The Isle of Harris

Perhaps confusingly, Harris is part of the same landmass as Lewis but we have a distinct identity of our own. This is a place of mesmerising contrasts – the highest mountains in the Outer Hebrides with deep glens of pure silent wildness in the north, the sparkling seas and flawless beaches of West Harris and the intricate bays and inlets of the east coast of the island, so rugged and elemental, yet gentle and welcoming.

From our base in the picturesque main village of Tarbert, the Heart of the Hebrides, which sits in the narrow strip of land between the Minch and the Atlantic, we will take you to the most beautiful places and to view wild birds and creatures in their natural habitat.

Luskentyre Point and the North Harris hills from Horgabost
A contrast in landscape at Mol Ban on the East side of Harris