Scotland is a great place to go if you've ever wanted to see wild dolphins because there are so many prime spots all over the place.
The Hebridean Seas are of global importance for cetaceans because they are home to more than 25% of all known whale, dolphin, and porpoise species.
According to the Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust, Scotland is unique in that all types of wildlife, including aquatic wildlife, thrive there.
The East Coast's Chanonry Point is a great option, but it can get crowded with tourists.
According to the majority of Scots when asked for suggestions for Scottish locations to watch dolphins.
The nine best places to see dolphins in Scotland are listed below, along with information on the species of dolphin you might see there.
On the north side of the Moray Firth, 14 miles east of Inverness, between the communities of Fortrose and Rosemarkie is a peninsula of land known as Chanonry Point.