At Discover the World we are always looking to innovate and enhance our travel portfolio, to develop new products that offer fresh experiences for our clients especially as tastes and expectations change. 2020 has certainly been a year of unprecedented change, but it has also given us a chance to focus on the wonder of our home shores. As such we are delighted to be partnering with award-winning specialists, Wilderness Scotland to bring you a collection of specially curated UK holidays.
Showcasing the wild beauty of Scotland and northern England, their trips include self-drive journeys, small group walking and wildlife adventures as well as cycling, kayaking and photography experiences in the most remote and beautiful regions of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Picture yourself hiking through prehistoric sites, kayaking through sheltered lochs, driving the North Coast 500 – Scotland’s answer to Route 66 or photographing the epic landscapes of the Cairngorms.
Rugged beauty and off-the-beaten-track adventures have been at the heart of our holidays for nearly four decades across Iceland, Scandinavia, Canada and beyond, so there is a close synergy in working with Wilderness Scotland. Just like us, they provide unbiased and in-depth advice, based on years of first-hand experience and can tailor make itineraries to your individual requirements. Like Discover the World, they pride themselves in exceptional customer service and are fully bonded by ABTA and are a member of AITO – ensuring complete peace of mind for your holiday.
See a selection of some of the most popular and well-established holidays or contact us for more information and to start planning your UK adventure.
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*** Exclusive Offer ***
All Discover the World clients booking a holiday with Wilderness Scotland will be given an exclusive 10% discount code to spend on Haglof’s high quality outdoor gear and clothing. Please mention this to Wilderness Scotland at the time of booking.
Difficulty grading explained
- Trips are given an overall grade of Green, Blue or Red. Green trips are easiest and Red trips are the most challenging.
- A nine-point scale helps to distinguish which trips in the overall grade are harder than others. E.g Blue 6 is harder than Blue 5.
- The grade is based on a number of factors but the most important is the degree of physical challenge and the technical skill or previous experience required.