SELF-DRIVE TOURS IN SCOTLAND FROM SINGAPORE
Nordic Visitor offers a range of self-drive tour packages that include a car type of your choice and everything else you need for a smooth road trip in Scotland, including pre-arranged accommodations (with daily breakfast), a hand-marked map, free GPS, a travel guide booklet and more.
Wondering about driving in Scotland with a Singapore license? In the UK, as long as you have a valid licence from your own country, you can hire any regular sized car (i.e., the types of vehicles we offer in our Scotland packages). Also, motorists in Scotland drive on the left side of the road like in Singapore.
When should you visit Scotland from Singapore? For mild weather in Scotland and the best driving conditions, it is ideal to travel from Singapore to Scotland between April and October. The peak summer months in Scotland are June through August.
BESPOKE HOLIDAYS IN SCOTLAND FROM SINGAPORE
Don’t want to do the driving? Nordic Visitor also offers professionally escorted tours of Scotland that are great options for solo travellers from Singapore or anyone with a keen interest in Scottish culture or whisky tasting. You can choose from privately guided tours, which are fully customisable and available year-round, or guided small group tours from May to September that include touring in a premium mini-coach with only 16 travellers in a group at most.
Want to add a few personal touches to your Scotland tour package from Singapore? Nordic Visitor’s Scotland holidays can be tailored by our local experts with extra nights at select locations, arrivals or departures in alternative Scottish cities, day tours in Edinburgh, and more. Travelling for a special occasion? We can even a tailor an itinerary for a honeymoon or romantic anniversary break in Scotland!
WHAT TO SEE ON SCOTLAND DRIVING HOLIDAYS
With driving holidays in Scotland, there are many different route options depending on the sights you prefer, your length of stay and the pace of your travel. Below are some itinerary suggestions that include the Highlands of Scotland and other top sights.
Under a week: To see the most famous Highland attractions in a short time, give yourself at least 4 - 5 days to travel around the Inverness, Fort William and Loch Lomond areas. Want to visit some islands? Then plan to spend at least 6 days to drive through the Highlands to the Isle of Skye or the Oban and Isle of Mull area. On this express route of Scotland, you can visit sights such as Loch Ness, the picturesque valley of Glen Coe, Eilean Donan Castle and more.
1 - 2 weeks: For a classic Scotland experience, we recommend holidays lasting around 10 days. This allows you to extend your Highland journey to other scenic places, like the old universtity city of St Andrews and the “Castle Trail” region of Aberdeenshire. In 12 days or more you can also drive along the scenic North Coast 500 route and visit more secluded islands such as the Orkney Islands or the Outer Hebrides. With over 2 weeks you could even extend your route to the far-flung Shetland Isles, the northernmost point of Scotland and all of Britain.