Scheduled 2024 & 2025 Scotland Tours

Tour Name Luxury Length Info
Christian Heritage England & Scotland 4 star 10 Days View Tour

Group Options

Tour Name Luxury Length Info
Unforgettable Scotland Tour 3 - 4 star 10 Days View Tour
England & Scotland Tour 4 star 12 Days View Tour
Best Of Scotland Tour 4 star 7 Days View Tour
Spectacular Scotland Tour 4 star 8 Days View Tour
Britain Presbyterian History 4 star 12 Days View Tour
Highland & Islands Tour 4 star 14 Days View Tour
British Isles - Grand Tour 4 star 21 Days View Tour

Christian Heritage Tours

Tour Name Luxury Length Info
Scotland - Knox Tour 4 star 9 Days View Tour
Wesley/Knox - England/Scotland 4 star 14 Days View Tour
Ireland/Scotland 4 star 12 Days View Tour
Britain Presbyterian History 4 star 12 Days View Tour

Scotland Tours: Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best month for a Scotland tour?

You can have a great time visiting Scotland during any time of the year, but there are some key factors to consider. The weather changes quite a bit throughout the year, which also means certain seasons are busier in terms of tourism. We offer Scotland tours throughout the year, so you can find a date that works with your schedule and preferences. If you like cold and rainy weather, visiting during the fall or winter is great. If you prefer sunshine and mild weather, consider our spring or summer Scotland travel packages. There’s no best month to visit — it’s all about what you want out of your trip.

How many days do you need for a Scotland tour?

From Scotland to Britain tours, we offer various options in terms of tour length. Our shortest Scotland tour — the Best of Scotland tour — takes you on a 7-day trip to some of the most important destinations in Scotland. Our Spectacular Scotland tour gives you an extra day in the country, allowing you to see and experience a little more. We also offer several longer Christian Heritage trips to Scotland, including tours that last as long as 14 days. If you want to learn more about a tour, you can check out the itinerary on our website.

What is the dress code in Scotland?

Scotland isn’t an especially strict culture in terms of dress code, so you can wear what you want without worrying about offending anyone or breaking any cultural rules. Most people in Scotland dress casually, and they’ll have no problem with you wearing your casual vacation outfits during your trip. If you decide to visit a fine dining establishment, you may need to dress up to meet the restaurant’s dress code. Certain religious sites may also have dress codes.

Is there a lot of walking involved on a Britain Tour?

The amount of walking involved depends on the Great Britain travel packages you choose. Some of our tours involve a lot of time on your feet while others are a little more relaxed. You can contact us to learn more about our Britain and Germany tours before booking your trip. Regardless of which one of our Britain tour packages you choose, you’ll want to pack a comfortable pair of shoes to help prevent foot pain and fatigue.

Is there a lot of walking involved on a Scotland Tour?

If you’re booking one of our Scotland or Egypt tours, walking can be a big concern. We can’t provide an exact answer to this question because the amount of walking involved varies from tour to tour. However, we do recommend packing a comfortable pair of shoes that can protect and support your feet throughout your tour. All of our tours have some walking involved, so dress for the occasion.

What passport & visa information do I need for your Scotland tours?

Like our Germany tours and other tours to Europe, you’ll need a passport before booking one of our tours of Scotland. It takes a few months to process your passport application even with expedited processing, so make sure you submit your application well in advance of your trip. You typically don’t need a visa for shorter vacations in Scotland, but you can learn more about visa requirements for various countries online.

What common languages will be spoken during the Scotland tours?

While there are unique accents and dialects throughout the country, most of Scotland speaks English and has for hundreds of years. Whether you’re chatting with locals or ordering food from a local pub or restaurant, you don’t have to worry about translating anything. Keep in mind that some accents and dialects can be challenging to understand, as is the case with our Iceland tours.

What currency can I use on a Scotland tour?

The shops and restaurants in Scotland accept GBP, so you need to convert your USD to GBP for your trip. You can either convert your money at a local bank or wait until you arrive in Scotland to visit a currency exchange location.

Do I need to bring a converter for the Scotland tour?

When you book one of our trips to Scotland packages, make sure you bring a type G outlet converter with you. Having the right adapter allows you to connect your phone charger and other devices while you’re at your hotel room. You can also find universal adapters that work for Greece tours, trips to Asia and more.

What is the time zone for your Scotland tours?

Scotland uses Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), which is 8 hours ahead of the US Pacific Time Zone and 5 hours ahead of the US Eastern Time Zone. You can expect to experience some jet lag when traveling from the US to Scotland for a visit.

What climate should I expect during my Scotland tour?

The climate in Scotland is very different from our Costa Rica tours and other warm destinations. Scotland is known for mild coastal weather just like England and Ireland, so it’s not uncommon to see clouds and rain outside of the summer months. During the summer, Scotland is sunny but not too warm.