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I have been providing unique, personalised tours of Scotland and its islands for the past twelve years. Tours of Scotland can last anywhere between two days touring two of the major cities of Scotland's central belt, to one, two or even three week tours of various parts of Scotland, including the Scottish Highlands, Hebridean Archipelago, Orkney Isles, and the further beauty of rural Scotland.

I was born and bred in Scotland and my passion as your guide and driver is to construct a personalised experience for everyone, and in its delivery, I enjoy sharing Scotland and its heritage with you.

My principal vehicle is a spacious and luxuriously equipped Land Rover Discovery which offers comfortable, air conditioned surroundings, and an elevated seating position, ideal for sightseeing tours.

Free mobile internet access is available at any time during a tour. I also provide a cell phone for your friends and family to contact you whilst you're on tour.

Keith is the eldest of Bruce's two children. Born and raised in Glasgow, Keith studied at Glasgow University and graduated with an Honours Degree in Geography. This helped to develop his interest in the beautiful natural and man-made landscape of Scotland. Latterly he studied a postgraduate in Primary Education at the University of Strathclyde. Recently married, Keith currently lives with his wife in Renfrew, a small town near Glasgow Airport. He teaches children with additional support needs in the city of Glasgow and enjoys travelling both at home and abroad. Keith supports the company throughout the year through web based activity and conducts tours alongide his father and independently during the schools' summer break.

"Dear Bruce, Thank you for a wonderful adventure in the Scottish Highlands and Skye. We appreciated exploring our MacLeod roots and visiting The Skye Museum. We loved all the remote one track views and the magical Scottish light."
Mace and Jan Hunter, August 2010. Lakeland, Florida, U.S.A.