Fantastic! We’ve Received Your Dream Ideas
Many thanks for sending us your tailor made holiday ideas – we’ll be delighted to work with you to design and deliver a fantastic holiday in Scotland, customised just for you.
What happens next?
- We’ll chat over the ideas within the team here and dedicate our most knowledgable travel designer to take your dream trip forward.
- This request gives us a great idea of your preferences and means we can start designing a fantastic experience. We’re sure we’ll need a little more information so we’ll likely give you a call or email you to discuss the details of your dream holiday with you.
- We use our knowledge, expertise and experience to design an outline itinerary and prepare quote for you, which we will send by email.
- From there we’ll work together with you to finesse your customised experience and when you’re completely happy, make the booking for your party and you can look forward to visiting Scotland.
Thank you again for your ideas and we’ll be in touch soon to plan your holiday in Scotland.
The Wilderness Blog
While you’re getting excited about travelling to Scotland, have a look through our latest blog articles below for inspiration and anticipation.
Posted on Apr 24, 2018 by Rupert Shanks
If you don’t like the weather, wait 5 minutes. Although this cliche raises a smile, it can also give a slither of insight when planning what to wear hiking in Scotland during summer. We have been taking folk on hiking holidays in Scotland for over 16 years. Our combined hiking experience amongst the team must […]Continue Reading
Posted on Apr 23, 2018 by Rupert Shanks
The Highlands are coming to life again! To celebrate we are offering a Spring Sale. Save up to *£250 per person on your 2018 Scottish adventure holiday! Spring is a time of creativity and new plans for adventure in the year ahead. We love this time of year when our local wildlife and flora starts […]Continue Reading
Posted on Apr 20, 2018 by Cory Jones
The archipelago of Orkney is not only a cultural gem with some of Europe’s best archaeological sites, but Orkney wildlife is thriving and waiting to be discovered. The first time visitor to Orkney will be surprised by the diversity of landscape across the islands, from high moorland to immense sea cliffs, unspoilt wetlands and pastures. […]Continue Reading
Posted on Apr 06, 2018 by Rupert Shanks
Landscape art – of any kind – shows you not the end result of creativity, but what inspired it. At first it seems to be entirely result-oriented, but it is being in the presence of nature and feeling the urge to capture that through creative expression which is the true goal. Photography is not a […]Continue Reading
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