I live in Fife but guide throughout Scotland.

Time is a valuable resource so I want to ensure that you use yours to maximum effect. From a half-day walking tour of Scotland’s historic capital city of Edinburgh to an extended exploration of the Highlands and Islands, I can help with planning and organisation as well as delivery.

I particularly enjoy special interest groups where the tour is built around a specific theme. Be it flora and fauna, sport and activities, genealogy, religion, food and drink, needlework – even retail therapy – if I can’t accommodate it then I’m sure to know a colleague who can!

I work with a number of high-end companies who are happy to accommodate transport needs for the independent traveller – from chauffeur-driven cars to executive mini-buses and luxury coaches. Alternatively, I also provide a “step-on” service for those who already have their own transport.

The Gallery shows some suggestions

  • Edinburgh
  • Glasgow
  • St Andrews and Fife
  • Stirling and the Trossachs
  • Highlands
  • Islands
  • Scottish Borders
  • Burns Country
  • History
  • Culture
  • Natural Scotland
  • Food and Drink

Scotland was named one of the top countries in the world to visit in 2014 by travel guide Lonely Planet – Scotland’s “jam-packed schedule of world-class events” made it “the place to be” in 2014. The profile of our small country has never been higher.