Weave your way through the rugged beauty of the ethereal Knoydart peninsula on this four day SUP expedition.
Venturing deep into the heart of one of the only areas left in Britain that's inaccessible by car, you'll completely disconnect from the world and get back to nature.
Glide across tranquil lochs as you take in the cinematic mountainscape. Then, as the sun dips, climb ashore and camp in the wild - a true taste of off-grid living.
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Over the course of four days, explore the splendour of the Scottish highlands on your very own paddleboard. Starting at Loch Morar - a glittering freshwater lake - you'll journey to the Knoydart peninsula sleeping amidst the wilderness every night.
After coffee and lunch in Morar- a quaint coastal village - to get you set up for the day, take to the water and paddleboard across beautiful Loch Morar. Then, as dusk falls, pitch up for your first night of wild camping.
Wake up refreshed with a full day of paddleboarding ahead of you. Explore the moody charm of the Highlands landscape as make your way to mythical Loch Ness. Then, head on to the shores of Loch Nevis for another night of wild camping.
Today, it's on to Knoydart itself - sandwiched between Loch Nevis and Loch Hourn. Enjoy panoramic views - along with a well-earned drink in a tradition pub once you arrive. Tonight, there's the option of either wild camping, or a cosy B&B.
Though you pack away your paddleboard today, you'll still get once last chance to take in the awe-inspiring sites as you enjoy a boat ride through the wilderness to Mallaig port, where your trip ends.