True Highlands Blog
With its glens, mountains, lochs and forests, the Highlands are a haven for wildlife. The areas sparse human population leaves plenty of space for animals and plants to flourish, and the Highlands have become a top destination to come and see some of Britain’s rarest species.
Winter is a time for whisky drinking. There is something truly special about curling up beside a peat fire, with a fine dram or a hot toddy. As midsummer approaches however, and optimistic Scots start to dream of sunshine, it’s time to pack away the single malt and investigate Scotlands other national drink.
The iconic image of Stonehenge is famous the world over. There is no doubting it is an impressive sight, but the fact that English Heritage have turned the visitor experience into something akin to a theme park, (with a price to match) where you still can’t get close to the stones themselves, has led to a resurgence of interest in Scottish alternatives.