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Scotland Packages

Duration Price
London and Scotland Tour Package from India7 days & 6 nights
INR 75,000
Scotland Tour Package From India6 days & 5 nights
INR 1,24,500
Scotland Family Vacation Package6 days & 5 nights
INR 57,999
Scotland Tour Package from Kerala7 days & 6 nights
INR 59,999
England & Scotland Tour Package6 days & 5 nights
INR 1,05,899
Highlights Of London and Scotland In 6 Days6 days & 5 nights
INR 1,09,900

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Scotland tour packages are one of the most economical and wholesome ways to explore one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Scotland is also one of the oldest countries, which means there are innumerable historical castles, forts, bay areas, museums, cathedrals and natural attractions that you need to check out when you are in the country without overspending.

There are special packages that show you around the historical attractions of the country. From opting for a package which offers you a chance to indulge in numerous adrenaline rushing activities to taking up sightseeing tours of the ancient and cultural monuments, the array of packages provided by Thrillophilia is a big one.

The best way to budget your trip is by booking Scotland tours with Thrillophilia, where you can avail exciting discounts on the whole package, as well as on individual activities that are a part of your tours. These packages are well constructed and well-planned from beforehand to make your travelling seamless and hassle-free. The packages take care of your hotel bookings, food, local travel, international travel, adventure activities and other unique experiences that you can only enjoy when you book a tour package from us.

Scotland is also an excellent place for a honeymoon, and for an extremely romantic experience, you can book a special Scotland holiday package for honeymooning couples. These packages include couples’ activities, dinners in some of the most breathtaking places, private tours and much more.

A one-time payment with all the inclusions for your trip to Scotland is what makes these packages so super convenient. Special family packages are also available on Thrillophilia at a discount if you are planning to visit Scotland with your loved ones. These packages also include special activities for children and unique adventures and tours that are normal tourists usually don’t have access to.

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Which are the best places to visit during Scotland tour?

1. Edinburg: This capital city of the country is one of the most beautiful places, with old architecture, shops, tourist attractions and viewpoints abound. You can check out the Royal Yacht Britannia as well as several other museums and historical attractions as part of your Scotland tour packages.

2. Glasgow: Glasgow is the cultural capital of the country where you can enjoy exhibitions, walk around museums, catch a concert, attend the opera and enjoy many more activities that are uniquely Scottish. It is also home to the famous Riverside Museum and there is always some concert, play or opera taking place at places like Theatre Royal and Concert Hall.

3. Scottish Highlands: The Scottish Highlands are some of the most visited places in Scotland because of their ethereal natural beauty. It also has a rich and colourful history, with places like Inverness, Loch Ness and Dornoch being references in art and literature for several centuries.

4. St. Andrews: St. Andrews is a complete paradise for golfers, where they can catch a game on the oldest golf course in the whole world that has existed since 1754. Apart from its breathtaking golf course and golf museums, you can also check out the various institutions in this university town, as well as the ruins of St Andrews castle.

5. Loch Ness: While Loch Ness is a part of the Highlands, it deserves special mention because of the natural beauty and historical importance. It is also supposed to be home to the famous Loch Ness monster, lovingly known as Nessie. Apart from the natural beauty, you can also check out Fort Augustus and Caledonian Canal when you are in Loch Ness.

6. Aberdeen: Aberdeen is an ancient city where you can explore buildings, monuments and structures that have existed for over 1000 years. You must visit St Machar’s Cathedral and David Welch Winter Gardens. The buildings in Aberdeen are made with unique local granite, which makes them glisten in the sun, which is why it is also known as “Silver City.”

7. Loch Lomond: For an authentic glimpse into the stunning natural beauty of Scotland, you must visit Loch Lomond. The place is abounding with lakes, gardens, hills, valleys and rivers. You can also explore the Trossachs National Park, which is one of the largest National Parks in the UK.

8. Stirling: Stirling is a tiny village located between Glasgow and Edinburgh and a much sought-after retreat for a day trip. It is a historical town with its own castles and viewpoints and is a great place to relax in the midst of nature that has been left untouched by modernization.

9. Isle of Arran: The Isle of Arran is an incredibly beautiful town with moors, lakes, valleys and beaches that showcase the best of Scotland. You can book Scotland tours that include a trip to Isle of Arran, where you can take a trip on a yacht, go fishing, hiking and enjoy several other adventures.

10. Isle of Skye: The Isle of Skye is one of the most romantic places you can explore as part of your Scotland holiday package. Sheer cliffs dominate the skyline while the whole island is surrounded by azure waters of the ocean. The island also has a few old castles that you can explore such as the Armadale Castle and the Dunvegan Castle.

What are the best things to do during the Scotland tour?

1. Explore the castles of Scotland: Your Scotland tour packages are incomplete without exploring the many historical castles of Scotland that belonged to kings and queens from thousands of years ago.

While some of the castles are in ruins, some are in pristine condition and have been turned into museums. Some of the most beautiful and iconic castles are Edinburgh Castle, Sterling Castle, Balmoral Castle, Dunnottar Castle and Inverness Castle.

