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The end of the road no longer means the end of the adventure.

 

We were faced with a challenge – how do we show as much of the North Highlands to our guests as possible when time is limited, the region is so vast and much of the terrain is inaccessible?

Firstly, we chose to operate our tours using a luxury 4×4 which enables us to travel on roads inaccessible to general tour operators. This of course gets our guests closer to the action, in less time and with less effort.

Not satisfied with this, we chose to adopt modern flying camera technology – our Sky Explorer. Now, the end of the road no longer means the end of the adventure. The Sky Explorer gets airborne and transmits live feed images in full 4k colour to a pair of viewing goggles worn by our guests. What the camera sees, you see.

Now, it is possible to see the Highlands from an entirely different perspective*. See cliffs and headlands as the birds see them, explore previously inaccessible waterfalls plunging into steep ravines from the comfort of a chair or fly to the top of a mountain to admire the views without breaking a sweat!

Of course, it’s not just about seeing amazing places effortlessly, it’s also about making a North Coast Explorer tour accessible for guests with restricted mobility too.

The Sky Explorer, another innovation from North Coast Explorer.

* weather conditions and location permitting

Enjoying the Sky Explorer

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