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13 Jul 2018
“Dolphins galore on dolphin spirit. ”
14 Apr 2017
“Fantastic, but go at the right time...”
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Castle Wynd | Inverness, Inverness NE29 6RQ, Scotland
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Reviewed 13 July 2018 via mobile

Just to say thank you to Stuart and Freya for a fabulous trip today. Have been on both Dolphin spirit and mischief previously. So lucky today !my folks and a friend went out at 10am on spirit and from the minute the left the lovely...More

Thank GJskye
Reviewed 14 April 2017

The shingle beach in front of the lighthouse at Channonry Point on the Black Isle just North of Inverness is easily the best place to see the Moray Firth dolphins, which come in close to the beach when feeding. Best on a rising tide, a...More

5  Thank Andrew G
Reviewed 28 July 2015

We went with Dolphin Watch as part of our Aigas Field Centre Wildlife Week. A very good two hour trip to view Dolphins which also took in seabird nesting cliffs. The Dolphins performed and the seabirds were there in their thousands. Because Dolphin Watch use...More

3  Thank Donald H
Reviewed 29 July 2013

the dolphin watch just sitting on the beach was amazing and the trip back went via the isle of skye got there via the bridge then returned by ferry its a great day out

1  Thank Derek M
Reviewed 30 April 2013

Took a random trip north to the Black Isle and saw one of the most amazing sites in the British Isles. It was very cold and windy but seeing Dolphins in their natural habitat makes well worth the effort.

6  Thank mariak12
Reviewed 25 September 2012

Easy to find at end of Northbound Inverness Bridge. Free admission (but please leave a donation guys) with plenty of free binoculars, wall charts, video feeds + underwater microphones. Not guaranteed to see dolphins, but should do during summer months especially. The resident volunteer full...More

3  Thank KentHelpful
Reviewed 7 August 2012

This was brilliant. We saw Dolphins in the sea and the members of staff could not be more helpful. We visited the ice house on the location which was a well worth tour. Spent hours there watching dolphins, activities/shop and just sitting on the beach...More

Thank JMT5Perthshire
Reviewed 9 May 2012

Arrived on a windy and cold May day to be met with "There were dolphins earlier but we don't know where they are now". We then spent a cold fifteen minutes trying to find some sign of them and did see some but they were...More

1  Thank Neil D
Reviewed 27 February 2012

It was not the best time to see dolphin in high lands.

2  Thank Alex S
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