Fantastic! We’ve Received Your Private Trip Request
Many thanks for sending us your private trip request – we’ll be delighted to work with you to design and deliver a fantastic holiday in Scotland, just for you and your group.
What happens next?
- We’ll call you with a price for the number of people you have and to chat about your travel expectations.
- If you’re happy with the price and what your expectations are, then we’ll take a desposit.
- Then we’ll make all your reservations for accommodations and guides, which takes about 48 hours.
- After that we’ll let you know if your trip is confirmed and you’ll be able to book your travel to Scotland.
Thank you again for your enquiry 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 Nov 13, 2018 by Rupert Shanks
Shimmering sheltered bays, dreamy white sandy beaches and never-ending coastlines. Sea Kayaking in Scotland must be some of the best in the world! But only if you’re warm and comfortable. For that reason we’re sharing our complete guide to What to Wear Sea Kayaking in Scotland. Browse our range of guided sea kayak holidays in […]Continue Reading
Posted on Oct 19, 2018 by Malcolm O Reilly
Massive open environments, long winding trails, incredible mountainous views and a true sense of remoteness – Torridon is host to some of the most amazing outdoor locations in Scotland. Torridon possesses so much varied terrain and thus offers a ridiculously enjoyable mountain biking experience. Mountain biking in Torridon is part of one of our MTB adventure […]Continue Reading
Posted on Oct 12, 2018 by Neil Irvine
During the month of August, I was very lucky to join a group of wonderful wilderness travellers on our new Wildlife Adventure Holiday touring the incredible Inner Hebridean Islands of Mull, Staffa and Iona. We began our journey in the picturesque small town of Oban which started life as a small fishing village. The name […]Continue Reading
Posted on Oct 01, 2018 by Rupert Shanks
Gently paddling through a Scottish glen can be one of the most peaceful and therapeutic experiences around. However, like any Scottish adventure you need to be prepared for the elements. We’ve been guiding open canoeing trips throughout Scotland for 15 years. So we’re happy to share our complete guide to What to Wear Open Canoeing […]Continue Reading
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