day of travel to check availability of bicycle space.

 

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