South Ayrshire, The Galloway Forrest Park & The Isle of Arran
South Ayrshire has been designated as a UNESCO Biosphere and is recognised internationally as a world class environment for people and nature, with fantastic landscapes, wildlife, culture and heritage.
The Island of Arran is only a short sailing across the Firth of Clyde and is deservedly known as “Scotland in miniature”. This beautiful island has an incredible variety of scenery, mountains, woodlands, beaches and outlying islands.
The Galloway Forest Park is an outdoor adventurers paradise crisscrossed with miles of quiet roads, trails, lochs and rolling hills. The ever changing landscape is home to an impressive range of wildlife including Golden Eagles, Hen Harriers, Red Squirrels, and the elusive Otter and Pine Marten. Osprey fishing on Loch Doon is a treat not to be missed.
Rolling Hills, Seascapes, Island Life, Burns Heritage & Wildlife – this Scottish tour includes some of the West Coast’s finest coastal routes
Check out some highlights from this tour below – in addition to the wonder of Arran, the fairytale cliff-top Culzean Castle with its impressive gardens, beaches, woods, and trails sculpted around miles of sandy coastline dotted with caves is not to be missed.
Galloway and The South Ayrshire Biosphere, Isle of Arran and Culzean private guided tour
Choose from a few of the many highlights
Hike Goatfell’s magnificent peaks or the gentle slopes of the Galloway Hills
Bike the world class trails in the Galloway Forest or the Ayrshire Coastal Path
Kayak Arran’s rugged coastline and look out for seals, otters, dolphin and porpoise
Explore Culzean Castle’s hidden beaches, caves, grounds and magnificent gardens
Take a small motorboat to Ailsa Craig, a unique and impressive RSPB seabird colony
Amble around Alloway village and the Robert Burns Museum & Cottage
Take in River Doon and the beautiful Ness Glen Gorge – a Site of Special Scientific Interest
Discover that extra special malt at AD Rattray’s Whisky Experience & Whisky Shop in Kirkoswald