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Join us for an open canoeing expedition as we paddle through Speyside in the scenic North East Highlands. This exhilarating Scottish river trip descends the famous River Spey passing through pine forests, heather-covered hills and Scotland’s most celebrated whisky region.

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This wildlife holiday in Scotland is a fresh way to experience the fantastic and diverse wildlife of the Scottish Highlands. Rather than being a list-ticking trip, it's designed to be a fun and informative multi-activity trip across the Highlands.

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The famous novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island, is perhaps the classic children's adventure story. What a lot of people don't know is that it was written in the Cairngorms National Park in 1881! With this in mind, we've designed this spectacular new family adventure holiday.

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This itinerary is designed to keep the tour accessible to anyone who likes to cycle. In our view there is no better way to see the country and this cycle tour has the lot. Starting from the Highland capital of Inverness and finishing in the Scottish Capital Edinburgh.

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This red-graded road cycling holiday is guaranteed to get your blood pumping. Cycle across the Scottish Highlands, climbing over 17,000 feet/5,180 metres, including the UK's highest, and in our opinion, the most challenging and rewarding road climb. Along the way we'll visit castles, distilleries, an award-winning pub, and tour Loch Ness on a boat.

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Hiking in the Cairngorms National Park is a unique and special experience, as we explore a region named by National Geographic as one of the 50 Must Visit Places on Earth! Travel from the majesty of Royal Deeside (where the Queen has her Scottish residence at Balmoral Castle) to Strathspey, where the high plateau rises above the charming villages.

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