Active Tours

 Active Tours: Get out on the lochs, rivers and hills

Scotland’s dramatic landscape, islands and coastal areas are home to a vast array of flora and fauna. Visitors are invited to observe the wildlife in their natural habitats, and to be respectful towards all plant and animal species. Please remember, at certain times of the year eg. lambing, access to some areas may be restricted.

Scotland’s outdoors is a stunning and easily accessible place for active pursuits and  the perfect stage for sporting events and other outdoors events and festivals. Wind and wave power are not only harnessed to provide renewable energy but provide the conditions for active sport.

Rafting on the River Tay
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Windsurfing on the Isle of Coll
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A great way to travel around Scotland. Youth Hostelling is an excellent way to enjoy a hill walking tour.
Private rooms are available
Whichever activity you would like to do or try it can be incorporated into your tour. 
Just let me know what you are interested in.
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Go Ape: Aberfoyle - Two of Britain's longest zip wires, each stretching over 400m long, flying customers 150 feet above the ground and over a 90 foot waterfall

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