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Scotland is a land of dramatic landscape, fascinating legends, rich history and living traditions. We invite you to discover a little bit of all these things in our walking holidays in Scotland with some suggested itineraries. Start with the beautiful city of Edinburgh, where you can explore the historical centre and some of its green areas. You can add an extra day to hike in the Pentland Hills before heading to the North. Then go to the Scottish Highlands, with its mountain ranges, lochs, beaches, glens, wildlife, battlefields and ancient monuments. Over there you can do the West Highland Way or climb to the top of the highest peak in the UK, Ben Nevis. We also offer the possibility of exploring some of the beautiful islands like Island of Skye and Island of Mull, among others.
These are the places that you can visit in our walking holidays in Scotland. If you want to add more places and other activities, please check with us about the possibilities. We can propose an itinerary according to the places you wish to visit and the number of days available, but we are open to your suggestions.
City tour to explore the most famous places of Edinburgh: Royal Mile, St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh Castle, Princess St. Gardens, Holyrood Palace, Grassmarket, etc. A hike to Arthur’s Seat, the famous mountain of Edinburgh and also a dormant volcano is included. You can choose to stay in a hostel or Bed and Breakfast.
The Pentland Hills Regional Park is a great place for walking not far from Edinburgh and easily accessible by bus. There are 100 km of waymarked routes that are suitable for all levels of fitness. We can provide you with information to do some trips on your own or you can hire one of our experienced guides.
This area of Scotland is well known for its beauty and it has become a paradise for hikers. We can take you to the most famous places of the Highlands such as Loch Lomond, Fort William, Glen Nevis, Ben Nevis, Glencoe, etc. If you are a strong hiker and want to enjoy a few days in the Highlands, we can prepare the famous West Highland Way for you, arranging a guide and accommodation along the way.
CAIRNGORMS NATIONAL PARK
Here you can find Britain’s highest and most massive mountain range, its biggest native forests, very clean rivers and lochs, moorland and farmland and a rich wildlife. Whether you are interested in hiking or in wildlife watching, we can help you to prepare your trip to this part of Scotland.
INVERNESS AND LOCH NESS
We can help you to arrange tours and accommodation in these famous places in the North of Scotland.
Scotland has a great selection of islands to visit where you can enjoy beautiful landscapes and do outdoor activities. We can help you to discover the islands of Arran, Mull, Skye, Orkneys and Shetlands. Let us know which ones you want to visit, how many days and which activities you would like to do there, and we will do our best.
If there are other places of Scotland that are not in this list and you would like to visit in your tailor-made trip, please, let us know in case we can organize a trip there.
You can check our group trip to Scotland for an idea of an itinerary that you can do with us, but there are many other possibilities we can offer to you!
We will give you the quote of your trip once you tell us about places you want to visit and number of days you have for your holidays.
This price includes:
– Guiding services (if requested).
– All transfers and transportation.
– Accommodation for all the nights of trip, in hostels or bed & breakfasts.
This price does not include:
– International flights.
– Personal travel insurance.
– Meals (unless requested).
All year round.
Our tailor-made trips in Scotland are for private groups from 2 to a maximum of 20. The price of the trip will reduce with the number of members in the group. Furthermore, if you get more than 3 people to travel with you, you will benefit from important discounts; check Travel for free in our website for more information. For just one person it is better to join one of our travel groups because otherwise it would be too expensive as a private trip, unless you are thinking on booking specific sections. Our next group trip to Scotland will be in June: Hiking in the Scottish Highlands.
Currency: Great British Pound (£) GBP. (€1 corresponds to about £0.73).
Climate: Scottish climate varies greatly from one region to another. The western Highlands are some of the wettest and windiest places in Europe while the eastern part of the country has a very low annual rainfall. January and February are generally the coldest months in Scotland, with temperatures reaching a maximum of 5º-7°C. July and August are normally the warmest months with temperatures of an average 19 °C.
Health: European card is valid.
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