Our Sea Loch and Coast

Water, Water Everywhere

We have more water here than you can imagine

Scotland’s Highlands are a treasure trove of natural beauty, with lochs (lakes), rivers, and watersports offering endless adventures for outdoor enthusiasts. The pristine lochs and rivers that crisscross the Highland landscape are not only breathtakingly picturesque but also provide thrilling opportunities for watersports.

Lochs, such as Loch Ness, Loch Lomond, and Loch Morar, are iconic landmarks in the Highlands that are perfect for water-based activities. Canoeing and kayaking are popular choices, allowing adventurers to paddle through serene waters surrounded by majestic mountains and lush forests. For those seeking an adrenaline rush, white-water rafting on the rivers of the Highlands, such as the River Findhorn and River Spey, offers thrilling experiences with fast-paced rapids and breathtaking scenery.

In addition to watersports, the lochs and rivers of the Highlands also provide a tranquil setting for boating, sailing, and paddleboarding. Exploring the calm waters, surrounded by stunning landscapes, is a great way to relax and enjoy the serenity of the Scottish Highlands.