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.

Below are some suggestions to give food for thought

  • a walking tour of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town
  • a panoramic coach tour of Glasgow including its galleries and murals
  • exploring St Andrews and the towns and villages of the Kingdom of Fife – ancient capital and home of golf
  • Stirling and the Trossachs – described as the Highlands in miniature , fans of Outlander may recognise many of the TV series’ locations
  • The Highlands with their stunning natural beauty recognisable across the globe from calendars and shortbread tins
  • Highland Games where ancient rulers once tested their subjects strength, speed and skills including piping and dancing
  • The Islands with archaeological sites pre-dating the Egyptian pyramids
  • Scottish Borders – synonomous with Sir Walter Scott, rich with folklore and historic abbeys that speak of the history of these “Debateable Lands”
  • Royal Deeside and Balmoral, beloved home of Victoria and Albert
  • Burns Country – land of our national poet or bard – Robert Burns
  • History – follow in the footsteps of characters from Scottish history such as Bonnie Prince Charlie or Mary Queen of Scots
  • Culture – no visit to Scotland would be complete without joining the locals for some traditional music and a wee dram
  • Natural Scotland – for such a small country Scotland offers some of the most diverse geology and biodiversity on the planet. A photographer’s dream.
  • A Taste of Scotland – find out why Scotland is renowned for its unrivalled produce from Stornoway Black Pudding to Arbroath Smokies……..and of course our Haggis!!
  • Follow the Whisky Trail – or gin if that’s your tipple!