Magical Rowan

Of all the autumn spectacles, the changing colours of the rowan tree is a big favourite. The more common Scots Gaelic name is caorunn (pronounced choroon, the ‘ch’ as in loch). In the Highlands, the rowan is steeped in folklore. It was seen as…

Dog friendly things to do in Scotland

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Dog friendly things to do in Scotland Are you searching for activities to do with your doggos on your holiday in Moray Speyside? You have come to the right place! We know how special it is to share experiences with our four-legged friends. That…

What the heather do you mean?

Do you know your cross-leaved heath from your ling and bell? Wild Alba Tours is here to help you learn about Scotland’s plant life. Imagine a vast purple hillside in Scotland. You would think that just one plant was responsible for creating such a…

The USA meets The Highlands

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Join us in Ballindalloch on our Woodland Wildlife & Heritage Tour today! We were delighted to welcome Eugenia and Rick who travelled all the way from Washington DC to experience the beauty of the Highlands. Our first (almost) wild encounter was Miss Ethal, The…

Lambing tour in Speyside, Scotland

It’s lambing time at The Haugh Farm! Ian and his son Sam travelled from London to experience what life is like on a family farm in Scotland. From the moment we arrived, we could hear the sweet sound of young sheep in the fields…