76. Jacobite Steam Train from Glenfinnan Viaduct - Steam trains have become a thing of the past but in Glenfinnan, there’s one that, that takes you through Scotland’s impressive scenery and the Glenfinnan Viaduct, made famous by the Harry Potter films.
77. Boat rides on West Coast - Explore the west of Scotland by boat and take in scenic locations such as Treshnish Isles and Isle of Mull. Spend the night at the Isle of Iona or Oban and experience Scottish hospitality.
78. Wear a kilt - It may sound clichéd but you definitely should consider wearing a kilt! Keep in mind that most Scotsmen today wear kilts as part of formal ceremonies although a few wear it daily.
79. Bag a Munro - Famous hiking - Avid trekkers and outdoor lovers should make scaling Munros their goal while in Scotland. The group of mountains with 282 peaks offers plenty of opportunities for climbing.
80. Isle of Skye - Swim in Fairy Pools - Medieval castles and villages dot the landscape of the Isle of Skye and if you head towards the base of Black Cuillin, you’ll come across mesmerizing Fairy Pools. The shimmery waters look like something out of a fairytale.
81. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park - Loch Lomond is a national park that includes hills and The Trossachs. There’s a lot to do here including kayaking, canoeing and windsurfing.
82. Visit Fingal's Cave - Fingal's Cave is a stunning sea cave on Staffa Island. It’s entirely formed from hexagonally jointed basalt. The 227-foot cavern is known for its natural acoustics.
83. Watching puffins in Scotland - Cute puffins make their home in the coast of Scotland. You can see them at The Shetland Islands, Hermaness Nature Reserve and the Firth of North.
84. Visit Orkney Island - Orkney Island has plenty of sights to see to keep you entertained. Stromness with its old stone town, Kirkwall with its rich culture and the West Mainland with the famed UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Heart of Neolithic Orkney, are just a few gems to visit.
85. The Devil's Pulpit in Finnich Glen - When you’re in Loch Lomond, make time to visit the Devil’s Pulpit in Finnich Glen. The 100-foot gorge and the distinct red river that flows through creating an otherworldly setting for adventure.
86. Visit Adventure Golf Island - Adventure Golf Island offers golf with a big twist. You’ll play amidst fountains, waterfalls and even a pirate ship!
87. Cruise the Crinan Canal - Miles of gorgeous scenery consisting of charming houses, well-kept lawns and lush green trees will take your breath away as you cruise the Crinan Canal.
88. Visit The Elephant House - If you’re a Harry Potter fan, visiting The Elephant House is one of the best things to do in Scotland. This is where JK Rowling penned her famous novels over mugs of coffee.
89. Drive on North Coast 500 - Feel the wind in your hair and appreciate the beauty of the Scottish coastline by driving on North Coast 500. It starts from Inverness and moves through Ullapool, Caithness and John o’ Groats.
90. Stay in Pineapple House - A house topped by a pineapple – it really does exist! Pineapple House is a bizarre structure built by the Earl of Dunmore. It features a carved stone pineapple that forms a cupola.
91. Callanish Stones, Hebrides - Standing stones dating back to the Neolithic era invite you to take a step back in time. The Callanish Stones consist of a centre stone, stone circle, rows of stones and a chambered tomb.
92. Visit Stirling Castle - Stirling Castle is an imposing structure that sits atop Castle Hill. It’s one of the country’s most noteworthy castles and has witnessed at least 8 sieges.
93. Swim with seals in The Sound of Mull - See seals in all their majesty by swimming with them in The Sound of Mull. You can also kayak here.
94. Drink at Sheep Heid Inn Pub - A visit to Sheep Heid Inn Pub is one of the top things to do in Scotland. It’s an old favourite among locals and just the place to sit down for a drink.
95. Test your driving skills on a single track road - Think you’ve mastered driving? Not until you’ve proven your worth on Scotland’s many single track roads! Maneuver your way past other cars on narrow roads and see how well you score.
96. The Dog Suicide Bridge - Visiting Dog Suicide Bridge will leave you with a mix of emotions. This is where hundreds of dogs have leapt off, apparently without reason. Some believe the ghost of the White Lady of Overtoun could be responsible.
97. Visit The Kelpies - Marvel at The Kelpies, which are sculptures of horse heads measuring 30 meters tall in Falkirk.
99. Remains of Dolly the Sheep - See the remains of the world’s first cloned mammal, Dolly the Sheep, created from an adult cell. She’s located in Edinburgh’s National Museum of Scotland.
100. Shetland - A Fire Festival - Up Helly Aa is an enthralling spectacle that’s held to mark the end of Yule. ‘Vikings’ and torchbearers parade through Lerwick in Shetland.
101. Try land (or sand) yachting - Yes, you read that right! You can sail on land and feel the adrenaline rushing through your veins as you race towards the finish line.