Glenfiddich Distillery


In the heart of the Highlands, surrounded by forest, the ruins of a medieval castle and a natural spring, is a landscape little changed since 1886. That’s when Glenfiddich’s founder, William Grant, gathered his family of nine children to build the distillery with their bare hands. Around one year later, on Christmas Day, 1887, the […]

WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre


Visit the WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre for the chance to see the amazing bottlenose dolphins of the Moray Firth. Enjoy beautiful walks along the tumultuous River Spey, spot a seal or osprey, and discover Spey Bay’s fishing heritage during a tour of the historic Icehouse. Entry to the centre is FREE.

Birding Ecosse


There are many bird watching tour companies and indeed birding tour guides in the Highlands of Scotland, so why should you book a trip with Birding Ecosse? Well what we offer is more than just a Birding Tour, we offer life long memories. From the moment you contact us we will make sure your Highlands […]

Burnside of Ballintomb


Makers and designers of Hardwood Furniture. Here on Speyside discover the home of beautiful hardwood furniture fashioned from the finest native hardwoods, and using only traditional methods, we will create for you a new experience in wood.



Tomintours are guided nature, wildlife and photography walks for a maximum of two guests tailored to your requirements and / or ability. Tomintours is a sole trader business run by Mark Ranner based in Tomintoul the Highest village in the Scottish Highlands.

Flyboard Scotland


Come Fly with us…. Our professional and fully qualified instructors will teach you the basics of Flyboarding in minutes, with most first time flyers managing to master the basics in their first lesson

Keith & Dufftown Railway


Keith and Dufftown Railway The Keith & Dufftown Railway (‘The Whisky Line’) is the most northerly heritage railway in Scotland, running for 11 miles from Dufftown railway station (Ordnance Survey grid reference NJ322414) to Keith Town (NJ429508) via Drummuir (NJ378442). Originally part of the former Great North of Scotland Railway line which linked Aberdeen with […]