Isle of Skye offers one of the breathtaking sceneries in Scotland. Skye is the largest island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland.
A series of pools surrounded by breathtaking views in the Isle of Skye have been named as the Fairy Pools. Waters of the pools are crystal clear.
Go Hiking up Quiraing
Wanna capture postcard views? Hike up to Quiraing to stand mesmerized at breathtaking views of the entire island.
Eilean Donan Castle
It is a 13th Century Castle. This castle is usually used for filming movies and tele-serials. The James Bond film The World is Not Enough was filmed here.
A series of tall and jagged rocks that was formed of a massive ancient landslide. It is pat of Trotternish Ridge and one of the most photographed landscapes in the world.
Old Man of Storr
Neist Point Lighthouse
Overlooking the cliffs and pristine waters is the Neist Point Lighthouse. The lighthouse was designed by David Alan Stevenson.
Sgurr na Stri
Sgurr na Stri literally means "The Peak of Strife." Hike around this Highland place to appreciate the spellbinding and breathtaking views of the sky, hills and sea.
Those of you who watched Harry Potter films would be familiar with this bridge where the children go off to Hogwarts. This train scene was shot here.
Glenfinnan Viaduct Bridge
Do you know that Isle of Skye is home to the Tallisker Whisky Distillery? Similarly, there are many such whisky distilleries that offer tasting tours.
Hone your paddling and kayaking skills while enjoying the breath-taking beauty of the highlands while paddling in the challenging waters of Loch Carron.
Traverse the Cuillin Ridge
Hike and walk around this spellbinding Cullin ridge with 12 Muros/peaks 3000ft above sea level. Carry a map or hire a local guide to ensure you are not lost.
You can book a ride on a seaplane to see the majestic Munroe and cliffs of the Isle of Skye.
Seaplane to Enjoy Skye from the Skies
If you are adventurous and know to swim and rock scramble, get the help of a local guide to enjoy the island. You can swim in the sea and rivers while rock scrambling the ridges of the highland mountains.
Go Coasteering and Gorge Walking
See the Northern Lights
If you are in Skye in winter, you may get a chance to see the Aurora Borealis in Glendale. It is an ethereal experience.
If you are a cycling enthusiast, consider enjoying the breath-taking beauty of Isle of Skye. The tarmaced road zig-zags against the backdrops of high mountains and sparkling seas.
Camping in the Wild
A trip to the isle of Skye is not complete without camping under the sky.
If you are not comfortable camping under the sky, then there are camp spots with facilities where you can pay and camp.