If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s how to appreciate taking life at a slower pace. Exploring the beauty of our everyday surroundings that we once might have ignored – or taken for granted, at least. Here at Scottish Tourer, we’re passionate about learning how to slow down and appreciate the simpler things in life, especially when it comes to motorhoming.
When we go on holiday, we often speed up more than we would when we are working the 9 to 5. Agendas, checklists, strict 12-hour itineraries – it's never ending. Instead, why not ditch the plans and try out the latest travel trend: slow travel https://www.visitscotland.com/holidays-breaks/slow-travel/.
Slow travel allows you to travel in a more meaningful way. It’s about finding a place that you love and forming connections with it that will have you coming back for years. Slow travel allows you to take the time to really savour your surroundings: allowing you to return from your trip feeling refreshed rather than more exhausted than when you first went.
Our luxury motorhomes have been our family’s business and passion for over 30 years. We believe the beauty of motorhoming is the freedom to move about whenever your heart desires. So, invest your energy where it feels best placed. Here are our top three tips on how to slow travel in Scotland.
Life is a journey, not a race, and the same goes for motorhoming. The beauty of being entirely in charge of your own schedule means getting from A to B is not a chore: it’s a chance for you to take in the incredible landscapes Scotland has to offer while also having the opportunity to stop off if you spot somewhere you want to get a closer look at.
We can guarantee that a week in one of our luxury motorhomes certainly won’t be long enough. A jam-packed week will leave you yearning for more. Get your money's worth and stretch your trip if your budget allows – you won’t regret it. Take a look at our rates and see for yourself https://www.scottishtourer.co.uk/rates.
It’s amazing what you can discover when you throw the itinerary out of the window (not literally!) and take the time to go with the flow. By doing so, you never know what you might stumble upon. You might find yourself participating in watersports you would never have tried before or trying new flavours with local produce.
Written by Kirsty Anderson @ Visit Scotland - thank you Kirsty.
In Scotland we are lucky to have such an abundance of outdoor pursuits on our door step, set amongst some of the most beautiful landscape and all within easy driving reach when combined with a motorhome you can enjoy a holiday while experience some adrenaline based activities.