Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate any wheelchair or walking frame users, or anyone with limited mobility, on this tour.
The main reason for this is that the walk at the Fairy Pools is 1.5 miles over rough terrain (including crossing two streams via stepping stones) and is therefore only suitable for guests with a good level of mobility/fitness. There is nothing else to do at this sight (as of November 2019 there are not even public toilets, although hopefully these will be open by summer 2020) so even staying around the mini-coach isn’t really viable.
At other sights we visit there are very few which hae wheelchair or walking frame access, as a lot of the terrain on Skye is very rugged. Additionally, the coach is not equipped for passengers to remain in their wheelchairs.
For those who have limited mobility we would recommend our Isle of Skye Tour instead (but note that this is not suitable for wheelchair users either, unfortunately).