A Visit To The Alladale Wilderness Reserve In The Highlands September 2020





We were very lucky indeed on our recent Birdwatching Trips tour to the Highlands of Scotland to visit the inspirational Alladale Wilderness Reserve.

Here is what their website says…



Welcome to Alladale Wilderness Reserve your 23,000-acre utopia located just an hour’s drive north of Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. Alladale’s dramatic glens, colourful hills, glistening rivers, many hill lochs, and native wildlife will capture your heart.

Alladale has three fully catered lodges for exclusive use groups of between 2 and 30 guests. Choose from the comfortable Victorian ‘home from home’ owners property, or be more adventurous and stay at Deanich Lodge, our only self-catered option and probably one of the most remote buildings in Britain.


One of the many exciting projects on this amazing estate - reintroduction of Scottish wild cats.



Our conservation work is well documented and includes extensive native tree planting, peatland restoration, outdoor learning for teenagers, and multiple wildlife projects. Your stay contributes directly to the work of our charity partner The European Nature Trust which supports wildlife and conservation projects across Europe. We can’t wait to welcome you here.

For much more please their website here

https://alladale.com/

We will be writing much more about our visit to this beautiful part of the Scottish Highlands soon. We would love you to join us on our Birdwatching Trips in the future just drop us a line to arrange a custom tour and please see our tours pages for set departure trips. If you have any questions at all please fire away here….

info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk

We look forward to enjoying wonderful birds in beautiful places with you soon!





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