In this gay Scotland Adventure Tour, we find the most enjoyable ways to see the destination. We will start our journey with a walking tour to give some history and to view the Old Town of Edinburgh before we head to the countryside. Join us as we explore Cairngorms National Park on foot, on bicycles as well as by zip-lining through the tree-tops. Enjoy the River Braan Waterfalls, Caledonian Pine Forests, and hidden lochs. We will even have time for a private closed-door whisky distillery tour. Head to Scotland now and get your fix of men in sexy kilts.
Sep. 15, 2019 to Sep. 22, 2019 – 5498.00 USD
• Expert guide
• 7 nights accommodation
• Transfers throughout, including airport, train and ferry
• Excursions and entrance fees for the distillery tasting, art school tour, and visit to Edinburgh Castle
• Most meals, per the itinerary
• Cocktail or wine with our first and last dinners
• Local snacks for the hike
• Gratuities for restaurant/hotel staff and local guides (not our lead guide, who you may tip directly as you see fit)
• Travel insurance package covering medical, trip interruption & baggage loss. Click here for more info
• International Airfare
• Departure Transfer
• Meals & Activities not mentioned in itinerary
• Gratuities for Tour Leader ($50-$100 USD) and drivers ($30-$50 USD each)
• Beverages not mentioned above during meals.
This afternoon we head to Perthshire; with a stop along the way to enjoy a hike to the tumbling waterfalls of the River Braan. Handsome actor Ewan McGregor was born here in 1971. Surrounded by beautiful wooded glens; exploring Perth is a great way to begin our other adventures in nature.
Upon arrival in Perthshire, we will get settled into our hotel and enjoy dinner together this evening.
Recently, a visiting Norwegian photographer (who thought he may have captured a water monster at Loch Tay through his lens) argued that the famous Loch Ness is truly Scotland’s least beautiful loch, so the locals there overpromote the fantasy of Nessie to get people visiting!
After lunch this afternoon we will visit the Crannog Center, a reconstruction of an iron-age loch dwelling on stilts over the water. Possibly, sites like these prompted author J.R.R. Tolkien when he created Esgaroth or Lake-town in the 1937 novel The Hobbit. The Crannog Center is a showcase for Celtic history and culture as well as the many treasures found through underwater archaeology. This award-winning and interactive center is a living museum that helps us peek into Scotland’s past.
We will enjoy dinner and our last night in Perthshire this evening.
After grabbing some much-earned lunch we will head off to Cairngorms National Park in the central Highlands; where we will stay for the next three evenings. Our charming hotel will bring you back in time and make you really feel like you are in another world. Built-in 1860 as a Shooting Lodge, this estate helped bring Strathspey into the modern world. Queen Victoria loved the area and is known to have stayed here.
This afternoon we will enjoy zip lining through the treetops before heading back to our charming hotel for the evening. Take some time this evening to look for the Highland bull, Archie, who has spent the last 15 years grazing nearby.
This evening we will enjoy another fabulous dinner together and our last evening at our little castle away from home.
This afternoon we will enjoy a private tour of a ‘closed-door’ whisky distillery hosted by the distillery manager. There are over 120 active distilleries in Scotland and it’s famously said that “A Scottish funeral is often merrier than an English wedding” because a good amount of whisky is consumed at these events.
This evening we will transfer back to Edinburgh for our final night and farewell dinner.
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