You can now book your household and other unconnected households onto an organised activity. This includes outdoor activities, tours and coaches. Physical distancing measures have now been removed but you are still required to wear a face covering unless exempt on coaches, tours and boat trips (this becomes guidance on 21 March). You must contact the tour operator if you’re unable to wear a face covering. Although it is not essential, it is recommended that you take a lateral flow test before you travel.
The great thing about guided tours of Scotland is that you can simply sit back, relax and listen as your knowledgeable tour guide weaves a rich web of stories about the enchanting landscapes you're passing through. Take your pick from organised group tours, bespoke private tours and self-drive touring holidays or book a local guide to explore all the parts of Scotland you really want to see.
EXPLORE SCOTTISH HOLIDAYS AND TOUR SITES
No matter which kind of Scotland tour package you choose, you're never far from fantastic attractions, all set amongst some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes in the world. Go island hopping and explore the island paradises off Scotland's coast, see if you can spot Nessie on a Loch Ness tour, take a day trip around world-famous historic attractions or book a multi-day tour to really get a feel for the country's beautiful scenery and rich culture.
Get into the spirit of things by visiting some of Scotland's top whisky distilleries.
Make Glasgow your next city break with plenty of things to see and do or take a trip elsewhere discovering the natural beauty of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs, Glencoe and much more.
Dense with wild lanscapes and often empty roads, take a look at some of Scotland's most scenic driving routes.
Whether you are travelling by air, train or bus, get some useful tips on how to get from A to B around Scotland.