Duncan’s Tours Scotland Helping you see Scotland in your own way and time.
Duncans Tours Scotland gives some example Tours Plans 1, 2, 3 or A, B, C, mentioned below and also some example images of our Tours that have pleased visitors exploring Scotland with Duncans Tours during our 16 year Tour Service so far. Duncans Tours Scotland was rated 4 stars for Tourism in April 2019 by Visit Scotland the Tourist Board which is a quality assurance grading.
From ‘Hairy Coo’s’, and Capercaillies to Castles, distilleries, Islands, cities, mountains and beaches – with so much to see in Scotland it can be hard to decide where to start!
With Duncan’s Tours, we work with you to make sure your time is put to good use. Using our local and national knowledge we can help create unforgettable trips and itineraries that work with your time and budget. However, this is Scotland: our roads are long – our detours longer and our weather is as unpredictable as a kilt on a windy day. This means our drivers are great at thinking on their feet, adapting plans and itineraries to suit weather and personal circumstances as required.
Our Tours can be as short as a few hours up to a few weeks or more. We work with your schedule and wish list, taking you wherever you want to go.
Scotland’s human population Of 5.4 million people is out numbered by two or three million sheep, even today! Because of the harsh clearances by landowners 200 years ago. Evicting people from their homes through the Factors the land owners henchmen.
Being based in the North East of Scotland, many of our short trips and day trips are spent in this area although trips are available across Scotland and as far afield as the Outer Hebrides, Orkney and the Shetland Isles. Aberdeenshire, in particular, is rich in history, famously home to Balmoral Castle – the Queens Scottish Residence among its many Castles and Whisky Distilleries.
Aberdeenshire, in particular, is popular with visitors due to its richness of history. Famously Castle Country, the area counts Balmoral Castle among its many Castles and Whisky Distilleries – Royal Deeside’s crowning jewel and HRH, the Queens official Scottish residence. Balmoral is only open to the public at certain times of the year when not in use by the Royal Family themselves but Duncan and his team are always delighted to take a trip up the breathtaking Royal Glen.