Went at the wrong time, tide going out and no dolphins to be seen. Parked at caravan site and walked along shore, lovely walk. Lots of parking at the lighthouse.
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We drove out to Chanonry Point in the evening, had some takeaway food from a nearby chip shop in the car and looked out over the water- it was a lovely view to enjoy dinner to. After finishing our tea, we went out for a...More
We went to Chanonry Point and hoped to spot seals and dolphins. We were there for 2 hours and we saw a lot of seals and a handful of dolphins. We got there about an hour after low tide to watch the seals and dolphins...More
Great place to visit, sadly we didn't see any dolphins this time, but we timed it pretty bad this time around! Apparently the best time to visit to see the dolphins is about an hour after low tide, so check tide times before visiting! It's...More
A lovely spot with stunning views, sadly no dolphins when I visited. Well signposted and easy to find, single track road through a golfcourse but plenty of passing places so easy to access with consideration for others.
We have visited this place several times but when we were there in September the dolphins were very active & very near to the shore so we got a wonderful view of them. We also saw the seals & cormorants. The best time to see...More
Nice little place where you can see the dolphins jumping just on the shore side of the lighthouse. on your way there - Fortrose is a small lovely small place with some nice café
We were saying a few days at Fortrose Campsite and decided to have a walk and see if we could see some dolphins. Nothing there on first visit but after a walk along Rosemarkie beach and back we were delighted to see the Dolphins just...More
We were up at 6 am on our holiday, wrapping up warm ready to meet the wind and showers once we got to Chanonry Point on the Moray Firth. We parked in the small car park and the tide was just coming in so we...More