Welcome to Scotland, where whisky and golf have become integral parts of the nation's cultural identity and heritage. Your experience begins in Edinburgh, Scotland’s bustling capital, known for its stunning architecture, rich history, vibrant festivals, and picturesque landscapes. From there your journey will take you to St Andrews, widely considered “the home of golf” and a pilgrimage site for golf enthusiasts from around the globe. Continuing north towards Aviemore and Inverness, you will be able to admire the sweeping beauty of the highlands and visit some truly wonderful towns, distilleries, and of course, golf courses. From the vibrant city life of Edinburgh to the tranquil landscapes of the Scottish Highlands, you'll have the chance to immerse yourself in Scotland's charm and culture.


Day By day

Welcome to Scotland’s Capital!

Welcome to Scotland, the home of golf and fine whisky! One of our trusted chauffeurs will collect you at the airport and transport you to your hotel to settle in the heart of Edinburgh! It's a relatively small capital city and easily navigable. Edinburgh's skyline is dominated by the Castle, perched atop an ancient volcanic hill offering panoramic views. The contrast between the medieval lanes and buildings of the Old Town and the elegant Georgian architecture of the New Town, both UNESCO World Heritage sites, creates an unforgettable experience. There are also plenty of opportunities for a dram of whisky in Edinburgh, with many fantastic bars on offer! If live music is your thing, why not head over to the Royal Oak or the Captain's Bar for traditional Scottish folk music. Overnight: Edinburgh

A journey to “The Home of Golf”

St Andrews is a pleasant 90-minute journey from Edinburgh. Traversing the river Forth you’ll lay eyes upon the incredible Forth Bridges. Boat tours run from South Queensferry and we’d highly recommend one if you have time! Arriving in Fife, why not consider a round of golf at Pitfrirrane Golf Club in the country’s ancient capital, Dunfermline. Home to what may be the oldest “clubhouse” in the world – a grand, yellow castle dating from 1583. There are also two distilleries in Fife, Lindores and Kingsbarns – perfect for enjoying a dram! After reaching St Andrews and settling into your hotel, a tour of the Old Course is the perfect way to prepare for a round of golf on one of the famous Links courses in the world, never mind Scotland. Overnight: St Andrews

18 holes & incredible history

Your Scottish golf and whisky continues with you waking up surrounded by golf courses! Seven golf courses make up St Andrews Golf Links, and while the Old Course is notoriously difficult to reserve, we’ll get your group booked onto one of the other world-class courses. The New Course, despite its name, has been around for a long time. It was designed by the famous Scottish golfer and course architect, Tom Morris, and was opened for play in 1895. The Jubilee golf course dates from 1897 and the Eden Course from 1914. After your round, a stroll through the town centre will take you past the Cathedral, Castle, and University; one of the oldest in the English-speaking world, with a history dating back to the early 15th century. Round off the day with dinner at one of St Andrews' many restaurants or gastro-pubs. Overnight: St Andrews

A journey to the Cairngorms & Speyside

Aviemore is a bustling village in the heart of Scotland within the Cairngorms National Park. Surrounded by mountains and lochs, it is one of the most stunning parts of Scotland. There are golf courses dotted all over this region: Newtonmore, Kingussie, Aviemore & Grantown on Spey to name but a few. Golf clubs, trollies, and buggies can be hired at each club but are subject to availability so book with us well in advance! Speyside is one of the five historic whisky regions of Scotland and contains many world-famous distilleries such as Macallan and Glenfiddich. Taking part in a tour (or several) is a must for any discerning whisky connoisseur! Overnight: Aviemore

The Highland Capital

No trip to Scotland would be complete without a visit to the mystical Loch Ness, located close to Inverness, the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. Many an intrepid traveller has boarded a boat with the hope of catching a glimpse of the elusive Loch Ness monster, affectionately known as Nessie by the locals. Embark for a tour that unveils all the secrets and legends of the area. Back in Inverness, there are numerous options for dining and entertainment. Hootenanny is renowned for its Scottish hospitality and live music, making it a popular spot for both locals and tourists alike! Overnight: Inverness

A last round?

For your last day in Scotland, stroll around Inverness. The centre is rather small, making everything easily accessible on foot. Pause in Falcon Square to admire the unicorn statue, Scotland's emblem. Don't forget to visit Leakey's bookshop, a charming second-hand bookstore housed in a converted Gaelic Church, and Saint Andrew’s Cathedral, dedicated to the patron saint of Scotland. History abounds in and around the city as well, with Culloden Battlefield and the Clava Cairns close by. For the whisky aficionado, Tomatin, Singleton, and the brand-new Uilebheist distillery await. If you plan to round off your trip with a final round of golf, you will not be short of options here! Overnight: Inverness

Goodbye Scoltand

 As your memorable golf and whisky tour of Scotland concludes, we wish you safe travels back home, and may the echoes of your rounds and the warmth of Scotland's hospitality accompany you until our paths cross again. 


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“There are so many experiences related to whisky and golf that are worth a visit in Scotland, but I would especially recommend to ride the elevator to the top of the Johnnie Walker Experience and enjoy a drink with a view! Kingsbarns Distillery, situated just outside the charming village for which it is named is also a must-do. Home to a golf course and charming little pub it is a hidden gem on Fife’s east coast. And lastly, nip into the Cairngorm Brewery in Aviemore if you fancy something lighter than a dram! Small but full of character, you’ll surely find something to your taste among its many beers on offer.”

Neil, Local Expert



I had a general idea of where I wanted to go, but Neil, our local expert added a lot more depth and culture to the trip. He organized a guide for one of our trips, suggested and brought tickets for a number of other stops that we would not have found on our own. The hotels were all nice and conveniently located.
Patrick K.


More than once, we asked each other whether we could stay in a place for two or three weeks more. This was truly more wonderful than we imagined. Thank you Stephen for helping us to plan and for checking with us several times to make sure the trip was going well. We got to go all over Scotland with Marion's help. We saw some very beautiful areas and toured a lot of castles and whisky distilleries. My husband and I had a great time and all of our scheduled events and hotel bookings went through as planned. We never had to reach out to the agency for any booking issues. Overall, it was the trip of a lifetime and I'm so glad that I had Marion's help to plan this trip. She's very responsive and easy to work with!
Kathryn G.

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