Home of Rangers and Celtic, award winning rolling highlands, the criminally underrated Inner Hebrides and the world’s finest whisky.
Welcome to West-Scotland. The people are incredibly warm despite the weather being a “wee bit” chilly and the benefit of the small land mass is, you can pack a month's worth of travel and adventure into just a week!
The only thing more magical than taking the ‘Hogwarts Express’, is to do so travelling through the Isle of Skye and into the Scottish Highlands. From Edinburgh through the Cairngorms National Park past famous landmarks such as the Old Man of Storr and Cuillin Mountains this is a non stop slideshow of scenery and Scottish charm.Book Now
Viator is a long running company with the backing of trip advisors and they’ve been giving magical excursions like this for years.Book Now
Whilst you can see a lot of the natural beauty here by hiking, there’s something extra special about seeing the scenery swoop by evolving from the architectural charm of Edinburgh to the misty highlands of West Scotland.Book Now
Bring a board game or a pack of cards for you to have some time away from your phone screens and be in the presence of your partner and family.Book Now
The best time to visit Scotland is during spring (late March to May) and fall (September to November)
We recommend hiring a car. You can get the train to Edinburgh or Glasgow and then hire a car from there to avoid an extra long commute behind the wheel.
We recommend taking a waterproof jacket, it'll soon be your best friend! Plan on wearing layers, Scotland can be cold on it's best day, but the views are certainly worth it.