One of Scotland’s most treasured resources is its wildlife.
Don’t miss the opportunity to witness our spectacular wildlife with Wild Alba Tours.
We will help you to get up close and personal with the flora and fauna of Speyside and the Cairngorms. We will also let you meet the people who work the land. Their stories, the wildlife and the amazing habitats all add to the rich character of the Scottish countryside.
Scotland is famed for spectacular scenery, wonderful wildlife and a fascinating history. Here at Wild Alba Tours we want to share these with you. We are passionate about spending time in Scotland’s outdoors, whether that means hiking through remote glens, up mountains or along rocky coasts. We love watching Red squirrels and Goldcrest in secluded pine forests, or exploring hidden, mysterious lochs and enchanting castles.
We believe that the best way to share our passion with guests is to keep group sizes small. This allows us to tailor our tours to suit you, and almost every aspect can be modified on your request. Just let us know.
Our tours cater to all interests and abilities – from leisurely wildlife-spotting walks to more strenuous mountain and glen walks for the more intrepid adventurer.
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Our guides are a mixture of ecologists and outdoors enthusiasts who have been lucky enough to work in some of Scotland’s most remote and beautiful environments. As well as their knowledge of Scotland’s natural heritage, they have extensive experience leading walks and guided holidays in Scotland, England, Spain, and America. Whether you are a walker, photographer, keen birder, or general nature enthusiast, let our friendly guides introduce you to Scotland’s wild places. View our tours here.
We hope to fill your day with unique and fabulous cultural, historical and nature experiences.
Other local attractions.
Highlights of the area include the Malt Whisky Trail, the worlds ultimate scotch experience; Knockando Woolmill – authentic Scottish woollens, woven in Speyside; Ballindalloch Castle one of the finest surviving examples of a Scottish Baronial Castle and the Glenlivet Estate with waymarked walks, adventure playground and a mountain bike centre.
There are other opportunities available, for example, watching dolphins and whales in the Moray Firth on a sea life cruise. Or, perhaps visit Loch Garten, famous for its Ospreys, with nature trails through Scots Pine woods or enjoy The Snow Roads from Tomintoul into Royal Deeside; a ribbon of road laced through the imposing mountains, past Corgarff Castle?