Custom Adventure Tours Scotland

Custom Adventure Tours Scotland

Custom Adventure Tours Scotland

Creating the perfect private tours for you with our Custom Adventure Tours & Private Transport Solutions.

To best take advantage of our local knowledge we invite you to let us create a custom tour for you and your group, by giving us some basic information about activities, accommodation, and any food or health requirements, we can tailor the tour around your interests and timescales.

Please contact directly to start creating your stand-alone adventure tour with a personalised itinerary.

Once we have this information (or if you prefer to talk directly please just call) we will be in touch directly to work through getting your ideal outcome, we can go over the plan together to get the finer details just right for you.

5 Steps in Creating your Private Custom Adventure Tour in Scotland

Creating your own custom adventure tour is simple with the following 5 steps, this gives you the chance to mix and match all the elements that you need to create the perfect escape in Scotland.

Using the links below to explore each area you can build up a list of things to see and do. Starting with Activities, and Experiences, add in some Food & Drink Tastings or dining options, combined with your ideal Accommodation, and locations, all with Transport options and requirements to suit your needs.

Please contact me directly to start creating your stand-alone adventure tour with a custom tour itinerary, or use the form below to find out more.

One Way Tours & Small Group Trips

Starting your custom adventure tour in Scotland with a city visit – why not venture to your next destination with us, collecting you from your accommodation we can create a mini-tour that makes the most of your journey to your next port of call. You may have a ‘must-do’ list, for your stay in Scotland, some nature walks, distillery tour, possibly outdoor adventure activities with quality accommodation set in stunning nature spots – think of us as a way to take the effort out of your travels so you can enjoy every moment and experience on offer – Contact for more details on this.

Custom & Bespoke Tours in Scotland

1 Day Custom Adventure Tours Scotland (tour venues of your choice and design).

Prices start from £250.00 per day, with a private tour guide, collection and drop-off of your choice, a great day out or the perfect way to kick start your holiday in style as you venture into your own Scottish adventures.
Take a look at our range of adventure tours to get a taste of what is on offer, and help you create your own personalised tour.

Please contact us for further details and an enquiry form to help us plan your Unique Adventure Tour with us.

Unique Adventure Tours

What we aim to do.

Unique: Itineraries offering the best of the best in custom adventure tours Scotland.

Guided: We will be with you every step (or leap) of the way, guiding, driving and sharing our passion for Scotland, the activities and adventures with you, after all, you are on holiday.

Adventures: Combining top quality activities, professional guides, with the best of Scotland’s hospitality to create your custom adventure tour.

Take a look at the YouTube channel – HERE – to see what you can expect and experience.

Reasons to take advantage of our Small Group Trips

Private Group Tours

  • Relax and leave the driving and navigating to me.
  • Space and comfort to enjoy the journey and its scenery.
  • Choose your own itinerary and destinations.
  • Explore further with local knowledge.
  • Custom Adventure Tours Scotland wide.
  • Freedom from public transport for travellers without their own vehicle.
  • Prices starting from £250.00 for the vehicle and driver for the day.

Book With Confidence:

  • Quality Transport.
  • Fully Insured and PVG checked.
  • Personable Driver/Guide.
  • Collected from, and delivered to your door.

Why not? Experience Scotland your way

  • Go on a Whisky Tour or Private Whisky Tasting.
  • Bespoke adventure tour package creation.
  • A varied selection of activities.
  • Inspire friends to try something new and exciting.
  • High-quality adventure activities.
  • Spend time with friends.
  • Multi-day trips.
  • Experienced guides – let me do all the hard work!


Please use the form below to start your enquiry.

Custom Adventure Tours FAQ’s

What is the best tour company for Scotland?

If it’s small private group tours, with fine attention to detail and luxury hospitality you’re looking for, then Unique Adventure Tours Scotland is the obvious choice.

How many days do you need to tour Scotland?

I recommend you allow 7 – 10 days in Scotland for a full and varied tour of the country’s diverse scenery and history.

How much is an average trip to Scotland?

Past travellers have spent, on average, £30 – 60 ($40 -80) on meals for one day and £30 ($40) on local transportation. Also, the average hotel price in Scotland for a couple is £120 ($166). So, a trip to Scotland for two people for one-week costs on average £1,600 ($2,220). All of these average travel prices have been collected from other travellers to help you plan your own travel budget.

What is the cheapest way to travel to Scotland?

This depends on your travel plans and movement around the country, I would say that for a varied and mixed look around the country, private transport with a guide is the choice – saving on wasted journeys, getting lost or rerouted, and having total flexibility as to where and when you visit places.
But perhaps the cheapest method of travel to cover a long distance is by bus or coach. As with the trains, booking ahead on a bus is definitely the best option. Travel between the bigger cities is often very cheap this way. 

When should I visit Scotland and Ireland?

The best time to visit Ireland and Scotland is usually off-peak in the shoulder season between April-May and September-October. If you go to Ireland and Scotland during these times you’ll avoid the crowds, but still, be able to enjoy nicer weather than in the winter.

What is the most beautiful city in Scotland?

This is a very contentious question, and of course one of personal opinion. The considerations are plenty, from Castles (like Edinburgh or Stirling), to Coastline (like Aberdeen or St Andrews), to food & drink (like Glasgow or Perth), all stunning in their own right.

What is the rainiest month in Scotland?

If dry weather is what you’re after, the months with the lowest chance of significant precipitation in Scotland are April, September, and then March. The lowest chance of rain or snow occurs around mid-March. By contrast, it’s most likely to rain or snow in early January with an average of 3 days of significant precipitation the week of January 1st.

What is the best month to visit Scotland?

If you’re looking for the very warmest time to visit Scotland, the hottest months are July, August, and then June.

How much money should I bring to Scotland?

You should plan to spend around £120 ($166) per day on your vacation in Scotland, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors.

How much is a meal in Scotland?

Scottish meals are hearty, healthy, and filling, expect to pay around 10-12 GBP for a basic meal (like a Scottish breakfast or a hearty meal of haggis neeps and tatties). For pub food like fish and chips or a filled roll, prices are usually between 5-10 GBP.