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Scotland Group Package

Scotland is often visited by tourists who wish to ignite their adventurous streak. This country provides mind-blowing adventure activities that can be enjoyed by children as well as adults.
Paddleboarding, river rafting, kayaking, scuba diving, and paragliding are a few of them. Paragliding especially gives you a proper picturesque of the hills and the scenery. Soar high above the beautiful landscapes. Journey across the pristine coastline of the beaches! Navigate through the waters if you are an expert in swimming. Our Scotland Group Tours makes sure you have an exhilarating experience during your stay.

Best Places to Visit in Scotland

Scotland is a beautiful country bounded by the Atlantic Ocean and is located in the United Kingdom. The capital city of Scotland is Edinburgh. Scotland is home too magical castles and its stunning scenic beauty. It has hills that provide tremendous views.

  • Edinburgh - The capital of the country has a lot of offer. The Edinburgh Castle is a major landmark in the city. The castle is a storehouse of Scottish artifacts like weapons, jewels and also ancient clothing. The firing of the gun at the castle takes place at 1 pm on all days of the week except on Sundays. To see that, make sure you are on time. St. Giles Cathedral is another attractive spot in Edinburg. Don’t skip the World of Illusions. The rooftops offer scintillating views and are a great place for friends and families.
  • Bealach Na Ba - It’s a curvy and twisting track that rises up to 2054 feet. It’s advised to take this route only if you are an expert in driving. The road is narrow. This road must be avoided in bad weather conditions. However, the amazing view of the Wester Ross is breath-taking.
  • Luskentyre Sands - It's one of the best beaches in Scotland. It has crystal clear water. The quality of sand is extremely nice and it looks awesome. One could easily feel like it is a tropical beach in the Caribbean.
  • The Village of Crovie - Do you wish to escape the hustle-bustle of the mundane modern life? This is your go-to spot. Enjoy the view in this village, sitting next to the sea. Don’t expect mobile network while you are there.
  • The Bracklinn Falls - The view of this falls has been captivating people’s hearts for a long time. Enjoy the blissful view of the falls from the cascade above.

Best Season to Visit Scotland

The best season to visit this beautiful country is during spring. The second choice would be autumn. Scotland remains comfortable through the year. You can see snow even during the months of April and May. If you wish to go skiing, winter would be best and if you have planned hiking, summer it is!

Best Way to Reach Scotland from India

You need a catch a direct flight from any of the Indian airports that provide flights to Edinburgh since there is no possibility of catching a direct flight to Scotland. You can choose from either Air India or British Airways.

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FAQs for Scotland

Till what time are restaurants and nightclubs remain open?

Restaurants, bars, and nightclubs remain open till 12 am. However, there are some pubs which remain open even after that.

Should we expect power cuts in Scotland?

The power supply in Scotland is pretty decent. People usually don’t complain about power-cuts. It is a very rare situation. Even if such a situation arises, it is made sure that it is fixed quickly so that it does not cause any inconvenience to the residents and tourists.

At what time should one visit the markets?

Most markets usually open at 9 am in the morning and close down at 5 pm. Some shops, however, remain open till late at night. There are many shops that remain open even on weekends for visitors. So, if you plan on visiting the markets on a holiday, it is perfectly all right. You may still find all you need. Don’t forget to collect some souvenirs.

Should I tip waiters at restaurants?

Restaurants and pubs shall include a service charge on your bill. However, if you wish to tip the waiter separately, you can.

Is tap water in Scotland safe to drink?

Tap water in Scotland is extremely pure and hygienic. The regulations in Scotland are decent. Health and hygiene are maintained for the well and good of the citizens and the visitors. Thus, it is perfectly safe to drink tap water in Scotland. However, if you are particular about the quality of water you drink, it is advisable to purchase bottled water from the shops or departmental store. However, make sure the bottles are sealed.

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Various factors need to be kept in mind before planning a trip. Scotland has mesmerizing beauty, markets, a historical touch as well as adventure activities to offer. But, before you book your tickets, take note of the following thing:

Best Cuisines to try out in Scotland

  • Dundee Pie- A disappointment for the vegetarians out there but a delight for non-vegetarians! The perfect mix of muttons and spices will definitely satisfy your taste buds.
  • Black pudding- Black pudding is a must try when visiting Scotland. Made with bacon and mushroom, it may not look palatable but it definitely is.
  • Scones- Scotland produces its own cheese and so they have it as a dessert instead of a sweet dish like in other countries.
  • Scottish Salmon- It’s a must-try for all the tourists visiting Scotland. It’s a dish to be had for breakfast. Scots have a huge inclination towards this.
  • Porridge- Try this out for lunch or dinner. Let your taste buds get a blast of delicious and mouth-watering porridge.

There are more cuisines that can be tried in restaurants in Scotland. You could also try their palatable street food.