8 Reasons To Visit Fort Augustus For Your Loch Ness Adventure

Loch Ness is one of Scotland’s most famous bodies of water, and it’s all thanks to the famous monster we call Nessie. Many people go to the surrounding towns in Loch Ness as it is so near the Inverness City where one of the biggest airports in the country is situated. There are plenty of […]

February Events In Inverness

Finally, February is here and the longest yard that is January is well behind us now. Inverness wakes from its extended post-festive slumber and now we can poke our wee heads out of the blanket and have a good swatch at what good stuff there is to do outside our collective duvet. So, if you […]

Top 5 Reasons To Move To The Highlands

Why move to the Highlands? Well, Inverness and the Highlands of Scotland have a lot going for them. Inverness is a thriving city, with an abundance of shopping, entertainment, and lifestyle options, as well as having the benefit of being framed beautifully by the rurality of the famed Scottish countryside. It’s a hub for anyone […]

How To Travel Safely In Scotland During Covid Scare

How to Travel Safely in Scotland During Covid Scare Is it safe to travel to Scotland now? While there is an alert for a new strain of Covid-19 emerging in the UK, Scotland remains to be one of the countries with the lowest recorded cases next to North Ireland. Comprehensive safety guidelines have been set for accommodations, […]

6 Things To Look Forward To In Scotland 2021

The pandemic ruined 2020 – that’s a fact. There was no Scotland tourism, music, dancing, gatherings, ceilidhs, and going to the pub was limited to putting up with the patter of just ONE of your mates ALL NIGHT LONG. Things to do in Scotland were very limited over the last year as they were for […]

How To Get To Skye From Inverness – Top 4 Methods

The Isle of Skye is one of the top destinations in the world and is a ‘must-see’ when visiting Scotland. To drink in its landscape and breathe the fresh Skye air is a blessing to all that experience it. It might be a rural part of Scotland, but it is absolutely worth the small effort […]

Tourism In The Highlands Despite COVID-19

The Highlands of Scotland is easily one of the most beautiful places in the world. With attractions like this – the majestic Loch Ness, it’s no wonder that the Highlands welcomes a vast number of visitors from across the world every year, with over 6million tourists arriving on our shores annually. This influx of wide-eyed […]

Holidays In Scotland During Coronavirus

‘Staycationing’ is the new compound word that’s on the tip of everyone’s tongue this summer. Holidays near you might be the only way for us to ‘getaway’ this year it looks like, and although some may meet this ‘new normal’ with a sullen Ingmar Bergman sadness, we are really very lucky to live in one […]

20 Places We Can’t Wait To Get Back To

Lockdown has been hard on us all but once things settle in their ‘new normal’, it’ll still be unlikely that any of us will be able to go very far afield from our homes for some time. In the spirit of that, we have put together a list of the places to see and things […]

What’s On Inverness In March?

March is upon us already. Spring would be in the air if it wasn’t being washed down the street by some sideways rain and a wind too lazy to walk ‘round you. With Mother’s Day on the horizon (you have been warned), we thought we would give you a taste of what other March events […]