Bespoke tours for your group
We would be delighted to help you design a bespoke tour for your group. We are happy to catered to all interests and abilities – from leisurely wildlife walks to more strenuous mountain and glen walks for the intrepid adventurer.
Most importantly, we keep group sizes small so that you get best experience possible and have full access to the ranger’s and ecologist’s expert knowledge and experience.
We have beautiful landscapes, cultural and historical sites, numerous whisky distilleries and a myriad of wildlife on our doorstep and we would love to share it all with you. We also have some of the most interesting coastal villages with fantastic beaches and bays, the great glens, tranquil lochs, scenic routes and classic views. No matter what your interests are, we can design a tour for you.
Please let us know what you would like by filling in our booking form here
In a hectic world of deadlines and stress, treat yourself to a relaxing day of slow adventure with one of our wildlife walks or safaris. These tours are ideal for those who like to unwind as they enjoy and explore the great outdoors.
You can follow a set route or have a flexible agenda of things to see. We can stop and look at whatever catches your eye with no fixed timetable or itinerary. Please give us a call and we can talk to you about what options will work for you and what experiences you want to have.
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. Whether you are a walker, photographer, keen birder, or general nature enthusiast, let our friendly guides introduce you to Scotland’s wild places.
There are other options available like seeing dolphins and whales in the Moray Firth on a sea life cruise. Take a visit to Loch Garten, famous for the ospreys, with nature trails through Scots pine woods. Enjoy the snow road from Tomintoul into Royal Deeside, a ribbon of road in the bare mountains, past the sentinel ruin Corgarff castle.
Our tours can also take you on a whisky-fuelled adventure through the stunning Speyside scenery along Scotland’s Malt Whisky Trail. Along the way we will encounter a wide selection of iconic wildlife. You will hear about the evolution of the whisky industry, and the importance of the trade to the local and national economy.
We can also take a select group out into the hidden valleys and up onto the moorland and hills. While surrounded by an array of wonderful wildlife, we can tell you about the secret history of illicit whisky making. As a result discover how this formed an important economic activity and is a highly influential aspect of Scotland’s history and culture.