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  • Introducing Scotland
    Introducing Scotland Start exploring Scotland with Lonely Planet’s video guide to getting around, when to go and the top things to do while you're there. For more travel tips, head to https://www.lonelyplanet.com/scotland
  • Secret Scotland | Hostelworld
    Secret Scotland | Hostelworld We’ve lifted the lid on the best things to do in Scotland for those looking for secret adventures and uniquely Scottish experiences. From stunning beaches to the best stargazing spots in Europe, it’s time to spill Scotland’s secrets… Click here to find out more: https://hwrld.co/2NvUpyz
  • Scotland Bucketlist Top 10
    Scotland Bucketlist Top 10 As featured in the travel blog: http://www.airbornelens.com/blog/2016/12/20/scotland-bucketlist-top-10-places-you-must-visit-in-scotland

    Scotland Bucketlist: Top 10 Things You Must Do In Scotland.

    An aerial and time-lapse tour around one of the world's greatest countries. Filmed by Airborne Lens and Airborne Media Productions throughout 2016.

    Featuring (in order):
    Rannoch Moor
    Forth Bridge
    Glencoe
    Glen Etive
    The Enchanted Forest
    Dundee
    Edinburgh
    Eilean Donan Castle
    Floors Castle
    Culzean Castle
    Kilchurn Castle
    Drummond Castle and Gardens
    Portree Harbour
    Kilt Rock, Isel of Skye
    Sligachan
    Quiraing
    Glenbrittle
    Aberfeldy Dewars Distillery
    Talisker Distillery Carbost
    Rannoch Moor
    Pass of Glencoe
    Buachaille Etive Mòr
    Kelvingrove, Glasgow
    Glasgow University
    Scott’s View
    Abbotsford House
    St Mary's Loch
    Inverness
    Kessock Bridge
    Dunnet Beach
    John o’Groats
    Brough Bay
    Moray Firth
    Loch Droma
    Edinburgh Castle
    Holyrood Park

    Music: The Fathers Heart by Tony Anderson licensed through Musicbed

    Filmed and Produced by Airborne Lens http://www.airbornelens.com/
  • Scotland: A Bird's Eye View
    Scotland: A Bird's Eye View A stunning short film capturing the beauty of Scotland. Filmed throughout 2015, filmmaker Liam Anderstrem used the latest in aerial and stabilised camera technology. Take a bird's-eye journey around one of the world's most scenic and mystical countries.
  • Scotland is Now | 1st Look TV
    Scotland is Now | 1st Look TV In this episode of 1st Look, Johnny travels to Scotland to learn about Scottish tailoring, play a round in the birthplace of golf: St. Andrews, taste the world-renowned whisky and gin, indulge in its premium seafood prepared by Michelin star chefs, and understand what makes Scotland so special.

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  • Scotland in 8K!
    Scotland in 8K! Big thanks to VisitScotland for bringing us out and showing us an AWESOME time in Scotland. See some more of our adventure here: http://go.visit.sc/ScotlandLife

    Check out the BTS here: https://youtu.be/pI_NwGTd7Z8

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    Thanks to Liam Anderstrem of Airborne Lens for helping us out with all of the drone photography.
    If you need any drone work he is your guy!
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    Music by Trevor DeMaere and David Eman
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    Film by Tyson Henderson in 8K on the RED Helium with the Devin Graham Signature Series Glidecam.
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    Timelapse Photography Carter Hogan
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    Edit by Tyson Henderson using Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
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  • Beautiful Scotland - Aerial / Drone Showreel
    Beautiful Scotland - Aerial / Drone Showreel http://john-duncan.co.uk
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    Over the past 8 or so months I've travelled around Scotland usually getting up at offensively early times to get good light. I wanted to make a film which really shows what a beautiful country Scotland is. Living in Edinburgh we're fortunate to have some truly magnificent sights on our doorstep.

    Filming this has been incredible, most of the shots have involved some kind of adventure. From camping on top of Sgurr a’Mhaim as the sun sets, driving overnight to the Old man of Storr on Skye catching the sun rise and stomping through fields chasing the Jacobite Steam Train.
    Shot on a DJI Phantom 2 with a Gopro 3+ (with FPV) this little Quadcopter is quite incredible. It allows you to get shots that a helicopter couldn’t even get into.

