Scotland is not just the home of the popular Braveheart. It is home to beautiful castles and parks alike, mountain ranges you can climb and of course, a wee bit of whisky! (Take a swig, you won't regret it. Though teeming with lovely views, fauna, and the like, don't forget to make a bit of a visit to their cities that hold equal charm. Travel west to the islands of Islay, Jura, and Mull. Wherever you are, Scotland has its surprises suited for anyone.

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Must Do Adventure

  • Go on hiking tours or enjoy boat trips to the Isle of Skye and the Scottish Highlands on the Scotland Tour. Set your adrenaline racing with heart-pumping hikes in Cairngorms National Park at the Scottish Highlands and fall in love with the charming locations at the Isle of Skye that include Fairy Pools, Neist Point, and more.

    Marvel at the scenic landscapes of the Isle of Skye and Scottish Highlands
  • Unravel the mysteries of the Loch Ness Monster on the Scotland Tour. Visit Loch Ness, to catch a glimpse of Nessie, the tall and thin greenish animal, with a tail, a hump, and a long neck. She appears and disappears at lighting speed, leaving, and you will be entranced if you happen to catch a glimpse of her.

    Search for the mysterious Loch Ness Monster
  • Relish the bold and smooth notes of the flavor of whiskey from the famous distilleries of Scotland. Visit the whiskey regions on the Scotland Tour. Taste sweet, fruity, and caramel whiskey at Speyside and smoky peated whiskey at Islay. Try the zesty and malty whiskey at Lowland, and a diverse variety at Highland.

    Savor the flavors of the finest Scottish Whiskey

Bucket List Experience

Edinburgh | Bucket List Group Travel


Enjoy the Scotland Tour on a stately note at Edinburgh Castle, that pierces through the skyline of Edinburgh. Proceed to admire the art of Surrealism and Dadaism at Modern Two Gallery and explore the geology and sociology of Scotland at the Museum of Scotland. Check out the amazing works of modern portraitists at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery and have fun at The Edinburgh Festival. Attend the special events at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and stroll down the Portobello Beach before heading back home.

Stirling | Bucket List Group Travel


Explore the fascinating attractions of Stirling on the Scotland Tour. Visit Dunblane Cathedral to check out the brilliant stained glass windows and then stand by the “Woven Sound” sculpture to view the thunderous Falls of Faloch. Let the intriguing secrets of Stirling Castle stir your senses but shake it off with the most panoramic vistas of Scotland from the crown of the Wallace Mountain. Take part in the games at Stirling Old Town Jail and take a boat safari at Blair Drummond Safari Park.

Portree | Bucket List Group Travel


Whip out your cameras and get ready to capture the scenic landscapes of Quiraining on the Scotland Tour at Portree. Go on idyllic boat cruises at the vibrant Portree Harbor and admire the unique designs of pottery at Edinbane Pottery. Attend the interactive exhibition at Culloden Battlefield and indulge in arts and entertainment at Aros Community Theater. Stir the adrenaline-junkie in you by hiking along the steep trails at The Storr and give in to the calmness of the surroundings at Glen Coe Viewpoint.

Glasglow | Bucket List Group Travel


Explore the Scottish culture at Glasgow on the Scotland Tour. Visit Glasgow Cathedral and examine the exhibits of St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art. Stand amazed at the architectural wonder of Glasgow School of Art and then browse through the trendy cafes and high-end shopping malls at Sauchiehall Street before stepping into Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum to check out the charming collections of continental and British paintings. Take a stroll in the picturesque, lush green and flowery Victorian Gothic garden Necropolis before returning to the hotel.

Orkney | Bucket List Group Travel


Revel in the beauty of Orkney on the Scotland Tour. Take up the challenge of hardcore climbing at Old Man of Hoy or take it slow at the golden beach by the silky blue bay at Sands of Wright Beach. Visit the artistic architecture, the Italian Chapel that stands out in the rugged landscape of cliffs and crags and go bird-watching at the awe-inspiring location, Marwick Head. Discover the rich history of Orkney at Ring of Brodgar and marvel at the beauty of St. Magnus Cathedral.

Isle of skye | Bucket List Group Travel

Isle of Skye

Spend a day of the Scotland Tour at the Isle of Skye, the most spectacular location of Scotland. Hike up to the summit of the Old Man of Storr to feast your eyes on the impressive landscapes, and then take another short hike to Rubha Nam Brathairean to check out the stunning scenes that meet the eyes. Stop to admire the rugged beauty of the Kilt Rock and Mealt Falls, and fall in love with nature at Quiraing and take a tour of the Dunvegan Castle too.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Scotland Tour during the spring season between March and May and during the autumn season between September and November. 

Travel Guide


Scotland is a part of the UK. The country shares borders with England and encompasses about 800 islands like Skye, Arran, and more.

Capital City

The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh.

Main Airport

Glasgow International Airport in Glasgow is the biggest and most important airport in Scotland.

Language Spoken

The official language of Scotland is English, and Scottish Gaelic and Scots are the secondary languages.


The currency of Scotland is Pound sterling.


The citizens of the US do not require a visa to enter Scotland and stay up to 90 days. Citizens of India need to apply for the Standard Visitor Visa from the UK for the Scotland Tour.


The standard values vary between 230 volts and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for type G plugs.


The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Scotland tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free numbers 999 if you are in danger and 101 for local police during the Scotland Tour.

FAQs about Scotland

What is internet access like in Scotland?

There is full availability of the internet at cafes, hotels, and public places in Scotland. Connect to the wi-fi hotspots and browse the internet for free.

Can I use my mobile phone in Scotland?

Buy a prepaid sim card of any cellular network like Orange, Vodafone, 02, Three, and T-Mobile to make local calls on the Scotland Tour.

How are the toilets like in Scotland?

The public toilets are clean and western-style and usually charge an amount for use. Carry toilet paper, soap, and water for washing if you need it.

Can I drink tap water in Scotland?

The tap water of Scotland is safe for consumption. 

Are credit cards accepted widely in Scotland?

Most restaurants, hotels, and stores accept credit and debit cards like Visa, American Express, MasterCard, JCB, and Diners Club.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Scotland?

There is a reasonable number of ATM centers all over Scotland, except for in the rural parts. The machines do not run for 24 hours, so keep loose cash with you wherever you go.

What to wear in Scotland?

Pack your sweaters and casual t-shirts, dresses, pants, trousers, and more to travel in style during the Scotland Tour.

Is Scotland safe for women to travel solo?

Scotland is quite safe for women to travel solo.