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Experiences in Scotland

There are plenty of things to do when visiting Scotland, from enjoying one of their famous whisky tastings or taking a tour around Edinburgh. You can also walk through their bustling city streets or explore any number of castles dotting the countryside – there’s something for everyone here!

Whisky Experience

Scottish is known for some of the very finest Whisky in the world and it is one of our major exports worldwide.  The first recorded mention in the Exchequer Rolls dates back to 1494, who knows when it was first produced.   Whisky today is often blended but single malts and 10 year olds can have a wide variety of flavours.  Most of us may have drunk whisky at some point but there is a vast difference between drinking it and really taking in a real Whisky Experience.  

Historic Castles

Our famous Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle are both built on unusual basalt rock outcrops that will stand firm for an eternity.  Both are worth a visit. Travelling around Scotland quickly shows a visitor that there are a lot more.  From ancient ruins to Castles that are still private homes.  All have their unique history and charm.  

Historic Sights & Scenery

From thriving historic cities to stunning hills and glens or ragged coastline and Dinosaur grave yards Scotland has it all. Take the opportunity to visit the famous filmset locations, like Doune Castle and Culloden, both used in the Outlander filming.

Lochs & Yacht Trips

Loch Lomond, Loch Ness and Loch Katrine are some of the most well know that include boat trips.  The Jacobite Cruise Company run excellent sailings on Loch Ness and Loch Katrine is famous for it’s steam boat (The Sir Walter Scott) and the whole Victorian style ambiance.

Sea Plane Trips

The sea plane offers an entirely different flying experience, small, friendly and pretty exciting scenery flying off Loch Lomond and up over the National Park and the Trossachs area. 


What better way to make memories than fly fishing in one of Scotland’s mighty glens? With the long summer days and calming waters, it’s an excellent spot for beginners looking to get into the sport or for seasoned fly fishers or sea fishers looking to enjoy the Scottish landscape.

Shooting, Archery and Falconry

Imagine being taught how to shoot a bow and arrow, or firing a powerful rifle. Embrace the ancient art of falconry, or mix it up with an experience of archery on horseback – all in Scotland.

Restaurants, Pubs & Bars

One part of the culture that will never be forgotten is Scottish food and drink. Scotland’s reputation for having some of the best restaurants in the world have been confirmed by many celebrities, influencers and chefs. There are also plenty of great pubs with delicious beer on tap or scrumptious scotch whiskey.