    By shooting 2.7k on the Gopro I was able to scale up the footage in a 1920p sequence to get tighter shots, this allowed me to stay within the CAA UAV regulations. The Gopro was shooting mosting on 2.7k Medium or Wide CAMRAW and was graded with speedgrade. Despite it’s size the camera is great as long as there is enough light! Hopefully over the next few months i’ll be upgrading to the DJI s900 which will take a GH4 camera.

    I found a great website called Suncalc which projects a chart onto google maps which shows you the angle that the sun will rise from at specific times which was really helpful in planning where to be when. Fortunately the Met Office and MWIS forecasts were pretty spot on so there weren’t too many wasted trips. Walkhighlands.com has been a great resource for researching routes

    In the film there are shots from Skye – Quairang, Old man of Storr, Buachaille Etive Mor, Sgurr a’Mhaim – Devil’s Ridge, Ben Nevis, Forth Rail Bridge, Dunbar, Rannoch Moor, Wallace Monument, Edinburgh, Glenfinnan Viaduct, The Kelpies.

    Music: Tony Anderson - Rise (https://www.themusicbed.com/songs/rise/3999)

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  • SCOTLAND - a 4K timelapse
    SCOTLAND - a 4K timelapse A timelapse journey through some of the most beautiful places in Scotland. Filmed in Glasgow, the Isle of Skye, Inverness, the Highlands, Glencoe,...

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    Almost 200 gigabytes of pictures taken during two weeks in September 2017. It was my more challenging project due to the constant rain and wind.

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  • Wild Scotland
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    WATCH THE BEHIND THE SCENES HERE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nodX5ceHCsw

    For my second aerial film, entitled ‘Wild Scotland’, I wanted to showcase some of the wilderness this magnificent country has to offer. From the Highlands and Islands on the west coast to John O’Groats and North Berwick on the east I’ve captured just a fraction of the stunning wilderness which Scotland has to offer.

    I’ve spent the last few months travelling up and down the country capturing locations, carefully planning my schedule to take advantage of the best light, be that dawn or dusk. Along the way I’ve been lucky to pick up some unexpected shots such as deer near Ardnamurchan and a large group of seals in a bay near John O’ Groats at the very top of the British mainland. I was lucky to experience a prolonged spell of good weather so filming this was a much faster process than for my first aerial film; Beautiful Scotland - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA_CLal14u4

    Making this film involved a series of mini adventures. Hiking up Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill at 3am in the pitch dark, to film the spectacular serrated ridge of An Teallach, and hearing stags roaring in the valleys below is a memory that will stay with me for a very long time. Also filming Bass Rock near North Berwick, which is home is to the world’s largest single rock Gannet colony with some 40,000 pairs of birds, at first light was a real treat.

    The film was mostly shot on the DJI Inspire 1 and for the more remote locations I used the DJI Phantom 3 which can be packed in a backpack really easily.

    Big shout out to Drew Gibson (http://www.twitter.com/drew_the_editor) who has done another magnificent job colour grading this and also to Pete Smith (http://www.thesoundspace.co.uk/) who created the sound mix. Cheers also to Rob Waugh (http://www.facebook.com/curiousrobinfilms) for feeding back throughout the edit and helping suggest locations.

    Locations in order –

    An Teallach
    Ardnamurchan lighthouse
    Bidein A’ Ghlas Thuill
    Mangersta Sea Stacks, Isle of Harris
    Suilven
    Luskentyre Beach, Isle of Harris
    Callanish Standing stones, Isle of Lewis
    Duncansby Bay (Seal shot)
    Tantallon Caslte
    Bass Rock
    Ardnamurchan
    Duncansby sea stacks
    Glen Etive
    Castle Stalker
    Arisaig
    Forth Rail Bridge
    Neist Point, Isle of Skye

    Music again by the fantastic Tony Anderson – Eyes Wide Open

    For footage licencing enquiries please email me at – hello@john-duncan.co.uk

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  • A Guide to Weather in Scotland
    A Guide to Weather in Scotland Scotland’s weather is a whole other topic of conversation that typically comes up in everyday chat at least once or twice. Our weather can be unpredictable and changes so often that you may well experience all four seasons in one day, but it’s unlikely. The best advice we can give you is: be prepared!

