Water Wellness in Scotland

Experience the benefits of water wellness when exploring Scotland 

Immersing yourself in the peacefulness and relaxation that comes with being near the water is a great way to soothe one’s stressed and anxious nerves.

Whether it’s taking a stroll along a sandy beach near a glittering loch or catching sight of marine wildlife in rock pools and cliffs, there are lots of ways to escape and improve your wellness and wellbeing.

Discover these fun activities and things to see and do when on a wellness break.

A statue of Nessie, the Loch Ness monster at the side of the loch

Book a day trip or excursion

Have you ever fancied taking a stroll along the shimmering shores the of Loch Lomond or searching for Nessie the Loch Ness Monster on Loch Ness?

We have a great range of tours to book departing from Edinburgh or Glasgow, and there are even private tours for guests looking for a more tailored experience.

If you’re visiting Greenock, you will experience a shore excursion where we will guide you by boat and on the road to some of the most scenic and picturesque locations across Scotland.

Marine wildlife watching

Dolphins, white-tailed sea eagles, puffins, basking sharks, we’re not short of some amazing marine wildlife in Scotland.

When exploring Scotland’s coasts or cruising on a marine wildlife boat trip, you can see how seabirds and animals make their homes in and by the water.

Try a new activity or water sport

Are you an adventure seeker?

There are a lot of fun activities to try out when booking a Highland Adventure tour. From a fast-paced rib ride across Loch Ness or even a bungee jump over a river gorge at Killiecrankie!

For guests who haven’t done any watersports before, don’t panic – we have shared some suggestions for beginners.

There will be skilled instructors to guide you in whatever activity you choose to try and ensure you are safe when out on the water.

A seal by the waters edge

Want book your own water wellness experience?

Get in touch today and have a chat with our knowledgeable and friendly team of experts.

This blog is posted in collaboration with VisitScotland. Images ©VisitScotland

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