Why Visit Scotland

Secrets

There are unexplained standing stones, untranslatable hieroglyphics, and unbelievable myths. So, keep your eyes peeled, your mind open, and your imagination switched on.

Flavors

And although these flavors travel far, there’s no place it tastes better than in Scotland.

Beauty

From blonde beaches to serene mountains: you'll discover the scenery lives up to its reputation.

Traditions

The locals adore showing visitors a good time. So don't be surprised when you're invited to a Highland dance or regaled with folk tales at the local eatery.

Scotland's Must See Destinations

Scotland's Islands

Their natural beauty takes your breath away. Local prehistoric treasures and native wildlife are fascinating and rewarding.

Highlands

Steeped in history and legend, the spectacular Highlands of Scotland, are one of the last unspoilt regions of Europe.

Castles

Scotland’s many historic castles and palaces are just waiting to be explored.

Foods You Need To Try

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    Neeps And Tatties

    Although typically served with haggis, neeps and tatties are featured in many Scottish dishes. Just to clarify, ‘neeps’ are turnips and ‘tatties’ are potatoes.

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    Scottish salmon

    Scottish salmon is celebrated globally for its terrific taste and perfect texture. Make sure to appreciate the greatness.

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    Porridge

    Nothing beats the hearty taste of good old Scottish porridge. Be warned; it is made with salt, not sugar.

Heroes Behind the Company

Welcome to Chatpoint Tours. We are a friendly tour service who are happy to transport customers of all ages. With Chatpoint Tours you can choose to visit Loch Ness and Inverness or Stirling Castle and Loch Lomond - both popular one-day tours. Or why not travel further afield, on one of our short break tours.

Griff Gray

Professional Tour Guide

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