Peruse Scotland’s rocky coastlines that attract millions of seabirds. Explore Neolithic Orkney, iconic Iona Abbey, and mystical Fingal’s Cave. Save 20% if you book by September 19, 2024.

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Scotland Slowly

  • June 3–13, 2025 Starts: Aberdeen, Scotland Ends: Glasgow, Scotland
  • June 13-23, 2025 Starts: Glasgow, Scotland Ends: Aberdeen, Scotland
  • From $7,395 to $16,995 USD Per person based on double occupancy

Save 20% on 2025 Scotland Slowly expeditions! Offer expires September 19, 2024. Terms and Conditions apply.

In the isles of Scotland, the past is present. Music, dancing, and stories. Rugged ruins. Ancient villages. Soaring seabirds. Visit mystical, coastal Scotland by ship!

Nature and culture thrive on the isles. Hear music and stories. Revel in wildlife. Absorb the scenery. Immerse yourself in history.

Visit historic Glasgow, the Western Isles, Pentland Firth, Orkney, the Shetland islands, and Aberdeen. Learn from Scottish experts as we go.

Scotland is spectacular in springtime. June is breeding season for birds. Search for whales on a Zodiac outing. Meet the locals and get a glimpse of island life. Raise a dram at world-famous distilleries. Wander among Neolithic ruins. Explore sea caves and bird cliffs.

Photo: Itinerary Map

Day 1: Aberdeen, Scotland

Day 2: Kirkwall, Orkney

Day 3: Fair Isle

Day 4–5: Papa Stour and Foula

Day 6: Stornoway, Lewis

Day 7: St. Kilda

Day 8: Skye

Day 9: Iona and Staffa

Day 10: Islay

Day 11: Glasgow/Greenock, Scotland

Photo: Venture to the tiny, far-flung archipelago of St. Kilda, which has been uninhabited since 1930. Photo by Dennis Minty.

Travel in comfort to Scotland's farthest-flung islands, only accessible by sea

Journey to Scotland’s farthest-flung islands, including the Shetlands, Orkneys, and Outer Hebrides, where crofters and fisherfolk live close to the sea and maintain an island way of life.

Make landings by Zodiac in places otherwise inaccessible to travellers and visit the abandoned settlement at St. Kilda, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Photo: Lewis Castle, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis. Photo by Kristian Bogner.

Immerse yourself in history at standing stones, brochs, ruins, and castles

Wander wide-eyed through Scotland’s rich and layered history that rises up from the ground to meet you.

Visit archaeological ruins including standing stones, brochs, ancient complexes, and medieval castles.

Learn about the English, Scots, Norse, Pictish, and Neolithic cultures that all made their mark in Scotland.

Photo: Visit several uninhabited isles and take in the sights, sounds, and smells of millions of thriving marine life and seabirds in their natural habitat. Photo by Dennis Minty.

Spot seabirds and whales in rich marine environments

Peruse Scotland’s rocky coastlines that attract millions of seabirds, including northern gannets and puffins.

Cruise the rich waters of the North Atlantic and North Sea that are favoured by numerous species of whales.

Enjoy the springtime conditions that are excellent for viewing seabirds and spotting marine mammals.

Photo: Take a Zodiac cruise at the Isle of Staffa, famed for basaltic formations and numerous caves, the best known being Fingal’s Cave. Photo by Dennis Minty.

Get up-close-and-personal to some of Europe's finest cliffs and caves on daily Zodiac rides

See for yourself why Felix Mendelssohn was inspired to write his overture The Hebrides after visiting Fingal’s Cave on the Isle of Staffa.

Explore the rugged coastline and spot plentiful marine and bird life among Papa Stour’s cliffs, caves, sea stacks, and blowholes.

Access uninhabited isles only reachable by Zodiac.

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