Scottish tour guide shares stunning image showing Scottish beaches prettier than Bahamas


A Scottish guide captured a video and photograph showing a pair of Scottish beaches that are even more beautiful than those you’ll find in the Maldives or the Bahamas.

Inverness-based tour guide Kevin J Bowie, who works for popular Rabbie’s Tours, took the first video at Seilebost and the photo of a pair of tourists enjoying the sunshine in Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris on Sunday May 16.

The knowledgeable guide, who regularly shares his incredible photographs on his Instagram and Facebook pages, explained that views like these are a big part of what working for an expert travel agency can offer, not just for himself but for him. the people who use them.

A wonderful day at Luskentyre Beach

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He said: “Both beaches are beautiful, whether sunny or gloomy and stormy, but Saturday was exceptional.

“It is simply beautiful with the beautiful mountains, sandy beaches and crystal clear water, nature at its best.”

He added that working for Rabbie’s Tours, which runs several tours across Scotland from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Aberdeen, is truly one of the “best jobs in the world”.

Kevin said: “I meet people from all over and take them to beautiful places in Scotland.”

Explaining that he is happy to be back exploring Scotland in the company’s comfortable 16-seater Mercedes minibuses, he added that the company is not only able to show people the best places to go. Scotland, but also to do so safely with smaller groups of tourists for social distancing.

Seilebost and Luskentyre are close to each other on the southwest coast of Harris and are regularly named some of the best beaches not only in Scotland but also in the UK.

With blue skies, sweeping views, pristine golden beaches, and aquamarine waters, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve been transported to a tropical place.

Luskentyre was recently named one of the 25 best beaches in the world and it’s easy to see why.

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