Argyll is dense with internationally protected natural and archaeological sites. Discover endangered species whose relevance is new to science or volcanic lava flows from a lost ocean. Across the landscape you will find strikingly beautiful stone carvings spanning thousands of years, castles, forts, townships and monasteries. There's every chance of an encounter with otters, seals, deer, sea eagles, red squirrels and much more.
Wild Argyll guides are specialists in natural history and cultural exchange. You'll be looked after by a well informed, enthusiastic and experienced guide. Join them for an eye-opening wander through nature and time.
Wild Argyll offers kayakers bespoke trips to delve deeper into the landscape. This is particularly useful for those on the Argyll Sea Kayak Trail or the Scottish
Sea Kayak Trail who want to get a better eye on the places they paddle through. Or for anyone who is curious about this extraordinary place and its secrets. Explore these ancient seaways with new eyes. Don’t miss that otter or the noust tucked below an Iron Age fort.
Wild Argyll also offers wildlife photography and art in the landscape.