From to at Tomintoul, Cairngorms National Park
Climb aboard our Safari Land Rover and discover iconic wildlife, stunning landscapes and a fascinating cultural heritage, on a safari that takes you where other tours cannot reach.
Check out our interactive wildlife hotspots map in order to get the best out of your self guided wildlife holiday in the Cairngorms and on the Moray Coast.
Stay with us at our converted Mill and Steading in a remote glen on Glenlivet Estate and get the benefit of our local wildlife knowledge throughout your break in the Cairngorms.
Many of the Cairngorms' most endangered species are found on Glenlivet Crown Estate, including Golden Eagle, Mountain Hare, Wild Cat, Black Grouse, Crossbill, Dotterel, Ptarmigan, Crested Tit, Pine Marten, Red Squirrel, Water Vole and Otter.
The Cairngorms National Park is Britain's largest national park. It contains the biggest area of arctic landscape in the British Isles including four of Scotland’s five highest mountains. It is also home to 25% of the United Kingdom’s threatened bird, animal and plant species.