Visit Scotland posts regular updates on where to go and what to see in Scotland.
I toured Scotland in a campervan last year and was amazed at how empty it was even in the height of summer and also how welcoming everybody is. We toured in the wilds of Scotland and stayed overnight in campsites and also took advantage of Scotland’s acceptance of free-camping.
A perfect mix of community and getting away from it all.
The official tourist site Visit Scotland
has a great range of information to help us road-trippers plan a route to find the best of what Scotland has to offer.
Here’s a few driving tips for Scotland too:
Wanderlust Magazine published this great guide to 16 of the world’s best one-week road trips.
They are designed for cars but I have included them here as I like the routes!
You can read the full article here.
- 1: Dinosaur Diamond Scenic Byway – USA
- 2: Cape Tribulation – Australia
- 3: Mae Hong Son Loop – Thailand
- 4: The Romantic Road – Germany
- 5: Parks Tour – Costa Rica
- 6: Gaspésie Grand Tour – Canada
- 7: Ruta 40 – Argentina
- 8: Norwegian Coast – Norway
- 9: The Coromandel Peninsula – New Zealand
- 10: Central Hokkaido Route – Japan
- 11: North Coast 500 – Scotland
- 12: Wild Atlantic Way – Ireland
- 13: Route 62 – South Africa
- 14: The Ring Road – Iceland
- 15: Skeleton Coast – Namibia
- 16: The Pirate Route – Jamaica
Every day I get emails from the Canadians about what to do and see in Canada. Here is a brief selection of those that have landed in the last few days:
Kayak with Orca. This is amazing!