We have had a busy start to the season with tours in April to the Scottish Highlands, Isle of Skye and Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. The weather was very kind to us and the scenery looked great in the sunshine. We had some great guests which made the trips lots of fun. This was followed up with an ancestry tour to the lovely East Lothian region. Tennis fans from the USA were delighted to visit the home town of Andy Murray, the world’s tennis number one, to see the tennis courts he played on as a child. No matter what special interests our guests have we seem to surprise them with a few local secrets along the way.
Springtime has well and truly arrived. The sun is out today, the temperature is rising, and the sky is blue. It is a great time to be looking forward to holiday planning especially if you are planning a vacation in Scotland. We have tours ready from April and this is a great time of year to visit Scotland as all the attractions are open, the scenery is beginning to change to green from the long winter hibernation. The lambs will be in the fields. The weather can bring real surprises with warmth in the sun on many days. You can even see a Scottish working farm if you would like to visit during Springtime to see the lambing to Old Leckie Estate farm experience. This can be combined with most of our day tours in the Stirling and the Trossachs area. A great w ay to learn and enjoy the most vital Scottish industry – farming to keep us all fed with the best possible quality beef and lamb!