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Western Isles Guide

The Western Isles is mad up of a group of islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the beautiful Northwest coast of Scotland. These islands are: The Isle of Harris, The Isle of Lewis, Benbecula, Barra and South Uist. The Islands are also known as the 'Outer Hebrides' or officially called, by the Gaelic name, 'Na h-Eileanan Siar'. The oceanic climate and position of the Western Isles gives an unusual selection of wildlife. Rare birds are sighted almost daily making it a great location for people who have a love for birds and nature, regular visitors of which include Iceland Gulls, Glaucous Gulls, Snowy Owls and White-tailed Eagles just to name a few.

The Western Isles are accessed from mainland Scotland by both ferries and airplanes. With both being dependent on good weather the Islands are most often cut off in winter. The population of the Western Isles is approximately 26,500, of these an estimated 12,000 adults have home Internet access.


Scotland is packed with stunning countryside views, steaped in history and proud of its many traditions.
There really is something for everyone in Scotland and the BEST way to get the full experience is by camping.
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