Your bucket list guide to Scotland, Faroe Islands and Iceland

It is easy to fall in love with these remote, wind-swept countries. Here is a list of the most interesting things you can tick off your bucket list when travelling to Scotland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands:

Scotland

• Golf at some of the most amazing golf courses in the world*

• Taste locally brewed whiskey after a day of exercise in the fresh country air

• Have traditional afternoon tea at a real castle

• Stand in front of one of history’s best-kept secrets – stone circles. Maybe you will be the one who figures out what they are meant for?

• Step foot on the Shetland Islands, one of the most remote inhabited places on Earth.

Iceland

• Follow the footsteps of Vikings; known for they seafaring skills, the Norsemen have left unique traces of settlements in this country.

• Iceland is home to active volcanoes and glaciers. If you aren’t a geology enthusiast yet, you will be one upon your return!

Faroe Islands

• If you like the cute ‘clowns of the sea’, you should stop at Mykines, an incredible puffin nesting spot.

• The Faroe Islands are a birders paradise. More than 110 different bird species call these islands home.

• An archipelago of 18 different islands make up the Faroe Islands. Their rugged, untouched beauty gives incredible opportunity to explore by sea kayak or capture through the lens of their camera.

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*Golfing is available on our ‘Scotland & Ireland Golf Expedition’