Scotland camping trips are the perfect holiday to help you escape from busy everyday life. Unwind and experience some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. If you’re looking into arranging your own camping tour of Scotland please contact us if ’you’d like any help or advice in planning your perfect road trip.
The NC500 starts in the northern city of Inverness, weaves along the west coast to Applecross and then northwards towards the towns of Torridon and Ullapool. From there, you’ll venture to some of the most northerly coastal points in Scotland, passing by Caithness and John o’ Groats before heading south again through Dingwall and finally back to Inverness.
The remote Inner and Outer Hebridean isles beckon those looking for the ultimate tranquil holiday. Each island is a gem that weaves a spell over visitors with ethereal landscapes, rich wildlife and deep history. Are you ready to escape the hustle and bustle to the far edge of Europe, where Gaelic culture thrives and the ghosts of Vikings wander the heathered hills?
Sweeping around the most north westerly part of the Scottish mainland, the North and West Highlands driving route links Ullapool with John O’Groats and passes through the stunning North West Highlands Geopark. On the route you’ll be treated to some of the most spectacularly wild landscapes in Scotland, complete with panoramic sea views, tranquil lochs and towering mountains.
On the ‘Road to the Isles’ and just north of he village of Arisaig lies some stunning beaches overlooking the Hebridean Islands of Eigg, Rum and Skye. There are various campsites dotted along this stretch of coastline as well as plenty areas for wild camping on the edge of the white sand beaches.
Surrounded by lush Highland scenery in the north west corner of the majestic Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore boasts numerous campsites and wild camping on the banks of Loch Morlich. Towering mountains, sparkling lochs and dense forests surround this bustling town, making it a popular year-round destination for a huge range of summer and winter activities.
Placed perfectly on the magnificent east coast of Sutherland, the small village of Brora boasts a prime camping location. This small town between Dornoch and Wick is a great base for a number of superb golf courses in the area, and for touring Caithness and Sutherland.