EcoVentures Dolphin Tours (Cromarty) Reviews
Description:Address: Harbour Workshop / Victoria Place / Cromarty / Highland / IV11 8YE / Scotland
Newest Review: ... runs for 2 hours, and although this sounds like ages, it goes so quickly. The price is £22 per adult, per tour. I think this is really good value for money, you get a chance to see a lot, and it's definitely the way to do it. The shop/base itself for Ecoventures is in Cromarty and a short walk away from the boat dock. When going on a tour Ecoventures provide you with a wet suit (not the type ... more
Customer EcoVentures Dolphin Tours (Cromarty) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/04/09 (Very useful, 335 readings)
EcoVentures is a company located in the small Scottish town of Cromarty, Moray Firth. Ecoventures is run by Sarah and Robyn, Sarah is the skipper and Robyn deals with the Marketing. It is a lovely set up, and both the women are lovely and very passionate about what they do. Ecoventures are a sightseeing company, they own a Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB) which is approx 10 metres long. The boat seats 12 people maximum, and has great views around from wherever you sit. Ecoventures focus on showing you the wild life in and around the Cromarty area, and out in the Moray Firth. My sister and I actually went specifically on a dolphin tour and Ecoventures ... Read the complete review
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