Destination Scotland

At In Your Element, we specialize in crafting bespoke outdoor experiences that showcase the best of Scotland’s natural beauty and cultural heritage. Our deep understanding of this spectacular landscape and the enjoyment it offers those that visit, enables us to offer unique travel products tailored for the discerning travel trade industry, including online travel agents, tour operators, and destination management companies.

Scotland Is A Destination Like No Other

Famed for its dramatic landscapes, historical depth, and vibrant cultural traditions. Our offerings are designed to connect your clients with the heart of Scotland through immersive outdoor experiences that span the country’s rugged mountains, serene lochs, dense forests, and picturesque coastlines. Our local expertise, knowledge of hidden gems, and historical landmarks ensures that we continually deliver travel experiences that are both authentic and exclusive.

Our portfolio includes a variety of activities such as hiking, biking and paddling, carefully planned and delivered to suit the adventurous spirit of your clients, while showcasing Scotland’s best bits. Beyond outdoor adventures, we integrate elements of Scottish culture into our itineraries, from locally sourced food and drink, to local myths and legends, or perhaps even some Highland Dancing at a mini-Highland Games, taking experiences to the next level.

Tailor-Made Scottish Experiences

We pride ourselves on our ability to provide tailored experiences. Whether your clients are looking for the thrill of exploring remote islands or the wild beauty of the back country, we have the knowledge and resources to make their journey unforgettable.

We understand the importance of creating travel experiences that stand out in the competitive market. Our commitment to excellence, combined with our local insights, makes us the perfect partner for travel trade professionals seeking to offer their clients something truly extraordinary.

Join us in promoting Scotland as the ultimate destination for clients seeking adventure, cultural richness, and connection with nature. Discover with us the iconic locations and hidden treasures that make Scotland a must-visit destination.

Scotland’s Regions

Aviemore & the Cairngorms National Park 

a cairngorms red squirrel on a tree posing for the photograph

Set in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore stands as a gateway to outdoor adventures amidst Scotland’s stunning landscapes. Perfectly suited for stag and hen groups, corporate retreats, school and youth group outings, or touring international visitors, this vibrant hub offers a wealth of experiences.

From heart-pounding mountain biking trails to leisurely nature walks, there’s something here for every adventurer. Embrace the adrenaline with activities like zip-lining, gorge walking or canoe tours, or take a more laid-back approach with wildlife spotting and scenic hikes. With its typically Highland village atmosphere and hospitality, and an abundance of outdoor pursuits, Aviemore promises to be an unforgettable venue for all who visit. Discover the magic of the Cairngorms and let Aviemore be the starting point for the next adventure in Scotland’s great outdoors.

Find out more about the region at Visit Cairngorms

Fort William & Lochaber

Ballachuilish and loch leven from the air, with the glencoe mountains in the background

Situated in the captivating region of Lochaber, Fort William (the UK Outdoor Capital) serves as a prime destination for outdoor enthusiasts seeking thrilling experiences amidst Scotland’s rugged beauty. Here you can find world-famous locations like the Arisaig Coastline, Moidart Peninsula, the Glenfinnan Viaduct (of Harry Potter fame) and who can forget the UK and Ireland’s tallest mountain, Ben Nevis.

Catering to stag and hen groups, corporate outings, groups of young people, and tourists alike, this dynamic locale offers a wealth of exciting activities. From heart-pounding gorge walking adventures to serene sea kayaking or canoe tours, there’s an adventure waiting for every type of visitor.

Experience activities like river tubing or coasteering, or take a leisurely stroll through picturesque glens and forests. With its rich history, stunning scenery, and abundance of outdoor pursuits, Fort William and Lochaber provide an unforgettable backdrop for unforgettable adventures. Whether you’re seeking adrenaline-fueled thrills or tranquil moments in nature, Fort William invites you to embark on an unforgettable journey on the stunning west coast of Scotland.

Find out more about the region at Outdoor Capital UK

Inverness & Loch Ness

urquhart castle sitting prominently on the shores of loch ness

Nestled in the stunning Scottish Highlands, Inverness and Loch Ness offer an ideal hub for outdoor activities and experiences for visiting groups. Surrounded by picturesque landscapes that include local mountains like Ben Wyvis, remote glens like the spectacular Glen Affric or historic locations like Urquhart Castle, these areas provide the perfect backdrop for outdoor experiences.

Why not organise activities like canoeing on Loch Ness, archery & axe-throwing in the private grounds of exclusive use venues, or a Mini-Highland Games for wedding guests? Whether it’s for a stag or hen group, a corporate retreat, a school trip, or simply a getaway for a group of friends and family, there’s something here for everyone.

Inverness and Loch Ness aren’t just destinations; they’re adventure playgrounds waiting to be explored.

Find out more about the region at Visit Inverness & Loch Ness

Argyll, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park

a view of stunning calm waters of loch lomond with snow capped ben lomond in the background

Nestled within the breathtaking beauty of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park lies a haven for outdoor experiences of all kinds. Designed to cater to stag and hen groups, corporate teams, school outings, and travelers from near and far, this scenic paradise offers a plethora of exciting activities.  With a backdrop such as the iconic Ben Lomond framing the scene, what’s not to like about this location.

From the quiet shores of Loch Lomond to the rugged trails of the Trossachs and the stunning Argyll Forests there’s an mini-adventure to suit every preference. Whether a group is seeking the thrill of water sports like canoeing or paddleboarding, or a gentle nature walk and wildlife spotting, Scotland’s first national park has it all.

With its charming villages, awe-inspiring vistas, and diverse range of outdoor pursuits, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park promise an unforgettable experience for all who visit. Embark on a journey to explore the wonders of this natural playground and create memories to last a lifetime.

Find out more about the region at Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park

Loch Tay & Perthshire 

looking along the length of a calm loch tay, clouds reflecting off the water.

In the heart of Scotland, tucked away in the picturesque landscapes of Perthshire, Loch Tay beckons visitors to discover its hidden treasures and outdoor wonders.

Ideal for stag and hen parties, corporate retreats, school trips, and UK or international visitors alike, this area offers an array of thrilling activities against a backdrop of stunning natural beauty. Loch Tay is surrounded by awesome hills including the Ben Lawers Group, which is an imposing backdrop to frame any photograph.

From exciting water sports on the pristine waters of Loch Tay to serene hikes through the surrounding Perthshire countryside, there’s an adventure for every type of explorer.

With its quaint little villages like Killin or Kenmore, remote glens like Glen Lyon, or the mighty River Tay, and majestic mountains like Beinn Glas, Loch Tay and Perthshire provides the perfect setting for some unforgettable experiences. Whether a group is seeking thrills or tranquility or simply to immerse themselves in the magic of this breathtaking region, Loch Tay could be that perfect place.

Find out more about the region at Visit Scotland Loch Tay