    Scottish weather is often mild, with a moderate chance of rain, but that never stops us from making the most of the day, no matter what the weather throws at us. From windy walks on the beach or sunny bike rides on woodland trails, to gorge walking in the drizzle or skiing and snowboarding on real snow – there’s plenty you can do come rain or shine (or even snow!).

    Scotland forms the top of the small, northerly island of the United Kingdom, meaning no matter where you decide to visit, you won’t be far from a glorious beach or seaside location. This also means we have the exposure of the arctic air off the North Sea, as well as the warm swells of the Gulf Steam. However, these balance each other out, giving Scotland a temperate maritime climate for a large part of the year.

    There are a few things to remember to bring with you to make sure your time in Scotland is enjoyable and memorable:

    - The right clothing! There’s nothing worse than being stuck outdoors without the right jacket or pair of shoes for the terrain or landscape you’re on.
    - An umbrella always comes in handy for those unexpected showers.
    - Sunglasses may be needed for those glorious days of sunshine… yes, we do see the sun in Scotland!
    - Remember to layer up. Bring plenty of t-shirts and a snug jumper, or why not buy a knitted jumper made of Scottish wool while you’re here?

    Scotland’s varied weather benefits a lot outdoor pursuits, activities and sightseeing opportunities across the country. Our long summer days mean you have more daylight to explore Scotland’s landscape and the further north you go the more daylight you get, so this is a great time to explore the Highlands and northern corners of Scotland.

    With the strong, steady currents, the Atlantic and North seas can produce some of the best surfing conditions in Europe. There are miles of picturesque coastline that provide the perfect location to try your hand at surfing, or a range of other watersports too.

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  • Scenic Scottish Railway Journeys
    Scenic Scottish Railway Journeys All aboard! Ditch the car, kick back, relax, and watch Scotland’s spellbinding landscapes go by as you explore the country. Travel through iconic Highland vistas in a vintage steam locomotive or zip through the picture-postcard countryside of the lowlands. Whether you find yourself chugging along a Victorian heritage line, or riding the new landmark Scottish Borders Railway, catching the train remains one of the best ways to experience Scotland.
    Learn more about our scenic Scottish rail journeys at https://www.visitscotland.com/see-do/tours/railway/
    Scotland. A spirit of its own. Discover it for yourself at https://www.visitscotland.com/about/uniquely-scottish/scotspirit/
  • Great Scenic Rail Journeys of Scotland
    Great Scenic Rail Journeys of Scotland A short and scenic aerial tour of Scotland, featuring some of the greatest rail journeys in the world. Includes the iconic Jacobite steam train as it travels from Fort William to Mallaig and across the Glenfinnan Viaduct, made famous in the Hollywood film Harry Potter. Also includes sections of the West Highland Line, Strathspey Steam Railway, Borders Railway and Forth Rail Bridge.

    Filmed by and copyright of The Airborne Lens Company, Ltd.
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  • Uncover ten of Scotland's best secret beaches
    Uncover ten of Scotland's best secret beaches When the sun is out, Scotland's coastlines. The Silver Sands of Morar, Luskentyre and Vatersay to name but a few are all well worth a visit.
    If you're visiting Scotland for a few days or a few months, there's beaches all across Scotland that'll take your breath away.
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    Read more on this story: https://www.scotsman.com/lifestyle/travel/video-10-secluded-scottish-beaches-to-visit-1-4546618
  • Rick Steves - Scotland's Highlands
    Rick Steves - Scotland's Highlands The Highlands stoke kilted dreams of Scotland…where legends of Bonnie Prince Charlie swirl around lonely castles. We visit the "Weeping Glen" of Glencoe, bustling Inverness, and the battlefield at Culloden. Then we'll make a pilgrimage to the spiritual capital of a major clan, and go prehistoric at Stone Age burial grounds and Iron Age island forts. Venturing along the Caledonian Canal and watching for Nessie at Loch Ness, we work up an appetite for modern Scottish cuisine and enjoy traditional folk music.

