We want you to enjoy a safe and worry-free adventure.
So, our expert team have put together new procedures that go further than government guidelines and don't get in the way of discovering our incredible history and heritage.
Find the latest government guidance here.
We’ve always believed in the benefits of small group travel.
They mean you get more time with our expert guides, avoid the crowds, and go far off the beaten track.
With an average group size of under 10 people in a 16-seat mini coach, there’s plenty of space for everyone. Compared to larger coaches, we’ve been doing social distancing for years.
Our mini-coaches are comfy, nimble, and very, very clean.
We sanitise every nook and cranny of the coach on our tours and keep the air flowing throughout the vehicle.
You’ll keep your own seat throughout your trip, and there’s even a hand sanitiser station at the front of the coach that you can use throughout your journey.
You can see our full list of safety procedures here.
They’re not just there to get you from A to B.
Other than their sat-nav-beating knowledge of the roads, our driver guides are there to tell you legendary tales, give personal recommendations, and let you in on the local gossip.
Most importantly though, they’re there to give you a stress-free trip. Every driver-guide is equipped with facemasks and trained in the most up-to-date health and safety procedures.
We’ve been roving through these lands for
And this means we’re best friends with all the castle keepers, restaurant chefs, and ferry drivers.
So when you choose to travel with us, places will only be recommended if they meet our hygiene and safety standards.
You choose your type of accommodation, and reserve it with one of our trusted partners.
If you have a travel companion, you’re guaranteed to share the same accommodation throughout your journey.
And if you’re flying solo, you can stay in your own private room every night of your trip.
You even have the choice to book your own self-catering accommodation instead of our recommended B&Bs, hostels and hotels.
On our private tours, you take out a vehicle and an expert guide for just you and your friends and family.
This way you decide where you go, what you do, and where you stay. Our professional team will use their expertise, listen to your unique needs, and create your dream vacation.
We've relaxed our booking policies.
You can now switch dates and change your tour without admin fees.
The flexible period is 48 hours for our one day tours, 15 days for two to nine day tours, and 21 days for 10+ day tours.
For more information, see our FAQs.
Yes, our mini-coaches are back out exploring our favourite destinations.
When you book a tour, your departure is guaranteed. If your tour is cancelled due to exceptional circumstances, we'll be in contact with you to offer an alternative tour, tour credit, or a full refund.
Not at all. All the safety procedures above ensure we comply with government coronavirus guidance. However, if you feel unwell or display symptoms, please refer to government guidelines on travel.
Our mini-coaches are fully loaded with hand sanitiser for your journey. But you can never be too precautious, so we still recommend you bring your own.
The vast majority of our itineraries are running as normal. But, as you know, things are a little 'unpredictable' at the moment. So we’ll try to inform you of any changes in advance, and our driver-guides are ready to use their expertise to make the most out of whatever circumstances may arise on your travel date.
Our amazing attractions are back open with new safety measures. This means interior visits can be limited, and you may need to book ahead. Keep an eye on your inbox after booking a tour, and we’ll send you specific information about your tour’s optional attractions.
You have to answer a questionnaire, and we take everyone's temperature before boarding the mini-coach. You can read our full safety procedures above.
If you’d prefer to travel alone or with your household, you may like to think about arranging a private tour. Click here to find out more.
We’ve checked our suppliers to ensure they have all the necessary cleaning procedures in place. They may require details from you to comply with government track and trace policies. We’ll send you more information if you’ve booked a tour and asked us to reserve accommodation for you.
Many hotels, restaurants, and cafes have reduced capacity. We advise you to search for restaurants which are open in your overnight locations and make reservations in advance. We arrive at evening locations at 7-8 pm at latest.
Outside of Scotland's central belt, restaurants and bars are closed after 6pm until 25th October. You may still be able to get a take away meal and you can buy food from local supermarkets. Your driver-guide will give you more information on your tour.