If you could choose a fantasy guest list to invite to a Burns Night Supper who would you chose? Here, professional guide Andrew picks eight figures from historic and modern Scotland who are his ultimate guest list.
Scotland’s ultimate fast food – The Scotch Pie
Discover why you must try a tasty Scotch Pie when you visit Scotland. Be careful though! They are seriously addictive.
Explore the hidden Highlands at Elgin Cathedral
Join professional guide Andrew as he discovers the medieval ruins Elgin Cathedral.
Stormy weather on the road to Iona
It’s been a wild 48 hours in the Scottish Highlands, with high winds and driving rain. Many of our ferries to the islands are out…
Feel the lure of the mermaid pulling you to Balintore
Balintore in the north of Scotland has a local legend of a mermaid caught by a fisherman. The Mermaid of the North celebrates that story in sculpture.
The 10 best places to photograph Ben Nevis
Ben Nevis is an elusive mountain as you can’t see it from Fort William built below its slopes. Here are 10 great spots where you can grab a fab view.
The ghostly rigs floating in the Cromarty Firth
This photo from the Cromarty Firth is a surprising choice in our 2020 Scotland’s Coasts and Waters journey. Who would have thought two oil rigs…
Finding nature’s inspiration in the birks of Aberfeldy
What on earth is a “birk”? And where is Aberfeldy? Two good, and sensible, questions to start this blog post. Birk is one of those…
Aberdeen – Scotland’s granite city made rich by the sea
It’s off to the East Coast for this 2020 Coasts and Waters photo. Aberdeen is a bustling city, made prosperous by the offshore energy industry…
Let’s celebrate the coasts and waters that make Scotland spectacular
In 2020, Scotland celebrates its Coasts and Waters with a year-long programme of events and activities. This will shine a spotlight on these vital elements…