There are plenty of different tours of Scotland, with a route to suit everyone. Whether you are looking for a sense of adventure, or if you are looking for a laidback experience, you can be sure that there is a route around Scotland to suit you.
Bus and Coach Tours
There are a huge selection of bus and coach tours across Scotland, from tours across the country to whirlwind city tours. Whether you have one hour or all week, there is a whole host of bus and coach tours to embark on across Scotland. Possibly the most popular choice of bus tours in Scotland has to be the city bus tours. Many people choose this type of tour when visiting Scotland’s cities in order to spot some of the sights in a short space of time. Although these tours are great if you only have a short space of time to fill, if you have more time, a bus tour of the country will allow you to take in many more spectacular and diverse sights. When embarking on a longer bus tour, you may have the chance to see the likes of mountains, beaches, castles and even the Loch Ness Monster.
There are certainly a range of bus tours to suit any time frame and budget to ensure that you make the most of your tours of Scotland.
Scotland offers some flying experiences like no other. In fact, Scotland is home to one of the most spectacular flying journeys in the world. Barra is home to the only airport in the world where flights are scheduled to land on the beach, making for a truly unique and wonderful experience. There are also a number of other flying opportunities across Scotland from helicopter rides above mountains to seaplanes. If you are looking for a flying experience like no other, then tours of Scotland is a great getaway for you.
Many great adventures in Scotland start with a ferry ride. With almost 800 islands in Scotland, ferries are a vital mode of transport for many Scottish residents, so you will never be short of ferry tours of Scotland. A great ferry journey has to be the trip from the mainland to the stunning Isle of Arran. The trip provides spectacular views of the island as well as Holy Island and beautiful views back to the mainland. Once you have “landed” on “Scotland in Miniature” there is plenty for you to do and see. From climbing the giant Goat Fell to walking the stunning Arran Coastal Way, there is something for everyone.
There are a huge range of other ferry journeys across Scotland to the likes of the Orkney Isles, the Outer Hebrides and many, many more. There is certainly ferry tours of Scotland for everyone.
One of the greatest ways to explore Scotland has to be on foot. By embarking on walking tours of Scotland, you open up a whole host of wonderful and unique experiences. Walking across Scotland allows you to take in secluded caves, such as Smoo cave on the North Highland Way and wander through ancient glens on the Great Glen Way.
If you are interested in embarking on walking tours of Scotland, then get in touch to find out what EasyWays can do for you.