SCOTLAND

Scotland is a country crammed with charm and fun, where Nessie hides in mysterious waters and the wonder of the Northern Lights dances in the sky. The air here is thick with the legends of kings and Celtic warriors, the crisp smells of the world’s finest malt whiskies, and the roaring calls of “fore!” that fringe the world’s oldest and most revered golf links. If you are looking for a soul-stirring adventure, then Scotland is for you.

Trekerie will listen to your wishes and connect you with the best local expert in Scotland who will design a unique itinerary completely tailored to you.

SCOTLAND TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

Genealogy & Ancestry: Discover your long-lost Relatives

We can put together a specialized itinerary using our expert genealogists. Our curated experts will do all the groundwork and help you find your ancestral home in Scotland. The beauty of this itinerary lies as much in the places than in the discovery and the revelation. Our specialists will leave no stone unturned to take you to the place that your ancestors came from, even if it means opening the doors of castles or negotiating fields of sheep!

A Journey to the iconic Belmond Royal Scotsman Train

A surprising journey across the legendary cape, with its isolated villages, incredible trails, untouched beaches, stunning gorges and mysterious ‘dragon-houses’. Glide past glens, castles and heather-clad mountains in the Highlands and explore the remote sea lochs, marine wildlife and island communities off Scotland’s West Coast.

Be Whisked through the world of Scotch Whiskey

Your host, Charles MacLean, is one of the founders of The Scotch Whisky Society and has been described by the London Times as the top world expert on Scotch whisky. He will take you for a very special insiders’ access tour of the Glenkinchie Distillery, a classic lowland distillery, set in an idyllic landscape of rolling barley fields. You will then be taken to his home for a tutored whisky tasting, where you will have the chance to sample some of the world’s rarest whiskies.  Enjoy dinner tonight with Charles, at the members only Scotch Malt Whisky Society.

SCOTLAND TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

Genealogy & Ancestry: Discover your long-lost Relatives

We can put together a specialized itinerary using our expert genealogists. Our curated experts will do all the groundwork and help you find your ancestral home in Scotland. The beauty of this itinerary lies as much in the places than in the discovery and the revelation. Our specialists will leave no stone unturned to take you to the place that your ancestors came from, even if it means opening the doors of castles or negotiating fields of sheep!

A Journey to the iconic Belmond Royal Scotsman Train

A surprising journey across the legendary cape, with its isolated villages, incredible trails, untouched beaches, stunning gorges and mysterious ‘dragon-houses’. Glide past glens, castles and heather-clad mountains in the Highlands and explore the remote sea lochs, marine wildlife and island communities off Scotland’s West Coast.

Be Whisked through the world of Scotch Whiskey

Your host, Charles MacLean, is one of the founders of The Scotch Whisky Society and has been described by the London Times as the top world expert on Scotch whisky. He will take you for a very special insiders’ access tour of the Glenkinchie Distillery, a classic lowland distillery, set in an idyllic landscape of rolling barley fields. You will then be taken to his home for a tutored whisky tasting, where you will have the chance to sample some of the world’s rarest whiskies.  Enjoy dinner tonight with Charles, at the members only Scotch Malt Whisky Society.

WEATHER IN SCOTLAND

Spring

A beautiful time of year to visit Scotland. You will see the mountains, lochs and countryside in all their scenic splendor. An ideal time for outdoor activities too; like hiking, cycling, fishing, golfing and sea kayaking.

Some great events and festivals take place in May. Let our curated experts craft a unique itinerary for you!

Summer

Summer in Scotland has plenty to offer and long daylight hours. Villages, towns and cities come alive this time of year with festivals, walks, bike rides, museums, art galleries…and no matter what you’re into, there’s something out there for you to enjoy.

Fall

During the Scottish autumn, foliage creates a splendid landscape. September can be just as warm as the summer months (sometimes warmer!) and is often regarded as one of the best months to visit Scotland.

Winter

Traditionally, Scottish winters are harsh, January and February are generally the coldest months, with the daytime maximum temperatures averaging around 41°F-45 °F and days are short. It is the perfect time to take advantage of the many log fires offered by boutique hotels and pubs around the country.

Cities such as Edinburgh offer visitors a taste of a real life winter wonderland, with skating rinks and German markets turning your winter holiday into something charming and memorable.

WEATHER IN SCOTLAND

Spring

A beautiful time of year to visit Scotland. You will see the mountains, lochs and countryside in all their scenic splendor. An ideal time for outdoor activities too; like hiking, cycling, fishing, golfing and sea kayaking.

Some great events and festivals take place in May. Let our curated experts craft a unique itinerary for you!

Summer

Summer in Scotland has plenty to offer and long daylight hours. Villages, towns and cities come alive this time of year with festivals, walks, bike rides, museums, art galleries…and no matter what you’re into, there’s something out there for you to enjoy.

Fall

During the Scottish autumn, foliage creates a splendid landscape. September can be just as warm as the summer months (sometimes warmer!) and is often regarded as one of the best months to visit Scotland.

Winter

Traditionally, Scottish winters are harsh, January and February are generally the coldest months, with the daytime maximum temperatures averaging around 41°F-45 °F and days are short. It is the perfect time to take advantage of the many log fires offered by boutique hotels and pubs around the country.

Cities such as Edinburgh offer visitors a taste of a real life winter wonderland, with skating rinks and German markets turning your winter holiday into something charming and memorable.

Images of Scotland

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