Embrace Scotland with a sense of adventure.
Whether you’re into your extreme sports, cultural trips or scenic excursions, we can cater a unique experience that you’ll never forget. To whet your whistle, here are a few of our favourite tours.
Scotland is a great place to visit with your family. Whether you are looking for a family holiday to explore the culture, castles and scenery, or visiting to scope out your child’s university in Glasgow, Edinburgh of St. Andrews – we can guide you with expert local knowledge and a luxury chauffeur service.
Stag & hen do’s
Are you looking for a finer stag or hen experience than the average booze up? We can arrange a bespoke itinerary to match your requirements, whether it’s visiting the oldest distilleries in Scotland or sampling the finest spas we haver to offer, send your friends and family off in style.
Take a tour of Scotland’s finest Michelin star and Bib Gourmand restaurants. We have a taste for the divine and love nothing more than to share this with you. From a private cook school with private chef Tony Singh, to Michelin star quality at The Kitchin – get a taste of the diverse flavours that the Scottish people pride themselves on.
If you’re an avid cyclist or new to the game, don’t worry we have a tour for every ability level. All over the world there is a bicycle boom and Scotland is no different. From the extreme trails of Seven Staines to the winding roads of the North Coast 500 – two wheels is definitely the way to go.
Health & wellbeing
If it’s time to relax and rejuvenate, then Scotland is the place for you. Scotland is home to some of the best spas available. With breathtaking views and attentive staff, you’re guaranteed to leave feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. Start your morning with a private yoga session, then indulge in spa treatment or private shopping trip.
Scotland is home to some amazing wildlife that’s available to spot all year round. From whale and dolphin spotting off the Isle of Mull in June to September, to catching the eye of an impressive stag in the Highlands. Scotland also has a small population of indigenous wildcats which provide an illusive but thrilling experience to catch a sighting of.