Visible from the mainland enroute to the Mallaig Ferry terminal, Muck, Eigg, Rum and Canna lie southwest of the Isle of Skye. Each with their own individual character, collectively they
What is a double island? In a nutshell, it is an island, which is reached by two or more ferries. Often we have a ‘mainland’ island and outlying islands. They
Welcome to mighty Finlaggan. Meet the Lords of the Isles and their aes dana – people of the gifts of law, medicine, poetry, history, music, stone carving … . Feel
North we go and we arrive at the southernmost of the Inner Hebrides – Islay. It’s Saturday and time to relax. We also deserve a wee dram of Islay’s famous
The first Scottish island we visit seems to have it all. Arran, located in the Firth of Clyde, about one hour’s drive from Glasgow, is known as ‘Scotland in miniature’.
Yesterday marked a week without any deaths due to the dreaded COVID-19 virus in Scotland. Long may it continue and a full and speedy recovery to each and everyone, who
Welcome back! From today tourism in Scotland is ‘re-opening’. It will be a gradual, planned process. The big wheels had come to a complete stop. It is only natural that
Scotland is slowly and cautiously opening up the lockdown. This means the tourism industry can provide more and more services, starting on 15 July 2020. RavingScotland is looking forward to
The island dream we have been following over the last 10 days is based on a tour I have been guiding for a number of years. It is an absolute
I used to say: there’s no tour of Scotland without Loch Ness and Edinburgh. This was about 20 years ago when we had far less visitors in our ‘honeypot’ destinations.