Welcome! Your exclusive small group tour of Scotland begins here, guided by a friendly hairy guy in a kilt.
I'm Andy, and I want to show you my country, Scotland. I'll help you experience and share its long, torrid, romantic and at times bloodthirsty story, its ancient and modern faces, its way of life, and everything that has built this amazing country over the centuries.
My tours are for small groups of up to six people. There's a good reason for this; it allows me to focus on what you want to do day to day, and to keep the tours flexible to allow for the things you might want to do or see at any moment. You can't do that on a large tour with several groups of people.
I'm a historian and archaeologist, have experience in politics and current affairs, and have an extensive knowledge of Scotland, it's culture, and its long and varied history.
On all of my tours, your needs and wishes come first.
That is why each tour of mine is unique, crafted and designed just for you and your group.
I'll show you the great sights and attractions of Scotland, but also take you away from the crowds to give you a taste of our wonderful and lesser known places, sights, tastes and experiences.
Wherever possible, we'll take the roads that large tours can't or won't go on, to give you the exclusive experience you want and deserve, showing you what you want to see, doing what you want to do on your trip to this amazing and varied country.
Feel free to click and explore the tour pages and the customer feedback area.
Share your ideas and wishes with me, and we’ll start planning your special Scottish holiday together.
Email me today (see bottom of page); let's have a great time in Scotland!
Update on Covid restrictions in Scotland.
There are grounds for cautious optimism about the gradual lifting of Covid restrictions in Scotland.
If all goes well, the bulk of them may be lifted by the end of June, subject to people being sensible, no new variants appearing, and the continued decline in cases.
With this in mind, it may be possible to start tours again in mid to late summer or autumn this year.
Of course, much also depends on your local regulations if you don’t live in Scotland, but the signs are better than they’ve been for some time.
See the bbc website below for details.
and also the Scottish Government website.