A Great Jumping Off Point!

Bazpackers is a fantastic base from which to explore the surrounding area; from the Great Glen to the Black Isle, Thurso to Aviemore - come and this site jump in…

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Glen Affric

Less than an hour's drive south-west from Inverness, nestled among the indigenous trees of the slowly returning Caledonian Forest, is Glen Affric. With its forest trails and scenic views over Loch…

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Loch Morlich

Just 45 minutes south of Inverness in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park is the beautiful Loch Morlich. With its sandy beaches and clear waters surrounded by pine trees…

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Floral Flora

Flora MacDonald has been celebrating the imminent arrival of summer by donning some flowery decorations and gazing out over the city from her vantage point in front of Inverness castle. Come and…

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Borne on the wind

Spring is in full swing in Inverness; which means unpredictable weather and a chance to try out your new raincoat and sunglasses - both in the space of 10 minutes!

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A sense of porpoise…

Chanonry Point (just a half hour bus journey from Bazpackers along the Black Isle) is one of the best places in the UK slotspie.com to spot Bottlenose dolphins from the shore. Check…

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Craig Phadrig

A short hike west of Inverness will take you up the forest trails of Craig Phadrig, eventually revealing spectacular views of Ben Wyvis and the Beauly firth from the site of the ancient Pictish hill…

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Spring has sprung!

Inverness is rolling over, rubbing its eyes and groggily emerging from its cave with the promise of a vibrant summer season to come. Drop by for a visit and use…

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Cromarty

About an hour's bus journey from Inverness at the north-eastern tip of the Black Isle lies the seaside town of Cromarty. With great views of the Cromarty firth it's one of…

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