2. Go on a gin and whiskey tour: Scotsmen are known for their drink, and there are several distilleries in the country that you can explore as part of your Scotland packages. Some of the best distilleries where you can sample the local whiskey and gin are in Keith (Banffshire), Perthshire and Edinburg.

3. Explore the Scottish Highlands: Several famous TV shows have been shot on the Scottish Highlands and historical wars have been fought by Scottish Highlanders on these lands. Special Scotland tour packages include a trip to these famous Highlands, which is also one of the most beautiful places in the country.

4. Visit the museums of Scotland: The rich, colourful and eventful history of Scotland and the United Kingdoms has been preserved with utmost care in the many world-famous museums in Scotland.

When you book tour packages of Scotland, you can also enjoy stops at some of the best museums including the National Museum of Scotland, Riverside Museum, Royal Yacht Britannia, etc.

5. Hiking: Perhaps the best way to explore Scotland is on foot. Some of the hikes that are a part of Scotland packages take you to the most breathtaking places. Edinburg, Isle of Skye, Glencoe, Fort William and Loch Lomond are some of the most beautiful places where you can go hiking.

6. Watch puffins in their natural habitat: Puffins are penguin-like creatures that are native to Scotland and thrive in sub-zero temperatures. They are also super cute, and watching them thrive and survive in their natural environment is definitely going to be a highlight of your Scotland tours.

7. Go sailing: Whether you are an expert sailor or not, sailing on a boat, yacht or jetty is an incredible experience that you can enjoy as part of your Scotland holiday package. You can go sailing on the pristine waters near Hebrides, St. Kilda, Isle of Arran, Oban and Largs – places that are known for their ethereal natural beauty and azure lakes.

8. Embark on a cathedral tour: Special Scotland tours also include stops at some of the oldest cathedrals in the world that can be found in beautiful cities in Scotland. When you are on a cathedral tour, make sure you don’t miss places like St Giles’ Cathedral, St Magnus Cathedral, St Mary’s Cathedral and Salisbury Cathedral.

9. Shopping: A vacation is incomplete without a healthy bout of shopping, and fortunately, Scotland has a number of wonderful local items to offer that you can buy as souvenirs such as kilts and whiskey. Some of the best places to shop from when you are indulging in Scotland tours include Edinburg, Glasgow and Dunkeld.

What is the best time to visit Scotland?

The best time to visit Scotland is between the months of March and May, and then again from September to November.

These months constitute the spring and autumn months in Scotland respectively. This is the best time to book Scotland tour packages since the weather remains pleasant with the average temperature ranging from 6 degrees to 15 degrees Celsius.

How to reach Scotland?

- By Flight: The easiest way to reach Scotland is by taking a flight to one of the main cities, such as Edinburgh. You can also find flights to other cities like Glasgow and Aberdeen. These airports are connected to all the major international cities, and have direct, regular flights to places like Dubai, London, Delhi, Bangalore, etc.

- By Train: Frequent trains are available to Edinburgh from places in England such as London, Manchester and New York.

- By Road: Scotland and England are linked via one major road that is M74/A74. The rest of the country is connected via a network of well-maintained roads, which makes exploration on road a very feasible option.

How much time does it take to get a visa to Scotland?

It usually takes 3 weeks for your visa to Scotland to be approved. However, it is recommended that you apply at least 3 months before your date of travel and not wait till the last minute to get your visa done.

What is the cost of a tourist visa in Scotland?

A standard visa for Scotland tours costs approximately 8,340 INR (87 GBP). This visa is applicable for 6 months, which is the maximum duration of time you can spend in the country with this visa.

Is food expensive in Scotland?

No, food is relatively cheap and affordable in Scotland, but that is also dependent on where you are eating from.

While eateries and sit-down restaurants can get quite expensive, there are a number of quaint cafes, food stalls and fast-food restaurants where you can get good quality food at nominal rates. You can also book special Scotland tours which take you on a food trail at discounted rates.

Do Indian passport holders need a visa for Scotland?

Yes, Indian passport-holders require a Standard Visitor Visa that is issued by the UK in order to visit Scotland. This visa is valid for 6 months.

How much does it cost to go to Scotland for a week?

If you are planning to travel to Scotland for a week, you can expect to spend about 1,90,000 INR, including food, flights, stay, cross-country travel and other adventures, tours and activities.

However, when you book Scotland tour packages through Thrillophilia, you can expect to avail various exciting deals and discounts that guarantee a memorable holiday at affordable rates.

What is the cheapest time of the year to fly to Scotland?

The cheapest time of the year to fly to Scotland is in February since the peak tourist season lasts from June to September. You can also book tour packages of Scotland that include flights to some of the smaller cities like Inverness and Aberdeen, for cheaper flight tickets.

What is the best way to travel around Scotland?

Trains and cars are the best means of transportation within the country if you are planning to effectively explore Scotland.

The expansive and well-maintained network of roads is perfect for day-long road trips. All the towns and cities are also connected with trains that are affordable, fast and give you a wonderful view of the Scottish landscape.

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