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Customer Kudos

Every client receives a feedback survey when they return from their guided, self guided or tailor made holiday with us.

Once completed the review is published on our website just as soon as our database updates. The little touches and details are important to us and where issues are raised we make positive changes to our trips to improve your experience.

That's why we read each of our client's reviews and although we don't respond to all of them, if it's glowing feedback then we get the satisfaction of helping to make your holidays truly memorable.

Wilderness Walking - The Knoydart Peninsula
One of the best holidays, and certainly best walking holidays I've done in 35 years.

Anita Donley


Wilderness Walking - Wilds of Assynt
I seldom wax lyrical about travel companies, however I have nothing but praise for Wilderness Scotland. Your business model clearly works supplemented by that essential ingredient: charming, efficient and professional staff. I really enjoyed my week with you and would hope to come again !

Tim Hare


Sea Kayaking - Scottish Sea Kayak Trail South - The Whisky Coast
This was our 5th trip with Wilderness Scotland, and as always we had a great time, and were left wanting more.

Joseph Sacco


Rated 4.85 out of 5 based on 3354 reviews from people who have travelled with Wilderness Scotland

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Perthshire and Southern Highlands

  • Perthshire is known as Scotland's 'Big Tree Country' so it's no surprise that the tallest tree in the UK can be found here. It also boasts one of the oldest trees, the famous Fortingall Yew tree, which is said to be at least 3,000 years old, and possibly up to 5,000 years old!

Perthshire is the perfect location for multi-activity trips exploring the landscape by canoeing, hiking, gorge-walking, mountain biking and climbing.

For the walker, there is everything from gentle forest walks through to some of the highest peaks in southern Scotland, almost 4,000 feet high. Mountain biking facilities are also excellent with both natural trails and purpose built tracks in the area.

There are large areas of open water such as Loch Tay and Loch Faskally, as well as exciting sections of moving water, such as on the River Tay, which makes for an epic journey for more experienced canoeists.

Our family adventures combine some guided activities with some time for your family to explore on your own.



If you find yourself overwhelmed by the choice, or if you have questions about your fitness or suitability for any of these holidays, please feel free to contact our office on +44 (0)1479 420020 or by email.

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