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Beautiful Perthshire

Perthshire is right in the centre of Scotland and easily reached from Scotland’s cities. It is on the border of the Highlands and fertile Lowlands and so contains the wildlife found in both these areas, ensuring there is lots to see! Also known as Big Tree Country, there is a huge range of beautiful woodlands to visit. On a day out you could visit Europe’s oldest tree, see beautiful waterfalls, lochs, wildflower meadows and woodlands. We can help you find grouse, deer, ospreys, leaping salmon and beavers!

Perthshire caters well for the electric vehicle driver with chargers in most towns including Kinross, Perth, Dunkeld, Pitlochry, Aberfeldy, Blairgowrie and Alyth (there are more but these are the ones we use most frequently).

We are on the way between Edinburgh and the very popular North Coast 500 route, so in a perfect place for you to stop off to kick-start your wildlife watching experiences. We also have the new Heart 200 route, the Snow Roads, the Cateran Trail & the Cairngorms National Park, all of which are in beautiful Perthshire countryside.

Our Tours, Walks & More

Beaver Tours

Tours around Perthshire

Celtica Wildflowers



About Perthshire

Where to Stay

We have teamed up with some lovely accommodation providers who are either very green or can give you good advice about where to go to find the most enjoyable walks and the best wildlife.

Map of where to stay in Perthshire
Ecocamp Glenshee
Bamff Ecotourism
Kirklandbank Farm
Vanora’s Cottages
River Edge Lodges

1. Fancy going on a llama trek or watching red squirrels from your eco-pod? Try Ecocamp Glenshee!

2. With a whole host of wildlife on their doorstep and the Cateran Trail running through the centre of the estate is Bamff Ecotourism! Let us know if you’d like a guide for the day on the trail, or to help you learn more about the local wildlife including the beavers and wild boar.

3. Just outside Alyth and very close to the Cateran Trail, is Kirlandbank Farm where you can help collect eggs and herd the Hebridean sheep! We can organise a guided walk for you along the Cateran Trail.

4. In a very relaxing spot in the village of Alyth is Vanora’s Cottages.

5. Right next to the River Earn (where beavers can be found) are River Edge Lodges.