Highland military tattoo and Highland Games

Come with us on two of the most spectacular cultural events in Highlands!  Hear the music of the best pipe bands, enjoy watching traditional Scottish Highland Games. And Immerse yourself into Highlands culture while watching the great spectacle of Highland dancing, competitions, vignettes, flypasts and fireworks from the famous 18th-century fortress-Fort George.

The Loch Ness Monster – Scotland’s most recognised icon

The Scottish Highlands draw the attention of worldwide visitors because of its unique beauty, untamed nature and turbulent history. A powerful place, the Highlands has everything a visitor could want including stunning scenery, fascinating legends, tales of heroism and of course, stories of strange creatures lurking in the lochs and glens. However, the most famous of them all is the legend of the Loch Ness monster – the world famous Nessie.

Hill Bagging in Scotland

Hill bagging in Scotland is an activity for hikers, climbers and mountaineers attempt to reach a collection of summits.

Scotland has many Munros, Corbetts, Marilyns, Grahams and Donalds that are named after those that climbed and listed them, apart from the Marilyns, named after Marilyn Munro, as a humorous nod to the much more famous list of Munros in Scotland.

Drink responsibly – drink Whisky

A few days ago, I went to a birthday party. Somehow we started a conversation about the health benefits of alcoholic drinks and created a top five list. Generally, people have a radical love-hate attitude when it comes to any kind of alcohol.

Self-Drive Holiday in Scotland – What do I need?

A self-drive holiday in Scotland is a fantastic option for having total flexibility and control over your itinerary. With beautiful scenery and some iconic routes to explore, Scotland’s the ideal destination. How about the North Coast 500? It’s definitely a bucket list trip for many for a reason. Or venture further afield to explore Shetland at your own pace. With magical light and scenery, as well as ample opportunity to spot wildlife, do remember your binoculars and camera!

Cycling in Scotland

Whether you are a seasoned cyclist or new two wheels, cycling in Scotland can be one of the most memorable…

A Private Tour of Scotland

Have you ever thought about taking a private tour of Scotland? We are not talking a couple of hours around a Scottish Castle…