Scotland is known for its serene beauty and its highlands are a perfect blend of amazing landscapes. It combines the concoction of history, culture, architecture, history and definitely the best of Scottish scenery. For people coming here, they must know what’s in store at the highlands. Big skies with superb landscapes clubbed with warm hospitality and a treat for the taste buds. The three U’s Untameable, Unpredictable or Unbelievable literally defines the experience.
A visit here would mean getting lost in the mysterious lochs and tall mountains while one travels through the entire region. Jaw-dropping views and the passage through largest National Park of Britain would make the perfect setting for any holiday. If that was not enough, you can expect to get the sight of dolphins jumping around the Moray Coast and the sensational seascape offered by Ben Nevis, the biggest peak in Britain. There are a lot more in terms of stunning islands, long stretches of beautiful coastline, etc. The Loch Ness which deserves a special mention is the most popular loch and a must visit site here.
The Scottish Highlands offer a natural setting which stands tall as if asking for the visitors to come and explore the entire region. The place has also been the host to UCI Mountain Bike World Cup and offers an opportunity to indulge in a number of sporting activities. These include fishing, golfing, white-water rafting, Munro bagging, gorge walking, etc. For the history lovers, the air around the Highland offers several beautiful castles which are among the very best in the world. Some of the names include the Brodie Castle in Moray, Castle of Mey in the North Highlands, or Dunvegan Castle on Skye. Moreover, this place has seen the infamous massacre which took place at the Glencoe Visitor Centre.