The highlands are well-known for their majestic mountains and enchanting lochs that sweep across the land. Explore Britain’s biggest National Park, observe wild dolphins off the spectacular coast or gaze at the stunning views from Britain’s highest peak, Ben Nevis.
The region of Argyll and The Isles is home to 23 inhabited striking islands, each offering serene beaches and intimate surroundings. Known for its seven National Nature Reserves and a variety of parks and gardens, Argyll and The Isles are some of the greatest places in Scotland to spot wildlife including porpoises, puffins, eagles and red deer.
A cluster of 100 islands, 15 of which are inhabited – the Shetland Isles are closer to Norway than mainland Scotland which is very much apparent in their secluded heritage. The Norse language is still used locally with a distinct Scandinavian tone. Its rugged coastline, breathtaking beaches, sea lochs, heather-clad moorlands and soaring clifftops are unlike anywhere else in the world.
Scotland’s largest city Glasgow is home to heaps of parks, gardens, great attractions and fantastic shopping experiences. Just outside of this popular busy city lies Wildlife Reserves, woodlands and lochs perfect for exploring. This energetic city is renowned for its social nightlife full of bars, pub, amazing restaurants and live music.
Scotland’s trendy capital city Edinburgh borders with the beautifully awe-inspiring countryside and charming coastline of the Lothians. These two contrasting areas compliment each other’s blend of rich heritage, natural splendour and exploration.