Highland Titles Nature Reserve

Visitor Attractions

Highland Titles

Highland Titles sells gift-sized ‘souvenir plots’ of land (often as small as 1 square foot) from its website – www.highlandtitles.com – and uses the profits to run the land as a nature reserve.

The uniquely funded Highland Titles Nature Reserve is therefore conserving Scotland ‘one square foot at a time’.

Highland Titles Nature Reserve

Highland Titles has attracted well over 20,000 visitors over the last 3 years.  Visitors are welcome to explore the nature reserve at their leisure, but the best experience is undoubtedly reserved for those who have bought their own plot of land and joined the Highland Titles community – the Lairds, Lords and Ladies of Glencoe!

Each plot of land is uniquely identified, and souvenir plot owners are able to arrange a visit to their very own plot as well as a guided tour of the nature reserve by prior appointment.

The Highland Titles Nature Reserve has been awarded a 4-star award from Visit Scotland.

Flora and Fauna

The nature reserve is home to red deer, roe deer, pine martens, badgers, red fox, otters, herons and ducks amongst other things.

In 2013, Highland Titles created a 3-acre lochan in order to attract more bird life.  Every day, our volunteers and infra-red motion-sensitive cameras are ready with their cameras, hoping to catch sight of the elusive osprey.

If you are hoping to see deer, a fox or a badger, we recommend that you visit on your own very early in the morning or evening.

You will certainly see many different kinds of trees, including downy and silver birch, willow, rowan, hawthorn, oak, alder, holly and willow.

In summer you’ll see many wildflowers. Note the lichens on the rocks and trees, which tell us that the air here is clean.

In 2014, we installed 10 beehives on the land.  Bees are ecological superheroes, pollinating around one third of the UK’s food supplies.  The worldwide bee populations have been in decline over recent years and we are keen to do as much as we can to help.

We are involving local schools by giving hives to the children to paint. They then adopt the hives and learn through visits and presentations how important bees are.

Visitor Centre

The visitor centre at the Highland Titles Nature Reserve is located in the main car park.

Set your sat nav to [56.627174,-5.311716] in order to find the car park.

It is located off the A828.  The nearest village is Duror.

Visitor Centre features include

  • Free wifi
  • Visitor toilets
  • Maps and walking routes



The Highland Titles gift pack scores 9.6 out of 10 on the independent review website, Trustpilot, and has over 7400 reviews.

The Nature Reserve has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor, and has a 5-star rating.

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Suitable for Families
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