    Rick Steves, America's most respected authority on European travel, writes European travel guidebooks and hosts travel shows on public television and public radio.
  • A Tour of the Scottish Highlands
    A Tour of the Scottish Highlands Crank up the speakers for this one :)
    I had the opportunity to spend 5 days exploring the highlands of Scotland for 5 days. Truly one of my favorite places I have ever visited. This video conveys my experience in Scotland! I used my Drone / UAS to capture the beautiful and majestic Scottish Highlands.
  • High Above, The Scottish Highlands - Movie
    High Above, The Scottish Highlands - Movie We spent 2 weeks in the Scottish Highlands armed with a few GoPro 4's, a Canon 600d and a Phantom 2. We opted for the Phantom purely for how easy it is to hike long distance with it. We spent one week in the beautiful Lochinver and the other in the breathtaking Torridon.
  • Highlands of Scotland - Epic 4K Drone Video
    Highlands of Scotland - Epic 4K Drone Video Shot using DJI p4pro drone and canon 5d 4 for timelapses.
  • Hidden Highlands
    Hidden Highlands It may be one of the most recognisable corners of Scotland, but there is still a lot you don’t know about the Highlands.

    Witness the stark beauty of the region, with jagged cliffs, towering Munros and faraway castles framing the landscape. Explore the hidden history of Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, near Wick, or scale the summit of Stac Pollaidh, near Ullapool.

    Go off the beaten track. Perhaps you’ll find that a mountain biking adventure is on the cards at the Abriachan Forest? Or, see what you can discover in the wildest corners of the Cairngorms National Park.

    Feel the breeze as you explore some of the area’s most impressive yet undiscovered coastlines, from the pristine sands of Sanna Bay to the north westerly shores of Assynt.

    Eat or drink something truly delicious –the region is famous for its produce, with restaurants cooking up freshly-caught seafood, homemade treats and quality meat. Try a dish at the Ghille Brighde Restaurant on the shores of Loch Torridon, and follow it up with a tasty dram of Speyside single malt.

    For new experiences and unexpected discoveries, head for the Highlands!

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  • The Highlands
    The Highlands Think you know the Highlands? This region in Scotland is not just breathtaking beaches and the Loch Ness Monster - it is also home to the Mountain Bike World Cup, beautiful wildlife and the world's only Malt Whisky Trail. Get to know the Highlands today!
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  • Mountains of Scotland - Nevis and Glencoe
    Mountains of Scotland - Nevis and Glencoe
  • Rick Steves - Scotland's Islands
    Rick Steves - Scotland's Islands We'll begin on the tranquil Isle of Iona, where Christianity first reached the shores of Scotland. Then we'll visit another of the Inner Hebrides, road-tripping across the Isle of Skye, where we'll explore Iron Age forts, peat fields, a venerable distillery, thatched crofter huts, and the dramatic Trotternish Peninsula. Finally, we'll sail to Orkney — more Nordic than Celtic — with its stony remnants of a thriving Iron Age civilization and evocative reminders of the 20th-century wartime harbor at Scapa Flow.

    Rick Steves, America's most respected authority on European travel, writes European travel guidebooks and hosts travel shows on public television and public radio.
  • Skye, Scotland: Pretty Portree - Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide - Travel Bite
    Skye, Scotland: Pretty Portree - Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide - Travel Bite More information about travel to Scottish Isles: https://www.ricksteves.com/europe/scotland

    Skye's best home base is the town of Portree, nestled deep in its protective harbor. Portree, with its narrow streets and humble shops, restaurants, and hotels, is the island's largest town and tourism center.

    Visit http://www.ricksteves.com for more information about this destination and other destinations in Europe.

