Private Tours of Scotland

Create Your Tour

Scotland can mean different things to different people.

It can be where you stare at mountains all day, where you play golf and drink too much whisky, or simply where you feel most at home.

Our Private Tours team have over 25 years’ experience of creating custom tours that ensure you get to see Scotland the way you want to.

They’ve tailored knitting trips, family heritage tours and more.

So, get in touch today, and find your way to discover Scotland.

Why should you pick a private tour?

Choose from our scheduled tours or create your own itinerary.

Go on an exclusive adventure with just you, your friends, and family.

Pick your style of trip from luxury castles to backpacking adventures.

Ask us to reserve restaurant tables, book attractions, and take care of all the details.

Who is a private tour for?

Custom tours of Scotland

Passionate Travellers

Maybe you dream of drinking every dram of whisky on a custom tour of Scotland. Perhaps you want to follow the footsteps of Robert Burns. Whatever you're passionate about, we can help bring it to life.

private tours of Scotland

Friends & Family

A private tour gives you and your friends the space and freedom to do what you want to do in the way you want to do it.

Work Days Out

Be more creative with your team-building days out. Forget the pubs and paintball and go to a famous castle or take a gin-tasting trip around Edinburgh instead.

Heritage Journeys

Trace your family story and discover the castles and landscapes your ancestors once roamed.

Get in touch

Help us create your perfect trip by filling in the form with as much detail as you can.


personal enquiry agent

Any tailor-made tours that we create for you that constitute a ‘package’ for the purposes of the 1992 EU Regulations, payments made by you will be protected by our membership of ABTOT. Full terms and conditions can be found here.


Meet the Team


Private Tour Consultant

"I’ve been with Rabbie's quite a number of years now, but I’ve been a planner for a lot longer.

My family struggle with making decisions to say the least. So armed with dad’s credit card (and his blessing), I put myself in charge of planning family holidays from a young age.

Then in university, I helped organise hill walking holidays. Which was amazing fun, but sometimes a challenge given the budget for any trip was a shoe string, a bag of beans, and whatever change we could find down the back of the sofa.

Now with a whole fleet of Rabbie's buses to call upon, I find things a lot easier.

At the end of the day, I just love a good plan when it comes together, so I keep making them."