Tour Information

  • Times

    12pm & 2pm Daily
    (subject to tides & weather)

  • Duration

    1 hour 45 minutes

  • Departure

    Slipway outside the Kylesku Hotel

  • Passengers

    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 persons

  • Price

    Adult: £25
    Child: £18 (5yrs-16yrs)

Daily tours during April to September, or by appointment.

Please ensure to book for all tours in advance on 01971 502 231.
On the morning of departure, please confirm by phone. All trips are are subject to Highland Weather and Tides.

What to expect

We offer an informal, gentle cruise up the scenic waters of Lochs Glendhu and Glencoul.

Learn about the otherworldly creatures living below the waves and the techniques and tools used to get them from the Loch to the plate.

Experience up close colonies of grey and common seals who call Kylesku home. Learn a little about their lives and watch them in the WILD.

Keen a keen eye out for the abundance of bird life thriving in and around the Lochs. Watch as they swoop and dive to catch a fishy treat.

Take in the majestic Eas a Chual Aluinn, the UK’s highest waterfall from its best vantage point, learn the myth about its name.

Get a taste of Highland life with the interesting stories and anecdotes about locals both past and present.

Finally, before dropping off at the Kylesku Hotel for some food and drinks, see the award winning and beautiful Kylesku Bridge, back dropped by the beautiful local mountain Quinag.

Please remember to book all tours and confirm on the day of departure on 01971 502 231

  • See ‘Eas a' Chual Aluinn’, the highest waterfall in the UK.
  • Sightings of our local seal colonies (and pups).
  • World famous geological sites in the heart of the Geopark.
  • An abundance of potential wildlife sightings.
  • Learn the local history in a fun and informal setting.

Don't forget to bring

  • Camera
  • Rain Coat
  • Binoculars
  • Warm Clothing
  • A sense of adventure

Feedback

Really enjoyed the leisurely cruise out on the loch. Alison was great and provided lots of interesting info on the birdlife, marine life and the geology of the area. Highly recommended.

Petejmw

This was a great little boat trip for a couple of hours from the slipway opposite the Kylesku Hotel (great for a beer and a snack after your trip). Very informative talk on the boat and saw lots of seals etc but the real bonus was seeing 4 yes 4 Golden Eagles circling over the boat. Highly Recommended.

Rich B

This is a fantastic boat trip on Loch Glencoul, leaving from the slipway outside the Kylesku Hotel. Our children (9 &11) got to handle live lobsters, crabs and starfish hauled up in the kreels. We saw porpoises come really close to the boat and watched seals basking on the rocks. The biggest thrill for us was fishing for mackerel. We pulled dozens up, sometimes 3-4 on the line and we got to take away as many as we wanted. Neil and Alison were brilliant, with excellent communication before and knowledgeable and enthusiastic during the trip. It was well worth the money and we would thoroughly recommend it. Top it off with a meal at the Kylesku.