Visit Scotland

Have you got time to stay longer in Scotland and explore further? There’s lots of see…


Inverness is known as Scotland’s ‘Highland Capital’, it still however retains its market town feel, dating back to its early development. Inverness is in the North of Scotland and is one of the smallest cities with some 61,000 people.

Loch Ness is the largest body of fresh water by volume in Britain, (Loch Lomond has the greatest surface area of water). It holds more water than all the lakes and reservoirs in England and Wales put together.

Loch Ness is best known for sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, affectionately known as “Nessie”, the Loch’s water visibility is exceptionally low due to a high peat content in the surrounding soil, making the mystery of Nessie even more intriguing. Find out more about Nessie here

Glen Coe

Glen Coe is one of the most beautiful and other-worldly places in Scotland. It’s even featured in films such as James Bond’s Skyfall and several Harry Potter movies. Why not visit and absorb spectacular Highland scenery and see Scottish wildlife.

St Andrews

St Andrews, Scotland’s world-famous Home of Golf, is known for its historic university, medieval streets and gorgeous traditional buildings. The town is filled with exciting things to see and do!

West Highland Way

Scotland’s most well-known long-distance trail. The traditional start is from Milngavie in the south and walked to finish in Fort William in the north. The route passes some of the best scenery in Scotland and has become a must-do activity for locals and visitors

Scottish Islands & Island Hopping

Want to experience the best of our Scottish islands? Then we reckon an island hopping trip is just the thing for you.

Whether you’ve only got a couple of days or a couple of weeks, island hopping in Scotland is well worth the time, each of which boast their own unique character. The main groups of Scottish isles which are best suited for touring include the Inner Hebrides and the Outer Hebrides in the west of Scotland, and Orkney and Shetland in the north.



North Coast 500 Tour

Explore one of the most iconic travel routes in the World!

Taking the NC500 route helps you to discover the best the Highlands has to offer, from magical and mystical castles, sample amazing local produce, with fresh from the sea and land specialities, the wonderful distilleries and breweries or take to the water on an exhilarating wildlife safari.

The 516 mile-long route is a 5 star rated experience and a truly unforgettable experience. The route begins and ends in Inverness at Inverness Castle which, perched on top of a hill, is the perfect starting point to the route and offers unparalleled views from its viewing tower over the capital city of the Highlands.

The NC500 was launched only 3 years ago, yet in that time, it has reached a global audience of over 2.3 billion and ranked by so many independent sources as the best road trip on the planet.

For further information on the North Coast 500, click here