Scottish Explorer Travel Agency

Explore Scottish heritage and history in depth

Whether you only have one day to spare, a few days, a week or more to tour Scotland we have all your vacation needs.

Venture off the beaten track to discover traditional lifestyles and Gaelic culture as you explore these wondrous islands.

Castles & Lochs of the Western Highlands

Spend the day discovering the Highlands' highlight castles, lochs, and other scenic tracts on this hassle-free tour from Edinburgh.

Brodie Castle Tour

Explore the ancestral home of Scotland's Clan Brodie with admission to Brodie Castle in Moray. Set in parkland, this treasure-filled baronial-style mansion was originally the clan's 16th-century tower house.

Robert Burns Museum Tour

More than just the birthplace of Scotland's national poet Robert Burns, the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is an entryway to the village of Alloway and offers a peek back in time to Scottish village life in the 18th century. Explore the museum on your own time when you book your entrance ticket in advance, which can be redeemed anytime during the museum's regular operating hours.

Brodie Castle

Dating from the 16th century, Brodie Castle, set in Morayshire parkland near Forres, has unusual plaster ceilings, a major art collection and tells the fascinating story of the Brodie family.

Dirleton Castle

Many of Scotland's castles impress because of their gloomy grandeur and violent history, but the charming and romantic 12th century Dirleton Castle, which is set on a natural rocky outcrop near North Berwick in East Lothian, is best known for its splendid gardens which include a Victorian garden and the Arts and Crafts herbaceous border.

Duart Castle

Comparing to shield volcanoes, dome volcanoes have much steeper sides. The reason for this lays in lava being comparatively sticky and thick, impeding it from flowing far before it cools and hardens.

Why should you visit Scotland?

01. Fingal’s Cave Is A Bridge To The Imagination

A gift from Mother Nature, Fingal’s Cave is a place of unrivalled proportions. Hexagonally-jointed symmetrical basalt columns form the structure while the unworldly acoustics heighten the taunting ebb and flow of the rambunctious swell.

02. Castles, Castles, Castles

Scotland’s castles are constant reminders of the country’s colourful history. Although the famous picks like Edinburgh Castle and Eilean Donan are something straight out of a fairytale.

03. Scotland Has A Thing For Secret Gardens

Some arty, others ambiguous, Scotland is synonymous with evocative gardens. Between the fractals and mathematical equations embedded in the Garden of Cosmic Speculation and the philosophical garden poetry within Little Sparta, to Jupiter Artland and Dunbar’s Close hidden in Edinburgh’s Old Town, the flower power is verging on too much!


What our customers say

It has been such a great experience to visit the Highlands with our guide! Highly recommended! You will laugh, learn and enjoy.


Paige Ferguson

Thank you so much for all your coordinating, so that it was nothing but ease and fun for us.


Melissa Connor

It was a wonderful experience. The trip and the hotel were amazing. Thank you so much for a such wonderful experience.


Lucy Owens