A week on St Kilda

Roger Butler

Notice Period:
Regular (more than one month's notice)
Paid: 100
1st March 2017
Scotland | Islands | Adventure Travel | Wildlife

Remote St Kilda lies 40 miles west of the Outer Hebrides and this isolated archipelago is the only World Heritage Site in Britain to be nominated for both its natural and cultural interest. This talk describes the fascinating history - after more than 4000 years of human habitation the last islanders were evacuated in 1930 - as well as the wildlife, the scenery and a way of life which has now gone forever. You'll see the highest cliffs in Europe, the world's biggest gannetry and the famous jagged sea stacks. St Kilda is an extraordinary place!

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