Described by one critic as a “Jack of all trades, and a master of all” Gary Innes is a popular Scots musician perfect for those exploring the genre.
Discover the hidden Highlands by following fisherwomen down the Whaligoe Steps
Just a few steps from the busy A9 you will step back 200 years to the harsh life of a small fishing community clinging to the rocks far below.
On the trail of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites
For many centuries Lochaber was considered an epicentre of disorder and disloyalty in the Scottish Highlands. It’s unsurprising that it was viewed as the very…
Culloden Battlefield and Cawdor Castle
Step back in time to experience the last pitched battle fought on British soil and hear the real stories behind the bloody Battle of Culloden…
Malt Whisky Explorer
Embark on a tour to the heart of Malt Whisky country where you will tour two historic distilleries – Cardhu and Glenlivet – and enjoy…
Distilleries old and new
A tour along the Moray Coast to visit three very different distilleries – from the resurrected Benromach, to the long established Glen Moray before visiting…
In the footsteps of ancient kings
Argyll is considered by many to be the cradle of the Scottish nation we know today, where the earliest kings were crowned. It’s a place…
Review: Calibre hits the target in gritty Scottish drama
There’s a beautiful bleakness to the close knit rural Highland community portrayed in Calibre. You see the villager’s on-the-surface indifference to the arrival of two out-of-town Central Belt blokes.
Get away from the tourist crowds and discover Edinburgh’s wild side
Discover the stunning beauty of Edinburgh’s own wild playground and find out about some of it’s hidden secrets.
Why being a guide in the Scottish Highlands is the best job in the world
Professional guide, Andrew Baxter, explains why touring the Scottish Highlands is the best job in the world.