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  • The ISLE OF SKYE Scotland - Highlands by Drone...
    The ISLE OF SKYE Scotland - Highlands by Drone... A brief video of a long weekend in the Island of Skye!
  • A Touch of Skye, the Isle, Scotland  -  Dji Mavic Pro drone -  Skydronauts
    A Touch of Skye, the Isle, Scotland - Dji Mavic Pro drone - Skydronauts The Isle of Skye, connected to Scotland's northwest coast by bridge, is known for its rugged landscapes, endearing wildlife, spectacular waterfalls, picturesque fishing villages and medieval castles. Skye is the largest island in the Inner Hebrides archipelago, with an indented coastline of peninsulas and narrow lochs, radiating out from a mountainous interior, featuring the Talisker Distillery, Dunvegan Castle, the Old Man of Storr, the magical Fairie Pools, sandy Coral Beach, Kilt Rock and the spectacular Lealt Falls, to name but a few highlights worth visiting on the isle.

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    Music: Royal Scots Dragoon Guards - Last of the Mohicans
  • The Dream of Life - Isle of Skye
    The Dream of Life - Isle of Skye Let's suppose that you were able every night to dream any dream you wanted to dream... what would it be?

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  • Scotland from Above in High Definition - Isle of Skye to Ben Nevis (HD)
    Scotland from Above in High Definition - Isle of Skye to Ben Nevis (HD) This week's full length show takes us on a route through Scotland from Isle of Skye - Eilean Donan Castle - Rum - Egg - Mull - Iona - & Fort William - also taking in spectacular highland lochs and glens. Hope you enjoy it!
  • Weave your own story, Outer Hebrides
    Weave your own story, Outer Hebrides The idyllic island chain of the Outer Hebrides offers a rich tapestry of experiences unlike any other place on earth.

    You could get your island adventure off to a flying start – take a plane and land on the white sands of Traigh Mhor, the world’s only beach airport for scheduled flights, on the enchanting Isle of Barra.

    Get a real taste of the islands and sample Isle of Harris Gin, infused with locally harvested sugar kelp, or perhaps head to the shoreline to meet some of the natives of the Outer Hebrides, which include laidback seals, playful otters and graceful seabirds.

    Ready to make a splash? Take to the water and explore the coast. Set a gentle paddling pace in a sea kayak, or ride the crest of the waves on a surfing session. Or why not stay dry as you traverse causeways and pedal along island roads on two wheels following the Hebridean Way, an unforgettable long distance cycling route?

    Discover the layers of Gaelic culture and important traditions including the weaving of beautiful Harris Tweed. Visit fantastic events such as the HebCelt Festival in Stornoway, or get an insight into the island’s ancient heritage at the breathtaking and mysterious Calanais Standing Stones. Weave together your own incredible story in the Outer Hebrides.

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  • Scotland Beaches Best In The World!
    Scotland Beaches Best In The World! Wild Camping Outer Hebrides 2017 Tour

    Skye
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    Uist
    Barra
  • Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
    Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland A winter trip to the stunning, magical Isle of Harris. Harris is characterised by high mountains, sea lochs, coastal islands, and beautiful white beaches punctuating the predominant grey rock and green heather. Anyone who loves the far north west of Scotland will be drawn to Harris.
  • Summer in the Outer Hebrides
    Summer in the Outer Hebrides http://www.toddwellfilms.com

    Summer in the Outer Hebrides

    This is an entry for the Neumann Films 'Summer In' Competition. Filmed on location in Eriskay, South Uist, benbecula, North Uist and Berneray.

    Shot on: Canon 60D, Magic Lantern, Tiffen Variable ND, B+W CPL, Sigma 18-200mm f3.5-6.3

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  • Outer Hebrides, "These fabulous islands".
    Outer Hebrides, "These fabulous islands". Video showing our trip to the Outer Hebrides. Beautiful beaches, fantastic scenery and great people inhabit these wonderful islands. If you get the chance you must visit them.
  • NC500 | The World’s Greatest Road Trip
    NC500 | The World’s Greatest Road Trip NC500 cruised into Travel Now Magazine's top 6 coastal routes in the world, and here's why! Find out more with our brief guide at: http://www.nomadic-planet.com/2017/06/10/wild-camping-on-scotlands-north-coast-500/

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  • Discover the North Coast 500 - Scotland's Route 66
    Discover the North Coast 500 - Scotland's Route 66 500 miles of open road. Stark natural beauty. Highland magic. Discover all of this and more along the North Coast 500!

