Today we are going to explore some routes from Glasgow Campervan Hire to the Highlands in Scotland and some exciting unique experiences.Have you been thinking about hiring a campervan to explore Scotland? Not sure what sort of routes you can take from Glasgow Campervan Hire? Here at Trax we have the great top tips to make your decisions easier!
We are sure you are here for all the low down on the Highlands of Scotland! The landscape is absolutely stunning with the mesmerising views is all you could have dreamed for. The places that you can find on your journey will create memories forever! Trax offers Glasgow Campervan Hire, meaning you are able to pick up your camper van in Glasgow and follow and travel wherever you’d love to with your new home on wheels!
We have had a couple of customers returning from Highlands in the last few weeks and they can’t recommend enough Tomintoul and Glenlivet at Cairngorms National Park. There are lots of things to do at Glenlivet, where some of the greatest scenery of the Highlands. You can find there clear streams of rivers, sheltered straths and lots of open space with some peace and quiet with yourself or with anyone else you are travelling with. You never know, it may be the perfect spot for some yoga - if you are into that, that is! Guess what guys?! We have saved the best news for last! The Tomintoul & Glenlivet Cairngorms Dark Sky Park is the most northern and darkest in the UK. I think you’ve guessed it! This means that your walk after dark over here will be unforgettable due to the sheer number of stars visible at night. According to a new study, this is also the best place in the UK to see the Perseid meteor showers lightening in the night skies! This place is just the number one spot for stargazing, and what better way to do it than from the comfort of your campervan bed from Glasgow Campervan Hire.
Loch Ness - where the monster Nessie hides! The views at Loch Ness are beautiful. We have got some secret hidden gems around here that we’ll share with you. If you head to the South side of Loch Ness you will get away from the crowded side to the more peaceful and scenic place round Loch Ness. You can find the Inverfarigaig Pier, which was built by the famous engineer Thomas Telford. Usually people visit to see the fantastic scenery and enjoy a quiet picnic! If you are like us, we are down for any water sport adventure - this is why Glasgow Campervan Hire is great because they are spacious and you can carry your paddle boards or kayaks. There is a great spot for Kayaking on the Great Glen Canoe Trail, this trail follows an ancient route along the Caledonian Canal then from Fort William to Inverness while you are passing through the Loch Ness. What better way to explore the Loch Ness than being in the loch yourself! We almost forgot to mention the Loch Ness 360 trail. This is a 80-mile trip that can be completed either walking or cycling and it runs around the whole Loch Ness. As we mentioned earlier,
we can’t miss from your pit stop the hidden gems around Loch Ness. At the North end of Loch Ness to the South end - there are plenty of hidden lochs to be discovered. We won’t go much into details because it’s more fun when you discover them yourselves.
Isle of Skye is a popular option on most travellers' wish list! From Glasgow Campervan Hire people tend to venture out straight towards Isle of Skye. There are a lot of fun things to do. Go and visit the original distillery here, it is set on shores of Loch Harport with excellent views of the Cuillins. Of course, you can enjoy the Single Malt whisky yourself too! Are you interested in history? We got you covered! Go and visit The Skye Museum of Island Life. you’ll be able to see old tools they used to use, thatched cottages too. Once you step inside the museum it will feel like you are stepping into an old Highland village. The museum offers a true insight of how it was 100 years ago.
We hope this has in some way helped you decide where you would like to go to visit the Highlands of Scotland. Here at Trax, we will always make sure you have been informed and are comfortable driving away in your Glasgow Campervan Hire. You’ll have a choice of two types of vehicles to hire either a VW Mini Camper (2 berth) or a VW Campervan (4 berth). We do have them available in manual or automatic. Just get in touch with us, if you need any questions answered.