Activities in Scotland

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  • Quad-Biking


    Quad-Biking is the next best thing to walking to see scenic Scotland. Most of the farmers in Scotland have diversified this practice into adventure/rural tourism as part of their farming business. Some of the agencies which organise Quad-Biking trips are:
    Great Away Days
    Tour Covers: Quad biking trek
    Tour ...

  • Rafting


    Battling through high rapids in water, White Water Rafting is a perfect adventure sport that will give you a real adrenaline rush. Traverse through different streams in a large inflatable craft that can carry up to 10 people.

    There are many rivers like Orchy, Findhorn and Tummel but ...

    Adventure Nature
  • Splash White Water Rafting

    Splash White Water Rafting

    A rafting trip covering a six-mile journey, it starts from the old market town of Aberfeldy. You get all equipment (wetsuits, helmets, lifejackets and paddles), transport (on and off the river) and experienced guide, a trip leader on each trip and an operations manager on dry land. Not to forget, ...

    Adventure Nature
  • Bungee Jumping

    Bungee Jumping

    Hold your breath before you try this adventure sport for it is not a joke to fall from a bridge or a mountain cliff. Enjoy an airborne flight. In a matter of few seconds, set your heart racing as you fall freely and are pulled back by the instructor. You ...

    Adventure Nature
  • Archery


    A unique adventure, archery welcomes participation from people of all ages. A lot of tourists prefer the traditional longbow archery, i.e. aimed at the board with the bow and the feathered arrows. You may book your archery session from the following options:

    Cragon Outdoors
    Tour Covers: Bow, shatter-proof aluminium ...

    Adventure Nature
  • Kayaking


    Kayaking is an adventurous way to explore the coastline of different islands and highlands in Scotland. Some of the companies that organise kayaking tours are:

    Tour Covers: All the equipment and an introductory briefing session before kayaking.
    Pricing/Fee: Adult £35, Child £20 and Family ticket (2:2) £95
    Duration: ...

  • Fishing


    Fishing is a popular sport in Scotland. You’d often find a lot of families going out for angling trips during weekends.

    There are plenty of rivers and streams in Scotland where you can find different varieties of fish like salmon, brown trout and sea trout. Some of the ...

  • Golfing


    Such is the popularity of this sport that Scotland is often referred as the home of golf. You can plan a golf break and play at one of the many Scottish golf grounds spread across the country. Surrounded by dreamy landscapes, open venues like the Old Course at St Andrews, ...

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