On Tuesday afternoon he went for a walk around the island but found his kayak’s paddle missing when he returned, and called for help.
Please could we remind all to stick to the Covid rules and keep people safe
Loch Lomond Rescue Boat
The resuce came after Loch Lomond Rescue Boat (LLRB) were contacted by police at 1.50pm on Tuesday and went to the scene to transfer the man to Luss on the mainland.
In a Facebook post, LLRB said: “The rescue boat was launched and located the person on the island and safely transferred himself and his equipment over to his car at Aldochlay.
“LLRB then returned to Luss and stood down. This person had travelled from England to camp on the island for the Easter weekend.
“Please could we remind all to stick to the Covid rules and keep people safe.”
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “The local lifeboat service were contacted and the incident handed to them – the man was rescued safe and well.”
Under Covid travel restrictions for people living in England, holidays to any other part of the UK will not be allowed until at least April 12.
In Scotland, the “stay at home” rule ended on 2 April but people are still being asked to “stay local”. Travel within mainland Scotland will be allowed from 26 April, when tourist accommodation can also reopen with restrictions in place.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she hoped travel between Scotland and the rest of the UK would resume around the same time.