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Join the Geo Explorer for an exciting tour of the East Caithness coastline. Exploring caves, Whaligoe Haven, castles, geos, natural arches and much more. Close up views of seasonal nesting birds and marine wildlife. Informative commentary throughout.
Hours Today: 10:30 AM - 6:30 PM
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| South Quay, Wick Harbour, Wick KW1 5HA, Scotland
All reviews boat trip excellent trip local history interesting facts great fun nesting birds life jackets waterproof clothing these guys john o'groats rock formations rigid inflatable boat minute trip amazing coastline felt very safe wet weather gear safety briefing
Full of history and information from our Guide although with my hearing deficit & the ambient noise missed most of it.
History of docks, Castle, cliffs, seabird colonies (now departed), sea-caves, etc.
The highlights were the Grey Seals and the Waligoe Steps with.their history. 3...More
How many people know Caithness belonged to Norway until 1253? Or why caves are halfway up a cliff? I guess I have a little insight now. I am a pensioner with artificial knee joints and use a walking stick. I was looked after perfectly with...More
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AdelaineM4, Owner at Caithness Seacoast, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Granddaughter (12) and I went on the trip to Whaligoe (south trip) and loved every minute. The Skipper to;d us so much about the geography, geology, wildlife and social history of the area. A real eye-opener. We went into several caves and saw remains of...More
Adelaine M, Owner at Caithness Seacoast, responded to this reviewResponded 30 August 2018
Both Adelaine & William are very caring & professional hosts with strong passion in this region. Excellent & personalised narration by the tour leader. Did this tour with 3 children on 2 June 2018 and will definitely do it again if we return to Wick...More
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Adelaine M, Owner at Caithness Seacoast, responded to this reviewResponded 25 June 2018
Thank you for your kind words and for giving us such a good review.
A fact-filled swift trip down the coast from Wick. Superbly handled by Andrew and wittily but knowledgeably explained by Bob. The amount of wildlife, rock formations, caves and landing places was incredible. Places you'd never get to via the mainland. Can't recommend it highly enough....More
Adelaine M, Owner at Caithness Seacoast, responded to this reviewResponded 27 May 2018
Many thanks for your kind words, we strive to make the experience good for all our customers. I am so glad you enjoyed the experience.
Didn’t give me the right option for “type of visit”
Took my 79 year old mother out on one of the Gala week special trips. She loved it and enjoyed the wee history lesson. A Wicker born and bred she was delighted seeing the views...More
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Adelaine M, Owner at Caithness Seacoast, responded to this reviewResponded 26 April 2018