The Kingdom of Gaels
Rolling green hills crowned by stately castles, quaint country houses abounded by grazing sheep as bagpipes sound in the distance all create a postcard-perfect image of how many see Scotland. However true much of these cliched images may or may not be, Scotland is known for delivering an authentic experience with a pridefully unique culture and history. Serving as part of the political union of the United Kingdom alongside Northern Ireland, Wales, and England just to the south, Scotland encompasses much of the northern portion of Great Britain, providing the perfect starting point for exploring the British Isles. From listening to tales of Vikings and kings while exploring the country’s tranquil landscapes, to tasting the finest Scotch paired with delicious haggis, to taking a swing at golfing, a legacy that spans six centuries, Scotland is a place to experience.
Be in the know before you go
Additional Country Notes
Citizens of the United States are not required to hold a visa when traveling to Scotland and are allowed to stay in the country for a maximum term of 90 days out of the year. Your passport will need to be valid for at least six months beyond your intended date of departure from Scotland.
Health and Wellness
Though Scotland is a healthy area, you should be up-to-date on the vaccinations that you would normally have back home. There are no vaccinations required to enter the country. For up-to-date information on recommended and required vaccinations and general health travel tips for Scotland, please refer to the CDC website. Please consult with your physician for clarification or concerns regarding recommended or required vaccinations.
Please advise us of any dietary restrictions, any medical conditions that may affect your tour, or any other special requests in general at this time in writing so that we may make the appropriate arrangements.