We are proud to offer tailor made tours of Scotland and we will design a tour just for you, taking account of your interests, likes and dislikes. This means no sitting for hours on a coach full of strangers and no traipsing around on a distillery tour if you have no interest in Scotch!
So what would you like to do whilst you are in Scotland? The options are endless! Just give us as much information as you can and we will take it from there. Here's some ideas to get you started:
You might be interested in exploring Scotland's fascinating history in which case we might suggest important Scottish battlefield sites such as Culloden or Bannockburn, and castles such as Stirling Castle or Edinburgh Castle for your tour. It could be the great outdoors - tour options might include horse riding, mountain biking or fishing some of the great salmon rivers like the Spey or the Tweed. It could be discovering the fabulous Scottish mountain scenery - hiking in the Cairngorm Mountain area, Glencoe or Glen Nevis, and if its to be water sports we might consider Loch Insh or Loch Tay. And it goes without saying that we can cater for golfers! From the Championship courses of St Andrews and Turnberry to less prestigious but still challenging courses, you are never far from a golf course in Scotland.
For genealogists, we will concentrate time in places of relevance to your family and your Scottish roots, and for whisky lovers, we can create a route through the famous Scotch Whisky Trail or taking the ferry to Islay where there are as many single malt distillery visits as you can handle. For pipers and pipe bands visiting Scotland we can link contests and 'Highland Games' into a tour itinerary encompassing accommodation and transport.
Scotland's traditional music scene thrives. It could be traditional music either in formal settings, at folk festivals, or at the great informal sessions that can be found in bars throughout the country, or you could take in Glasgow's excellent 'Celtic Connections' Festival which attracts traditional musicians from throughout the world. There's classical music, ballet and opera in the great concert halls of Scotland's cities with the world famous Edinburgh International Festival standing above the rest.
Or it could be a mixture of all the above! Dislikes are just as important. Please do not hesitate to tell us things you definitely don’t want to do on your Scottish vacation! Creating a personalised, tailored tour can be a lot of fun so why not contact us and see what we can do for you?