Happy guests in 2019

November 18, 2019

As our touring season has come to an end we enjoy reflecting on the many wonderful guests who toured with us this year. They came to Scotland from all over the USA, across Canada, Australia, Belgium, New Zealand, and others.

Enjoying a four day whisky tour

A few of our guests are whisky experts and like us to organise a special experience where they can taste whiskies they cannot get at home. Others like to learn about the making of the whisky, unchanged for years and drunk all of the world.

Some of our guests were keen photographers who delighted in the special light of a Scottish sunset or the early morning light on the Hebridean island of Mull. Others were tracing their ancestry and enjoyed following in the footsteps of grandfathers and great-grandmothers who had left Dundee in Scotland many years ago for a new life across the ocean.

Clan Robertson tour

John particularly enjoyed leading two Robertson ancestry tours, as he is half Robertson, and introduced his guests to the burial place of ancient Clan Chiefs.

Dolphin spotting on the Moray Firth

Many of our tour guests had simply heard about our wonderful heritage and wanted to explore the amazing castles which are found all over the country. Some liked exploring by steam train and others by boat.

Enjoying the Steam train to Fort William

Often we would visit a castle where there were no crowds and we could explore alone. Elcho Castle, near Perth, is a great example where we found ourselves alone with 500 years of history.

Setting Sail for Inchmahome

Travelling to Inchmahome Priory on the Lake of Menteith

Enjoying the beautiful gardens

Some of our tour guests love visiting all the many beautiful gardens across Scotland including the stunning Drummond Castle Gardens in Perthshire.

See our Tours

check out our day tours and get in touch to start planning your next adventure

See our Tours

check out our day tours and get in touch to start planning your next adventure