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Historic Scotland Explorer Pass
"Choose from two different passes to suit your schedule and enjoy the flexibility to visit the Scottish heritage attractions that you want at a time that suits you best. Select the 3-day pass to be used on any three days in a period of five consecutive days from first use or the 7-day pass to be used on any 7 days in a period of 14 consecutive days from first use. When you redeem your voucher for your Historic Scotland Explorer Pass you’ll also receive a pack showing the locations of the sites with a souvenir ‘passport’ book; simply ask each site to stamp the book on admission for a memento of your time in Scotland.Both passes include entry to a staggering 78 attractions all from the Orkney Islands in the north to Dumfries and Galloway in the south. Learn about ancient Scottish clans at sites like Skara Brae Prehistoric Village and discover majestic fortifications and towering turrets at some of Scotland’s finest castles. Scotland’s two top dogs – Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle – are both included in the pass
From GBP30.00
 
Historic Scotland Explorer Pass
"Choose from two different passes to suit your schedule and enjoy the flexibility to visit the Scottish heritage attractions that you want at a time that suits you best. Select the 3-day pass to be used on any three days in a period of five consecutive days from first use or the 7-day pass to be used on any 7 days in a period of 14 consecutive days from first use. When you redeem your voucher for your Historic Scotland Explorer Pass you’ll also receive a pack showing the locations of the sites with a souvenir ‘passport’ book; simply ask each site to stamp the book on admission for a memento of your time in Scotland.Both passes include entry to a staggering 78 attractions all from the Orkney Islands in the north to Dumfries and Galloway in the south. Learn about ancient Scottish clans at sites like Skara Brae Prehistoric Village and discover majestic fortifications and towering turrets at some of Scotland’s finest castles. Scotland’s two top dogs – Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle – are both included in the pass
From GBP30.00
 
Historic Scotland Explorer Pass
"Choose from two different passes to suit your schedule and enjoy the flexibility to visit the Scottish heritage attractions that you want at a time that suits you best. Select the 3-day pass to be used on any three days in a period of five consecutive days from first use or the 7-day pass to be used on any 7 days in a period of 14 consecutive days from first use. When you redeem your voucher for your Historic Scotland Explorer Pass you’ll also receive a pack showing the locations of the sites with a souvenir ‘passport’ book; simply ask each site to stamp the book on admission for a memento of your time in Scotland.Both passes include entry to a staggering 78 attractions all from the Orkney Islands in the north to Dumfries and Galloway in the south. Learn about ancient Scottish clans at sites like Skara Brae Prehistoric Village and discover majestic fortifications and towering turrets at some of Scotland’s finest castles. Scotland’s two top dogs – Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle – are both included in the pass
From GBP30.00

More Transportation in Fair Isle

by boat

We got to Fair Isle on our expedition ship, the Professor Mulchanov - to be more precise: we used our zodiacs to do a proper landing.There is, however, a ferry connection from Grutness Pier on the...
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tini58de
Jun 29, 2005

Walk, walk, walk!

Fair Isle is perfect to walk around! There are streets and paths and it definitely is not very strenuous to walk around there!We did a nice hike from our landing site to the town hall, on to the bird...
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tini58de
Jun 29, 2005

Just walk....

The best (and just about only) way to get about Fair Isle is simply to walk. Distances are not far, and you can walk the whole island from north to south in a couple of hours. There are some cars, and...
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daarth
Feb 14, 2004

The Good Shepherd

The "Good Shepherd IV" is the way to go to Fair Isle. She plies three times per week (once in winter) between Grutness (on the south point of Shetland Mainland) and Fair Isle.The two-hour crossing...
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LHOON
Apr 19, 2003

Fly!!

There is a little airstrip on Fair Isle and Loganair is flying there 3 times a week (I believe). Do have a look at the website to get the latest information on timetables and fares!
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tini58de
Apr 04, 2011

Flap flap

Most visitors fly in. They even do it for free! They do however grow their own wings.....Fair Isle is home to maybe only 70 people, but there are millions of birds!
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daarth
Apr 02, 2006
 
 
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Getting to Fair Isle

You can get to Fair Isle from the Shetland Islands both by Plane and boat. See the link below for more details. We got there like many others out for an adventure, with our own boat.
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daarth
Feb 14, 2004

The Islander

A scheduled air service to Fair Isle is provided by Loganair.Eight-seat "Islander" aircraft are a common sight on Fair Isle Airport.
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LHOON
Apr 19, 2003

Top 5 Fair Isle Writers

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kathymof

"Fair Isle - More than a Knit Pattern"
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tini58de

"Fair Isle - Britain's most remote inhabited island"
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LHOON

"Fair Isle"
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daarth

"Fair Isle"
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angiebabe

"wow i flew to Fair Isle!"
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