Adventures In Isle of Skye – Scotland

If you are planning to take your family on a long vacation and you are looking for a new and unique place to create memories, then you may want to consider going to the Isle of Skye in Scotland. The Island of Skye is located off the west coast of the mainland, and is also the largest. It is known for its natural beauty and wildlife, especially its long history. If you are looking for a long adventurous mountain trekking with your family then the Cuillin Hills, the Red Hills and the Blaven are good places to start.

And if you will be going to Cuillin Hills then you might as well drop by and check the Fairy Pools which can be found there. The Fairy Pools is a series of crystal clear, cold pools and waterfalls surrounded by the breath-taking beauty of the rock formations carved by the falling waters. Some would advice to visit the pools after the rainy season so that the river will look more fresh than dry.

Fairy Pools in the Isle of Skye Scotland

Fairy Pools in the Isle of Skye Scotland

Wildlife in the island is also abundant. Birds from the miniature Goldcrest to the great Golden Eagle and mammals like the Pygmy Shrew and the Red Deer would surely pick your children’s interest. And if you are lucky, you and your family may even catch a glimpse of the playful otters on the shore. Accommodations should not be a problem. The mainland adjacent to it offers a lot of options to travelers whether it is for one night and breakfast or a long vacation in a croft house, cottage or even a caravan.

The experience that you and your family will get in the island will definitely be memorable. Who knows, you may even find yourself returning to the island soon and exploring the other aspects of the island.

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24 Responses to Adventures In Isle of Skye – Scotland

  1. chrisair says:

    what great view full of purple, love it

  2. whoa! is there realy a place with violet trees like that? amazing! or this is photoshopped? scotland is one of my many travel destinations to visit in the near future 🙂 thanks for the tips Stay gorgeous! Earthlingorgeous

  3. RonLeyba says:

    Scotland is one fine place. They have great natural beauty and scenery.

  4. Mom Michelle says:

    That is a very nice place. 🙂

  5. kath says:

    it’s so beautiful! very whimsical 😀

  6. Wow! The lavender colored trees are mesmerizing! I wish I can save enough for a family trip to Europe!

  7. Inigo Boy says:

    Oh wow! Nice place! The color is quite interesting!

  8. if i have the means i would love to visit this place with my family.. its so close to paradise 🙂

  9. jellybelly says:

    Wow! That looks like a really magical place!

  10. kat says:

    Love the colors. I wish I can visit this place someday.

  11. January says:

    wow! breathtaking view. I wish I can visit that place..:)

  12. reese says:

    the trees are purple?
    lovely vista!

  13. Daddy Allan says:

    Nice scenery. Looks like just a painting. I wish I could travel here too.

  14. Olga says:

    The Fairy Pools are so enchanting! I am saving for future travels with the family but I doubt whether we’d be able to save enough to go to Scotland. It would be wonderful though to be able to go there.

  15. Chan says:

    It’s like a fairytale in here! WOW

    Pretty Gorgeous Kikay

  16. Gelo says:

    that looks amazing, hope someday i could visit that place too!

  17. Yhey Garcia says:

    Wow, does look like a wonderful place to visit. Lucky you, you can afford to go to international locations! I do hope so in the future that I can do the same as well. 😀

  18. aby says:

    purple trees for real? omg! this is really a nice place

  19. Vera says:

    I do hope to see this beautiful place some day. Scotland. Sigh. 🙂

  20. leira says:

    love the purple trees!! whimsical indeed!

  21. Khim says:

    WAAAA!! 😀 I love purple. THat’s why I want to go to that place.

  22. rachelle says:

    wow! Schottland (in German)! though i don’t like trekking, it seems it will be worth the energy if you see such a breath taking scenery!

  23. Friedmylittlebrain says:

    I hate to burst anyone’s bubble here but the photo is fake and has indeed been photoshopped, furthermore is not in Scotland but is in fact New Zealand, the rocks and the light shade of grey is not what you would expect to see in Scotland either, trust me – I’m Scottish & I live here! Don’t be disappointed, the Fairy Pools are indeed beautiful & worthy of a visit and far more more glorious than a faked pic.

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