    Grab your friends, family members, pets, and pile in the car for one of the best ways to see the glorious Highlands. Never-ending back roads, wide meandering country tracks and beautiful bends are just a few things you can expect along this epic driving route, also known as Scotland’s answer to Route 66.

    Starting and finishing in Inverness, you’ll be met with awe-inspiring geographical features, crumbling ruins, foodie experiences around every corner, as well as miles and miles of stunning coastline.
    Still searching for your next unforgettable road trip? Look no further than the #NC500.

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  • SCOTLAND'S NORTH COAST 500 IN 4K
    SCOTLAND'S NORTH COAST 500 IN 4K We recently took a 10-day road trip around Scotland's North Coast 500.

    This is 516 miles of pure beauty through the Scottish Highlands encountering highland cows, stags, sheep, and stunning coastline along the way! We were able to see it all from above. These are the best spots from the trip.

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  • Blown Away, By the North Coast 500 route, Scotland
    Blown Away, By the North Coast 500 route, Scotland The route that circles around Scotland’s top north highlands has always been there, but never got a name, until not so long ago. Now, known as the North Coast Route 500, this natural itinerary moved in the limelight, and was nicknamed Scotland’s Route 66.

    This may sound daunting, but we have just been on a trip that strikes the perfect balance between planning and spontaneity, and is not to mention one of the most beautiful places we have ever encountered.

    If you want to take it easy and spend time at every attraction, you’ll need 7 days and a cheap car rental, and that’s all it will take to experience a whole new world 

    Some great spot you’ll find along the road:

    Day 1 Some spectacular sights, starting in the northernmost city in the UK, called Inverness. Bordered by rolling hills and castle ruins at Loch Ness, it’s as beautiful as it is mysterious.

    Stop at the Dunrobin Castle is just as beautiful. Everything about it, the gardens, spires and turrets makes it look like a castle that comes straight out of a fairy-tale, while Disney looks dismal in comparison.

    Just a short drive away is the Carn Liath, a prehistoric structure that takes you back to the iron age when it was originally built. Only 19 metres in diameter, it’s easy to get a real sense of the place and admire it in its entirety.

    DAY 2: Brora to Thurso
    Wake up early and do a little bit of exploring in Brora, known for its golden sandy beaches and array of sea life. Dolphins, Minke whales and seals are regular visitors.

    Grey Cairns of Camster. These rare Neolithic stone tombs are definitely worth a visit. They hold immense historical value that were built over 5000 years ago, unveiling many secrets of that time.

    Characterized by immense cliff stacks, this impressive path leads to the remote Duncansby Head lighthouse. Perched on the corner of a sheer drop.

    Port Lybster is a fun stop over for who lover lighthouses.

    DAY 3: Thurso to Durness
    Scotland is scattered with hundreds of these historical ruins, of both enchanting castles and landhouses. Another one to look out for is Castle Varig, which is well worth a short hike up a neighbouring hill that offers the best viewpoint of the castle, and a nearby loch. 

    Secondly, an assortment of wildlife tours that take you to the perfect vantage points, where you can view the stunning local Puffins up close.

    Durness: the best artisan chocolate in all of Scotland, at the Cocoa Mountain Café and Chocolatier, and when paired with one of their famous coffee blends, you may just want to stay here all day.

    Smoo cave is truly exceptional, making it onto our list of top 5 experiences along the NC 500. It’s unique in that it’s formed by two caves, one fresh-water cave and one sea-water cave, linking together as one. The entrance has been formed by the action of the sea, whereas the inner chambers are freshwater passages, and if you dare enter the cave, you’ll be rewarded with the sight of a spectacular waterfall.

    DAY 4: Durness to Ullapool
    Achmelvich beach is by far the best place to chill, with its soft white sand and pristine clear blue waters that could easily match those of the Maldives (except for the temperature).


