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Honeymoon road trip advice
Hello! Me and my husband have planned a couple of weeks exploring the Western side of Scotland for our honeymoon in July. We were initially going to do a couple of nights in the Galloway forest area, a couple in Loch Lomond then on to Fort William, Skye, Gairloch and then down via Glasgow (back towards the Lake District then home to Todmorden). It did end up looking like a lot of driving on the way back down, plus BnBs were getting booked up very quckly.
We are now rethinking and quite fancy camping and essentially still doing the galloway forest and Loch lomond (at some point in the trip) but also doing more of the islands such as Arran, Islay, Jura, Mull and Skye.
Does anyone have advice as to the best way to do this and whether there is anything to bear in mind in terms of island hopping ferry days/routes?
I also fancied going on a whale watching trip for Gairloch but if we don't make it up there, are there any from get to Skye?
Also is camping as easy as it sounds in these places?
Any other advice, ideas, recommendations gratefully received!