If being outside is good for your health, then a trip to the Scottish Highlands serves up the best kind of medicine. By Haley Beham
There is no better time to start planning your family Christmas vacation in 2020. Ditch the usual presents and give the most sought after gift of all — freedom to explore the world again. With options fit for the whole family and private accommodations away from the crowds, designing your journey with us will make this a holiday to cherish forever.
Take a journey through Scotland by train aboard the classic Belmond Royal Scotsman. Travel through the country’s western wilderness then spend a few days on a private adventure in the Highlands with a naturalist guide.
A lot of questions have arisen surrounding the United Kingdom’s split from the European Union and how it will impact visitors. Learn how you can still travel to the UK, even under its current uncertain political climate.
It’s a land of big skies, storied Medieval castles, and golf, but Scotland has much more to offer. Ker & Downey shares our top picks for adventures in Scotland off the beaten path. Active adventure and wildlife are not terms that many associate with Scotland prior to visiting, but they can be the highlights of a journey to the country. In addition to culture, history, castles, golf, and whisky tasting—which are quintessential to Scotland—it’s fun to infuse the experience with a splash of the great outdoors.
Guides can make or break a trip. At Ker & Downey, we work hard to make sure all of our privately guided tours are led by the most knowledgeable guides. You can view all of our previous interviews with some of the world’s top guides right here. Did you know the UK is one of the world’s top destinations for adventure travelers? Today, we’re introducing you to Tim Willis, our immersive adventure guide in Scotland. One of the best ways to experience all the adventure Scotland has to offer is through our England and Scotland Adventure Program. On it, you’ll […]