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NSC Outdoor Adventures
NSC Outdoor Adventures offers guided walking holidays in East Perthshire. They specialise in high level mountain and hill walking and long distance trails including the Cateran Trail, Jock's Road and Lairig Ghru. They also offer a range of training opportunities that can be adapted to your own. Call 01828 640763 or visit NSC Outdoor Adventures for more information.
Glentrek offers Scottish walking, hiking and cycling holidays, as well as a great range of days out in the beautiful Cairngorms National Park. Glentrek is based in Angus, Scotland, less than a two-hour drive from Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow international airports. You could easily combine a city visit with a fantastic walking, cycling or active holiday. For more information visit Glentrek.
Blair Drummond Safari Park
Scotland’s safari park is located between Stirling and Doune, and is the only place in the country where you can see elephants and giraffes. Drive through animal reserves, boat trip around chimp island and watch sea lion shows and much more.
Siberian tigers, lions, bears, zebras, lemurs, penguins and camels are just a few of the wild inhabitants you can expect to see from the safety of your car. Open March – October, for more information visit Blair Drummond Safari Park.
Edinburgh Castle is situated in the centre of Scotland's capital city. Its story has helped shape the nation's story from the battles and sieges that were fought over it to the royalty that lived and died within its walls. Visit Edinburgh Castle to find out about daily tours, tickets and its rich history.
The Falkirk Wheel is the world's first and only rotating boat lift. Find out exactly how it works and take a boat trip on the wheel itself and see for miles around. The Falkirk Wheel also offers a wide range of activities including a cafe, gift shop, children's activity zone, water play park & mini-canal, canoeing, bike hire and woodland walks. For more information visit the Falkirk Wheel.
Royal Yacht Britannia
Discover what life was like on board The Queen’s floating royal residence. Located in Edinburgh the ship is consistently voted one of Scotland's best visitor attractions. Tour the five main decks from sickbay to the Royal bedrooms and treat yourself to a cup of tea in the Royal Deck Tea Room. For opening hours visit the Royal Yacht Britannia.
Cairngorm Mountain Railway
CairnGorm Mountain is home to Scotland's only mountain railway or funicular as it is sometimes known. It is a unique visitor experience and allows people of all abilities to reach the Ptarmigan Restaurant and weather watching terrace in around 8 minutes from the Base Station. From here you can enjoy stunning views over Strathspey, marvel at the mountain weather on any day, as well as relax and enjoy a meal or drink from the Ptarmigan Restaurant and purchase gifts and souvenirs from the Shop @ The Top. For more information click here.
Golfing in St Andrews
St Andrews is known as the Home of Golf. Everyone knows the famous Old Course, but there are ten other courses to choose from. All courses are open to everyone and there are options for every skill level- from beginner to pro. Take in the beautiful scenery, golfing history and tradition that can only be found in St Andrews. More information can be found at Visit St Andrews Golf.
Award Winning Beaches
There are only two award winning Blue Flag beaches in Scotland and they are both located in Fife. Stretching from Elie Ruby Bay in the East Neuk to Burntisland, visitors can take time to admire the views and even spot some dolphins and seals around the coastal rocks and dunes. Click here for information about walking the Fife Coastal Path, through all 14 beaches and fishing villages.
Sky Dive St Andrews
Experience freefall from 10,000ft over the stunning St Andrews landscapes. You can even book a cameraman to jump with you to record it onto DVD as you dive through the air at up to 120 miles per hour. Tandem jumps are available with highly-skilled and fully-qualified instructors. For more information visit Sky Dive St Andrews.