VisitScotland has launched its first itinerary dedicated to health and wellness. The online guide focuses on the themes of mind, body and spirit and aims to inspire visitors while travelling for their well-being.
Travelling is not only a destination but also a way to enhance and maintain personal happiness and welfare. According to a recent research commissioned by the national tourism organisation, almost a third of people in Great Britain (32%) see Scotland as an ideal de
The Highlands are versatile to the seasons. Wind or rain, sun or sleet – there is always something to do. Snow in particular opens up the winding hill ranges for all the snow sports you can think of. We’re here to provide a concise list of all the winter activities at your disposal when you stay at the Highland Club, the heart of the Highlands! All the snow sports Skiing on Ben Nevis – Image Source Have you tried skiing and snowboarding and want to swoosh down Ben Nevis range
Adrenaline activities are not for everyone and the Scottish Highlands is not known for its adrenaline activities. Walks around Loch Ness, historic castles and deep-fried mars bars, certainly. But wind-flipped hair, blood rushing, stomach flipping adventures? Believe it or not, we have you covered. If a bike ride around the Highlands or a day on a golf course is not enough for you, keep reading! Munro Bagging Scotland has a mountaineering hobby of its own: Munro Bagging. A Mun