Scotland is home to some truly magical scenery, from the mystical sweeping landscape of the highlands to the vibrant natural beauty of the borders.  However it also has a more exotic side. Scotland has plenty of sight to offer. The only way to make adventure activities even more memorable is to experience them in one of the most breath-taking places in the world. If you are looking for outdoor activities and extreme sports, Scotland is the place to find them.

Adventures games such as Bungee jumping, paragliding, motor racing, mountain biking, land yachting, snowboarding, water rafting, kite surfing, canoeing and scuba diving are practised here.

The fairy pools (Isles of Skye): the most surprising fact to learn about the fairy pools is that they are a completely natural phenomenon. The cascading waterfalls which filter through naturally carved rocks have done so for thousands of years though the vivid blues and greens of the pools below remain shrouded in mystery. The pools have become a hugely popular destination with wild swimmers although wetsuits are advised, The turquoise water may look Caribbean, but it’s distinctly Scottish rarely rising above seven or eight degrees even in the summer.

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The Caribbean or Outer Hebrids: Turquoise water, white powdery sand, those paradise looking beaches are not in the Caribbean islands, but can be found in the west and north of Scotland. Some of the best ones are located in the outer Hebrids. Those are the isles of Lewis and Harris. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, explore the ever changing landscape on foot or by bike, or take to the water for excellent surfing and kayaking.

Northern lights viewing are mostly associated with places like Iceland, Norway, Sweden or Finland. Now many people know that you can also see them very often from Scotland. With many ways that help you to increase your chances of seeing Aurora, the sightseeing is more frequent. Autumn and winter seasons have long periods of darkness and the nights are clear, this is the best time of the year to experience the aurora displays. Nights need to be cold and the sky clear of clouds with limited light pollution and increase solar activity, staying up until the wee hours of the morning may also help.

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Scotland is known for its many things and its nightlife especially in the cities. Ample clubs, casinos and plenty of visitors looking for a great time provides the perfect recipe for a great night out on the town. The range and variety of our events such as our annual music festivals and the Edinburg festival provide their own unique twist on Scottish nightlife throughout the year drawing big crowds and offering there chance to party long into the night.

Blair Drummond safari park: this park makes up the whole adventure. Children won’t get bored that’s for sure when you consider the number of attractions. It is a fabulous day out for all the family, young and old alike.

The Helix: Another attraction in the Falkirk area is the Helix where you can get up close and personal with the Kelpies as seen here. These are thought to be the largest equine sculpture in the world. There’s also the visitors centre, kids adventure zone great walking and cycling facilities and much more.

Fingal’s Cave (Isle of Staffa): Fingal’s Cave on the Isle of Staffa is worth seeing. It’s not the easiest of places to get to, but Staffa tours operate daily from a few departure points to get you to the island.

Do visit this exotic place Scotland.