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Escape to the Wilds of Scotland

Complement your urban adventure with an escape to the wilds of Scotland.  With Loch Lomond just 40 mins away from the city centre, your own private island adventure is within easy reach.  Experience a real Highland Games, interact with Scottish wildlife, tour world famous whisky distilleries or relax in a beautiful Scottish country retreat.

High-octane adventure 

Helicopter rides over stunning landscapes, speed boat races across idyllic lochs, off road driving through mountainous glens or classic car rallies will get your adrenaline flowing while experiencing Scotland in all its beauty. 

Private Island Parties

Some of Loch Lomond's most secluded and beautiful spots are only accessible via speedboat, so there really is nowhere more exclusive to host a party to remember - just add a gourmet BBQ, live music and drinks on ice. 

Meet the locals

Scotland has a rich, diverse natural history and is home to over 90,000 species.  Scottish wildlife experiences are a memorable addition to any incentive programme, whether its an interactive falconry display, gun dog demonstration or bumping into deer, pheasants, buzzards, osprey, golden eagles and highland cows along your adventures...

Whisky distilleries 

There really is no where better to learn more about how whisky is distilled and sample a dram than when you are visiting Scotland.  You'll find whisky from all over Scotland in Glasgow's many traditional bars and pubs but if you want to find out more about it, there's nothing better than experiencing how it's made first hand. From The Clydeside Distillery on the banks of the River Clyde to more than 100 distilleries across Scotland, all accessible from Glasgow.  Host a private tasting session with Master Drammoliers, see behind the scenes of the world's best loved brands and take home your own personalised gifts as a special memento of Scotland.  

Getting a wee bit dirty...

Whether you want to have an insight into the history and traditions of the clans by taking part in your very own Highland Games, clay pigeon shooting, hiking, cycling or a Bear Grylls experience - there's plenty of ways to immerse yourself in the Scottish countryside.  


Glasgow is home to over 90 golf courses but if you go further afield you can play on world renowned championship courses such as Mar Hall, Gleneagles, Royal Troon and Turnberry.  Check out some of your options here.

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