INCENTIVE TRAVEL TO SCOTLAND?

Scotland incentive travel

The Scottish landscape is known as one of the most spectacular in the world. You will experience this when you see the beautiful mountains, dramatic coastlines, picturesque lakes and rivers and beautiful forests on a Scotland incentive trip. Did you know that Britain’s 10 highest mountains can be found in Scotland? And that Scotland has more than 970 islands?

The Scottish Highlands

Discover the Scottish Highlands, selected by Lonely Planet as “Best in travel 2019”. The country’s largest region offers hundreds of iconic destinations and experiences, along with centuries of history, culture and traditions.

Whiskey tasting

Part of history is, of course, the whiskey. You can’t really leave Scotland without tasting Scotch whiskey while visiting a distillery. You will learn more about the different types of whiskey and the preparation processes.

Highland safari and boat trip

Go on a highland safari in a 4 × 4 jeep, climb mountains and cross rivers! Or how about an adventurous day by boat on a Loch, a BBQ lunch on one of the islands and end the day with traditional Scottish Highland Games?

Edinburgh Castle

But Edinburgh is also worth a visit. Whether you’re looking for lively, bustling pubs or charming old buildings, culture and history – Edinburgh has it all. Travel back in time and visit Edinburgh Castle, located in the center of the city. It offers a beautiful view and many attractions.

Camping 'Into the wild'

Experience Scotland at its best and embrace nature by camping in one of the beautiful locations. Whether next to a loch, in the forest or on a mountain, we are always surrounded by beautiful scenery and equipped with every comfort. Admire the sunset as you sip a beer around a wild cracking fire, enjoy a tasty barbecue and try out local wild whiskeys. Learn to survive in the rugged nature of Scotland during a wilderness survival workshop! From making a fire to reading a map and building a shelter. Become one with Mother Nature!

Possible activities

Practical information

  • Scotland is best visited during the spring (late March to May) and autumn (September to November)
  • National languages: English,Scots and Scottish Gaelic
  • Time zone: GMT +1
  • Currency: Pound Sterling

An Incentive example trip for inspiration, can be completely customised to your wishes

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PROGRAM

Day 1: Arrival to Edinburgh
Day 2: Castle & Whiskey
Day 3: Highland Safari
Day 4: Loch Lomond and Highland games
Day 5: Exploring Glasgow and Departure

 

Day 1 - Edinburgh

 

Welcome to your incentive travel in Schotland!

Explore Scotland’s capital city today. No matter if you are looking for vibrant, buzzy pubs or charming old buildings, culture and history – Edinburgh has it all!

Travel back in time by visiting Edinburgh Castle. Situated in the city centre it not only offers you loads of wisdom but also gives you the most amazing views. Don’t miss the fulminant 1 o’clock gun! Being in the United Kingdom there is no way to escape the royal charm. Explore the Palace of Holyroodhouse and the Royal Yacht and get a
glance at the royal history.

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Day 2 - Castle & Whiskey

Start your day by visiting Scone Palace – the place where Scottish kings Macbeth, Robert the Bruce and Charles ll were crowned. There is a lot to explore inside the palace but the property has even more to offer: Surrounded by large gardens and impressive woodland allow some time to stroll around and admire the beautiful scenery. In the afternoon you will have a real Scottish Whisky experience. By visiting Glenturret distillery you will learn more about the different kinds of whisky and its processes of making. Established in 1775 it has a lot of knowledge to share. Your visit includes a tour around the distillery as well as a whisky tasting.

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Day 3 - Highland Safari

 

Fancy some adventure? Then today is your day!
Get ready to mount a 4×4 Vehicle, climb steep mountains and cross floating rivers. Are you brave enough to get behind the steering wheel? This is your perfect chance to experience Scottish nature and spot unique wildlife while enjoying amazing views, a unique experience during your incentive travel in Scotland!

Stretch your legs and get ready to be amazed – we are going on a hike. The Trossach combines lochs, hills and forests in a unique way. It features Scotlands largest loch Loch Lomond as well as 21 more lochs. There are numerous of walks to enjoy here, giving you the best of Scottish nature and wildlife.

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Day 4 - Loch Lomond & Highland Games!

Loch Lomond is the UK’s largest inland waterway. It is 24 miles long and almost 5 miles at its widest point. It’s interspersed with unspoilt, picturesque islands and surrounded by a wonderful landscape of hills and glens. Have an adventurous day speed boating across the Loch, enjoy a BBQ lunch on one of the islands and finish of the day with traditional Scottish Highland Games.

Highland Games are a powerful symbol of Scotland’s national identity. The caber toss, hammer throw and Highland dance, originally keeping clan warriors strong and agile for battle, are instantly recognised the world over.

We’ll end this amazing incentive trip through Scotland with a Scottish farewell dinner. All men will wear Kilts matching with the women who wear their Sash. One can be piped to the special dinner by a bag piper who is traditionally dressed in a pipers outfit. The dinner will include famous Scottish food, like Haggis with ‘tatties’ and ‘neeps’ (potatoes and turnips) and a Cranachan dessert. You will have a blast during this incentive travel in Scotland!

Day 5 - Explore Glasgow & departure

Glasgow is a vibrant and welcoming city bursting with character, personality and lots of things to see and do. The port city Glasgow is famous for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture. Why not explore the city by taking a walk along the famous shopping mile, discover the beautiful Art Gallery Kelvingrove or the House of an Art Lover. It’s also the most populous city of Scotland.

The end of amazing Incentive travel in Scotland!

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