If you are interested in a workshop with us in 2021, we would be delighted to have you join us. Please note that new bookings will only be accepted on the provision that if the trip is unable to go ahead due to Covid 19 restrictions and the trip suspended, payments will be held indefinitely and can be put towards any future workshop.
- We request that all travellers bring a minimum of 2 reusable masks so you can wash one each evening and leave the other to dry.
- That clients declare to us if they have had Covid or Covid like symptoms.
- That client’s self-health check and declare to the guide as soon as possible if they do feel any Covid symptoms. It would be beneficial if you would bring a thermometer to keep track of your temperature.
- That you do not travel if you feel unwell or are symptomatic before the trip.
- That you follow all guidelines and procedures set out by your guide and any suppliers we use.
The current situation in the UK
To stay informed, we recommend you visit the UK Government website as well as the Scottish Government site where they are updating the situation daily.
We find this webpage which tracks Scottish COVID-19 data daily hugely useful to understand what the incidence of the virus is in the regions in which we live and also run our trips in.
Travel advisories and inbound health measures
If you are travelling from outside the UK then you must review the contents of this section of the Scottish Government guidance before considering travel to Scotland.
Travel advice for travellers visiting the UK from common locations.
United States | Canada | Australia
We recommend you check your own government advice with regards to travel to the UK and Scotland.
Please take extra care to read through any pre-trip information you are sent, paying particular attention to the Covid-19 details and requirements, such as bringing your own face masks, and being aware of any rules which apply in Scotland which may be different to rules where you live.
Please also check with your airline/train company about any specific requirements they may have in place for your journey to Scotland. If you’re informed, then you’ll be able to raise any questions with us ahead of your trip, which of course we’ll be delighted to help with.
Will I need to wear a mask?
You will need to wear a mask while travelling in our vehicles and in other locations specified by Government regulations (e.g. – shops).
There may be occasions when you need to put a mask on briefly – for example, if your guide is assisting you with your equipment.
However, you will not need a mask during the day’s activities outdoor, so you can breathe in the fresh Highland air and enjoy the unencumbered views.
Can I bring my own car instead of travelling in your vehicle?
Where it is practical to do so, you are welcome to use your own vehicle throughout the trip.
There will be no reduction in price as we will still be operating our vehicle on the trip. Trips which involve ferry crossings may be more challenging to arrange due to limited capacity on some ferries.
If you are planning to bring your own vehicle, you must let us know as soon as possible so that we can plan accordingly.