Visit Moray Speyside – Information for the Press and Media
Visit Moray Speyside are the only organisation in the world whose sole focus is on raising the profile of this incredible region and positioning Moray Speyside as the world-class destination that we all know it is.
Visit Moray Speyside represent the interests of almost 400 tourism businesses spread throughout Moray, from enchanting, secluded self-catering properties to boutique hotels, more than a dozen of Speyside’s world-famous distilleries and a host of unique attractions and activities.
We regularly arrange themed press trips and media visits and can also help with story angles and imagery as well as suggest where to eat, drink and shop and find the best entertainment for your readers, viewers or listeners.
If you would like to visit or write about Moray Speyside, we are here to help with any part of your press trip.
Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Information for Tourism Businesses in Moray Speyside
One of the ways we showcase our region to the world is by hosting press and journalists and, increasingly by working with bloggers and social media influencers.
We are always keen to speak to tourism businesses who want to get involved with our press & media campaigns – this could be hosting a journalist for dinner or providing accommodation or activities.
If you’d like to work with us on our upcoming press & media trips, please drop us an email or give us a call.
Annual Visitor Summary & Economic Impact Statistics
Visit Moray Speyside, and our predecessor Moray Speyside Tourism have commissioned an annual visitor summary and economic impact report since 2010.
The visitor summary, or STEAM Report, is produced by Global Tourism Solutions using information supplied at regional level and from the VisitScotland national occupancy monitor.
It is only these figures that apply only to Moray Speyside. All other national level information includes Moray Speyside as part of another region, or region(s).
You can access annual visitor summary going back to 2013 below:
- 2020 Full Data (PDF File)
- 2019 Full Data (PDF File)
- 2019 Summary (PDF File)
- 2018 Full Data (PDF File)
- 2018 Narrative (PDF File)
- 2017 Full Data (PDF File)
- 2017 Summary (PDF File)
- 2016 Full Data (PDF File)
- 2015 Full Data (PDF File)
- 2015 Narrative (PDF File)
- 2014 Summary (Excel File)
- 2013 Summary (Excel File)