From an Individual Tour, to a Coach Tour, Walking Tour or Car Tour. You may wish to visit castles, towns, villages or countryside. The services I can provide to visitors will let you see all the places of interest to you. I will talk you through the history of our country and talk you through the history of places you visit on your tour. Walking Tours are great in cities, you can explore in detail all the places of interest and hidden gems. Private Car Tours allow you to visit places of interest and drive to places off the beaten track. If you are organising a larger party then a qualified guide is essential to make the most of your time in this great country. Tours can be Personalised to suit your specific requirements. Tours can be from a few hours to several days. Whatever your requirements, the tour will be personalised to your specific requirements.
Car Tours - Travelling by car great way to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, tours can be arranged to suit any requirements you may have. You may wish to visit places where your descendants originated, visit castles, villages, the lowland Borders or the Highlands. If you wish to visit any of our famous golf courses, or take a walk amongst some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world a personalised, guided tour by car is perhaps the best way to see Scotland.
Arriving by cruise ship? Spend the hours in port either taking in the attractions of the city or being driven through the countryside. I can meet you at all the Scottish Ports to have continuity of the same guide in each area.
Coach Tour - My services are available to Tour Companies looking for a guide to accompany their clients on half day, full day or extended tours.
Walking Tours - are a great way to explore our cities and view spectacular scenery from places which cannot be accessed by car. Walking tours are generally for the more active person, we will not be mountain climbing but Scotland has its fair share of hills!
- Castle to Palace in Edinburgh's Old Town (Allow 4 hours at least to do this, shorter versions can be adapted.)
- The Hermitage At Dunkeld (Walk takes approx 2 hours from car park. Allow 8 hours for this day)- Situated just beside Dunkeld, the Hermitage is a National Trust for Scotland property on land which stretches up the River Braan from just off the A9. What was believed until recently to be the tallest tree in the UK stands in these woods. Then someone got round to measuring it and it lost its title to a tree in Moniack near Inverness.
- Dunkeld Cathedral - The church in Dunkeld has been around a long time – over 1400 years – dating from the time when Celtic monks set up a base for mission where the River Braan joins the River Tay. Since then it has seen many changes and turbulent times, eventually becoming the beautiful, peaceful place of worship it is today. While the long and distinguished history is impressive and interesting, (longer than the nation of Scotland has existed) it is still a living, worshipping church and the Parish Church of Dunkeld - a congregation of the Church of Scotland.
- Highland Perthshire
- Hadrian's Wall in North England.
I would be pleased to meet and greet my clients on their arrival in Scotland.
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