H O W T O F I N D U S
55miles north of Inverness Ullapool can be accessed directly by bus or by ferry. Our nearest airport is Inverness and closes train station is garve 30miles south of us. Click here for transport options to Ullapool
To reach Achiltibuie there is a regular bus service with DE coaches, you can find the timetable here
If you prefer to make your own way to us we have directions listed below. For taxi and rental hire there are the following options; Ullapool Taxi services 07517612619 / Lochbroom Filling Station offers car hire.
C A N O E A D V E N T U R E S
Below are a list of our most used meeting points for canoe adventures. Occasionally, we might head somewhere else in which case we will be in contact within 24 hours of your trip to share directions to alternate directions.
1. Main Canoe meeting point: Stac Pollaidh Car Park, Loch Lurgainn
Meeting in the Stac Pollaidh car park we will venture into nearby Loch Lurgainn for a days adventure. On windier days we might choose to shuttle our cars which allows us to choose an easier downwind journey.
2. Suilven by canoe meeting point: Elphin Tea Rooms
For our overnight canoe adventures to Suilven we like to meet in the Elphin tearooms where we will discuss our upcoming journey over an excellent cup of tea or coffee, always a great way to start the day.
S E A K A Y A K A D V E N T U R E S
Below are a list of our most used meeting points for kayak adventures. Occasionally, we might head somewhere else in which case we will be in contact within 24 hours of your trip to share directions to alternate directions.
1. Main Kayak Meeting Point: Badentarbat Bay, Achiltibuie
When the weather allows we like to meet on the wide open shores of Badentarbat beach. Looking out to Tanera Mor Island, this is the perfect point to set out into the Summer Isles for a days exploring or multi-night adventure.
2. Old Dornie Harbour meeting point
Old Dornie harbour is a sheltered place to begin our kayak adventures. Just a few hundred metres from Isle Ristol we are right beside some fantastic sandy beaches, caves, arches and islands.
3. Isle Martin meeting point: Ardmair Bay.
Isle Martin is just over a kilometre from our meeting point on Ardmair bay. The spacious roadside lay-by gives plenty of parking space as we venture out to explore the island.
4. Oldany Island meeting point: Culkein Drumbeag.
Our most northerly frequented destination, Oldany island is a little further afield. However don’t let this put you off as we enjoy the chance to explore Scotland’s very own miniature Caribbean. Shallow sandy bays, Seals galore and its sheltered islands are a perfect option whatever the weather.