    DAY 5: Ullapool to Torridon
    Ullapool is a popular holiday destination for the Scots, and although it’s relatively big and touristy, it has its own unique charm that’s worth experiencing. When the crowds get too much, jump back into nature to see one of the natural wonders of the Highlands - Corrieshalloch Gorge.

    DAY 6: Torridon to Strathpeffer
    Torridon boasts some of the most picturesque landscapes we’ve had the pleasure of seeing with our own eyes, and the perfect finale to a memorable trip. Wake up early and let the sunlight reveal it to you.

    Once you’ve had a chance to take it all in, head over to a peninsula called Applecross, made up of small-scale food producers. It’s relatively unknown to tourists and is home to a number of gems if you take the time to explore the community.

    Then to end the roadtrip off on a high, take a turn onto the Bealach na Ba road, meaning “The Pass of the Cattle”. This is by far one of the most impressive roads in the UK, with remarkable views of , the whole of Skye, and the Islands of Rum and the Outer Hebrides while the road wind towards Strathpeffer.
     
     
    DAY 7: Strathpeffer to Inverness
    Waking up in Strathpeffer, knowing it’s your final day, can’t help but make one feel slightly heart sore. However, there’s nothing quite like a spa day to make you feel better, and it just so happens that that town is known for its Spas.

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  • Scotland's Most Beautiful Beach & Stunning Sunset at John O'Groats | North Coast 500
    Scotland's Most Beautiful Beach & Stunning Sunset at John O'Groats | North Coast 500 The time has come! It's time to explore our own backyard before we set off on our big Aussie adventure. We go on an EPIC 6-day road trip in the Scottish Highlands and we want you to come along - The North Coast 500. From golden beaches, incredibly deep caves, thundering waterfalls, vertigo-inducing gorges, campfires, being ambushed by midges and so so much more. Come see what Scotland has to offer..

    We spend our morning on Scotland's most beautiful golden sand beach in Durness. Next stop we're in Scotland's famous Smoo Cave.. we cannot believe the size of it! Ziplines from cliffs over beaches and surfers in Scotland. We drive further and further to reach Scotland's most Northern point, John O'Groats. So why not camp there..
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  • Explore Scotland | The Glencoe & Glenfinnan Road Trip!
    Explore Scotland | The Glencoe & Glenfinnan Road Trip! Join me in my final video from my iconic Scottish locations road trip. In this video I explore Glencoe and Glenfinnan (both famous movie spots here in Scotland). We drive through the glen, stopping off at various sites along the way and even come across the three sisters piper!

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  • A DRAMATIC Tour of Scotland
    A DRAMATIC Tour of Scotland *To book YOUR Orkney Isles Explorer Tour with Rabbies, click here: http://tidd.ly/74d1fcdb

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    In today's episode, I leave Edinburgh on a tour of Scotland, heading through the heart of the Scottish islands and heading on up to the Orkney Isles, where I'll be staying for three days and will be doing a three part docuvlog series about. We are staying in Kirkwall in Orkney and will be visiting some of the island's famous neolithic settlements and standing stones.

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  • Scotland's ANCIENT Stone Circle Island Mystery DISCOVERED
    Scotland's ANCIENT Stone Circle Island Mystery DISCOVERED 🇳🇴🗿WELCOME TO ORKNEY! *To book YOUR Orkney Isles Explorer Tour with Rabbies, click here: http://tidd.ly/74d1fcdb

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    In today's episode, Scotland's ANCIENT Stone Circle Island Mystery DISCOVERED, we go on an epic tour of Neolithic Orkney, taking in sites including the Stenness Stones, the Ring of Brodgar, MaesHowe and also taking a look at the wee town of Stromness. This is my first video ever uploaded in super high definition 4K video.

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  • the ULTIMATE Scottish Road Trip
    the ULTIMATE Scottish Road Trip *To book YOUR NC500 Tour with Rabbies, click here: http://tidd.ly/74d1fcdb

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    In today's episode, I leave Orkney, head back to the Scottish mainland and begin the NC500 road trip towards Ullapool and eventually Inverness, checking out all of the best sites along the way, including Culloden Battlefield and Clava Cairs, which was the Craigh na Dun inspiration in Outlander.

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