SCOTLAND

Misty glens, smoky Whiskies, royal castles and a history so intrigued that even Game of Thrones can only watch in envy - Scotland has been a fascinating country for centuries and is waiting to enchant you with its incredible sights, culture and stunning landscapes. Scotland is home to some of the largest wilderness areas left in Europe and you can often meet some wild inhabitants like deer, otters or golden eagles in their wild habitat. With great opportunities for hiking, biking or canoeing in unspoiled landscapes surrounded by dramatic mountains, sparkling lochs and beautiful waterways, Scotland makes for a truly magnificent adventure playground and you will be welcomed with open arms by down-to-earth people who will spoil you with top-quality local produce and unrivaled single malt whisky.

Highlands, Scotland

OUR SCOTLAND ADVENTURES

 
Cairngorms National Park, Scotland

SCOTLAND FAMILY ADVENTURE

 

WHEN TO GO

Scotland can be visited all year round, though the possibilities change with the seasons. The climate is quite moderate and very changeable throughout the year. The most popular months to visit would be mid April til mid October as the temperatures are fairly mild, the days are long and it is possible to enjoy most outdoor activities. Snowfall is quite common between November and April and depending on where you travel, you might encounter some road closures, Scotland provides excellent value for skiing and snow-boarding and to snuggle up with a single malt at the fireplace in an ancient castle is an unforgettable experience.

WHAT TO BRING

Whatever the season and no matter what you say about Scottish weather, you are bound to be wrong. So it is easiest (and safest) to prepare for all seasons, even if you are traveling in August. A windproof rain jacket, comfortable, waterproof walking shoes and lost of layers should be on your list,  and whenever and wherever you may go, bring an umbrella.

HOW TO GET THERE

Scotland's five airports - Glasgow, Prestwick, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness - are all served by international flights from various airports in Europe. On top of that Glasgow Intl and Edinburgh offer the best access from overseas and are being served by numerous international airlines and all airports offer good connections to the main European hubs.