The Loch Druidibeg National Nature Reserve (South Uist) Reviews
Description:Location: Outer Hebrides in Scotland
Newest Review: ... Uist. There is no chance of getting lost as there is only one main spine road which runs down these islands and the B890 is a route off there. Loch Druidibeg is an area of 1677 hectares and it stretches from the Atlantic coast to almost the Minch on the other side, and the area has a diverse collection of fauna and flora. On the Western fringes are Machair meadows, carpets of wild flowers ... more
Customer The Loch Druidibeg National Nature Reserve (South Uist) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/11/09, updated on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 139 readings)
In the early 1990s when my 4 children were between the ages of 2 and 10, we began a journey which was to be the most exciting we have ever made to a place where we were to return to time and time again. The memories of the landscape, together with the images I have in my mind of the children, as they lived their holiday dreams in a safe and beautiful environment, will remain with me always. We travelled to The Outer Hebrides all the way from Essex, and it was just so exciting. In those days the ferry was an overnight affair and we had berths. 8 hours in bunk beds as the ferry was swaying and rolling on huge waves was a vivid memory for me, and a loud knock ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to The Loch Druidibeg National Na ...
St. Michan's Church (Dublin) - See opinion See opinion
Palace of Holyroodhouse (Edinburgh) - Good interpretation, Open all year, Fascinating history ExpensiveGardens closed in winterPoor signposting
Wensleydale Creamery (Hawes) - good admission charges, can sample the produce may spend too much in the shop
Piccadilly Gardens (Manchester) - Free Not as garden like as you expect with the name !
|More products in Sightseeing National|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Fletcher Moss Botanical Gardens (Greater Manchester)||Big Night Out (Suffolk)|
Inexpensive entrance fee, Wonderful firework display
Dear fairground ridesIf weather is wet, ground gets very boggy
|St Audeon's Church (Dublin)|
|Craigievar Castle (Grampian)||Forest of Dean District Council (Gloucestershire)||Boscobel House (Shropshire)|
Historic house and grounds with friendly staff.
Very limited disabled access to house.
|Llangenny Riding Centre (Powys)||Mizen Head (County Cork)||Seahenge (Norfolk)|
Unique insight into the early Bronze Age, High standard of excavation and conservation
Lack of consultation by English HeritageThe reburial plan