Bee exploring the white beaches of Isle of Harris and the Isle of Lewis

We went in search of our dream beach in our campervan on the Isle of Harris with its crushed shell white glistening beaches that are absolutely stunning. All of the beaches listed here are dog-friendly.  Luskentyre beach: Luskentyre is recognised as the 13th best beach in the world for 2020 by TripAdvisor!  Our dream beach […]

Top 10 Bee Benefits of Campervan and Why it is Good for your Health

Absorbing sunlight and vitamin D in the Highlands of Scotland: Bee taking physical exercise – take opportunities in our campervan to go walking, hiking, fishing, swimming, snorkelling and kite surfing. Physical activity helps bump up the production of your brain’s feel-good neurotransmitters, called endorphins. Bee stress-free – go beeyond your limits and find your freedom […]

Watch out for Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises

As the ferry approached Tarbert on the Isle of Harris, there were approximately 50 to 70 Porpoises! That was the promising beginning of a truly amazing trip of a life-time: Bee amazed to see Whales and Dolphins from our very own campervan! We had a prime spot at Truimpan Head on the Isle of Lewis, […]

Machair on the Isle of Lewis and the Isle of Harris

You can expect to see a rich carpet of machair on the isle of Harris and isle of Lewis from our campervan. The dense machairs displays red clover, harebell, silverweed, scabious, ladies bedstraw, thrift, wild thyme, ragged robin, sea plantain, thistle, vetch, ragwort, yarrow, yellow bird’s foot trefoil, bog cotton, biting stonecrop, buttercups, sea campion, […]

12 Good Bee Reasons to Campervan

Bee closer to nature and wildlife. Bee an explorer and wander the islands of Scotland. Bee on an escape into the wilderness. Bee free to stop where-ever and when-ever you like. Bee calmer and absorb the silence. Bee restful to the sound of birds. Bee lighter and enjoy a panoramic view with 13 windows with […]