Scotland occupies a northern third of the British Kingdom, and shares its borders with England and is surrounded by seas. It comprises of around 790 beautiful islands.
Rich in culture, it is home to a number of prehistoric castles, museums and battlegrounds. It has an old worldly feel that easily blends in and leaves the viewer breathless. Its mountains, lush green valley’s are also famous for their extensive flora and fauna.
The regions of Scotland have through the centuries maintained their differences. The Highlanders, largely Gaelic speaking were mobile cattle farmers, while the Lowlanders, English speaking, were firmly planted arable farmers. The Lowlands is the most densely populated region, an area of impressive castles, palaces, medieval burghs intertwined between the two impressive cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. The Highlands are characterised by the mountainous scenery, beautiful coastlines and a number of interesting islands.