Scottish Experience Days

Scottish Experience Days

The Scottish countryside is perfect for an off-road driving experience in a powerful 4x4. You will get to tear up some earth in military-style vehicles, performing at its best on rugged wild landscapes.

This experience is offered in the heart of the Scottish borders far from urban life. You'll be able to go on a bumpy and rough ride on purpose built tracks, guided by experience specialists.

If you would rather drive in a classier kind of vehicle, and prefer speed to power, then you'll want a supercar experience. This is your chance to drive some of the worlds most sought-after cars, from the Aston Martin to the Ferrari.

You'll be able to race around specialists courses in these incredible vehicles, admiring their design and agility all the while. Choose from supercar experience days across Scotland lasting half or full days. You won't want to drive a normal car again!

If taking to the air is more your thing, then Scotland has plenty to offer you. For flying lessons you can go to Glasgow International Airport or Cumbernauld in North Lanarkshire.

You can choose the size and type of aircraft to have a flying lesson in, as a trained professional guides you through the basics when you take to the skies in a small aircraft. For many this moment is the start of a lifelong hobby.

If you would rather fly a helicopter, we have that covered! In Aberdeen you can learn to fly a helicopter over the gorgeous Scottish countryside and discover what it takes to be a pilot.

For more alternative flying experiences, why not go for a microlight flight, or gyrocopter flying day? These lightweight aircrafts are agile and easy to handle for beginners. Experiences are available near Edinburgh, Kinross, and Perth.

For a heart pounding thrill ride, you can share a bungee jumping experience with a loved one. With a tandem bungee jump, you'll be sent hurtling from high up whilst strapped to a friend.

Making the Most of Your Experience Day in Scotland

Making the Most of Your Experience Day in Scotland

Scottish Attractions


For nature lovers, Scotland is bountiful and a must visit destination. From miles of fauna to iconic animal breeds, Scotland is one of the most loved natural locations of the world.

There are plenty of popular walking routes to try through countryside or across coasts. Hiking and climbing is also an option in the more mountainous regions. It is best to take advised routes when exploring the country, to ensure safety in more wild areas.

The main cities, including Edinburgh and Glasgow, are thriving with activity. From the sports to the arts, there will be something for everyone. Bars and clubs are popular in Edinburgh, with art galleries and concert halls also being a big draw.

History enthusiasts will be able to visit many important cultural sites, including castles and forts, as well as museums documenting the musical and literary history of this great nation.

If you have Scottish heritage, this is the perfect chance to discover your roots, and learn more about family clans that you may have connections to. You can also visit famous TV and film locations, including where 'Skyfall' and the 'Harry Potter' films were shot.

Accommodation


If camping is more your type of thing, then you'll be happy in Scotland. The great outdoors is the perfect place to stay in this rural country. Camping sites and caravan parks are plentiful, suiting a range of budgets and requirements.

If you fancy something truly unusual and memorable, you may even get the chance to stay in working farms, castles, ancient Scottish brochs, or go glamping!

Closer to the city, modern hotels and traditional B&Bs are located in accessible areas to suit individuals and families. Hostels are also available for those on a budget.

Scotland has traditional cuisine, with hearty dishes of roasted meats and seafood. In the city centres, you'll find a more diverse range of cuisines, including Indian and vegetarian restaurants and cafes.

In terms of drinks, Scotland produces some of the finest whiskey in the world. You'll be able to visit fine distilleries and try out some of the best drinks available. Local artisans also offer unique drinks to try.

Travelling to Scotland


Direct train services from London to Scotland are frequent, and there is a healthy rail network in Scotland itself. Coaches are an affordable and comfortable option that makes travel convenient.

Fast motorway links from the East and South of England make travel by car simpler. Within Scotland, there are both main motorways and more obscure rural routes.

There are four main airports in Scotland: Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Glasgow Prestwick, plus many regional airports which makes this country perfect for a short break or family holiday.

Plan your journey in advance to reduce travel time, and to take scenic routes.

Skydiving Experience Days

Skydiving Experience Days

Off Roading Experience

Off Roading Experience

Wing Walking Experience

Wing Walking Experience

Microlight Flying

Microlight Flying

Unforgettable Scottish Experiences

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The Perfect Gift or Unforgettable Break

From off road driving to helicopter flights, bungee jumping or spa days, we offer a range of exciting experience days in Scotland.

Make your experience day unforgettable by combining it with a short stay in this gorgeous country.

As a treat to yourself, a break with the family, or the perfect gift, an experience day in Scotland is perfect.

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Scottish Experience Days & Making the Most of Your Experience Day in Scotland