Witness some of Europe's largest seabird colonies—puffins, gannets, guillemots, kittiwakes, and more—on our return to the British Isles. Visit Giant’s Causeway, Neolithic monuments, and a variety of architectural wonders.
United Kingdom & Ireland
Encompassing four delightful countries—England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland—the United Kingdom lends itself to a historic and picturesque adventure. Zegrahm Expeditions’ UK tours take guests from the British Isles, where we’ll find some of Europe’s largest seabird colonies, to Edinburgh, where we’ll tour the castle and take a jaunt along the Royal Mile. Our UK cruises allow us to slip in and out of small ports where larger ships cannot go...to the World Heritage Sites and ancient ruins of the Orkney Islands to the lovely subtropical gardens on the Isles of Sicily. Custom-crafted with differing levels of adventure seeking in mind, our UK tours visit the geologic wonder of Giant’s Causeway, the magnificent St. Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall, Scotland, and into quaint villages and isolated communities of the British Isles.
Upcoming United Kingdom & Ireland Expeditions
Wild & Ancient Britain with IrelandMay 11 — May 26, 2020
Wild IrelandMay 29 — June 7, 2021
Discover Ireland’s ancient wonders, sublime landscapes, unique geology, prolific birdlife, and charming villages as you journey along the island’s scenic west coast. This voyage may be combined with Wild Scotland for a comprehensive view of the region.
Wild Ireland & Scotland COMBO VoyageMay 29 — June 12, 2021
Discover ancient wonders, sublime landscapes, unique geology, prolific birdlife, and charming villages as you journey to Ireland and Scotland. Witness some of Europe's largest seabird colonies—puffins, gannets, guillemots, kittiwakes, and more, with visits to Giant’s Causeway, Neolith
Wild ScotlandJune 4 — June 12, 2021
History comes to life as you view important Neolithic monuments—the Standing Stones of Stenness, the Ring of Brodgar, and Skara Brae—and other architectural wonders, from Mousa’s Iron Age broch and 12th-century Iona Abbey to the magnificent St. Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall.