If you are planning to take a well deserved Scottish break, think beyond the lochs, the skiing and the mountains for a change this holiday. Coach holidays in Scotland would be a refreshingly new experience. The interesting things to do in Scotland, spectacular sights around and not even a single moment to get bored, coach holidays have evolved to be one of the most popular attractions in Scotland itineraries.
There are many packages on offer including 1 day to 2 or 3 day coach tours from various parts of Scotland. You can choose the one that suits your tastes. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the vast expanses of sandy beaches of Aberdeen, soak up the hustle and the bustle of Union street or take a cultural sojourn to discover the architectural marvel of some of the well preserved castles and mansions including the Edinburgh castle, the most notable feature of Scotland.
Scotland is a thoroughbred family holiday spot and a sports holiday destination alike. There are many fantastic amusement park with fun rides and adventure rides and lot of outdoor leisure options like golf, skiing and nature trails.
The bucolic hinterlands of Aberdeen has many activities that you can indulge in. the adrenalin buffs would find the extreme sporting options such as rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking, yachting and surfing truly irresistible. Even the uninitiated can pick up the threads of this exciting sporting events as there are guides for teaching activity sports. Scotland has history, culture, fashion and cuisine in abundance and Edinburgh has many fabulous dining options and watering holes that pour out some of the finest spirits on earth!
Inverness is north of Scotland with post card pretty settings is another must see spot. Famous for its hiking options and nature trails, this is just right to take a break from the fast paced life and to chill out. This city in the Highlands has everything you could ask for including white water rafting, surfing, racing, quad biking and dolphin spotting among others; not to forget the exceptional highland games, bagpipes , kilts and more!
A coach holiday is a great way to see and visit new places such as Scotland and Shearings. These offer great value for your money and a perfect holiday idea for families, corporate groups or even the fun loving stag and hen groups who are in quest of something new!
Though Scotland countrysides and natural spectacles form the epicenter of any Scotland holiday itinerary, there is no dearth in adrenalin surging activities and extreme sporting options in Scotland. There are many heart pumping activities in Scotland including skydiving, which is nothing but jumping out of an airplane with a parachute attached to you – to put it in simple terms! In case you find a bit too scary settle for the indoor skydiving in a simulated environment where there is no risk of falling on to the ground in case the worst happens – that is, if the parachute fails to open. There are many other extreme sporting activities including rafting, kayaking, Bungee jumping, white water rating and more in Scotland that are perfect options to satiate the sporting urges of the thrill seekers!
There are many popular Scotland cities that are world famous for sporting activities including Aberdeen. Most of the Scottish cities have budget accommodation options and hotels to cater to the partying needs of budget travelers including the stag and hen groups. You will find many suitable hotels to suit your tastes. Right from self catering cottages set amidst lochs and mountains or chic hotels right at the city centers, the accommodation options in Scotland is truly diverse. Scotland has over 500 well equipped hotels that makes more than its fair share of this small country!
Many of us tend to tag Scotland holidays with just fine whiskeys, music and natural scenery. So next time when you charter a trip to Scotland, remember that it has an excitingly different sports calender as well. From thrilling to mad cap and extreme sports options there are very many options to make your pick from. Settle for the ones that hold your interest, pace and skill sets and the best part is that you don’t have to risk your life and limb to have an exciting holiday in Scotland!