"Bonny, Bonny Scotland"
From the grassy hills of the Borders to the desolate Cuillin Ridge of Skye, the landscape of Scotland is breathtaking in its variety. Lonely glens, sparkling lochs and ever changing skies give the land a challenging character which is reflected in the qualities of the Scottish people. Tough and self reliant, they have made some of Britain's finest soldiers, its boldest explorers and most astute industrialists.
"This magical, mysterious, wonderful Emerald Isle"
Many visitors see Ireland as a lush green island, full of thatched cottages, pubs, music, wit and poetry. Like all stereotypes, this image of the country has a basis in truth.
The lure of Ireland's much vaunted Atlantic shores, from the wild coastline of Cork and Kerry to the remote peninsulas of the Northwest, is strong. However, to neglect the interior would be to miss out on Ireland's equally characteristic landscapes of lush valleys, dark peatlands and unruffled loughs. Most regions are rich in historic sights from world famous Neolithic sites in the Midlands to imposing Norman castles in the North and Palladian mansions in the Southeast. The relaxed, good humour of the people makes Ireland a wonderful, welcoming country to visit.
Expert, Local Knowledge
We have been leading exclusive, private tours to Scotland & Ireland for almost 60 years and we pride ourselves in being able to show you the very best these wonderful countries have to offer. All of our guides are local to the particular region they tour in. Dedicated to customer service their knowledge is unsurpassed. As important they are also great fun!