I look forward to showing you my beautiful
Scotland, as only a native Scot can. "
on a relaxing, small group vacation of my homeland. Welcome
to my Scottish web site, I hope you enjoy your stay. All the
links on the right-hand side of the page will lead you to my
pages on Clans, Culture, History, Poetry, People, Humour, Cookery,
Genealogy... and even my competitors in the Tour Scotland travel
business, so that you can compare prices and services. Links
on the left will lead you to information about my own small
group tours of my native homeland, and a more information about
The Herd Behind With A
Small Group Tour of Scotland
group tours of Scotland, which often include my native Fife,
are paced for discovery and understanding, not just notching
sites. Each small group is limited to an absolute maximum of
18 people, with a typical small group being just 6 or 8 people.
I prefer to guide these small groups tours of Scotland through
Scotland in a relaxing manner, staying at one or two base locations
from which we can visit places of interest - and not have to
move luggage every day. Recent Tour Scotland Tour
guests tend to be travelers rather than tourists, enjoying seeing
behind the tourist facade, while visiting with " locals
" and seeing sites not normally seen by the regular tourist.
Many group members visit Scotland to trace their Scottish ancestry;
others to golf or fish; most come to simply enjoy the beautiful
scenery, historic buildings and gardens, and most of all, to
meet and enjoy the people of Scotland. My Tours of Scotland
can be best described as being " couthy. " It's a
Scottish word meaning " gentle."
into an unforgettable Tour of Scotland ? Lots of great scenery,
for sure. Perhaps also a smidgen of something you can't quite
put your finger on, but nevertheless creates a lasting impression.
Maybe a piper or fiddler playing in the pub; perhaps a conversation
with a local; a shepherd working his dogs; fishermen landing
their catch, perhaps a family gathering. All my previous group
members have their own lists of defining moments. I wonder what
yours will be ?
from April through October is a really good time to Tour Scotland.
Spring and early summer are my particular favorites. Forests,
fields and glens offer a wonderful array of colors during that
time of year, while the long Northern days of sunshine let you
get out and enjoy it. There is also no shortage of things to
do as all the best attractions are already open, and are far
more relaxed away from the mid-summer crowds, whilst in the
cities the Arts season is in full swing. But whenever you visit,
you're always guaranteed a warm welcome in my Scotland. June
through August is the best time to attend Highland Games on
a Tour Scotland tour.
web site built by a couple of Tour Scotland members from last
year. I think you will find the site interesting and informative.
Journey Through Scotland.
group members will have the opportunity to shop, play golf,
visit local pubs and simply go for walks and enjoy local sights
and sounds. Let me know your reasons for wishing to Tour Scotland,
and see if I can best fit your needs. If you would like to visit
independently, or as part of a small group tour, or on another
Tour of Scotland, please e-mail me: