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Scottish Higlands

Discover the Scottish Higlands.

Big skies and even bigger landscapes. Mountains, lochs and National Parks await your visit. The Highlands stretches from Fort William in the west around the coast by Skye up to John O’Groats in the far north and to Elgin in the east.

The region is extremely diverse and there is plenty to see and do. It’s easy to get around too using the network of public transport and roads. Whilst remote, the Highlands are a beautiful part of Scotland and well worth the journey.

Map of the Scottish Highlands
Scottish highlands

Big skies and even bigger landscapes.

Speyside is Scotland’s most prolific whisky producing region with over 50 distilleries – more than half of all distilleries in the country – there is a huge focus on the water of life. Let us organise a tour at one of them for you so you can take home a memento. If alcohol is not your tipple, what about a traditional Highland games experience. You and your fellow office professionals will be split into “clans” to compete against one another. You’ll battle it out for Tug O War and Tossing the Caber champions. But to make the most of the competitive experience, make sure you decide on a forfeit for the losing team!

Why Visit?

Visit the majestic mounts and lochs, pass through Britain’s largest National Park, witness dolphins swimming off the Moray Coast and gaze in awe at the sensational seascape of the North Highlands. Take in Ben Nevis or explore stunning islands and stretches of coast line. Whatever it is that takes your fancy, the challenge isn’t packing your itinerary full of activities, it’s having enough time to do it all!

Nearest Airports

Edinburgh is the nearest Airport and one of the busiest in Scotland, in 2018 handling over 14.3 million passengers. Glasgow Airport is also great place to start your trip to the Scottish Highlands, which is the second biggest airport in Scotland and handle 9 million passengers per year.

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Make sure to visit Speyside, which is renowned as the most prolific whisky producing region in Scotlands, with over 50 distilleries. Or if alcohol is not your tipple, what about a traditional highland games experience. You and your fellow office professionals will be split into “clans” to compete against one another.

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