Let’s celebrate the best of Scotland from the comfort of our home

For all of us who love to travel the restrictions in place as governments across the world tackled the Coronavirus Pandemic meant that we had to stay at home and stay safe. That didn’t hold us back from continuing to explore the world.

Professional tour guide Andrew Baxter hosted a virtual tour from his home in the depths of the Scottish Highlands every week during the travel lockdown. You can still catch up with the replays whenever you want. 

From the comfort of your own armchair you can explore Scotland by travelling to the historic cities, tranquil lochs and majestic mountains of Scotland from your own home. There’s open access to three of the virtual tours in the series. To get free access to all the virtual tours we ask that you become a subscriber.

The Isle of Lewis

This tour takes us across the sea to the Isle of Lewis. Wide-open spaces and long sandy beaches characterise this island out on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Discover the impressive standing stones at Calanais and traditional crofting townships with their distinctive blackhouses.

The Road to the Isles

Whether you jump in the car or sit back in comfort on the Jacobite Express a journey along the Road to the Isles, between Fort William and Mallaig is a real treat. This is a tour that includes a famous boy wizard, a charming prince and a lord who lost his head.

Scotland’s Wild West

Head to the Highland’s stunning west coast as we explore the myths and legends of the Isle of Mull including the mysterious sinking of a Spanish galleon in Tobermory Bay. Then hop across the water to the remote Ardnamurchan Peninsula to visit a lighthouse and the ruins of Castle Tioram.

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