With about 800 islands, not to mention the mainland, Scotland is a beautiful country with a rich history. For casino players, they will be pleased to know that the country is home to some of the world’s most famous brick-and-mortar establishments, including Rainbow Casino Aberdeen, Soul Casino, Glasgow City Merchant Casino, The Corinthian Club Casino, and Genting Casino Leith.
Other than casino gambling, there are many other things to do around the country, which is our main focus in this article. People come from far and near to experience the county’s rich culture. From art and literature, to foods and drinks, Scotland has something for everyone.
Get on Two Wheels
With lots of downhill sites spread throughout the country, Scotland deserves its reputation as one of the best mountain biking destinations. Laggan Wolftrax is one of the dedicated sites for mountain biking in the country. You don’t have to be a teenager to experience the thrill of biking in this place, even though black runs are also available. If a nice pootle in the woods is your thing, you can leverage the blue runs. And of course, there is the Western Isles, where you will cycle along traffic-free roads, while catching glimpses of breath-taking mountains, dunes, corncrakes, and Callanish standing tones.
Take a Walk Along the Rob Roy Way
The Rob Roy Way is a 79-mile trail running from Drymen to Pitlochry and passing though Stirlingshire. On this trail, you will see places, where the Scottish outlaw turned hero, Roy Rob MacGregor, lived and was laid to rest, as well as some of the Scottish finest scenery, including lochs, glens, and forests. You can stop at Dochart to enjoy a salmon fishing spot, and the locals here are more than willing to give you a thrilling narration of the route’s namesake, including his gallant deeds in the area.
Bird-watching is one of the best ways you can immerse yourself in some of the Scotland’s spectacular scenery. Sandwiched between Monadhliath and Cairngorm ranges is Speyside, an area full of fascinating moors, valleys, and mountains. In this part of the country, you will see dozens of endangered and endemic species, like finches and golden eagles. If you want to spot the world’s fourth largest eagle, with wings spanning 2.5 metres, you can visit Loch Frisa.
Head to Handa Island to see puffins. The place is home to countless seabirds during summer. You will be thrilled to see puffins nesting in cliff burrows. If you think these creatures will run away on seeing you, then you’re in for a rude shock. Amazingly, they have the ability to tolerate human onlookers.
For many people, landing on an uninhabited island is a hard-to-realise dream. This is not the case at Outer Hebrides, Scotland. You will find about 200 deserted islands here, where sea kayaking is the order of the day. Do you need any experience to take to the water? No. There are lots of people here, who have mastered the art of boat-riding, and they will be ready to take you on a tour.