The best way to experience the Scottish highland’s history, beauty and people is to take a tour. Sightseeing Tours and Clan Tours Most of the tour companies provide educative tours to learn more about one’s ancestry. For example, through the Blue Badge Guides, ‘Cameron Tour’ one might learn about the traits of the Cameron clan [...]
Things to do in the Highlands
From award winning guided Scottish Highlands tours, relaxing breaks in cosy self catering Scottish holiday rentals, walking, watching the Highland Games and of course who could forget Scotland’s malt whisky trail. There is something for everyone in the Scottish Highlands and this section is dedicated to celebrating the very best things to do, ensuring that you get the most from your time in Scotland.
Scotland is a country with a rich history and plenty of natural and human made artifacts to explore. Whether one is visiting the Scottish coasts for the first time or is a seasoned veteran of the rich amenities the country has to offer, there is always something new to discover. Fortunately, there are always a [...]
Come celebrate Scottish culture and heritage in the highland games at Aviemore, Loch Ness and other communities in the highlands. The games originated in the eleventh century in Braemar, when the Scottish King Malcolm III held a race to find the speediest foot runner, the winner to be his royal messenger. The Isle of Skye [...]
There is only one Malt Whisky Trail in the world and that is in the Scottish Highlands. While exploring this trail, visitors will have the opportunity to check out some of Scotland’s most famous distilleries. There are several different distilleries on the trail, each one producing a malt whisky that is uniquely their own. Choosing [...]