Nature and Geography at its best. Just waiting to be explored. It’s the perfect adventure playground where many professionals train during the winter harsh periods. But the summers of Scotland will probably have you enjoying a single malt whiskey why being invited to join a raft race down a local waterway…
Scotland will always surprise you. A country of contrast. It may get cold but the Scots are always welcoming warm people that know how to have a fun time.
Scotland offers great state of the art conference facilities. This coupled with an outdoor activity will always create fond memories.
Scotland has an Arts and Culture, and every year acts take to the streets and perform in local venues. It’s known as the world’s festival capital. From music festivals to movie locations and breathtaking art and architecture. The purpose that captivates all imaginations.
WHAT’S NEW IN SCOTLAND
There are many daily flights from London, Exeter, Bristol and others direct to Scotland. A half an hour flight pens the door to excitement. Try a group incentive to Scotland and you will be talking about it for many years to come.
The famous Flying Scotsman rides the tracks once again after a 16 year break.
There are so many reason to visit Scotland, but only one matters… It’s has value.
WHEN: June to August WHERE: Scottish Borders (Various Locations) BEST FOR: Community Events
WHEN: August to September WHERE: All over Edinburgh BEST FOR: Culture, Arts, Theatrical Events
WHEN: 1st Saturday in September WHERE: The Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park, Braemar BEST FOR: Cultural Traditions, Sporting Event
WHEN: 31st December WHERE: Edinburgh & Glasgow BEST FOR: New Year Revellers, Parties
THE GLORIOUS TWELFTH
WHEN: 12th August WHERE: Moors in Scotland BEST FOR: Traditional Cultural Event, Start of the shooting season for red grouse
VIKING FIRE FESTIVAL
WHEN: Last Tuesday in January WHERE: Lerwick, Shetland Islands BEST FOR: Folklore and Traditional Pageantry