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Scotland is full of undiscovered treasures and history enthusiasts should make sure that Edinburgh and Glasgow are part of their itineraries. Upmarket restaurants sell local cuisine and a Scottish speciality is haggis.

Why not hire a self contained campervan to drive through the Highlands and be amazed by the untamed mountain scenery. Birdwatchers can spot a range of local species and hiking is a popular activity. Along the way, you can see eagles and otters, while ocean trips offer the chance to spot dolphins and whales.

If you plan a self-drive tour of the country, you can include attractions such as castles and quaint country pubs which are steeped in history. Camping sites are scattered throughout the country, providing visitors with adequate facilities.

Hire a camping van and explore the Scottish Higlands

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Hi, Whilst my booking was for a client, I must share the feed back , they wanted a simple 2 berth VW campervan to tour the highlands of Scotland which you provided through Wild Horizon. They just called to say they had a fantastic time and that VW was easy to drive and maneuver which was important. I look forward to using you for future bookings. Regards, Paula Green Travel Consultant with Holidays Please.


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Falkirk and Fife:

Starting in Edinburgh, drive along the M9 and the M876, taking Junction 1. Along the way, stop at the Falkirk Wheel, which is a unique boat float that showcases energy-efficient engineering. Other attractions include the Antonine Wall, Callender House and Alloa Tower. RV parking sites are available in Linlithgow and Fife.

Aberfoyle, Killin and Crieff:

Start in Stirling, take the A84. A good attraction for children is Blair Drummond Safari Park. Stop over in Aberfoyle to explore the village and visit the Wool Centre. Park your recreational vehicle in one of the camping sites that can be found in nearby Doune and Dunblane.

Isle of Bute:

Start in Glasgow and take the M8, which passes through Greenock. Attractions include seaside towns, national parks and the Castle House Museum. Spend the night at a Greenock or Johnstone camper site.

Driving a rental RV in Scotland
Road network:

The M74 links Scotland to England and the A1 provides access to Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh. The roads are in good condition, there are no toll roads and there are ample petrol stations.

Speed limits:

Dual carriageways:112kph
Urban areas:48kph
Outside built up areas:96kph

Alcohol limits:

Drinking and driving laws are strictly enforced and the alcohol limit is 0.08 per cent.


Travel on the left-hand side of the road and drivers should give way to vehicles on their right at roundabouts. It is mandatory to wear a seatbelt and children under the age of 12 are required to wear special child restraints.

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There are motorhome pickup points throughout Scotland including at Inverness, Perth, Dundee Airport, Edinburgh and Glasgow airports. Amenities such as hot water, fridges and stereos are offered by the 2 Berth Wicked Campervan, the VW City Slicker and the Bassacarr Luxury Motorhome.

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