Discover the UK's Largest and Wildest National Park

A playground for the adventurous, Scotland’s Cairngorms National Park offers some of the most fantastic walking opportunities and outdoor activities in the British Isles. Deep forests, breathtaking mountain ranges and tranquil lochs appeal to adventurers and nature lovers alike. From stretches of heather-clad moorland to rugged and snow-capped mountain tops, the diverse landscape is eagerly waiting to be explored.

The Cairngorms is home to one-quarter of the UK’s rare and endangered species of wildlife, and visitors can expect to learn about the incredible and far-reaching conservation programmes and appreciate the wonders of nature more than ever. If you are seeking to connect with nature and fall in love with Scotland, look no further than the Cairngorms National Park.

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Escape to the Highlands

From £1015pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 7 Nights
  • Discover Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Mile & Arthur's Seat
  • Stunning Glencoe - Scotland's most famous and atmospheric glen
  • Explore the magical Isle of Skye and the Cuillin Mountains

Scotland by Train

From £1485pp

Train Holidays
Duration 10 Nights
  • Jacobite Steam Train - one of the greatest railway journeys of the world
  • The magical Isle of Skye and the Cuillin Mountains
  • Mystical Loch Ness and Inverness; the capital of the Highlands

Great British Road Trip

From £2910pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 20 Nights
  • The breathtaking scenery of the Scottish Highlands and the Isle of Skye
  • Discover picture-postcard English villages in The Cotswolds
  • Explore endless attractions in the vibrant capital cities of London and Edinburgh

Outlander Tour

From £1150pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 8 Nights
  • Follow in Jamie and Claire's footsteps across Scotland
  • Explore historic Edinburgh - Scotland's magical capital city
  • Discover Doune Castle, aka Castle Leoch in the Outlander TV series

Isle of Skye & Scottish Highlands Winter Escape

From £1000pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 7 Nights
  • Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Mile & Holyrood Palace
  • Experience Glencoe, Scotland's most famous and atmospheric glen, set beneath snow-capped mountains
  • Visit the magical Isle of Skye and the Cuillin Mountains during the quieter winter season

East Highland Way

From £865pp

Walking Holidays
Distance 82 miles / 132 km
Duration 6 - 9 Nights
  • Experience fabulous views of Scotland's highest mountains including Ben Nevis and the mighty Cairngorms
  • Discover the abundant wildlife, flora and fauna of the Scottish Highlands
  • Enjoy enchanting forests, peaceful mountain wilderness and lochside trails

Cateran Trail

From £815pp

Walking Holidays
Distance 64 miles / 103 km
Duration 6 - 7 Nights
  • The breathtaking scenery of Strathardle, Glenshee and Glen Isla
  • Walk in the footsteps of the ‘Caterans’ - marauding cattle thieves who flourished in this lawless part of Highland Scotland from the Middle Ages to the 17th century
  • The lively town of Blairgowrie, the focus of the Perthshire soft fruit growing industry

Highlands & Islands Malt Whisky Trail

From £1035pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 7 Nights
  • The Malt Whisky Trail including visits to Glenfiddich & the Macallan Distilleries
  • Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Mile & The Scotch Whisky Experience
  • The magical Isle of Skye & Talisker Distillery

Cairngorms National Park & North West Highlands

From £1195pp

Walking Holidays
Duration 8 Nights
  • Discover awe-inspiring Wester Ross, one of Europe’s last great wildernesses
  • Explore mountains and lochs in Britain’s largest national park - the Cairngorms
  • Tour renowned distilleries in Speyside, Scotland’s malt whisky heartland

Speyside Malt Whisky Trail

From £620pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 4 Nights
  • Tour the famous Malt Whisky Trail including Glenfiddich and Macallan distilleries
  • Dewars World of Whisky & Edradour Distillery in Pitlochry
  • Explore mountains and lochs in one of Scotland's most picturesque regions
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