Dolphin Watching with Ecoventures in the Highlands
Dolphin Watching with Ecoventures in the Highlands

Dolphin Watching with Ecoventures in the Highlands

Ever wanted to get up close and personal with some of the Highlands’ marine life? Ecoventures are determined to provide every visitor with the most memorable wildlife encounter they can get. The small, friendly team of staff at Ecoventures made it possible for the company to be voted the best visitor attraction in the Highlands and Islands in 2016, making it a definite destination for visitors in the area to check out!

Where can I see Dolphins in the Highlands?

Ecoventures hosts boat tours and operates from the scenic historical town of Cromarty in the Highlands, which lies at the eastern tip of the Black Isle. At a whopping age of over 700 years old, Cromarty is considered to be one of the best-preserved historical towns in Scotland.

If you need any other reason to visit the Highlands, just think of the beautiful scenery. There’s always something new to see in the Scottish Highlands so why not take the family and make a weekend getaway of it? Ecoventures offers a variety of different boat tours for its visitors to take part in, such as:

  • Wildlife Watch tour – Exhilarating 2-hour long journey which shows off the scenery and history of the Moray Firth. If visitors are lucky, they might spot the local colony of Bottlenose Dolphins. £40 per adult and £32 per child (aged 5-12)
  • Skippered Charters – Hire out a boat exclusively for your family and friends. This trip can be used to celebrate in style no matter the occasion! (Maximum of 12 people, prices usually quoted as an hourly rate)
  • Film and Photography Charters – Visitors can use this option if they would like to use one of Ecoventure’s boats to capture footage and photography of the breathtaking marine wildlife that can be found in the area.

 

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