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Glencoe

Highlander GOAT

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January — December

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Enjoy the scenery and the hospitality of local people, as well as various activities along the way such as hiking, distillery hopping, monster hunting, stuffing your face or whatever takes your fancy.

Do not forget that during the tour you are not led, you lead and the tour is yours! We are flexible and your tour can be adapted and changed according to your interests. If you can’t look at another castle during the trip, want to skip one attraction to see another, want to stay in one place for longer-it is completely up to you. On the day of your tour, we will provide a list of all attractions along the way which are often not mentioned in tour guides so you have a chance to see something else. We are the only company which does it this way! 

Contact details

MAD GOAT offbeat tours of scotland
7/8 Arthur Street
Midlothian
Scotland
EH6 5DA
Starting
Edinburgh
Length
Bespoke
Transport
Driver guide Walking
Type
Bespoke Private
Languages
English Italian Portuguese Russian Spanish

Attractions

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MAD GOAT offbeat tours of scotland

MAD GOAT- Offbeat Tours of Scotland, is the answer for travelers who are inquisitive explorers. Our tours are private which means that you are in charge, but of course, we will advise you on the places that you can’t miss! The attractions that spark your interest and the pace in which you want the tour to go is completely in your hands. Our guides are a bit MAD, hence the name. MAD to go a bit further, MAD in the belief that there is always something new to discover and they will not leave any stone unturned to make sure you will have the best possible time in Scotland!

Opening times

9:00-17:00

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