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Things to do & Places to see

An abundant knowledge of Scotland's hidden treasures, there is something for everyone.    

      "There's no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing." Alfred Wainwright      

Scotland is an amazing place to capture on camera; the light is always changing from dawn to dusk, or maybe you enjoy putting up an easel and painting. If your lucky you might catch the Northern Lights. 

North Coast 500     Excellent Motorhome Tour

Scotland's answer to America's Route 66    www.northcoast500.com

If a road states unsuitable for caravans do not take a motorhome.

Avoid Bealach na Ba pass not suitable for motorhome's at the Applecross peninsula  There’s an alternative route to Applecross we would advise taking the slip road  up at the A896 which will be much safer for you; via the coastal road from Sheildaig.

Avoid the B869 from Lochinver to Kylesku not suitable for motorhome's. If you take the A837 back from Lochinver on the the main road you will be fine. As always, please take due caution on the roads and use passing places where possible.



Explorer Scotland's historic past create your own route to the famous Castles of Scotland.                 


Film trails 


Trace the steps of the stars                                                                                http://static.visitscotland.com/pdf/highlands-movie-map.pdf                         Harry Potter Glenfinnan viaduct       


Scotland is the home of golf with the oldest and most challenging courses in the world, with over 550 golf courses to choose from.                                                                                      www.scottishgolfcourses.com 



Scotland has some of the most spectacular beaches in the world                   www.thebeachguide.co.uk   

Scottish surfing championships are held in April  near Thurso


Walking in Scotland is spectacular whether you challenge yourself to a famous Munro, a coastal walk or a stroll through the woods to a beautiful waterfall, there is something for everyone.  www.walkhighlands.co.uk


Munro's - Go bag yourself a Munro                                                                      www.stevenfallon.co.uk


Mountain Railway  Cairngorm                                                                     www.cairngormmountain.org

Mountain Gondola Fort William (The only one in Britain)                           www.nevisrange.co.uk

Fishing Fully guided salmon, trout & pike fishing - Permits & Tackle included    www.fishing-uk-scotland.com

Fishing on famous rivers and lochs                                                                           www.fishing-scotland.net


Boat trips are all around the Scottish coast watch basking sharks, seals, whales, dolphins 

Oban                     www.sealife-adventures.com

Cromarty               www.ecoventures.co.uk 

Kyle of Lochalsh   www.seaprobeatlantis.com

Whiskey Trail

The Only Malt Whiskey Trail in the World the           

Scotland's distilleries are open for tours.                                          www.maltwhiskytrail.com   


Skiing & Snowboarding December to April

The Scottish  Mountains have the winter slopes and offer spectacular scenery.  Skiing in Scotland can be as good as the Alps and mostly open from December to late April and sometimes later, you will be pleasantly surprised at the excellent value for money. 

                                                                            www.nevisrange.co.uk               www.glencoemountain.co.uk

                                                                            www.ski-glenshee.co.uk            www.cairngormmountain.org

Steam Trains

Boness & Kinniel Railway

The Caledonian railway

Fort William to Mallaig     The Jacobite

The Strathspey Railway      

The Royal Deeside Railway 







Horse riding - Pony treks centres are all around Scotland trek along a beach or up the mountains, best to book in advance.

Kids A list of activities for kids to explore                http://www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk/search.php?county=highlands


Boots-n-Paddles have outdoor experiences across Scotland   Scheduled activities that can be booked online or by phone Contact: Calum 0333 600 6008

Trip Adviser 2016 Certificate of Excellence                    www.boots-n-paddles.co.uk




Loch Ness & Inverness area

  • Canoe on Loch Ness
  • Archery
  • WOW balling (Walk on water)
  • Early morning canoe safari


Rothiemurchus Estate Aviemore
  • Archery
  • Off-road Sedways
  • Canoeing


Cairngorms National Park
  • Tree Zone Arial Adventure Course



Safari Park Stirling

Great fun for all the family


Go Ape Aberfoyle

2 of Britain's longest Tree top zip wires 150 ft high, over a 90 ft waterfall


Landmark  Carrbridge Forrest Adventure Park

Not to be missed Excellent day out for the family.


Highland Wildlife Park Kingussie

The UK's only female Polar Bear amongst others


Deep Sea World North Queensferry

Scotland's largest collection of sharks


The Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary Oban

Rescue and rehabilitation centre for seals, they also have an aquarium to meet the amazing sea creatures and much more.

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