Choose Scotland for its unique experiences

From exploring old castles and breath-taking scenery to enjoying traditional music and dance, Scotland has something for everyone.
You can create a diverse itinerary that includes a mix of cultural experiences, adventure activities, relaxation, and more, catering to a wide range of interests within your group.

Day 1

Arrive in Edinburgh and journey towards Fonab.
Bar lunch at the LALIQUE bar at Glenturret Distillery followed by participation in the Whisky Maker’s Tour.
Optional spa treatments upon arrival at hotel.
Accommodation – main house at Fonab.

Day 2

Specialist tour at Blair Castle with Castle archivist.
Private RIB excursion on Loch Tay.
Sunset excursion with Landrover Safaris into the Perthshire Hills (upgrade options – surprise musical performance whilst watching the sunset, enjoy champagne and canapes as the sun sets, etc)

Day 3

Helicopter flight from Fonab to Inverlochy, taking in the sights of central Perthshire, Loch Ness – possible stop atop a mountain for scenic photoshoot and coffee / refreshments.
Lunch at Inverlochy.
Afternoon – activity of choice at Inverlochy:
- Nature tours to Achnacarry Estate
- Guided hill walking tour
- Fly fishing at Loch Arkaig
- Glencoe photography tour

Day 4

The road to Skye – immersion in Scotland’s west coast countryside:
- Road to the Isles towards Mallaig
- Ferry Crossing to Armadale
- Whisky tasting at Torabhaig Distillery
- Walking in the Cullins
Return via Skye Bridge to offer views of Eilean Donan.

Day 5

Private cruise on Loch Ness.
Highland Coo Meeting at Rothiemurchus.
Private guided tour of Ballindalloch Castle.
Arrival at Fife Arms.

Day 6

A day in Royal Deeside – options dependent on preferences:
- Wild Wildness Experience focussing on holistic wellness (wild swimming)
- Wild sketching workshop with professional artist
- Visit to Royal Lochnagar Distillery
- Visit to the Royal Stables at Balmoral Castle
- Salmon fishing on the Dee or Don Rivers
- Foraging workshops
- Pony Picnics
Evening – Hunt for the Dark Sky – spend time with a certified astronomer to enjoy an evening under the stars and hopefully witness the Aurora Borealis. The Cairngorms is a recognised “International Dark Sky Park”.

Day 7

Journey to Edinburgh.
Option to cross to the East Coast to allow time in St. Andrews:
- Golf tuition on the Duke’s Course
- Land yachting on the West Sands Beach
- Gin / Whisky Tasting at Kingsbarns Distillery
Overnight at Gleneagles Townhouse.

Day 8

Early access to Edinburgh Castle.
Print Room tour (behind the scenes) at the National Gallery.
Bespoke guided shopping tour of leading independent shops – Hawico, Stewart Christie, Gordon Nicolson, Mackenzie Leather, etc.
Chef’s table dinner experience at Tom Kitchin / Gordon Ramsey Bread Street Kitchen / The Table Restaurant.

Loch in the Highlands, Scotland.

Day 9

It's time to say goodbye to lovely Scotland and head home!

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